Yamaha

Manufacturer Facts: Est. 1887 , by Tarakusu Yamaha, was Nippon Gakki S.K.K. Co. in 1917 Tarakusu Yamaha passed away. The company changed its name to Yamaha Corporation of Japan in 1987. Located Hamamatsu, Japan. Yamaha was the first piano maker in Japan. In 1973 Yamaha of America purchased the Everett Piano Company makers of Everett and Cable Nelson. In 1979 Yamaha Music Manufacturing, in Thomaston, GA was built to produce pianos for the North American market.

Dealer-Display-Yamaha-GC1-Grand-Piano

MODEL GC1 – 5’3″

Description: Professional Series – High Polished Ebony Dealer Display – High Performance Action – (All Wood)
Solid Spruce Sounding Board w/ Disklavier Payer

DU1A Professional Studio

Model DU1A Professional Studio 48″

High Polished Ribbon Mahogany Traditional w/ matching bench – w/ Slow close key cover & Practicano
Pedal – With Yamaha Disclavier Player System

 

Yamaha-P2

 

MODEL Studio

Description Professional Series – Hand Rubbed Walnut – High Performance Action – (All Wood) – Solid Spruce Sounding Board – w/ Matching Bench – Serial #405641 Built in 1965 – 12 Year Warranty – Buyer Protection Plan – Tuning & Service Package