Beautiful Yamaha GP1 5'3 Baby Grand Piano Like New Condition

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Beautiful Yamaha GP1 5'3 Baby Grand Piano Like New Condition
'The Yamaha GP1 offers the power, tonality and expressive range of a classic Yamaha grand, and is specifically seasoned for the US market. The tuning stability, finish and overall musical integrity are enhanced over the long life expected of a fine piano' (www.Yamaha.com).

I have been the sole owner of this beautiful Yamaha Baby Grand Piano GP1 with beautiful polished ebony finish since purchasing it new in 2002. It has been carefully maintained in climate-controlled residential environments, away from sunlight, fluctuating temperatures, and other harmful atmospheric conditions. It was certified in March 2013 as being in like-new condition by a certified piano appraiser. It is a wonderful piano with sensitive keys for intricate playing and a beautiful, expressive sound. I have loved playing it and it was an excellent rehearsal instrument to prepare for my concerts during high school. It was appraised for $13,850 in the March 2013 appraisal (appraisal provided). I am regrettably offering it for sale for $9,100 in order to pay-off student loans. It is not in-need of any repairs. Please respond to this ad or contact me, Joseph Flanigan, directly at show contact info or show contact info for further details or to schedule a viewing (image provided is stock image from Yamaha website, pictures to be provided shortly).

More on the GP1 from the Yamaha website:
Yamaha utilizes a process that creates a permanent crown in the soundboard and at the same time minimizes soundboard cracking. The customer can feel confident that not only will the piano last for years, but the beautiful sound of a Yamaha piano will last a lifetime. The crown is reinforced with full-length ribs, ensuring the longevity of tone quality and improving tuning stability. The action rails are specially engineered by Yamaha with an aluminum alloy that allows stable, long-lasting action regulation and eliminates the usual fluctuations in wood rails caused by weather changes that effect touch. The actions are also tested and measured to obtain uniform down weight pressure, which allows for a lifetime of superior touch and control across the keyboard. In addition, Yamaha uses spruce for the keys, which is very light and possesses a high ratio of strength to weight. It is ideal for key construction, and the keyboard responds quickly providing fast repetition for the most intricate piece of music. Yamaha keyboards withstand heavy use over years of fortissimo passages.

See more on the GP1 here:
http://usa.yamaha.com/products/musical-instruments/keyboards/grandpianos/gp1/


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