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Vinyl Grand Piano Cover - Free Shipping
Code: VINYL
$145.95 and up





Vinyl Grand Piano Cover - Free Shipping is rated 4.35 out of 5 based on 72 ratings.
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While our covers are priced by the foot, we make each cover to your specific make and model piano - If your piano doesn't have a make or model number follow the directions below or if you have any questions - please email us: [email protected]


All covers have FREE SHIPPING!

Our vinyl non-padded piano covers are practically impervious to liquids and excellent against dust, dirt, pet hair and minor trauma. Breathable at each seam, vinyl is hands down the easist material to clean - just a quick wipe and your done. Construction is a vinyl topcoat which is melded to a super-soft backing.  Available in black vinyl (our most popular color as most pianos are black), or brown, burgundy, tan or white vinyl.

Optional Split Sides  (FREE):  Our standard vinyl covers now come standard with or without split sides. Please note, if you intend on playing the piano with the cover on it is highly recommended that you get the split sides.

Optional Full-Length Skirt (Add $90.00): Our covers normally stop 1" below the bottom rim, a Full-Length Skirt extends the cover the rest of the way to the floor. This is option is perfect when you want to protect the legs and lyre as well as the body and lid of the piano.

Optional Embroidery (Add $85.00): Piano names (Yamaha, Steinway, etc.) can be embroidered on either the right front side or above the keys. Lettering is 2" high with your choice of thread colors: gold, silver, white, pink, yellow or blue. For custom embroidery (anything other than piano brand names) call 800-792-4457.

Remember, vinyls are NOT designed for more than 2hrs/day of DIRECT sunlight - in this case, please see our MacIntosh, Quilted or Premium Covers below.

** Having trouble figuring out the model number of your piano? No problem, just follow the directions below and put the overall length of the piano in the model field - we'll figure out the rest.

* Having trouble figuring out the length of your piano? We measure pianos with the lid down. Pull the tape measure from the back of the lid (farthest point away from the pianist) and pull it to where the pianist sits - do not angle the tape measure when it leaves the lid over the keys - keep it in the same plane and eyeball the measurement to the part of the piano closest to the pianist.

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