Range of grand pianos

The grand piano impresses as an aristocratic instrument by its appearance alone. This certainly applies to the concert grand pianos, which can be more than 3 meters long. But the smaller baby grand piano is also a real eye-catcher. Famous grand piano brands are of course Steinway and Bösendorfer, but the Yamaha grand piano is now also very popular.

PianoMetropool supplies all top models grand pianos. Both new and in new and used condition.

Largest selection of grand pianos

The main difference between a grand piano and a piano is the position of the strings. In the piano they are upright, in a grand piano they are placed horizontally. This means that longer, thinner strings can be used, which give a warmer timbre, especially in the bass.

Pianometropool BV has been your supplier of the best piano brands for many years, including Steinway & Sons, Blüthner, Bösendorfer, Yamaha and many more. We have a large showroom where you can view and try out a wide range of used and new grand pianos. We supply acoustic and digital grand pianos. But also silent and self-playing grand pianos.

On our website you will find the current range of used and new grand pianos, which are ready to play in our showroom in Rijswijk.

Digital grand

View our range of digital grand pianos from all top brands such as Roland, Yamaha, Blüthner, Orla and Physis.

Acoustic grand

View our range of acoustic grand pianos from all top brands such as Yamaha, Steinway & Sons and Blüthner.

Used grand pianos

View our range of used grand pianos from all top brands such as Yamaha Steinway & Sons Bösendorfer, Schimmel, and many others

Zelfspelende vleugels

View our range of self-playing grand pianos with systems from all top brands such as QRS, Pianodisc and Yamaha Disklavier.

Silent grand pianos

View our range of silent grand pinaos from all top brands such as Yamaha and Bluthner.

Exclusive grand

View our range of exclusive grand pianos from all top brands.

Grand pianos with best price guarantee

Free delivery for digital grand pianos

Your grand piano will be delivered by our own delivery service.

Grand pianos with best price guarantee

Grand pianos with the best price guarantee. Always expert advice when purchasing a grand piano.

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Tips for purchasing a grand piano

1: Decide where to place your grand piano

How big is the space? Which type of floor do you have? What materials are used in the space, are there many glass areas?

Each grand piano has its own sound character which comes into its own in the right environment. A very clear / sharp tone can quickly become too bright in an empty room with a lot of glass and a hard floor, for example…

2: Choose the grand piano length

An ‘open door’ but still important: The longer the grand piano, the fuller the tone and the louder the volume. The length depends on your taste and the available space.

3: Determine your price range

Do you immediately opt for a top brand grand piano to play on for the rest of your life or do you choose a middle or entry-level class which you can later exchange for a better one?

As a benchmark: A new (baby) grand piano starts at about 9000 euros. A good used grand piano starts at about 7000 euros. Top brands including Blüthner and Steinway can amount to more than 100,000 euros.

4: The most famous brands

Steinway & Sons (New York and Hamburg) – Blüthner (Leipzig) – Bösendorfer (Austria) – Fazioli (Italy) – Yamaha (Japan) – Kawai (Japan) – C.Bechstein (Germany)

5: Visit our showroom 

This is the most important tip. Every grand piano plays and sounds different. In our showroom you can easily compare all brands and come to the right decision.

Piano or Grand  piano?

The grand piano impresses as an aristocratic instrument by its appearance alone. This certainly applies to concert grand pianos, which can be more than 3 meters long. But the smaller baby grand piano is also a real eye-catcher. Famous grand piano brands are of course Steinway and Bösendorfer, but the Yamaha grand piano is now also very popular.

Grand piano vs piano

The main difference between a grand piano and a piano is the position of the strings. In the piano they are upright, in a grand piano they are placed horizontally. This means that longer, thinner strings can be used, which give a warmer timbre, especially in the bass.

Steinway grand piano vs Yamaha grand piano

The American grand piano builder Steinway & Sons introduced a grand piano with a cast iron frame and crosswise strings at a Paris fair in 1867. This specific arrangement of the strings further increased the dynamic range of the instrument. Steinway’s grand piano won a prize and the technique immediately gained a lot of imitation. The design is now applied in almost all wings.

Yamaha grand piano

Yamaha is a relative newcomer to the grand piano market, but has quickly established a significant foothold there. The instruments are characterized by a beautiful sound, a lot of sustain and a high quality. Because of this excellent price-quality ratio, many professionals prefer a Yamaha grand piano over a Steinway.

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