When buying a piano there are many careful considerations you need to make before your purchase, you need to have a good understanding of the type, style and sound of the ideal piano you are looking for. Choosing a piano is a lot like choosing a new car or home, you have to make sure you have the connection to the piano you are looking to spend a big percentage of your wages on.
Here are some quick fundamentals to understand and consider when you are looking for that perfect piano:
You need to first of all make considerations about the amount of room you have available, for example if you only live in a small home, there is no point looking at grand pianos as you are going to struggle to fit it in. If you are looking at getting a concert piano.
An upright pianos sound comes from the back of the instrument, so that is quite important if you are considering getting an upright piano, you also want the ambiance as perfect as possible.
You can choose a piano in a variety of shapes, colours and finishes considering what might be best to suit your decor.
The acoustic resonance in the location you place the piano is extremely important, the angle of the lid does play a large role in creating this but it is worth thinking of the surrounding air space so that the pianos sound comes out as full as it can do.
There is such a diverse range of pianos available can be hard work but ultimately finding an instrument you are comfortable playing for years to come is worth the extra effort before the purchase.