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Choosing The Right Piano Lamp

Choosing a Piano Lamp can be challenging, but if you follow the several key elements in making your decision, you will find one that fits your budget and style. More important, you will enjoy for years a piano light that can brighten your piano and make reading your music much easier.

There are several types and styles of piano lamps. These can either be used for grand piano or upright piano. One is clip-on light that has a clamp clips to the piano board. This style has become very popular in recent years for grand piano lamps and music stands. They are typically 14" to 26" inches in length.
The other style is ones that sit on top of a piano, either an upright piano or grand piano can use this type of lamps. These are similar to desk lamps but with special designs for pianos. Typically they are adjustable in height and some even can be adjusted directionally.
The third style would be the swing arm lamps. This can either sit on top of a piano or on floor, depending on the height. The swing arm type can add substantial decor effects to the room and the piano. The arms can be adjusted to height. But these are generally more expensive. There are several manufacturers who make these lamps. One of the more established is called Conoco Piano Lamps. Their lamps are deigned by pianist and uses newest LED technology. They offer these grand piano lights directly from their web site.

The best technology to use for a piano lamp is LED. This is the newest light source technology that generates very little heat when compares to traditional light bulbs. These are also very energy efficient. When choosing a light source, the best light color would be 3000k€"which resembles natural sunlight.
LEDs have several advantages over conventional incandescent lamps. For one thing, they don't have a filament that will burn out, so they last much longer. This makes LED lamps substantially safer from fire hazard. And excessive heat from traditional bulbs may also damage a piano over time as piano bodies are generally made by wood. Additionally, LED piano light's small plastic bulbs makes them a lot more durable.

But the main advantage of a LED lamp is efficiency. In conventional incandescent bulbs, the light-production process involves generating a lot of heat (the filament must be warmed). This is completely wasted energy, unless you're using the lamp as a heater, because a huge portion of the available electricity isn't going toward producing visible light. LEDs generate very little heat. A much higher percentage of the electrical power is going directly to generating light, which cuts down on the electricity demands considerably.

One other key advantage for using LED piano lamp is that it is much more environmentally friendly then most traditional light sources. LEDs do not contain lead.

How to Change LED light bulbs?
All LED Lamps come with the LED light bulbs mostly pre-installed and included in the price. Conoco Piano Lamps guarantees that the LED light bulbs will work for at least 50,000 hours with its unmatched manufacturer's 2-year warranty. This means if you have your lamps turned-on 5 hours a day, then the light bulb should last 10,000 days or more! They will even replace the light bulb for you during the warranty period if it does go out. However, in the case that you will have to replace the light after the warranty period, they sell replacement light bulbs at $25 each. Considering the long life, energy saving, and the quality of illumination from LED light bulbs, this brings substantial value to your investment in a quality piano light. Almost as equally important, the LED light bulbs generate much less heat than the traditional light bulbs. Which I think is great for your piano's protection from excessive heat.
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