Yamaha offer a superb range of grand pianos right from their smallest baby grand piano (GB1K) right up to their concert grand CFS111. Yamaha also offer a range of different cabinet wood colours.
Current Brand New Yamaha Grand Pianos For Sale:
Yamaha Digital Grand Pianos
Yamaha N1 Avant Grand, N2, N3 Avant Grand Yamaha CLP665GP Baby Grand Digital Piano
Reasons to buy a Yamaha grand acoustic piano:
Even and responsive action
Wide range of cabinet colours
Big range of models to choose from
Highest resale value
Silent and Disklavier
Yamaha offer the most comprehensive range of silent and Disklavier grand pianos you can find. The Yamaha silent series offer all that the standard grands offer with the addition of the silent feature. This feature enables you to play the piano “silently” with headphones.
The Yamaha “Disklavier only” grand pianos offer the standard Yamaha with a self-playing, but not a silent feature.
The Yamaha silent Disklavier grand pianos offer the silent feature with additional self-play capability. This enables the grand piano to play music by itself. You can buy a variety of disks so you can play almost any type of music. The Yamaha Disklaviers are ideal for restaurants and clubs.
Yamaha G series, A series, C series and S series
Yamaha offer four different series of grand pianos, the GB series, A series, C series and S series.
The GB series are the basic baby grand pianos: The GB1 being the most popular and smallest of all Yamaha grand pianos at a length of 4’11”, The GC1 is a better quality grand piano and is also longer than the GB1 (5’3″).
The A series (Yamaha A1, A1LS and DA1) are the same dimensions as the GB1 model at a slightly higher quality.
The C series starts around 5’3″ and goes right up to the Yamaha CFSIIIS concert grand piano at a length of nine feet. The C series are the most popular.
The S series are Yamaha’s hand built superior quality instruments.
All of the above are available in silent or Disklavier models.
For the attention of Graham
Could you give me an indication of the value of my piano?
The piano is a black Yamaha Grand Piano C3 D2867434
It’s in very good condition and has been kept in a dry environment. There are approx. 5 areas on the woodwork that have been knocked, but are less than coin-size and repairable. The mechanics are sound, it just needs a good tuning session!
I hope you can help.
Reply/ Hi Suzanne
Your piano was made in 1979 and from your description appears
to be in good condition.
The value for insurance purposes should be around £10,000
If you want to sell it, you could expect to get around £4000 – £6000
privately, or £3000 – £4000 through the trade.
To get an accurate valuation I recommend calling in a qualified