Sauter

Yamaha

See separate listing for Disklavier in “Buying an Electronic Player-Piano System.” However, see below for Disklavier models and prices.

Yamaha Corporation of America
P.O. Box 6600
Buena Park, California 90622
714-522-9011
800-854-1569
infostation@yamaha.com
www.yamahapianos.com

Pianos made by: Yamaha Corporation, Hamamatsu, Japan and other locations (see text).

Torakusu Yamaha, a watchmaker, developed Japan’s first reed organ, and founded Yamaha Reed Organ Manufacturing in 1887. In 1899, Yamaha visited the U.S. to learn how to build pianos. Within a couple of years he began making grand and vertical pianos under the name Nippon Gakki, Ltd. Beginning in the 1930s, Yamaha expanded its operations, first into other musical instruments, then into other products and services, such as sporting goods and furniture, and finally internationally.

Export of pianos to the U.S. began in earnest about 1960. In 1973, Yamaha acquired the Everett Piano Co., in South Haven, Michigan, and made both Yamaha and Everett pianos there until 1986. In that year, the company moved its piano manufacturing to a plant in Thomaston, Georgia, where it made Yamaha consoles, studios, and some grands until 2007, when a depressed piano market and foreign competition forced it to close its doors. Since then, the company has introduced new models, made in other Yamaha factories, to replace those formerly made in Thomaston.

Yamaha is probably the most international of the piano manufacturers. In addition to its factories in Japan, Yamaha has plants in Mexico, China, and Indonesia. Yamaha pianos sold in the U.S. are made in Japan, China, and Indonesia. In 2009, Yamaha closed its factories in England (with Kemble) and Taiwan. Models formerly made in those factories are now being produced in Yamaha’s other Asian plants. Yamaha also owns the renowned Austrian piano maker, Bösendorfer.

Yamaha’s console line consists of the 43″ model b1, in continental style, with a laminated soundboard; and the 44″ models M460 and M560 in furniture style (freestanding legs), representing two levels of cabinet sophistication and price. All are internally similar (except for the soundboard) and have a compressed action typical of a console, which means that the action will not be quite as responsive as in larger models.

The studio line consists of the popular 45″ model P22 in institutional style (legs with toe blocks) with school-friendly cabinet; the furniture-style version P660; and the 45″ model b2, with a less-expensive institutional-style cabinet. The b2 replaces the Chinese-made model T118. All studio models are internally similar, with a full-size action. All Yamaha verticals under 48″ tall are now made in the company’s Indonesian factory, which has been making pianos for more than 30 years and, according to Yamaha, adheres to the same quality standards as its Japanese plant.

The uprights are the very popular 48″ model U1; the 48″ model b3, which is made in Indonesia, has the same scale design as the U1, and replaces the Chinese-made model T121SC; and the 52″ model U3. The U3 joins the YUS5 (see below) in having a “floating” soundboard — the soundboard is not completely attached to the back at the top, allowing it to vibrate a little more freely to enhance the tonal performance. A new Super U series of uprights (YUS1, YUS3, and YUS5) have different hammers and get additional tuning and voicing at the factory, including voicing by machine to create a more consistent, more mellow tone. The YUS5 has German Röslau music wire instead of Yamaha wire, also for a mellower tone. This top-of-the-line 52″ upright also has agraffes, duplex scaling, and a sostenuto pedal (all other Yamaha verticals have a practice/mute pedal). The U- and YU-series uprights are all made in Japan and come with soft-close fallboards.

Yamaha verticals are very well made for mass-produced pianos. The taller uprights in particular are considered a “dream” to service by technicians, and are very much enjoyed by musicians. Sometimes the pianos can sound quite bright, though much less so now than in previous years. The current version of the model P22 school studio is said to have been redesigned to sound less bright and to have a broader spectrum of tonal color. Double-striking of the hammer in the low tenor on a soft or incomplete keystroke is a problem occasionally mentioned in regard to Yamaha verticals by those who play with an especially soft touch. This tendency is a characteristic of the action design, the trade-off being better-than-normal repetition for a vertical piano. If necessary, it’s possible that a technician can lessen this problem with careful adjustment, but at the risk of sacrificing some speed of repetition.

