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CN151PE

5' Cable-Nelson Grand Piano

MSRP:$9,399.00

Features

The Cable-Nelson brand traces its roots to 1903 in Chicago, when Fayette S. Cable purchased two small piano companies. These companies, Lakeside Piano Company and Sweetland Piano Company, then became the Fayette S. Cable Piano Company. The Cable-Nelson brand resulted from a merger with the Nelson Piano Company in 1905. The Everett Piano Company bought Cable-Nelson in the late 1920s, moving its manufacturing operation to South Haven, Michigan. In 1954, the Hammond Organ company acquired both Everett Piano and Cable-Nelson.


Yamaha purchased both Everett and Cable-Nelson in 1973. Now, 105 years after its beginnings, Cable-Nelson resumes its tradition as a great piano at a modest price.


Now, virtually anyone can own a quality instrument designed and built by Yamaha. These Cable-Nelson pianos are perfectly suited for home piano players who desire Yamaha quality at a more affordable price. They live up to the company's worldwide reputation for outstanding service, exceptional value and reliable customer support.


This expressive instrument is designed by Yamaha master craftsmen, prepared by Yamaha engineers and built by Yamaha specialists—using world-renowned manufacturing processes. The piano includes top quality parts, premium woods, extruded aluminum alloy action rails, V-Pro plates and copper wound bass strings – all features found in Yamaha brand pianos. The Cable-Nelson line also offers an extensive 10-year warranty and the support of Yamaha Piano Service.



     •     Advanced scale design

     •     Premium woods

     •     Laminated spruce soundboard

     •     Solid maple bridge and caps

     •     Solid copper wound bass strings

     •     Aluminum alloy action rails

     •     Yamaha balanced grand piano action

     •     Spruce keys with hardwood buttons

     •     Premium Yamaha hammers with T-fasteners

     •     Specially designed hammer shanks

     •     Reinforced keyframe pin with adjustable guide

     •     Hardwood reinforced keyframe

     •     Dove-tail joints

     •     Cut thread tuning pins

     •     Polyester finish

     •     Resin sheet foundation

     •     Solid brass casters

     •     Vacuum shield mold process (V-Pro) plate

     •     Seasoned for destination

     •     10-year warranty backed by Yamaha

     •     Polished Ebony Finish


Unlike most manufacturers, Yamaha takes a total approach to piano-making: it retains complete control over virtually every component at every stage of production—even to the point of building the manufacturing equipment. Rather than assembling pianos from parts produced by outside companies or contracting with third parties to build its pianos, Yamaha designs, tests, evaluates and manufactures all major components by itself.


Another key advantage to Yamaha is the extent of the company's expertise in related technologies. With well-established credentials in fields such as metallurgy, chemistry and electronics—as well as more obvious areas like acoustics and woodworking—Yamaha leverages extensive internal resources to raise the standards of piano-making. The results of this inter-disciplinary approach are a steady stream of innovations and better musical instruments.

CN161PE

5' 3" Cable-Nelson Grand Piano

Features

The Cable-Nelson brand traces its roots to 1903 in Chicago, when Fayette S. Cable purchased two small piano companies. These companies, Lakeside Piano Company and Sweetland Piano Company, then became the Fayette S. Cable Piano Company. The Cable-Nelson brand resulted from a merger with the Nelson Piano Company in 1905. The Everett Piano Company bought Cable-Nelson in the late 1920s, moving its manufacturing operation to South Haven, Michigan. In 1954, the Hammond Organ company acquired both Everett Piano and Cable-Nelson.


Yamaha purchased both Everett and Cable-Nelson in 1973. Now, 105 years after its beginnings, Cable-Nelson resumes its tradition as a great piano at a modest price.


Now, virtually anyone can own a quality instrument designed and built by Yamaha. These Cable-Nelson pianos are perfectly suited for home piano players who desire Yamaha quality at a more affordable price. They live up to the company's worldwide reputation for outstanding service, exceptional value and reliable customer support.


This expressive instrument is designed by Yamaha master craftsmen, prepared by Yamaha engineers and built by Yamaha specialists—using world-renowned manufacturing processes. The piano includes top quality parts, premium woods, extruded aluminum alloy action rails, V-Pro plates and copper wound bass strings – all features found in Yamaha brand pianos. The Cable-Nelson line also offers an extensive 10-year warranty and the support of Yamaha Piano Service.

