Pianos and Organs

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We sell only high quality brand name pianos and organs. With that in mind, our selection can accomodate any budget

A piano is a wonderful addition to any home. Whether you're a new student who are wanting to practice more consistently, or a seasoned pro in need of a new piano, you are bound to find your special piece right here. We believe that the quality of the piece plays an integral role in the beauty of the music produced, and that is why we sell exclusively world-class instruments, while also keeping things affordable so that you don't have to break the bank.

Welcome to the Ogden Piano Gallery, your ultimate destination for pianos and organs in Northern Utah. Our store offers a vast selection of grand pianos, digital pianos, new and used pianos, and a comprehensive range of organs. With over 25 years of experience, we have established ourselves as the premier piano store in the region.

At Ogden Piano Gallery, we recognize the significant influence of music in people's lives, and we're dedicated to assisting you in discovering the ideal instrument that suits your particular requirements. We can assist both experienced and beginner musicians choose the appropriate piano or organ that matches their style, skill level, and financial resources.

Our team of trained professionals is committed to providing customized service and support. We are passionate about music and will go the extra mile to ensure you have a fantastic shopping experience with us. Our in-depth knowledge of pianos and organs allows us to provide expert advice and guidance, equipping you with all the information you need to make an informed decision.

In addition to our vast selection of pianos and organs, we also offer one of the largest selections of sheet music in Northern Utah. We offer a variety of sheet music for different genres, such as classical, pop, and jazz to help you enhance your musical journey.
We also provide piano, keyboarding, and organ classes for those who wish to enhance their musical skills. Our experienced teachers offer personalized, one-on-one sessions to ensure you receive the best training possible.

At Ogden Piano Gallery, we are more than just a store; we are a community. We are committed to making your musical dreams a reality, and we look forward to welcoming you to our store. Come and experience the joy of music with Ogden Piano Gallery.

Choosing the Right Piano or Organ for Your Needs
Choosing the right piano or organ for your musical needs can be daunting, especially if you are a beginner. At Ogden Piano Gallery, we strive to simplify the decision-making process by providing expert guidance and a wide selection of quality instruments.

It's important to consider how you plan to use your piano or organ. Will you be practicing for personal enjoyment, performing in front of audiences, or recording in a studio? The purpose of your instrument will significantly influence the features and specifications you should be looking for.
Next, think about your level of experience and performance goals. Are you a beginner or a seasoned player? Will you be mainly playing classical, jazz, or contemporary music? These factors will determine the type of action and sound best suited to your style.

Regarding budget, we offer a range of options for pianos and organs, including both new and used models, to ensure that we can provide quality instruments to suit any budget. If you're a serious musician, investing in a higher-end instrument is worthwhile since they offer better sound quality and durability.

Upgrading Your Piano or Organ: When and How to Do It
If you're a pianist or organist, you know that your instrument is more than just a tool for making music. It's a faithful companion that has been with you through years of practice, performance, and personal growth. However, there may come a time when you feel like you've outgrown your current piano or organ and need to upgrade to a new one. Here are some tips and insights from Ogden Piano Gallery - your one-stop shop for all things pianos and organs.

Assess Your Current Instrument
Before you upgrade your piano or organ, take a good, hard look at your current instrument. Is it meeting your needs? Are you experiencing any technical difficulties or limitations? Are there features or functionalities that you wish your piano or organ had? A thorough assessment of your current instrument can help you determine whether it's time to upgrade, and what you should look for in a new model.

Consider Your Musical Goals
Upgrading your piano or organ may be necessary if you've outgrown your current instrument, but it can also be a strategic move if you have specific musical goals in mind. For example, if you're an advanced pianist who wants to pursue a career in classical music, you may need a piano with a larger soundboard and a more refined tone. Or, if you're an organist who wants to play in a church or concert hall, you may need an organ with more powerful voicing and stop combinations. At Ogden Piano Gallery, we carry a range of pianos and organs to suit any musical goal or ambition.

Research Your Options
When upgrading your piano or organ, the options can be overwhelming. There are different brands, models, sizes, and price ranges. If you want to make a good decision, it's important to compare different instruments and do some research. At Ogden Piano Gallery, our staff is knowledgeable and friendly, and they can assist you in finding the perfect piano or organ that suits your needs.

Consider Used or Pre-Owned Instruments
Upgrading your piano or organ doesn't have to mean buying a brand-new model. At Ogden Piano Gallery, we also carry high-quality used and pre-owned instruments that are in excellent condition and offer great value. Our team thoroughly inspects and ensures every pre-owned instrument meets our high standards before they're sold.

If you want to upgrade your piano or organ because you have advanced your skills or have a particular musical goal, it's crucial to find an instrument that suits your needs, budget, and preferences.

At Ogden Piano Gallery, we understand music's importance in people's lives. We aim to help you find the perfect piano or organ to enhance your musical journey. We have a wide variety of quality instruments, so come visit us today and experience the magic of our pianos and organs!

Frequently Asked Questions
Ogden Piano Gallery will answer your frequently asked questions.
What is the difference between a piano and an organ?
The main difference between a piano and an organ is that a piano produces sound by striking strings with hammers, while an organ produces sound using air blown through pipes. Pianos also have 88 keys on the keyboard, while organs can have anywhere from 25 to 100 keys.