Yamaha grands come in several levels of sophistication and size. The Classic Collection consists of the 5′ model GB1K, the 5′ 3″ model GC1M, and the 5′ 8″ model GC2. The GB1K has simplified case construction and cabinetry, no duplex scale, and the middle pedal operates a bass-sustain mechanism. It does have a soft-close fallboard. It is currently the only Yamaha grand sold in the U.S. that is made in Indonesia. The GC1M and GC2 have regular case construction, duplex scale, soft-close fallboard, and sostenuto pedal.

The Conservatory Classic and Conservatory Concert Collections of C-series grands were replaced in 2012 with the CX series, consisting of the 5′ 3″ model C1X, the 5′ 8″ model C2X, the 6′ 1″ model C3X, the 6′ 7″ model C5X, the 7′ model C6X, and the 7′ 6″ model C7X. The new CX series incorporates some of the design elements of the limited-production CF series (see below) into the higher-production C-series pianos to create a sound more like that of a high-end American or European instrument — see our review of the CX series here. Features include a European spruce soundboard crowned using CF-series technology, a thicker rim and bracing, German music wire, additional time spent voicing, regulating, and tuning by very skilled craftsmen, and some changes in cabinet design.

Both the C and CX models have the advanced construction, scaling, and cabinetry mentioned earlier, including a true sostenuto pedal and a soft-close fallboard. Both also have vertically laminated bridges with maple or boxwood cap. The vertically laminated design is similar to that found in Steinways and other fine pianos, and is considered to give the bridges greater strength and resistance to cracking and better transmission of vibrational energy. All C and CX grands have keytops of Ivorite™, Yamaha’s ivory alternative.

The new CF Series, one of two Yamaha Premium Collection lines, comprises the 9′ model CFX (replacing model CFIIIS), and the 6′ 3″ model CF4 and 7′ model CF6 (respectively replacing, in the U.S., models S4B and S6B). The pianos in this collection are made in a separate factory to much higher standards and with some different materials: e.g., maple and mahogany in the rim, which is made more rigid, for greater tonal power, than in the other collections; higher-grade soundboard material; a treble “bell” (as in the larger Steinways) to enhance treble tone; German strings, and hammer and scaling changes, for a more mellow tone; as well as the more advanced features of the other collections. The result is an instrument capable of greater dynamic range, tonal color, and sustain than the regular Yamahas. The new CF-series pianos have a thicker rim and more substantial structure than their predecessors, for greater strength and tonal projection, and the method for developing the soundboard crown has been changed to allow the soundboard to vibrate more freely and with greater resonance. The models CF4 and CF6 have an open pinblock design reminiscent of some European pianos, which gives the tuner slightly greater control over the tuning pins. Yamaha says that the CF series represents 19 years of research and development by its craftsmen, designers, and engineers. The Yamaha concert grand is endorsed and used by a number of notable musicians, including Michael Tilson Thomas, Chick Corea, Elton John, and Frederic Chiu.

The second Premium Collection line, added in 2017, is the SX Series, positioned between the CX and CF lines and comprising the 6′ 1″ model S3X, the 6′ 7″ model S5X, the 7′ model S6X, and the 7′ 6″ model S7X. The SX series uses the same soundboard and scale-design approach as the flagship CFX model; has a completely new hammer design derived from testing more than 100 prototypes; and, most significant, has a new, thicker rim construction in which the wood is treated with a patented accelerated-aging process called Acoustic Resonance Enhancement, to give the piano a warmer, more romantic sound with a wider range of expression.

The price differences between the SX and CF models are related to their production processes: the CF instruments are fully handcrafted, whereas the SX pianos are built with a combination of handcraftsmanship and innovative technologies. Yamaha says that SX pianos are intended especially for institutions and smaller concert venues, the CF models for larger concert halls.

