Comparison Of Yamaha Piano Models
|Matthew Performing an excerpt of Mozart's K310 Sonata
in A Minor on a
Yamaha G3 Grand dating from 1978 at Walsall Town Hall, Walsall, West
Here are video demonstrations of various Yamaha Piano models ranging from
Upright to Grand that I have tuned and serviced personally. I believe it will
give the viewer a chance to hear the different characteristics and tonal range
each piano model has to offer. Even though each Piano is unique (even the same
model of piano can sound different to another depending on so many variables -
the way it has been voiced, hammers etc) so this collection of videos is treated
as a guide.
YAMAHA UPRIGHT PIANOS
Here is a demonstration of the Yamaha U3S from 1997 after it has been turned. It is a truly wonderful instrument. As I have said many times you can't go wrong with Yamaha.
#yamaha #piano #tuning
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www.matthewjamesrichards.co.ukPosted by Piano Tuner Wolverhampton Matthew James Richards on Monday, 23 July 2018
Playing the Yamaha YU5 after tuning. These uprights are some of the best new Pianos available
Playing some Jess Glynne in there too!
#yamahs #upright #pianoPosted by Piano Tuner Wolverhampton Matthew James Richards on Thursday, 5 July 2018
|Yamaha U3S (1997)
|Yamaha YU5 (1998)
Demonstration of the Yamaha M5J Piano from 1970
I think it is great to compare the different Yamaha models of Piano. I am compiling a page featuring these videos on my website in due course
#yamaha #piano #pianistPosted by Piano Tuner Wolverhampton Matthew James Richards on Tuesday, 24 July 2018
Yamaha M5J (1970
|Yamaha V118 - British Made Model (2007)
YAMAHA GRAND PIANOS
Test driving the Yamaha C1 after pitch rase to concert pitch. This C1 is an exceptional sounding one. Testing the quality across the whole compass of the Piano.
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#yamaha #grandPosted by Piano Tuner Wolverhampton Matthew James Richards on Wednesday, 4 July 2018