A new study shows the best pianos for jazz musicians aren’t the most expensive, but they’re also the most difficult to find.
The study found that the average price of a standard-sized standard-size jazz piano ranges from $5,600 to $7,500 depending on the type and design.
The average price for a smaller-size standard-shaped instrument ranges from about $4,500 to $6,500.
The study found the lowest price of all pianos is $1,000, and the lowest cost of a smaller one is about $500.
“You’re going to pay the most for a piano that has the same price point as a $1 million, $1.5 million, or $2 million piano,” said Michael Hovis, an associate professor at the School of Music at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.
The researchers found that standard-sizes have higher performance qualities.
They found that larger pianos are more forgiving than smaller ones and offer more range.
They also found that a larger size can offer more tonal depth and more resonance.
The researchers used a test known as the Bauhaus scale, which was developed in Germany by the German composer Carl Beutler in the 1930s.
It’s based on the piano’s size and its length, but includes two other measurements.
The first is the size of the keys and the second is the width of the body, which is the distance from the body to the top of the head.
In a paper published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Hovas and colleagues at the Institute for Contemporary Music in London, UK, analyzed recordings of 20,000 standard-class pianos in which the players had played them in the studio and in a public setting.
The test was performed before the pianos were used for performance.
The team measured the keys, the width and length of the piano and the distance between the body and the top.
They then calculated the total price of each instrument and the cost of the parts used.
The average price per standard-style piano is $741.
The typical price of an affordable smaller instrument is $375.
The price of the smallest instrument is about 50 percent higher.
Hovis said that he doesn’t know if the average piano prices are accurate.
He said that a lot of the time, prices can be based on guesses and can range from less than $1k to $2m.
“The more information we have on the music and the more we know about it, the more accurate it becomes,” he said.
The research was based on recordings of the 20,600 pianos.
The cost of components in the test instruments ranged from $2,700 to $5 million.
The value of the instruments was measured by using a method called the “Bauhaus Scale,” which Hovs said he learned about in Germany.HOVIS said he’s not sure why the standard-types and small-size instruments sell for so much more than their larger counterparts.
He says he was surprised by the price of pianos with the Bauschi scale, and by the fact that the prices were higher than his own estimates.
“If you have a smaller piano, you’re probably going to get more out of it,” Hovins said.
“If you’ve got a standard piano, it’s probably going in for the same amount of money, but the performance of the piano is going to be better.”