Bench. Saturday , February 03rd , 2018 - 08:48:13 AM
Leg Style. I can tell right away when the bench is a replacement bench and not the bench that originally came with the piano by the fact that most people have a bench that does not have legs to match the leg style of the piano. I may be a little bit of a stickler about this but you should be able to find a bench to match and you should make the effort to find one since it will be a part of your home for decades. Most benches are available with classic straight legs, spade legs, and sometimes antique types of legs such as Louis XIV are available.
The traditional duet piano bench is a long time staple, having a roomy bench top surface it is comfortable for pianists of all sizes with a hinged top and storage compartment beneath. Available in a wide range of colors and leg styles, it can be ordered with either a plain wood bench top or fully padded. The duet piano bench serves as a standard replacement model for many pianos and is a favorite bench for many schools, churches and institutions due to its rugged construction.
There are three distinct styles of piano benches that are currently sold today and used by the majority of pianists as well as other musicians including harpists, guitarists and percussionists. They include the traditional style duet bench, the adjustable bench and the double bench. Choosing the model of piano bench that is best for your needs is based on several parameters including how the bench will be used and where it will be located.
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