Yamaha C7 Grand, late 1980’s (Refurbished)


  • 227 cm (7’6”) in length
  • Polished Ebony finish
  • Built in Japan
  • Sostenuto pedal
  • Fallboard lock
  • Undergone 113-point check
  • 5 Year Guarantee
  • Delivery from £90 to ground floor
  • No quibble returns policy
  • 0% finance available, subject to terms and conditions

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Detailed Description

This Yamaha C7 Grand was built in the late 1980’s during Yamaha’s Golden Age of piano building, when all of the manufacturing took place in Japan, and by the very best craftsmen. The materials used were of the highest quality, and so the pianos from this era are famed for being highly durable, retaining their quality for many decades.  

Usually considered a Semi-Concert Grand, the C7 is a popular choice in smaller concert halls, in addition to studio spaces. Yamaha grands of this length are given a higher level of attention in their manufacture when compared to the smaller ones, and tend to be built by Yamaha’s most experienced craftsmen. This example has a warm and rounded bass with a clear, singing middle section, and a crystalline brilliance in the treble area. Being a larger grand, the keysticks are much longer than usual, meaning that the action has a far higher degree of control than can be found in smaller instruments. This particular example also employs a middle sostenuto pedal.

This Yamaha C7 has been maintained and tuned to the highest standards, and will give many more decades of good service in the future. The cabinet is in overall excellent condition. 

Colin Smithers, Sales Manager at Richard Lawson Pianos


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