What are the dimensions of an upright piano?

Answer Upright pianos typically stand approximately between 36 inches---for the smallest pianos (consols)---and 50 inches for the tallest. The depth is between 2 to 2 1/2 feet depending on the height of t... Read More »

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How big is an upright piano?

Upright pianos can vary in size. The smaller versions are referred to as spinets or consoles and are usually 36 to 43 inches tall. Studio pianos are usually 44 to 50 inches tall. Regardless of the ... Read More »

What is an upright piano?

An upright piano is a piano in which the strings are vertical (running perpendicular to the keyboard). Because of their construction, upright pianos are typically smaller and take up less space tha... Read More »

How wide is an upright piano?

The width of upright pianos is typically about 5 feet. To accommodate an upright piano in a room, you'll need approximately a 5-foot by 5-foot space in order for there to be room for both the piano... Read More »

How much does a used upright piano cost?

Prices for a used upright piano can vary by tens of thousands of dollars. For example, in November 2009, the least expensive used upright piano on Ebay was $50 and the most expensive one was $31,45... Read More »