Yamaha have been crafting pianos since 1887, building a long-established tradition for quality, design and craftsmanship.
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Yamaha have been crafting pianos since 1887, building a long-established tradition for quality, design and craftsmanship. Their ‘Kando’ objective aims to synchronise technology and passion in order to create a superior product. All of the major parts for Yamaha pianos are made in their own workshop, by master craftsmen to guarantee a perfect quality and balance. It is this ethos, reputation and masterful execution that have led to such a high uptake by the musical world, with celebrity musician ambassadors such as Elton John, Jamie Cullum and Norah Jones, all choosing to use Yamaha pianos.
The depth and range of Yamaha’s catalogue means they cater for pianists ranging from the budding student to the experienced master, with a range of grand and upright pianos meaning there is a Yamaha piano for anyone.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why are Yamaha pianos so popular?
Why are Yamaha pianos so popular?
Yamaha's master craftsmen have always used the highest quality materials combined with experienced and skilled hands to construct each Yamaha piano by hand. All instruments by Yamaha have had each detail finely explored so that it can be suitable for all players, from the very beginner to the professional musician. Yamaha has been the leader throughout the years and here are just four reasons why:
- Consistent Quality
Yamaha pianos across the ranges are of constant high quality, whether it be a grand piano or a keyboard, the same care and high quality of materials will have been used during construction.
- Unbeatable Sound Quality
Yamaha enables even a digital keyboard player to produce sounds worthy of a concert hall.
- Mechanics Quality
The mechanics of a Yamaha piano are consistently balanced and this is an aspect of quality that is essential for a piano to maintain good play. How the keys feel, pedals endure and how well the hammers work all play a vital role in making the piano play as best it can and this is known and considered by Yamaha.
- Value for money
Yamaha pianos are expensive but this is well justified when you consider the following information; it has taken a team up to a year to build your Yamaha piano! In addition to this, the materials used are of the highest quality; from the mahogany and ebony woods to the ivory and silk finishes. Yamaha pianos are not in short supply and their fair price reflects this, although each Yamaha piano is made with no compromising on quality or cutting of corners so this means a player is getting better value for their investment, compared to other models.
Is a Yamaha keyboard the best you can buy?
Yamaha has considered all pianists, from beginner level to intermediate players, and has made it so players of all levels and skill can enjoy playing their Yamaha digital piano. With a wide range of expressions, capabilities, tones, and notes these instruments allow for skill development, growth, and endless enjoyment. A high-end digital piano, such as those built by Yamaha, are built better structurally than many other brands. Yamaha uses tougher metals, solid plastics, better electrical parts, and piano keys that are durable enough to withstand lots of wear and tear. In general, a digital piano will have a life span of 20 to 50 years, a Yamaha digital piano will be at the further end of this.
Can I get my money back if I change my mind about my Yamaha piano?
We have every item thoroughly checked by qualified technicians before they can even be added to a wishlist or basket. We want customers to be 100% satisfied with their item and we list all the relevant information about every item for sale to ensure mistakes aren't made when ordering. Information includes instrument dimensions, specs, colour, finish and delivery information. In the unlikely event, there is a fault with an item we will do our best to rectify this. If it is a change of mind then our team will work with you to find an alternative instrument.
Is a Yamaha piano the full package?
With a Yamaha a player has a piano that really does have it all; superior musical range, high-quality materials, and expert craftsmanship for its construction. A Yamaha piano is built to stand the test of time, being equally enjoyable to play or watch. They're also a financial investment. Whereas a lot of piano brands will lose their value over time, there are exceptions to this rule and these brands include Yamaha, as well as Steinway, Bosendorfer, and Fazil. These brands of piano are of consistently high quality so a Yamaha will usually hold its original value.