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One of the oldest and most respected traditions in the world of music, acoustic piano is a gold standard of instruments. Full, rich, and organic, the unmistakable tone of a Steinway or Baldwin is met in equal measure by their unmissable presence. From babies to grands to a portable acoustic piano, find the best acoustic pianos right here.

What is an acoustic piano?

An acoustic piano is what you think of when you imagine a traditional piano. It has no digital parts or pieces. Rather, it’s essentially a large wooden box with strings tuned to specific notes inside of it. You play an acoustic piano by pressing down keys, which cause a hammer inside the piano to hit the strings, causing them to vibrate to their designated frequencies.

How much does an acoustic piano cost?

An acoustic piano price will vary by type, brand, age, condition, and more. However, acoustic pianos typically range in price from a few thousand dollars for a starter upright piano to over $200,000 for an Ant. Petrof concert grand piano. You can also sometimes find a piano for as little as a dollar on Reverb!

Sometimes, people who have an acoustic piano that’s older, usually out-of-tune and in dubious working condition that they just want to get rid of. So, if you’re looking for a fixer-upper, that might be an option for you. These are almost always local pickup, so you’ll want to keep that in mind.

Are there different types of acoustic pianos?

Technically, there are two types of acoustic pianos: grand and upright or vertical. However, both have variations. For example, a concert grand piano is larger than a baby grand piano.

What are the advantages of an acoustic piano over an electronic piano?

When it comes to a digital piano vs. acoustic piano, even a small acoustic piano presents advantages over electronic pianos. Acoustic pianos don’t need an external speaker (most are loud enough to compete with amplified instruments in small clubs, even) and are still playable when there’s no power source.

Additionally, many singers prefer to have an acoustic piano accompanying them for vocal performances. The science is out on why this is, but the feeling of physical sound vibrations coming from an acoustic piano might make it easier for singers to find their pitch.

Can you add a silent system to an acoustic piano?

Yes, you can retrofit most acoustic pianos with a silent system. These silent systems aren’t completely silent (you can still hear the action of the piano and a few thuds when playing), but it does allow for a relatively silent practice that likely won’t wake up the entire house when the spirit moves you to practice in the middle of the night.

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