An extremely rare hard-to-find model, the Yamaha U7 has the teak-on-teak wood finish, AAA solid spruce soundboard, very smooth and consistent action and a warm tone. This piano uses the same hammers and felt as Yamaha’s conservatory grand models, includes Agraffe construction, and has the full sostenuto pedal.
The U7 was built by Yamaha in the 1960s through 80s, was one of the finest uprights ever manufactured. They are highly sought after by serious musicians who don't have the space for a grand piano. The unique teak case has a beautiful design, and the tone is incomparable.
The seller is a Professional Pianist who purchased this piano brand new from Yamaha in 1986. Made in Japan for the North American market, this piano has always been serviced by top professional piano technicians.
Includes the matching bench and installed Dampp Chaser Dehumidifier.