I have to admit that I really do love Yamaha pianos. The quality of their products is really quite amazing and has been consistently high for decades. Buying a second hand Yamaha is actually terrific value. They may be a little pricier than many other brands but we can rest assured that their instruments a really good safe place to invest our hard earned money.
The piano shown here is the U1. The U series has established itself as the professional end of their range. It has a clear, colourful tone, which comes from being beautifully made from high quality materials. Its action is brilliantly smooth and easy and satisfying to use.
It is relatively compact 121cm tall, 151cm long and 61cm deep, making it perfect for any living space or practice room. This instrument will easily guide any musician through all of their grades and beyond, providing the perfect acoustic opportunity for anyone looking to master the piano.
The sturdy build quality and a great trust in the craftsmanship that has shaped all of their instruments has resulted in us still being able to offer a long 5 year warranty even though this piano was built in 1969. It has received quite a lot of love from our technicians and we are confident that this piano will provide many more decades to reliable service.
We are selling this U1 for £3100. This includes that warranty, an adjustable stool, local ground floor delivery and the first tuning in its new home.
If you would like more information about this piano or any other piano we have in stock, please call Julian on 020 3645 3930 or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Please note that the photograph in this post is not of the actual piano for sale. The piano described is in excellent condition, we have a problem with our camera at the moment.