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Yamaha Acoustic Upright Pianos

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Brand: Yamaha

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      30.04.2008 09:27

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      www.directpianohire.co.uk

      www.directpianohire.co.uk The leading provider of supplying quality hire pianos.

      We specialise in supplying pianos to the Music Industry and individual pianists with our online booking / payment system.

      Whether the instrument is being used for a wedding reception or for a concert at a major venue we will deliver the required instrument & concert stool for you, taking care of all logistics, from delivery & collection to tuning in situ. We are delighted to be able to offer you an extensive range of pianos for you to choose from, these include Steinway, Yamaha's and Bechstein's.

      We welcome all nature of enquiries and in view of the large number of enquiries we receive we would be very grateful if you could please email us with your specific requirement and our team will respond on the same working day with a fully inclusive quote.

      For an inclusive quotation please contact directpianohire.co.uk thanks

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      22.10.2000 21:02
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      As a manufacturer, Yamaha have been listening to the opinions and suggestions of its staff and consumers a lot recently. When Yamaha released the P200 stage piano, it received good reviews, but also lots of suggestions on how to improve it. Namely, a stage paino would normally be connected to a PA system and so wouldn't need its own speakers, MIDI funtions aren't that important on a stage and 'something lighter would be better'. Yamaha listened, thought about it, and released the P80. The weighted keyboard is as near to a piano a digital instrument gets, with Yamaha's 'Graded Hammer effect' working brilliantly. There are no speakers, so external amplification is essential, but this brings the price down from £1600 to £900, and cuts the wieght to half that of the P200. The sound, too is the best around. Yamaha have got it right with the P80, and it deserves to do well.

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