Upright Pianos Offer a Rich Sound at an Affordable Price
Since the turn of the 20th century, upright pianos have been a familiar fixture of the family home. Originally designed to meet the needs of middle-class families, the upright model is still often used at home and in schools.
Sometimes also called vertical pianos because their soundboards and strings are aligned vertically, these instruments are usually less expensive than grand pianos, while providing the player with responsive touch and rich sound. Upright pianos are available as acoustic models, with digital technology, or in hybrid options that offer the best of both an acoustic and digital experience.