Acoustic Pianos are made in the traditional style. They do not require electricity to play. They are made mostly of wood, wool, felt, metal, and other natural materials. The more advanced acoustic pianos also use composite materials, such as carbon fiber.
Hybrid pianos combine Acoustic styling with modern digital technology in order to offer the performer the option of playing silently or audibly. This is a huge trend in piano technology, becoming more popular every day.
Digital pianos have developed from the original acoustic-type pianos. They most often offer the player a selection of instrumental and orchestral sounds, beyond that of an acoustic piano. A core benefit is the optional use of headphones for practicing in silence.
Player pianos have evolved from those found in old Westerns, to those that you can control at home from your own smartphone or tablet. The convenience offers traditional piano sound along with all sorts of digital enhancements.
A grand piano has strings running horizontally, and face no restriction in height and can produce a much longer string length.
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