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Upright Pianos & Grand Pianos For Sale | New & Used
Current Brand New Yamaha Upright Pianos For Sale:
Yamaha B Series Upright Pianos
Yamaha B1 Upright Piano
Yamaha B2 Upright Piano
Yamaha B3 Upright Piano
Yamaha B1 Silent Upright Piano
Yamaha B2 Silent Upright Piano
Yamaha B3 Silent Upright Piano
Second-Hand Yamaha Upright Pianos
Yamaha U1 Upright Piano
Yamaha U3 Upright Piano
Reasons to buy a Yamaha upright acoustic piano:
Even and responsive action
Wide range of cabinet colours
Big range of models to choose from
Highest resale value
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Second Hand Yamaha Pianos
Secondhand Yamaha U1
Yamaha U1, the world’s most popular piano now available used for only £3,495, completely re-conditioned with a 5 year warranty, Read more
Yamaha U3 upright piano second hand for £3,995, completely re-conditioned with a 5 year warranty, Read more
Yamaha Silent Upright Pianos
Yamaha silent pianos are great if you want to plug in headphones. You can play late at night without worrying about neighbours. The silent system used in Yamaha silent pianos is outstanding and extremely reliable.
Yamaha Silent Disklavier Upright Pianos
The ultimate Yamaha upright piano. You can plug in headphones like the silent pianos, the disklavier also plays itself and you can buy disks with any type of music you choose. Ideal for restaurants.
Please let me know the difference between a Yamaha U3 Upright used piano and a Yamaha U30 Upright used piano and the pros and cons between the 2 machines.
Reply/ Hi Renuka
I believe the Yamaha U30 is similar to the U3. The U30 being
a piano made for the Japanese domestic market and not for
If you have seen a U30 in the UK, it must have been exported
Any advice on buying second-hand Yamahas? The only new piano I liked (a lot) was the Yamaha U3 but this is possibly out of my price range. New U1s, P121s sounded very loud/bright/harsh. I know that pianos can be voiced…..but CWP did not have any examples of this in store.
My only remaining doubt is that this second-hand piano is 20 years older than a new one and could therefore last potentially 20 years less than a new one – it did sound very nice though. It has a 1 year guarantee.
Reply/ Hi David
All modern Yamaha pianos are very bright. For something a bit more mellow you might like to try out a Classenti. Other popular pianos are Petrof, Klima and Bohemia. These pianos are made in the Czech Republic and have a warm, European sound.
The 20 year old Yamaha should be OK. 20 years is nothing for a piano and will last another 40-60 years as long as it is tuned regularly and kept in a room with a constant temperature (not too hot!).
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