Pianos are incredibly complex instruments made of thousands of parts. Yamaha pianos are made with wood and felt parts that are highly influenced by environmental conditions like temperature and humidity. Continue reading
Choosing between an acoustic piano and a digital one can be difficult, unless there are specific qualities you’re looking for, such as portability for playing at concerts. For strictly home usage, either piano would be very good, although if you wanted to avoid disturbing the rest of the household, you might want to go digital and use headphones that would prevent sound from passing all throughout the house. Here is a breakdown of the differences between the two kinds of pianos, to help you make a more informed decision when it comes time to purchase your new Yamaha piano.
Whether you’re looking to purchase a small Yamaha piano to practice your composition skills and record some “singer-songwriter” tracks for a demo, or you’re investigating piano options for a budding musician in your household who’s eager to practice every day, consider conducting extensive research before buying your piano. You want to explore specs, talk to experts and consider all this information in the context of what you really want and need out of the experience. When shopping for a piano, consider these 5 key issues: Continue reading
Whether you’re searching for an instrument to gift to your granddaughter or investing in a piano to compose or record music, you probably have a dizzying number of questions on your mind about how to get the most from your piano purchase. First, familiarize yourself with some of the features you want, and then talk through the different types of piano constructions and options with a professional. Here are some crucial guidelines and tips to get you started on your journey: Continue reading