U-Series Vertical Pianos
Whether it's the warhorse U1, or the imposing U3, the U series is the standard bearer for YAMAHA upright pianos. The first piano built by Torakusu Yamaha in the year 1900 was an upright piano. Now, over 100 years later, the U series is a viable alternative to many grand pianos in terms of sound, touch, expressiveness and cost. The choice for many discerning pianists, there is no better example of the reliability and quality of YAMAHA pianos.
B-Series Vertical Pianos
The most reasonable of YAMAHA's upright pianos, these sturdy instruments are every bit a YAMAHA. Made with the beginning student in mind, these instruments are intended to enable anyone to have the feel and sound of an acoustic instrument at an affordable price.
P-Series Vertical Pianos
P stands for Professional. The mid-range P22 is the choice of many schools, due to its tone and reliability, but is also a beautiful instrument for the home. A step up, this can also be the piano for a lifetime. Check out the variety of finishes and find one to suit your home decor.
For your Information
The width of an upright piano is about 60" and the depth is between 24" and 28". The floor space allowed should be about 5' wide by 5' deep to include room for the bench and the player. How tall a piano is has a definite impact on the sound. There are four terms used to describe the general height of an upright piano: Spinet (36"-39"), Console (40"-44"), Studio (45"-49"), and Full Upright (50" and above). There is a wide variety within these categories, and today they are less often used, rather, the actual height of the piano will be used to define the instrument.