Vintage Upright Piano
Vintage Upright Piano Pianos For sale
Upright pianos are known in the piano world to be smaller and more compact then other types of pianos. This is due to them having vertical strings in place of horizontal strings. This is why it can also be named as the ‘vertical piano’.
In the 1860s, a type of upright piano was invented that first started to show signs of being able to squeeze in and compact strings vertically. This is where upright pianos began to develop and eventually by the end of the 19th century, upright pianos were starting to spout.
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