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Kawai Upright Piano, Upright Piano Information

Is the Kawai upright piano right for you?
Compare different types of pianos, from Wurltizter to Kawai and even antique upright pianos.

Kawai has long been a favourite with piano teachers and schools, and is equally suited for the home.

Kawai have been making acoustic (both upright and grand) pianos for many years and have a very good reputation.

If you're interested in buying a Kawai yourself, take a look at the "K" professional series, that start at around $4,000USD.

The K15-E is one of the best entry level pianos from Kawai, and is an excellent choice for the beginning pianist.


Kawai K15E

There are lots of different models at different prices - so shop around, and try and play a Kawai if you can. It's very much down to personal preference - whether you like the sound of a Kawai (over a Roland or Yamaha, for example), is a completely individual choice.

Also, keep in mind you might be able to find a used upright piano or other old upright pianos (eg discontinued models) from Kawai that are discounted or on sale - your local piano retailer might have some in stock or can point you in the right direction as to where to look.

(Don't forget too, if an acoustic upright is a little too pricey for your situation, or you don't have the room, you might want to take a look at the Kawai digital piano, as an alternative. They can be significantly cheaper, and take up less space).

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