     •     Advanced scale design

     •     Premium woods

     •     Laminated spruce soundboard

     •     Solid maple bridge and caps

     •     Solid copper wound bass strings

     •     Aluminum alloy action rails

     •     Yamaha balanced grand piano action

     •     Spruce keys with hardwood buttons

     •     Premium Yamaha hammers with T-fasteners

     •     Specially designed hammer shanks

     •     Reinforced keyframe pin with adjustable guide

     •     Complete tone collector system

     •     Hardwood reinforced keyframe

     •     Dove-tail joints

     •     Plate mounting system with bolt adjustments

     •     Cut thread tuning pins

     •     Polyester finish

     •     Resin sheet foundation

     •     Sliding music desk

     •     Solid brass casters

     •     Vacuum shield mold process (V-Pro) plate

     •     Seasoned for destination

     •     10-year warranty backed by Yamaha

     •     Polished Ebony Finish


Unlike most manufacturers, Yamaha takes a total approach to piano-making: it retains complete control over virtually every component at every stage of production—even to the point of building the manufacturing equipment. Rather than assembling pianos from parts produced by outside companies or contracting with third parties to build its pianos, Yamaha designs, tests, evaluates and manufactures all major components by itself.


Another key advantage to Yamaha is the extent of the company's expertise in related technologies. With well-established credentials in fields such as metallurgy, chemistry and electronics—as well as more obvious areas like acoustics and woodworking—Yamaha leverages extensive internal resources to raise the standards of piano-making. The results of this inter-disciplinary approach are a steady stream of innovations and better musical instruments.

GB1K

5' Classic Collection Grand Piano

MSRP: $14,499.00

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Yamaha's most compact and affordable grand

The GB1K, Yamaha's most compact and affordable grand, is a popular choice for locations where space is somewhat limited, with full resonant tone comparable to that of many substantially larger models

Over a century of grand piano making

Unparalleled in their beauty and musical range, grand pianos are the ultimate expression of the piano maker's art. Embodying over 100 years of accumulated expertise, these instruments epitomize the quality, performance and value for which Yamaha has long been renowned, as we enter the second century of Yamaha grand pianos.

MAIN FEATURES

     •     Advanced scale design

     •     Solid spruce soundboard and ribs

     •     Solid maple bridge and caps

     •     Solid copper wound bass strings

     •     Soft-Close™ fallboard

     •     Aluminum alloy action rails

     •     Yamaha balanced action

     •     Solid spruce keys with hardwood buttons

     •     Premium Yamaha designed hammers with T-fasteners

     •     Reinforced keyframe Pin with adjustable guide

     •     Hardwood reinforced keyframe

     •     Bass sustain

     •     Cut thread tuning pins

     •     Polyester finish

     •     Resin sheet foundation

     •     Lid prop stopper

     •     Solid brass casters

     •     Vacuum Shield Mold Process (V-Pro) plate

     •     Seasoned for destination

Crafted with uncommon care and integrity

Yamaha grand pianos have earned a global reputation as instruments of outstanding quality and value. Renowned for their eloquent expressive range, and for their reliable performance over time, they play an important role in the performing arts and music education. They are consistently among the pianos most highly recommended by piano tuner/technicians and a leading choice of pianists at all levels, all over the world.


The Yamaha reputation rests on a century-long tradition of uncompromising care and craftsmanship, supported by an unmatched range of integrated expertise, top-of-the-line production facilities, and an exceptionally skilled, knowledgeable and dedicated workforce. Our strength in the full range of relevant technologies allows us to produce virtually every part of every piano ourselves – an approach that has helped us initiate significant advances and set what has long been recognized as the industry standard in quality control.


An open dialog with professional musicians generates invaluable input that, in conjunction with sophisticated research facilities, has led to continual advances in each new generation of Yamaha pianos. Our global network offers Yamaha customers additional advantages, from cost-efficient regional manufacturing to the ready availability of sales and support throughout most of the world.


Balancing cutting-edge technology and innovation with the timeless skills of expert artisans, Yamaha pianos have come to represent an unsurpassed standard of affordable excellence. It is a standard that continues to generate ever-higher acclaim and make Yamaha grand pianos the first choice of many of the world's most discriminating pianists.

