At Bass and Treble, we're proud to offer some of the finest acoustic pianos on the market today. No matter what kind of music you enjoy, there’s a piano that will perfectly match your style. Our Yamaha piano collection offers a wide variety of grand and upright acoustic pianos, from entry-level to top-of-the-line models.
Yamaha acoustic pianos are known for their excellent sound quality and are especially popular among professionals, teachers, and musicians. They are built to last, sound great, and have great value for money, making them a great choice for beginners.
This acoustic piano is easy to tune and delivers a rich, authentic sound. With their ultra-lightweight keys, you can easily play for hours. It also has a durable hardwood case to protect it from scratches and dings.
If you have any queries feel free to call us at +977-1-4525929 or visit our store at Naxal, Kathmandu (Opposite of Police headquarters' main gate). We will help you make the right choice.
How much is an acoustic piano?
If you stroll into the Bass and Treble store to buy an acoustic piano, the price range starts from Rs 6,00,000.
What are the types of acoustic pianos?
There are several types of acoustic pianos, including:
Upright pianos: The pianos are vertically oriented, with the strings running from the pedals at the bottom to the keys at the top. They are small in size and popular with musicians because of their compact size and affordability. Pianos for upright use come in a variety of sizes, from small spinet pianos to larger consoles and studio pianos. While spinet pianos have shorter keyboards and a shorter height, consoles and studio pianos have taller keyboards with full-size keys. It is common to find upright pianos in homes, schools, and small performance venues because of their rich, full sound.
Grand pianos: These pianos come with grand pedals that run strings from the pedals at the back of the piano to the keys at the front, making them horizontally oriented acoustic pianos. They come in three sizes: grand concert, baby grand, and parlor grand. It is common to see grand pianos in concert halls as well as other large performance venues due to their rich, full sound.
Baby Grand pianos: In comparison with a full-size grand piano, a baby grand piano is smaller and shorter. In comparison to concert grand pianos, which can be up to 9 feet long, they are typically smaller and more compact (5-7 feet). Due to their rich, full sound and compact size, baby grand pianos are ideal for smaller homes or rooms. Additionally, they're a good choice for musicians who need a professional high-quality instrument for a confined performance space or recording studio.
Does the acoustic piano need electricity?
When something is so aesthetic, it has some serious advantages to life. An acoustic piano wouldn't require electricity as the hammer hits the strings.
How long do acoustic pianos last?
If you take good care of your piano, it can easily last 30-40 years with minimum maintenance. At Bass and Treble, we also offer after-sales care, so if you face any issues, you can contact us or visit our store.
Which piano is better: digital or acoustic?
What piano is suitable for beginners?
Look for acoustic pianos if you are beginning to play a beautiful instrument. It would teach you the essential and long-lasting piano-playing experience. Also, the acoustic pianos have a more original sound, making them unique.
For the right choice, however, visit Bass and Treble, where you can find the list of best acoustic pianos for the long run.