What does a spinet piano look like?

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A spinet piano is the smallest of all pianos. It is upright, and has the full 88 keys, but is only 35-39 inches tall. This piano is great for small rooms, but does not have as good a tone as larger pianos. You can find more information here: www.moventune.com
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The spinet piano sort of resembles an organ. Is very small and has an old world look and charm about it. It is also very in and fund are compared to other pianos.
A spinet is a smaller version of the keyboard. The strings on a spinet piano are parallel to the keyboard. Spinet pianos were created to be a low cost way for people who couldn't afford a regular piano.
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A spinet piano is the smallest of all pianos. It is upright, and has the full 88 keys, but is only 35-39 inches tall. This piano is great for small rooms, but ...
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