Yamaha grands have historically been a little on the percussive side and have been said not to “sing” as well as some more expensive pianos. The tone has been very clear and often bright, especially in the smaller grands, although the excessive brightness that once characterized Yamahas has long since been corrected. The clarity and percussiveness are very attractive but are less well-suited for classical music, which tends to require a singing tone and lush harmonic color. On the other hand, Yamaha has long been the piano of choice for jazz and popular music, which may value clarity and brightness more than the other qualities mentioned.

In recent years, however, Yamaha has been trying to move away from this image of a “bright” piano whose sound is limited to jazz. First with its larger grands, and later with the smaller ones, Yamaha has changed such things as bridge construction and hammer density, and provided more custom voicing at the factory, to bring out a broader spectrum of tonal color. Now, with its Premium Collection models, and the innovative soundboard, hammer, and rim technologies used in their design and construction, Yamaha has come fully into the world of instruments suited for classical music (as well as jazz).

Both Yamaha’s quality control and its warranty and technical service are legendary in the piano business. They are the standard against which every other company is measured. For general home and school use, piano technicians probably recommend Yamaha pianos more often than any other brand. Their precision, reliability, and performance make them a very good value for a consumer product.

Until recently, Yamaha made an entry-level line of pianos under the name Cable-Nelson. This is the name of an old American piano maker whose roots can be traced back to 1903. Yamaha acquired the name when it bought the Everett Piano Company, in 1973, and used the name in conjunction with Everett pianos until 1981. The most recent Cable-Nelson models were made in Yamaha’s factories in China and Indonesia.

There is a thriving market for used Yamahas. If you’re considering buying a used Yamaha, please read “Should I Buy a Used, ‘Gray Market’ Yamaha or Kawai Piano?” on pages 176–177 of The Piano Book, and “Buying a Used or Restored Piano.”

Yamaha also makes electronic player pianos called Disklaviers, as well as a variety of hybrid acoustic/digital instruments — including Silent Piano (formerly called MIDIPiano), TransAcoustic Piano, and the AvantGrand series, that account for a substantial percentage of the company’s sales. These products are separately reviewed in the articles “Buying an Electronic Player-Piano System” and “Hybrid Pianos.”

Warranty: Yamaha — 10 years, parts and labor, to original purchaser.

See the Introduction to Brand Profiles, Models, and Prices for an explanation of pricing.

Model & Pricing Guide

Yamaha Verticals

Model
Inch
Description
MSRP
SMP
b1 Continental
43
Ebony Polish with Chrome Accents
$5,499
$5,499
b1 Continental
43
Ebony Polish
$5,399
$5,399
b1 Continental
43
White Polish
$5,499
$5,499
M560
44
Hancock Brown Cherry Satin
$8,899
$8,899
b2
45
Ebony Polish with Chrome Accents
$7,699
$7,484
P22D
45
Ebony Satin
$8,799
$8,472
b2
45
Ebony Polish
$7,499
$7,284
b2
45
Mahogany, Walnut, or White Polish
$7,899
$7,684
P660 Sheraton
45
Brown Mahogany Satin
$10,899
$10,899
P22D
45
Walnut or Dark Oak Satin
$9,199
$8,873
P660 Queen Anne
45
Brown Cherry Satin
$10,899
$10,899
U1
48
Mahogany or White Polish
$14,299
$14,299
U1
48
Mahogany or White Polish
$14,299
$14,299
YUS1
48
American Walnut Satin
$20,499
$19,441
YUS1
48
Ebony Polish or Satin
$16,999
$16,259
U1
48
American Walnut Satin
$14,299
$14,299
b3
48
Mahogany, Walnut, or White Polish
$9,999
$9,040
U1
48
Ebony Polish or Satin
$11,999
$11,999
b3
48
Ebony Polish with Chrome Accents
$9,499
$8,850
b3
48
Ebony Polish
$9,299
$8,649
SU7
52
Ebony Polish
$42,499
$40,789
YUS5
52
Ebony Polish
$42,499
$40,343
SU7
52
Ebony Polish
$39,999
$38,390
YUS5
52
Ebony Polish
$21,699
$20,598
U3
52
American Walnut Satin
$17,099
$16,798
U3
52
Ebony Polish
$14,899
$14,398
U3
52
Mahogany Polish
$17,099
$16,798
YUS3
52
Mahogany Polish
$22,499
$21,198
YUS3
52
Ebony Polish
$19,599
$18,598
YUS3
52
Mahogany Polish
$23,799
$22,423
U3
52
Ebony Polish
$15,699
$15,171
U3
52
American Walnut Satin
$17,999
$17,682
U3
52
Mahogany Polish
$17,999
$17,682
YUS3
52
Ebony Polish
$20,699
$19,642

