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Identify and Care for your piano parts and wood types

Seeing the woods for the trees: identify and care for your piano parts

Seeing the woods for the trees

We posted a blog earlier last year about the numerous different wood types used in various aspects and stages of piano making, including the pinblock, soundboard and action mechanism – and,

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Yamaha and the Pursuit of Perfection

Yamaha and the Pursuit of Perfection

For nearly a century and a half, Yamaha has been perfecting their craft.  Founded as a reed organ manufacturer by Torakusu Yamaha in 1887, the Yamaha Corporation quickly shifted their focus to producing pianos at the turn of the 20th century, bringing their first piano to market in the year 1900.

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Music Benefits Childhood Development

Introducing a child to learning music has been shown to have a great impact on their development. Not only are they learning how to play an instrument, the act of doing so benefits them in many other ways.

Research has shown that music-learning increases brain activity, IQ, problem solving and also supports language development.

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Yamaha TransAcoustic Pianos

TransAcoustic Piano

Yamaha TransAcoustic Piano

First and foremost, all TransAcoustic pianos are acoustic pianos.  TransAcoustic pianos have resonance and resounding reverberation produced by the superbly-crafted, high-quality soundboard.

By incorporating the touch and tone of a Yamaha acoustic piano with the all new TransAcoustic technology, these pianos inspires a new level of creativity and emotional expression.

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