Verticals are pianos that can be place back up against a wall, with the strings and soundboard running vertically. Originally designed to save space, today verticals can range from the smallest of pianos to elaborate instruments with more power and playability than some smaller grands.
The smallest of all vertical Pianos. These Pianos have a height of 40 inches of less. The top of the cabinet typically sits only a few inches above the keys
One step bigger and better than spinets, these pianos have better actions, longer strings and range from 40 to 44 inches tall.
Studio Pianos Measure 44 to 48 inches tall. Modern studio pianos feature full size actions, longer strings and heavier plates to hold the increased tension.
Upright Pianos are the biggest (and the heaviest) of the verticals. Measuring 48 inches and taller, these pianos sometimes have bass strings longer than baby grands, full length keysticks, full sized actions and often require extra manpower to move.
Grand Piano moves require the right equipment and experience to make sure neither the piano or the locations receive any damage. Our dedicated team of movers has over 40 years of combined experience handling fine instruments in all types of situations.
4 and a half to 5 and a half feet in length
5 and a half to 5 feet 10 inches in length
5 feet 11 inches to 6 feet 3 inches in length
6 and a half to 7 feet in length
8 and a half to 10 feet in length. Usually around 9 feet
Keyboards, Electronic Organs and PA Equipment
Digital Pianos are keyboards built into their stands with factory matched amplifiers and speaker systems built in.
Vintage Hammond B3 or C3s. Wurlizter Organs.