Yamaha Disklavier Verticals

Model
Inch
Description
MSRP
SMP
DYUS1ENST
48
Mahogany or White Polish
$39,099
$35,936
DYUS1ENST
48
American Walnut Satin
$39,099
$35,936
DYUS1ENST
48
Ebony Polish or Satin
$35,599
$32,754
DU1ENST
48
Mahogany or White Polish
$32,899
$31,316
DU1ENST
48
American Walnut Satin
$32,899
$31,316
DU1ENST
48
Ebony Polish or Satin
$30,599
$28,979
DYUS5ENST
52
Ebony Polish
$41,399
$38,141
DYUS5ENST
52
Ebony Polish
$39,399
$36,298

Yamaha Silent Verticals

Model
Inch
Description
MSRP
SMP
b1SC2
43
Ebony Polish
$9,499
$9,498
b1SC2
43
Ebony Polish with Chrome Accents
$9,599
$9,599
b1SC2
43
White Polish
$9,599
$9,599
P22DSC2
45
Walnut or Dark Oak Satin
$12,999
$11,898
b2SC2
45
Ebony Polish
$11,499
$10,498
P22DSC2
45
Ebony Satin
$12,599
$11,498
b2SC2
45
Mahogany, Walnut, or White Polish
$11,899
$10,898
b2SC2
45
Ebony Polish with Chrome Accents
$11,699
$10,698
b3SC2
48
Ebony Polish with Chrome Accents
$13,299
$11,898
b3SC2
48
Ebony Polish
$13,099
$11,698
U1SH2
48
Mahogany or White Polish
$17,999
$17,698
U1SH2
48
Ebony Polish or Satin
$15,899
$15,558
U1SH2
48
Mahogany or White Polish
$17,999
$17,698
U1SH2
48
Ebony Polish or Satin
$15,899
$15,558
b3SC2
48
Ebony Polish
$13,099
$11,698
b3SC2
48
Ebony Polish with Chrome Accents
$13,299
$11,898
b3SC2
48
Mahogany, Walnut, or White Polish
$13,899
$12,198
U3SH2
52
Ebony Polish
$19,399
$18,098
U3SH2
52
Mahogany Polish
$21,599
$20,498
U3SH2
52
American Walnut Satin
$21,599
$20,498
YUS3SH2
52
Ebony Polish
$24,099
$22,298
YUS3SH2
52
Mahogany Polish
$26,999
$24,898
YUS5SH2
52
Ebony Polish
$26,199
$24,298
U3SH2
52
Ebony Polish
$19,399
$18,098
U3SH2
52
Mahogany Polish
$21,599
$20,498
U3SH2
52
American Walnut Satin
$21,599
$20,498

