Commemorating 30 years of the Yamaha Disklavier’s excellence and innovation
Roughly 30 years ago, the Yamaha Corporation of America introduced the first MX-100A: the Yamaha Disklavier; a 48-inch, upright reproducing piano. Powered by a PianoSoft music library and comprised of a mere eleven 3.5 inch magnetic floppy disks, this was the first MX-100A launched in the U.S. Continue reading
The piano is a great musical instrument for musicians and learners alike, be it for passing time in a productive way or establishing a musical career. If you wish to take up piano lessons in the Bay Area, the following are some essential tips that will guarantee your practice lessons are fruitful and you have a wonderful playing experience. Continue reading
“Music connects people to each other all over the world, regardless of their age. This New Year, bring your family and loved ones together to reconnect with the beautiful enjoyment of music.
Yamaha shares your commitment to family and passion for music. In the spirit of the New Year, when you purchase a new Yamaha upright or grand piano, Yamaha will gift you up to $350*. Not only will a piano fill your home with music, it will give your family an opportunity to advance their musical skills and enrich your lives for years to come.” Continue reading
When choosing between an acoustic piano and electric piano, there are several things to consider. From budget and space to technique and design, a lot is different about acoustic pianos from the electric ones. Continue reading
Only Yamaha is known for its excellence when it comes to offering pianos for musicians at every level.
To that end, the Yamaha Clavinova cvp-700 series is not an exception. Notably, this is a great piano since it offers you the best natural keyboard action and an authentic piano sound. Besides, the Clavinova cvp-700 series will also grant you a variety of advanced features for composing and performing. Continue reading
Why should you consider renting a piano before purchasing.
Purchasing a digital piano or an acoustic piano represents a significant financial investment, but it carries risk. What if you buy the wrong piano for your needs? Renting a piano reduces such risks and offers many significant benefits, including the ability to: Continue reading
Yamaha Transacoustic Piano Technology – Yamaha digital pianos were never more natural.
Many pianists love the authentic timbre of an acoustical piano but play electronic keyboards to be able to add other instrumental sounds to their pieces.
Which Should I Buy?
Whether you’re the parent of a budding piano prodigy or an indie music producer/recording artist, you want a new piano, but you’re not sure whether to go digital or acoustic. Here are 3 questions that will help you get more clarity before you visit your Bay Area piano store:
Hybrid Piano Technology Opens New Possibilities
The digital pianos of today far surpass older player pianos. In particular, the Yamaha Disklavier offers technological advancement in sound recording and playback capabilities, making it the perfect learning and music preservation tool. This acoustic yamaha piano with fiber optic system technologies offers everything a music aficionado could ever want in a piano. Continue reading
Red Dot Product Design Award Honors Yamaha Clavinova CLP-585
Yamaha Clavinova CLP-585 Digital Piano
The internationally juried Red Dot Product Design Award in the Musical Instruments category has been presented to Yamaha’s digital piano Clavinova CLP-585, introduced last June.