GC1M

5' 3" Classic Collection Grand Piano

MSRP

: $23,579.00

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The beautiful new GC1M

The beautiful new GC1M combines the duplex scaling and rich tonal character of the coveted C1 grand with cost-saving advantages in materials and production to create an instrument that's both exceptionally expressive and uncommonly affordable

Over a century of distinguished grand piano making

Unparalleled in their beauty and musical range, grand pianos are the ultimate expression of the piano maker's art. Yamaha is proud to present a comprehensive line of incomparable grands, reflecting the very latest in Yamaha acoustic and technological advances.

     •     Advanced scale design

     •     Solid spruce soundboard and ribs

     •     Soft-Close™ fallboard

     •     Complete tone collector system

     •     Dovetail joints

     •     Solid maple bridge and caps

     •     Duplex scaling

     •     Solid copper wound bass strings

     •     Aluminum alloy action rails

     •     Yamaha balanced action

     •     Spruce keys with hardwood buttons

     •     Premium Yamaha designed hammers with T-fasteners

     •     Specially designed hammer shanks

     •     Reinforced keyframe pin with adjustable guide

     •     Hardwood reinforced keyframe

     •     Sostenuto

     •     Cut thread tuning pins

     •     Polyester finish

     •     Resin sheet foundation

     •     Lid prop stopper

     •     Solid brass casters

     •     Vacuum Shield Mold Process (V-Pro) plate

     •     Seasoned for destination

MAIN FEATURES

Crafted with uncommon care and integrity

Yamaha grand pianos have earned a global reputation as instruments of outstanding quality and value. Renowned for their eloquent expressive range, and for their reliable performance over time, they play an important role in the performing arts and music education. They are consistently among the pianos most highly recommended by piano tuner/technicians and a leading choice of pianists at all levels, all over the world.


The Yamaha reputation rests on a century-long tradition of uncompromising care and craftsmanship, supported by an unmatched range of integrated expertise, top-of-the-line production facilities, and an exceptionally skilled, knowledgeable and dedicated workforce. Our strength in the full range of relevant technologies allows us to produce virtually every part of every piano ourselves – an approach that has helped us initiate significant advances and set what has long been recognized as the industry standard in quality control.


An open dialog with professional musicians generates invaluable input that, in conjunction with sophisticated research facilities, has led to continual advances in each new generation of Yamaha pianos. Our global network offers Yamaha customers additional advantages, from cost-efficient regional manufacturing to the ready availability of sales and support throughout most of the world.


Balancing cutting-edge technology and innovation with the timeless skills of expert artisans, Yamaha pianos have come to represent an unsurpassed standard of affordable excellence. It is a standard that continues to generate ever-higher acclaim and make Yamaha grand pianos the first choice of many of the world's most discriminating pianists.

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MAIN FEATURES

GC2

5' 8" Classic Collection Grand Piano

MSRP

: $27,999.00

The beautiful new GC2 combines the duplex scaling and rich tonal character of the coveted C2 grand with cost-saving advantages in materials and production to create an instrument that's both exceptionally expressive and uncommonly affordable.

Unparalleled in their beauty and musical range, grand pianos are the ultimate expression of the piano maker's art. Embodying over 100 years of accumulated expertise, these instruments epitomize the quality, performance and value for which Yamaha has long been renowned, as we enter the second century of Yamaha grand pianos.

     •     Advanced scale design

     •     Solid spruce soundboard and ribs

     •     Soft-Close™ fallboard

     •     Complete tone collector system

     •     Dovetail joints

     •     Solid maple bridge and caps

     •     Duplex scaling

     •     Solid copper wound bass strings

     •     Aluminum alloy action rails

     •     Yamaha balanced action

     •     Spruce keys with hardwood buttons

     •     Premium Yamaha designed hammers with T-fasteners

     •     Specially designed hammer shanks

     •     Reinforced keyframe pin with adjustable guide

     •     Hardwood reinforced keyframe

     •     Sostenuto center pedal

     •     Cut thread tuning pins

     •     Polyester finish

     •     Resin sheet foundation

     •     Lid prop stopper

     •     Solid brass casters

     •     Vacuum Shield Mold Process (V-Pro) plate

     •     Seasoned for destination

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Crafted with uncommon care and integrity

Yamaha grand pianos have earned a global reputation as instruments of outstanding quality and value. Renowned for their eloquent expressive range, and for their reliable performance over time, they play an important role in the performing arts and music education. They are consistently among the pianos most highly recommended by piano tuner/technicians and a leading choice of pianists at all levels, all over the world.


