Like the b2, the b3 incorporates a solid spruce soundboard, but, apart from its large cabinet, it also has 5 back posts rather than 4, and this all contributes to the b3’s greater depth in the sound. Being taller it also has much longer strings and a larger soundboard, which again ensures that the sound can sing out far more fully and richly, and its longer keys enable the pianist to have more control at the keyboard.
Produced at a Yamaha factory in Indonesia from a scale design developed in Japan, b Series pianos are Yamaha’s most affordable entry-level uprights. Although reduced production costs allow budget-friendly prices, Yamaha makes no compromises in the materials and workmanship that go into these exceptional uprights.
Supported by four sturdy wooden back posts and a strong cast iron frame, b Series pianos are endowed with Yamaha’s renowned pure, clear tone. High-grade hammers and a proven action design offer effortless playing and a highly responsive keyboard ‘touch’ that make these uprights ideal for beginning players.
Colin Smithers, Sales Manager at Richard Lawson Pianos
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