What’s the best way to recreate the touch and tone of a grand piano in an upright?
You take everything you learn from a century of crafting grand pianos and turn it on its head. Literally.
Which might explain why more professionals choose Yamaha upright pianos for their homes, practice spaces, recording studios, and small stages.
YUS Series pianos share many features from our Flagship CF Series pianos. From hand-wound German strings and concert quality hammer felt to meticulous voicing and regulation that brings out a range of colors more reminiscent of a grand piano than a traditional upright.
It’s quite simply the grandest sounding upright available.
Precise, ultra-responsive touch, clear, full-bodied tone and a reputation for reliability have made U Series pianos the choice of professional musicians, conservatories, teachers, students and music lovers, the world over. Add to that our legendary attention to every detail of every piano, and it’s no surprise that the U Series has been the world’s most popular upright for over half a century.
We took everything we learned from more than a century of crafting fine pianos to create an instrument to inspire the next generation of players. The result is an elegant, compact piano with a responsive keyboard and a clear, resonant tone. Whether you’re a beginner, a budding virtuoso or accomplished musician, the b Series is an absolute joy to play.
The P22 was designed for passionate players to enjoy the rich, resonant voice, responsive touch and exceptional tone Yamaha is known for.
The durable P22 is ideal for everyday use and has been the clear choice for schools, studios, religious institutions and even the home.
The Gallery Collection takes its design cues from classic 19th century European pianos. These traditional uprights are beautiful inside and out with a Yamaha advanced soundboard, precision components and a bright, balanced, warm tone. You simply can’t take your eyes, or your ears, off them.
Contact us today and come play the largest selection of Yamaha pianos in New England.