Yamaha Grands

Model
Feet
Inch
Description
MSRP
SMP
GB1K
5
0
Georgian Satin Mahogany
$19,799
$19,587
GB1K
5
0
American Walnut/Mahogany/White Polish
$18,599
$17,337
GB1K
5
0
Cherry Satin French Provincial
$20,799
$20,059
GB1K
5
0
Georgian Satin Mahogany
$18,799
$18,598
GB1K
5
0
Ebony Polish
$15,299
$14,398
GB1K
5
0
Cherry Satin French Provincial
$19,699
$18,998
GB1K
5
0
American Walnut/Mahogany/White Polish
$17,699
$16,498
GB1K
5
0
Ebony Polish
$15,999
$15,057
C1X
5
3
Ebony Polish or Satin
$39,899
$35,803
C1X
5
3
American Walnut Satin
$48,699
$43,184
C1X
5
3
Mahogany or White Polish
$48,699
$43,184
GC1M
5
3
Ebony Polish or Satin
$25,899
$25,687
C1X
5
3
American Walnut Satin
$46,369
$41,118
GC1M
5
3
Mahogany or White Polish
$32,999
$30,362
GC1M
5
3
American Walnut Satin
$31,299
$28,798
C1X
5
3
Ebony Polish or Satin
$37,999
$34,098
GC1M
5
3
Ebony Polish or Satin
$24,599
$24,398
C1X
5
3
Mahogany or White Polish
$46,369
$41,118
GC1M
5
3
Ebony Polish or Satin
$25,899
$25,687
GC1M
5
3
American Walnut Satin
$32,999
$30,362
C2X
5
8
American Walnut Satin
$55,999
$50,272
C2X
5
8
Mahogany or White Polish
$55,999
$50,272
GC2
5
8
Mahogany or White Polish
$36,599
$33,653
GC2
5
8
Ebony Polish or Satin
$30,999
$28,806
GC2
5
8
Ebony Polish or Satin
$29,699
$27,598
GC2
5
8
Mahogany or White Polish
$34,799
$31,998
C2X
5
8
Ebony Polish or Satin
$43,999
$40,198
C2X
5
8
Ebony Polish w/Chrome Accents
$45,699
$41,398
C2X
5
8
Mahogany or White Polish
$53,399
$47,938
GC2
5
8
American Walnut Satin
$34,799
$31,998
GC2
5
8
American Walnut Satin
$36,599
$33,653
C2X
5
8
Ebony Polish or Satin
$45,999
$42,025
C2X
5
8
American Walnut Satin
$53,399
$47,938
C2X
5
8
Ebony Polish w/Chrome Accents
$47,999
$43,482
C3X
6
1
Mahogany or White Polish
$69,999
$62,798
C3X
6
1
Ebony Polish or Satin
$60,899
$54,913
C3X
6
1
American Walnut Satin
$73,399
$65,848
C3X
6
1
Mahogany or White Polish
$73,399
$65,848
S3X
6
1
Ebony Polish
$81,899
$78,748
C3X
6
1
Ebony Polish or Satin
$57,999
$52,298
C3X
6
1
American Walnut Satin
$69,999
$62,798
S3X
6
1
Ebony Polish
$77,999
$74,998
CF4
6
3
Ebony Polish
$114,299
$114,299
CF4
6
3
Ebony Polish
$109,099
$109,099
C5X
6
7
Ebony Polish or Satin
$66,999
$60,917
C5X
6
7
American Walnut Satin
$81,699
$73,047
C5X
6
7
Mahogany or White Polish
$81,699
$73,047
S5X
6
7
Ebony Polish
$88,999
$84,810
C5X
6
7
Ebony Polish or Satin
$63,899
$58,098
C5X
6
7
American Walnut Satin
$77,799
$69,560
C5X
6
7
Mahogany or White Polish
$77,799
$69,560
S5X
6
7
Ebony Polish
$84,999
$80,998
C6X
7
0
American Walnut Satin
$85,999
$77,718
C6X
7
0
Mahogany or White Polish
$85,999
$77,718
S6X
7
0
Ebony Polish
$95,599
$92,998
CF6
7
0
Ebony Polish
$123,899
$123,398
C6X
7
0
Ebony Polish or Satin
$74,799
$67,969
C6X
7
0
American Walnut Satin
$90,199
$81,514
C6X
7
0
Mahogany or White Polish
$90,199
$81,514
S6X
7
0
Ebony Polish
$99,999
$97,278
CF6
7
0
Ebony Polish
$129,799
$129,274
C6X
7
0
Ebony Polish or Satin
$71,199
$64,698
C7X
7
6
Ebony Polish or Satin
$86,899
$78,208
C7X
7
6
American Walnut Satin
$104,699
$93,684
C7X
7
6
Ebony Polish or Satin
$82,999
$74,698
C7X
7
6
Mahogany or White Polish
$104,699
$93,684
C7X
7
6
American Walnut Satin
$99,999
$89,478
C7X
7
6
Mahogany or White Polish
$99,999
$89,478
S7X
7
6
Ebony Polish
$109,899
$105,711
S7X
7
6
Ebony Polish
$104,999
$100,998
CFX
9
0
Ebony Polish
$194,299
$194,299
CFX
9
0
Ebony Polish
$185,799
$185,799

