Category: Buying Guide

Identify and Care for your piano parts and wood types

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

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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

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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

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Yamaha TransAcoustic Pianos

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

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