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The Yamaha C1 is one of the world's most celebrated performance baby grand pianos, designed to be enjoyed and appreciated by the most discerning pianists. This C1 was manufactured in Japan in 2011; it has been privately owned and well maintained. We found this instrument to be very enjoyable to play, with a responsive action and crisp, clear tone with a surprising amount of body and complexity for its size. It's a clean and exceptionally late-model Yamaha that will make a beautiful addition to your home!
With the comparable Japan-made Yamaha baby grand (the model C1X) selling new for over $35,000, you'll appreciate the tremendous value afforded by this piano. It's not to be confused with the more entry-level Yamahas commonly available on the new piano market in this size range.
The Yamaha C series has been celebrated for decades as one of the world's best production grand pianos. Suitable for the most demanding of pianists, Yamaha C series pianos are found in some of the world's foremost performance and recording venues.
The C Series grands have long been the heart of the Yamaha grand piano line, offering superb sound, broad dynamic range and fine expressive control. Their classic styling and careful craftsmanship make them an elegant accent to any decor.
Unparalleled in their beauty and musical range, grand pianos are the ultimate expression of the piano maker's art. Yamaha is proud to present a comprehensive line of incomparable grands, reflecting the very latest in Yamaha acoustic and technological advances. Embodying over 100 years of accumulated expertise, these instruments epitomize the quality, performance and value of Yamaha has long been renowned.
Yamaha's commitment to the continuous reevaluation of the core processes of sound creation has made the grand pianos of the C series the best-selling grand pianos in the world. The technically-demanding regulation process that is essential to a grand piano's superior tone is given special emphasis in these instruments. Countless hours have been spent perfecting the hammers, strings, and the balance of the damping mechanism, with the final goal of rendering each and every note faithful to the intentions of the pianist.
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