Additionally, pianos are tuned to equal temperament, meaning each pitch has the same relationship to its neighboring pitches throughout the range of the instrument. Organs are usually tuned differently depending on the type of music being played and in what style it is being performed.

Finally, pianos usually only use one sound at a time, whereas organs often simultaneously employ multiple sounds or settings (called stops). It allows for a much wider range of tones and textures than is
How do I tune a piano?
Tuning a piano can be done by a professional technician, but some people choose to tune their instruments. Tuning a piano requires basic tools such as a tuning hammer, an electronic or acoustic pitch pipe, and tuning mutes.

Before tuning the instrument, it is important to check that all of the strings are in good condition and that no notes or parts of the soundboard have been damaged. After ensuring this, one can begin the actual process of tuning, which involves adjusting the tension of each string until it matches its correct pitch. This process can take several hours since each note must be tuned individually by ear. Once finished, however, the result will be clear: a piano precisely tuned to the concert pitch!

How often do I need to tune my piano or organ?
The frequency of tuning your piano or organ depends on a few factors, such as the type and quality of the instrument, the temperature and humidity levels of the room in which it is kept, and how often it is played.

Generally speaking, pianos should be tuned yearly if they are not used a lot, while organs may only need to be tuned every two or three years. Professional piano technicians recommend that an instrument should be serviced at least once per year, regardless of usage, to ensure all parts function correctly.

Furthermore, any time you move an instrument from one location to another or if extreme changes in temperature or humidity occur (such as during winter/summer months), it is recommended to have your piano or organ tuned again.

How do I clean my piano?
It is important to keep your piano clean and dust free to protect its exterior finish, internal mechanisms, and overall sound quality. Regularly wiping down the outside with a damp cloth will help minimize any buildup of dirt and grime on the surface. Additionally, use caution when cleaning near buttons or other sensitive areas, as they are easily damaged.

When it comes to the inside of your piano, it is best practice to leave this type of deep cleaning to an experienced professional technician who can safely remove debris without disturbing any internal components. If you feel confident enough to attempt a deeper clean yourself, follow all instructions carefully and take extra precaution when using any chemicals or cleaners around delicate components such as strings or hammers.

How long do pianos and organs last?
If you take good care of your piano or organ, it can last for many decades. Most instruments will require regular tuning and servicing to keep them in peak condition. However, if these tasks are performed consistently, the instrument should have no problem lasting for many years.

Additionally, it is vital to store the instrument in an environment free from extreme temperatures and moisture levels since these factors can cause damage over time. Considering all of these steps can ensure that your piano or organ will provide beautiful music for years to come!

How do I move a piano?
When moving a piano, it is important to use the proper equipment and techniques to ensure no damage occurs during transport. Professional movers can safely move your instrument from one location to another while taking all necessary precautions.

However, if you plan on moving the piano yourself, be sure to rent special equipment designed for lifting heavy objects and enlist at least two additional people to assist in securing and carrying the instrument. This practice will help prevent injuries or damages caused by attempting the task alone.

Additionally, ensure that any stairs or doorways are adequately cleared of obstacles before attempting to move the instrument, as even a small bump can cause severe damage. Following these steps should ensure a safe transition for your piano!

What are some of the best piano brands?
When it comes to selecting a piano, many brands are available on the market. Some popular and well-respected piano brands include Steinway & Sons, Yamaha, Kawai, Bösendorfer, and Baldwin. Each brand has its unique features and sound quality that make them stand out from the rest. Additionally, some brands are better suited for different playing styles or usage, such as classical or jazz performances. Researching each brand can help you determine which best fits your needs and preferences!

Whether you’re looking for a concert grand piano, a high-end upright, digital piano or entry-level used piano, we have the perfect instrument for you. We offer more than 10 brands of pianos, including Yamaha, Cable-Nelson, Wm. Knabe & Co, Samick, ARIUS, CASIO, Kohler & Campbell, Disklavier, Sohmer & Co.

Whether you are looking for a traditional upright piano, a concert Yamaha grand piano, an organ or our popular digital Yamaha Clavinova, you’ll find an enormous selection styles, colors and sounds. If you live in Northern Utah, we want to help you find the perfect piano!
Buy a used piano in Ogden, UT

Buy a Used Piano

We also have a large assortment of used pianos. Buying a previously-owned piano comes with considerations and risks — has it been exposed to humidity or a varying climate? Has it been well-maintained over the years? While there are many independent used piano sellers in Ogden and Northern Utah, it’s important to work with a trusted and experienced dealer. The Ogden Piano Gallery will help you ensure you’re purchasing a high quality instrument. Our inventory of used pianos moves quickly, so if you are in the market for a used piano, we’re happy to add you to our “watch list” and notify you when we receive a used piano within your price range.
Sell a used piano in Utah

Sell a Used Piano

Time to clear out the old piano? The Ogden Piano Gallery will buy or help you sell your used piano! We also do piano trade-ins, so you can use the trade-in value of your old piano toward the purchase of a new piano. If you choose to sell your piano directly rather than selling it to us, we’ll come to your home and provide you with a free appraisal to help you sell it and get what it’s worth. Contact us for details!

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