Yamaha 7'6" Disklavier Pro - DC7PRO Mark II
This piano is being offered by the original owner. It has been meticulously maintained over the years in a private recording studio located in Florida.
The piano was manufactured in 1999 and has a Yamaha Disklavier Mark II control unit. It features Silent functions, XG instrumental tone generation, and MIDI and PC connections. The piano has recently been completely serviced for an important recording project. All service was performed by Yamaha certified Disklavier technicians, firmware updated, electronic components re-calibrated, pedals calibrated and adjusted, new strings, hammers replaced with brand new ABEL (German) hammers, complete key regulation and hammer regulation performed, voicing and tuning. You would have to search far and wide to find another C-7 that plays and sounds as good as this piano. The action is incredibly smooth and responsive and the sound is full, rich and balanced throughout.
The Yamaha DC7PRO is the ultimate variant of the Yamaha C-7 designed and manufactured by Yamaha Piano Corporation. This top-end professional model of the Yamaha Disklavier Piano line employs the most technologically advanced acoustic piano recording and playback system ever designed and built by Yamaha. The proprietary Yamaha Grand Silent System™ adds a versatile new dimension to the DC7PRO. With the touch of a button, you can prevent the hammers from striking the strings, while generating real-time digital piano reproduction through headphones. Using 30 megabytes of memory, the digital piano even recreates the harmonic resonance that results from incremental use of the sustain pedal. This is the piano of choice of many high-end recording studios and facilities throughout the world.
At an asking price of $35,000, this piano is available for less than half the list price, offering a unique opportunity to own this rare piano at an outstanding price. I can arrange delivery within USA and will include free delivery and set-up within the state of Florida.
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