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SPINET PIANO 35" TO 40" tall, spinets are the shortest style of piano made today. To achieve the low height, compromises in design are necessary which impair their tone and touch. For these reasons, spinets have mostly fallen out of favor with the public, however they are still being made by a few manufacturers. Spinets feature the "drop action", not a favorite among technicians.
CONSOLE PIANO Consoles are usually 40" to 43" tall, and generally the choice for home use. Varied cabinet styles and finishes allow the buyer leeway in matching the room decor.
STUDIO PIANO Being 43" to 47" high, the studio benefits from a larger soundboard and longer strings, which usually result in a better tone. Cabinet styles have simpler lines, in keeping with school, church or institution traditions. These usually cost more than a console or spinet, but are often well worth the difference.
UPRIGHT PIANO Uprights are 48" to 60" tall, and passed their heyday around 1925. They have always been popular because of their depth and richness of tone. They are still made today, and while somewhat expensive, most are excellent instruments.
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Dentro de los pianos verticales nos encontramos con muebles de distintos tamaños. De aquí que pueda hablarsede distintos modelos genéricos de Pianos verticales.
Estos se pueden resumir en los siguientes cuatro grupos:
Vertical grande o antiguo (mal llamado "de concierto"), de más de 140 cm de altura.
Vertical de estudio. De 110 a 139 cm de altura.
Vertical Consola. De 98 a 109 cm de altura.
Vertical Espineta. Menores de 98 cm de altura.