The Yamaha reputation rests on a century-long tradition of uncompromising care and craftsmanship, supported by an unmatched range of integrated expertise, top-of-the-line production facilities, and an exceptionally skilled, knowledgeable and dedicated workforce. Our strength in the full range of relevant technologies allows us to produce virtually every part of every piano ourselves – an approach that has helped us initiate significant advances and set what has long been recognized as the industry standard in quality control.


An open dialog with professional musicians generates invaluable input that, in conjunction with sophisticated research facilities, has led to continual advances in each new generation of Yamaha pianos. Our global network offers Yamaha customers additional advantages, from cost-efficient regional manufacturing to the ready availability of sales and support throughout most of the world.


Balancing cutting-edge technology and innovation with the timeless skills of expert artisans, Yamaha pianos have come to represent an unsurpassed standard of affordable excellence. It is a standard that continues to generate ever-higher acclaim and make Yamaha grand pianos the first choice of many of the world's most discriminating pianists.

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GB1KE3

5' Classic Collection Grand Piano

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C1X

5' 3" Classic Collection Grand Piano

MSRP: $36,739.00

C2X

5' 8" Classic Collection Grand Piano

MSRP: $42,499.00

C3X

6' 1" Classic Collection Grand Piano

MSRP: $58,929.00

C5X

6' 7" Classic Collection Grand Piano

MSRP: $61,639.00

C6X

7' Classic Collection Grand Piano

MSRP: $68,879.00

C6X

7' 6" Classic Collection Grand Piano

MSRP: $79,999.00

CX Series pianos feature a thickened back frame for improved support, providing a rich, resonant tone.

One of the most important factors in achieving a rich tone is the support provided within the instrument. When playing powerful fortissimo the force exerted on the instrument causes it to bend slightly, losing energy. The part of the piano that accepts this force and transforms it into deep reverberation is called the back frame, which could be likened to the skeleton in a human body. On the C3X for example, this back frame is approximately 20% thicker than on other pianos, providing significantly improved support, and reflecting the considerations on which the CX Series has been completely redesigned.

The new soundboard resonates with the emotions of the performer.

A violin is built around a beautiful body with three-dimensional swellings and a delicately curved shape, which is similar to the three dimensional concave design in a piano soundboard called the “crown.” The manufacture of this crown is pivotal to the crafting of any piano, and is thus of paramount importance to piano engineers in addressing the problem of how to transmit the vibrations of the strings from the soundboard into the surrounding air efficiently. Yamaha has taken experience accumulated through many years of crafting pianos and combined it with unsurpassed engineering ability to ensure that the soundboard always provides superb projection. The resulting design capitalizes on physical phenomena unique to the craft of piano-making, to create a soundboard assembly with a structure that allows it to vibrate easily, something that would not have been possible without the deep understanding of the traditional art of piano crafting that goes hand-in-hand with Yamaha's experience and engineering know-how. The same techniques developed for gluing the soundboard, ribs, and bridge in the CFX are used for the C3X and above—models which require a great deal of projection—and the process of installing the resulting soundboard assembly into the piano body has been investigated carefully. This has resulted in dramatically improved projection and the unprecedented response that performers demand.

Revolutionary new music wire offers beautiful sustain and harmony.

It is music wire that actually creates sound of a piano. While affected by its matching with the hammers, soundboard and body of the piano, music wire has a profound effect on the timbre and sustain of the instrument. The CX Series utilizes music wire that produces a rich sound with a full complexity of overtones in its middle and upper registers. Coupled with the support from a solid foundation, this gives CX Series pianos a rich, harmonic sound.

Expertise in frame making shines through in robust quality.

The frame in a modern piano must be able to withstand a total string tension in excess of twenty tons; not only does the frame work together with the wooden body to support the string tension, but it has a profound effect on the instrument’s sound. Yamaha makes its own frames, relying on a method of casting referred to as the “vacuum process,” developed over many years to create some of the best piano frames in the world. During this time we have built up a storehouse of knowledge on factors such as the manner in which controlling the temperature and composition of casting, and even the coating used on the frame itself, affects the acoustic characteristics of the piano. This is a major reason that Yamaha is able to ensure reliable quality when crafting our pianos.

