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Yamaha C3X TA3 TransAcoustic Grand in Polished Ebony£36,995.00
Yamaha C3X SH3 Silent Grand in Polished Ebony£35,995.00
Yamaha C3X Grand in Polished Ebony£26,645.00
Yamaha C3X Disklavier Enspire Pro Grand in Polished Ebony (Ex Demo)£39,995.00
Yamaha C3X Disklavier Enspire Pro Grand in Polished Ebony£44,995.00
Yamaha C3 Studio Grand in Polished Ebony£24,995.00
Yamaha C3 Silent Grand, around 1980 (Refurbished)£11,995.00
Yamaha C3 Grand, mid 1980’s (Refurbished)£13,495.00
Yamaha C3 Grand, early-mid 1980’s (Refurbished)£12,995.00
Yamaha C3 Grand in Polished Mahogany, 1996 (Refurbished)£13,995.00
Yamaha C3 Disklavier DKC-850 Grand in Polished Ebony, 1998£18,995.00
Yamaha C2X SH3 Silent Grand in Polished Ebony£31,995.00
You may recognise Yamaha as a trusted name for motorcycles but what if you’re more of a ‘piano’ rather than a ‘petrol’ head?
It’s the same story.
Yamaha are just as regaled for their instruments as they are for their automobiles, with a Yamaha piano ranking as one of the most popular and reliable brands on the market.
Whether you’re new to playing, buying for the kids, or looking for a concert-worthy grand piano, you’ll find a wealth of choice from the Yamaha brand including grands, uprights and digitals, with prices to suit all budgets. To find out more about Yamaha pianos, get in touch with the team.
As the adage goes – quality lasts. And Yamaha pianos are definitely quality.
Properly cared for, there’s no reason you can’t expect a lifetime of enjoyment from our Yamaha pianos. But, as with all instruments, it is important to look after your piano properly.
The best way to ensure your piano lasts is:
· Have it regularly tuned. We recommend professional tuning every 6 -12 months. It’s also recommended to book in an extra tune if you’ve recently moved the piano or detect a change in sound.
· Make sure you house your piano in a suitable location – away from drafts, damp, excessive sunlight etc.
· Use special mats to protect from underfloor heating.
· Don’t use your piano as a sideboard – keep drinks away, and if you do sit ornaments or other items on the casing, make sure they won’t scratch.
Yamaha pianos are a reliable choice. With an extensive portfolio of models, there is sure to be a Yamaha for everyone – especially beginners. A great starter piano is the Yamaha U1 piano – perfect for entry-level playing but with plenty of capability as your playing skills develop.
Alternatively, you could go for a digital Yamaha piano, where you can control volume or use headphones – sparing others from the relentless sound of those early days of practise.
For help picking out the right Yamaha piano for your playing level, aspirations, and budget, get in touch.
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