Yamaha Disklavier Grands

Model
Feet
Inch
Description
MSRP
SMP
DGB1KENCL
5
0
Classic Ebony Polish (playback only)
$25,499
$24,554
DGB1KENST
5
0
Ebony Polish
$30,249
$28,259
DGB1KENST
5
0
American Walnut, Mahogany, White Polish
$32,849
$30,539
DGC1ENST
5
3
Ebony Polish or Satin
$44,499
$42,184
DGC1ENST
5
3
American Walnut Satin
$51,599
$46,859
DGC1ENST
5
3
Mahogany or White Polish
$51,599
$46,859
DC1XENST
5
3
Ebony Polish or Satin
$58,499
$52,301
DC1XENST
5
3
American Walnut Satin
$67,299
$59,682
DC1XENST
5
3
Mahogany or White Polish
$67,299
$59,682
DGC2ENST
5
8
Ebony Polish or Satin
$49,599
$45,308
DGC2ENST
5
8
American Walnut Satin
$55,199
$50,151
DGC2ENST
5
8
Mahogany or White Polish
$55,199
$50,151
DC2XENST
5
8
Ebony Polish or Satin
$64,599
$58,525
DC2XENST
5
8
Ebony Polish w/Chrome Accents
$66,599
$59,980
DC2XENST
5
8
American Walnut Satin
$74,599
$66,771
DC2XENST
5
8
Mahogany or White Polish
$74,599
$66,771
DGB1KENCL
5
0
Classic Ebony Polish (playback only)
$24,299
$23,398
DGB1KENST
5
0
Ebony Polish
$28,899
$26,998
DGB1KENST
5
0
American Walnut, Mahogany, White Polish
$31,299
$29,098
DGC1ENST
5
3
Ebony Polish or Satin
$42,299
$40,098
DGC1ENST
5
3
American Walnut Satin
$48,999
$44,498
DGC1ENST
5
3
Mahogany or White Polish
$48,999
$44,498
DC1XENST
5
3
Ebony Polish or Satin
$55,699
$49,798
DC1XENST
5
3
American Walnut Satin
$64,069
$56,818
DC1XENST
5
3
Mahogany or White Polish
$64,069
$56,818
DGC2ENST
5
8
Ebony Polish or Satin
$47,399
$43,298
DGC2ENST
5
8
American Walnut Satin
$52,499
$47,698
DGC2ENST
5
8
Mahogany or White Polish
$52,499
$47,698
DC2XENST
5
8
Ebony Polish or Satin
$61,699
$55,898
DC2XENST
5
8
Ebony Polish w/Chrome Accents
$63,399
$57,098
DC2XENST
5
8
American Walnut Satin
$71,099
$63,638
DC2XENST
5
8
Mahogany or White Polish
$71,099
$63,638