Hammers based on those of the CFX Series.

Great hammers are essential to producing a beautifully expressive, malleable sound. Yamaha, unlike most other piano manufacturers, produces most of its own high-quality components, and is constantly looking for new ways to use the abilities developed through doing so to give our piano hammers tonality, resilience, and power. The CX Series has also benefitted from the results of this research and development, and utilizes the same felt as the CFX, adjusted to match the size of each instrument in the series. This ensures that all CX Series pianos possess a clear range of tonal colors and a nuanced, expressive sound.

Voicing and regulation breathes life into the piano.


Pianos offer pianists only a limited amount of freedom; indeed, apart from the pedals, the pianist’s scope for expression is limited to the 10 mm travel of each of the 88 keys on the keyboard. Even so, the combination of the pedals with the speed and velocity applied to the keys produces a range of tonal changes so broad that they cannot be reproduced with current digital technology. This is the true soul of an acoustic instrument, allowing the pianist to obtain an incredible amount of expression from just 10 mm of key travel. That is precisely why Yamaha devotes so much time voicing their pianos so that the intentions of the pianist are conveyed to the strings. In regulation, a craftsman adjusts the movement of the action so that it accurately transmits every nuance of the pianist’s touch. In voicing, the hammers, which cause the strings to emit sound, are pricked with a pick to create a balanced tone that will respond beautifully when played. Even today, in an era when technology continues to evolve rapidly, these tasks remain the domain of skilled craftsmen who must ensure the high quality of these instruments, and are the main reason that Yamaha has remained one of the top piano makers in the world.

Voicing and regulation breathes life into the piano.


CX Series pianos feature a completely revamped design. Following in the footsteps of the CF Series concert grand, the CX Series design features simple, elegant lines, focusing on the characteristic legs of the piano in doing away with any excess ornamentation. This elegance is set off by a solid pedal box that allows performers to depress the pedals with as much power as they want, one aspect of a philosophy epitomizing "functional design" that allows pianists to become one with their instrument as they play. In order to provide the best playability possible, CX Series grand pianos offer white keys made of Ivorite™, which has a feel, color, and absorbency very similar to natural ivory, while natural ebony has been used for the black keys.

The peace of mind that comes with a Yamaha grand piano

- The CX Series is equipped with a lid prop stopper to prevent your fingers from being caught when the piano lid closes unexpectedly. - The fallboard is fitted with a soft landing mechanism that means you no longer have to worry about the fallboard shutting on your fingers unexpectedly.

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MSRP

: $19,999.99

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GC1TA

MSRP

: $31,579.00

Real acoustic piano

Most importantly, a TransAcoustic™ piano is a wonderfully crafted acoustic piano produced in-house through Yamaha's vertically integrated manufacturing process. This guarantees high-level playability, long lasting durability and a beautiful sound. When the hammers strike the strings, vibrations travel through the solid-wood soundboard creating a vibrant tone that will stimulate the senses.

The TransAcoustic™ piano offers 19 pre-installed sounds, allowing you to select a voice that perfectly matches your music. Select from the award-winning Yamaha CFX Concert Grand, or from a number of electric pianos, organs, strings and much more! Additionally, you can connect any external sound source to be played back through the entire instrument.

Enjoy different sounds

Combine acoustic and digital sound

Thanks to their unique construction, TransAcoustic ™ pianos allow you to layer the natural resonant sound of the acoustic piano together with the voices from the tone generator. Perhaps the most scintillating sounds are created by combining the acoustic and digital properties of the instrument – for example, gentle orchestral strings seemingly played form an acoustic piano – to achieve sonic textures with natural quality not found on any other instrument.

Silent Piano SH included

The TransAcoustic™ Piano features Yamaha's renowned SILENT Piano™ SH technology, so practice sessions can also be conducted with headphones. The binaural sampled CFX concert grand piano sample uses a dummy head recording technique to capture the sound from the player's natural listening position. This offers the perfect environment to play without being disturbed or disturbing others. For all SILENT Piano benefits check our SILENT Piano™ web page.

A New Breed of Piano

An acoustic piano with volume control, or a digital piano with strings? Yamaha's latest development stretches the imagination and opens up a whole new world of possibilities.

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