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Which piano brand should you choose? 

The sound of an upright piano is produced through the combination of many parts of the instrument. First, the key raises the wippen, which forces the jack against the hammer butt. Then lifts the lever carrying the hammer. The key also raises the damper; and immediately after the hammer head strikes the wire it falls back, allowing the wire to resonate. When the key is released the damper falls back onto the strings, stopping the wire from vibrating. The vibrating piano strings themselves are not very loud, but their vibrations are transmitted to a large soundboard that moves air and thus converts the energy to sound. Pianos of any brands function in the same mechanism.

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Some traditional brand names can be named such as Yamaha, Kawai, Toyo, Atlas, Taisei, Higashinihon, Flora, Tokai, Schwester, Tonika, Lester, Fukuyama…, some are still being operated until today, some are not, some are opening their factories in China or Indonesia and manufacture and supply for the segmented market of the developing Asia to enhance competitiveness.

The piano manufacture process of those Japanese brands usually follow the common standards and the similar materials so there are not many differences in the sound.

Factually, many users have been using a bad piano and even broken pianos through the difficult time in the country’s history but they still succeeded in becoming artists, instructors… Therefore, any pianos, of course not incorect refurbished ones, can be too good and more than enough for us to use in many ways, both for fun and for professional purposes.

If your goal is a stable piano for long-term training and playing (including professional purpose), take one of any Japanese brands (as long as it's in good condition) with price about 1.500usd (2010). If your budget is better, you should spend more. The more you spend money, your piano will be more new, luxury and brand value.  

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