What kind of Yamaha piano do I have?

2021-02-28 by No Comments

What kind of Yamaha piano do I have?

You are looking for the piano’s serial number. If your model is a grand piano, this will be located on the gold plate, usually on the lower right hand side. On an upright model, the number will be on the same plate but will be located at the top right. Make a note of this serial number and go to the Yamaha website.

Are Yamaha pianos made in Japan?

Yamaha Pianos produced for the U.S. market have been manufactured in 4 locations: Hamamatsu, Japan. Thomaston, Georgia….Pianos Manufactured in Hamamatsu, Japan.

Year of Manufacture Serial Number
Jun-70 1040000
Jan-71 1130000
Jun-71 1230000
Upright Pianos Grand Pianos

Are Yamaha pianos still made in Japan?

Yamaha Pianos produced for the U.S. market have been manufactured in 4 locations: Hamamatsu, Japan. Thomaston, Georgia….Pianos Manufactured in Hamamatsu, Japan.

Year of Manufacture Serial Number
Jun-75 2036000 2043000
Jan-76 2154000 2153000
Jun-76 2247000 2253000
Jan-77 2384000 2362000

What kind of craftsmanship does Yamaha piano have?

Craftsmanship and innovation in perfect harmony. For over a century, Yamaha has blended a tradition of Japanese craftsmanship with innovations in modern materials and sound to create pianos of exceptional tone and breathtaking beauty.

What is the size of a Yamaha upright piano?

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.

Where can I find the serial number of a Yamaha piano?

If you have questions or concerns, please contact Piano Service at 714-522-9980, or see frequently asked questions, at: What’s the main issue with used Yamaha pianos not made for the US market?

How long has Yamaha been making acoustic pianos?

We spent more than 100 years perfecting the touch, tone and beauty of our acoustic pianos. Creating instruments with the power, precision and nuance the world’s great artists require to fully express themselves. So, what do we do for an encore? We spend more than half a century reproducing everything about them in a digital piano.