This post is featuring our Yamaha pianos from smallest to the largest. These are all stunning instruments which will make a superb addition to your home. Two are quite compact, two are U1 pianos and the largest we have in stock is the U2 which also benefits from having the excellent Bolan silent system fitted.
The first to show you is only 104cm tall and was built in 1979. It might be a small piano, but it feels every bit a Yamaha, the superb action makes it feel great to play and it has a lovely sweet tone. We offer all our pianos a warranty and this one is no exception coming with a 5 year warranty. This piano will be a wonderful addition to a family home and everyone can enjoy playing this brilliant instrument.
The next piano to show you is a little taller, 108cm and a fair bit newer, it was built in 2009. This piano was in a family home but hasn’t been used a great deal and happily feels like a new piano to play. It of course has that lovely action however, this one has a more mellow sound and is gentler in character. This could well be your perfect piano, a very helpful piano for beginners and capable of supporting those through their grade 8.
Now we move up a gear. There’s an MC10 built 1989 and a U1 built in 1982. They are taller, standing at 121cm tall and are much more mature instruments. In many ways for most people, they are all the piano that one needs, they are that good. These two are very similar, the main differences being cosmetic, the MC10 loses a few luxuries of the long central hinge from the top lid, loses the lock and the cheeks on the case is a little thinner. They both have larger soundboards and longer strings greatly benefiting the quality and variety of sounds these beautiful pianos can produce.
And finally my favourite. It’s the U2 which is a rare site in the UK and a really lovely piano. This particular piano is even more rare as it has been fitted with the fantastic Bolan silent system. It is a superb tool allowing you to play through the headphones and no one else will what you are playing. It is even possible to play with different sounds and to have a metronome ticking to keep everything in time. It is a wonderful instrument to play, I have really enjoyed doing my practice on this piano, beautiful sound and feels superb to play.
If any of these instruments are of interest to you, feel free to get in touch.
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