Types of Pianos
UPRIGHT / VERTICAL PIANO
GRAND PIANO
SQUARE GRAND / SQUARE PIANO
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Spinet:
35" - 37" (
height )

Consolette:
38" - 39"

Console:
40" - 43"

Studio:
44" - 47"

Full Size / Professional:
48" - 60"
Petite Grand:
4' 5" - 4' 11" (
length )

Baby Grand:
5' 0  - 5' 6"

Living Room / Classic / Parlor / Medium Grand:
5' 7" - 6' 4"

Professional / Semi-Concert Grand:
6' 5" - 7' 5"

Concert Grand:
7' 6" - 9' +
"Upright Grand" and "Cabinet Grand"
were terms used referring to very tall upright pianos, usually 52" or more in height.
These pianos often had string lengths, tone and technical capabilities equal to,
and indeed sometimes better than, petite baby grands
- and were named as such by manufacturers for marketing purposes.
But keep in mind: they technically are not
grand pianos in any way.
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Piano Cabinet Styles
Below are some of the more popular styles of piano cabinets. Although they vary among manufacturers,
these images will at least give you the basic idea.

It is important to note that the musical capablities of the instruments themselves - like mechanical and tonal
properties - are not affected by higher priced, fancier cabinets.
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