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True classical neck feel with superb sound through headphones or amplifiers.
2-way paintable floor monitor has a 12" driver, a 2" tweeter, and 60Hz-16kHz frequency response (-10dB). 350W...
The S70 XS Music Synthesizer combines the sounds of the flagship Motif XS, a handcrafted S6 piano, and the...
SW118V: 18" cast frame driver, Response down to 30Hz Efficient Bass reflex design.
This percussion pad contains 1,277 high quality voices and can be used as a MIDI controller. Flash RAM allows...
This latest refinement of the Club Series features a 12" woofer with 350W program handling and 2"...
Custom style Bb spatula. Adjustable thumb rest. High F# key. Advanced body taper. Lower vent tube. Key post...
Yamaha has been building instruments longer than just about anyone else. In fact, that's what the company was founded on. One look at their logo will show you that - have you ever noticed that it's a trio of tuning forks? Yamaha's history is long and impressive, but that's not the only thing keeping them on top: their standards for quality are unbeatable and they make so many different instruments and accessories that you'll find something here for you no matter what instrument you play, from the grand piano to the bassoon.
One of Yamaha's greatest strengths may be their devotion to learning musicians. If you're just starting out with an instrument, you're sure to find plenty of impressive student-oriented models here to help you out. On the other hand, if you're a veteran artist searching for the best, Yamaha hasn't forgotten about you - especially when it comes to electronic instruments like keyboards and synths, which are a few of their specialties.
Maybe it's not an instrument you're looking for at all, but instead, some gear for the stage or your studio. Once again, Yamaha can definitely deliver. They have a selection of mixers, PA systems, amplifiers, headphones, monitors and plenty more equipment that's second to none. If it's instrument accessories that you're after, never fear: Yamaha makes some excellent sustain and volume pedals, as well as plenty of specialty equipment such as the Silent Brass series of mutes that let you listen to your horn through a pair of headphones.
It would take a novel to describe every last product in the Yamaha lineup, so the best way to get a grasp of what they have to offer is simply to take a look for yourself and start narrowing the categories down to your areas of interest. With Yamaha, it's not an exaggeration to say that every single piece of equipment used in a performance is available, so whatever your musical needs are, this is a great place to fill them.