Yamaha Disklavier Pro Grands

Model
Feet
Inch
Description
MSRP
SMP
DC3XENPRO
6
1
Ebony Polish or Satin
$85,249
$74,921
DC3XENPRO
6
1
American Walnut Satin
$97,749
$85,858
DC3XENPRO
6
1
Mahogany or White Polish
$97,749
$85,858
DS3XENPRO
6
1
Ebony Polish
$131,899
$126,309
DCF4ENPRO
6
3
Ebony Polish
$164,299
$162,645
DC5XENPRO
6
7
Ebony Polish or Satin
$91,349
$80,929
DC5XENPRO
6
7
American Walnut Satin
$106,049
$93,054
DC5XENPRO
6
7
Mahogany or White Polish
$106,049
$93,054
DS5XENPRO
6
7
Ebony Polish
$138,999
$132,326
DC6XENPRO
7
0
Ebony Polish or Satin
$99,149
$87,979
DC6XENPRO
7
0
American Walnut Satin
$114,549
$101,526
DC6XENPRO
7
0
Mahogany or White Polish
$114,549
$101,526
DS6XENPRO
7
0
Ebony Polish
$149,999
$144,909
DCF6ENPRO
7
0
Ebony Polish
$179,799
$177,055
DC7XENPRO
7
6
Ebony Polish or Satin
$111,249
$98,222
DC7XENPRO
7
6
American Walnut Satin
$129,049
$113,696
DC7XENPRO
7
6
Mahogany or White Polish
$129,049
$113,696
DS7XENPRO
7
6
Ebony Polish
$159,899
$153,281
DCFXENPRO
9
0
Ebony Polish
$244,299
$243,216
DC3XENPRO
6
1
Ebony Polish or Satin
$80,899
$71,098
DC3XENPRO
6
1
American Walnut Satin
$92,899
$81,598
DC3XENPRO
6
1
Mahogany or White Polish
$92,899
$81,598
DS3XENPRO
6
1
Ebony Polish
$117,999
$112,998
DCF4ENPRO
6
3
Ebony Polish
$149,099
$147,598
DC5XENPRO
6
7
Ebony Polish or Satin
$86,799
$76,898
DC5XENPRO
6
7
American Walnut Satin
$100,699
$88,360
DC5XENPRO
6
7
Mahogany or White Polish
$100,699
$88,360
DS5XENPRO
6
7
Ebony Polish
$124,999
$118,998
DC6XENPRO
7
0
Ebony Polish or Satin
$94,099
$83,498
DC6XENPRO
7
0
American Walnut Satin
$108,899
$96,518
DC6XENPRO
7
0
Mahogany or White Polish
$108,899
$96,518
DS6XENPRO
7
0
Ebony Polish
$135,599
$130,998
DCF6ENPRO
7
0
Ebony Polish
$163,899
$161,398
DC7XENPRO
7
6
Ebony Polish or Satin
$105,899
$93,498
DC7XENPRO
7
6
American Walnut Satin
$122,899
$108,278
DC7XENPRO
7
6
Mahogany or White Polish
$122,899
$108,278
DS7XENPRO
7
6
Ebony Polish
$144,999
$138,998
DCFXENPRO
9
0
Ebony Polish
$225,799
$224,798

Yamaha TransAcoustic Series

Model
Feet
Inch
Description
MSRP
SMP
YUS1TA2
48
Ebony Polish
$22,599
$21,098
U1TA2
48
Ebony Polish
$17,899
$17,558
YUS3TA2
52
Ebony Polish
$26,099
$24,298
YUS5TA2
52
Ebony Polish
$28,199
$26,298
GC1TA2
5
3
Ebony Polish
$33,099
$32,098
C1XTA2
5
3
Ebony Polish
$46,499
$41,798
GC1TA2
5
3
Ebony Polish
$33,099
$32,098
C1XTA2
5
3
Ebony Polish
$46,499
$41,798
C3XTA2
6
1
Ebony Polish
$66,499
$59,998
C3XTA2
6
1
Ebony Polish
$66,499
$59,998