Upright pianos Yamaha U3 for sale

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Year: 1977 Height: 131 cm
Country: ItalyCity: Pessano Con Bornago
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Year: 1984 Height: 131 cm
Country: United KingdomCity: Mansfield
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Year: 1986 Height: 131 cm
Country: ItalyCity: Paderno Franciacorta
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Year: 1989 Height: 131 cm
Country: ItalyCity: Paderno Franciacorta
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Yamaha piano, mod. U3
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Height: 131 cm
Country: GermanyCity: Swisttal
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Height: 131 cm
Country: GermanyCity: Fürth
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Year: 1967 Height: 131 cm
Country: United StatesCity: Stanton
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Year: 1976 Height: 131 cm
Country: United StatesCity: Stanton
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Height: 131 cm
Country: United StatesCity: Stanton
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Year: 1982 Height: 131 cm
Country: FranceCity: Nanterre
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Height: 131 cm
Country: FranceCity: Levallois-Perret
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Year: 1982 Height: 131 cm
Country: United KingdomCity: Bovingdon
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Year: 1979 Height: 131 cm
Country: SpainCity: Benalmádena
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Although piano music is mainly associated with Europe and has its roots there, it gradually spread worldwide. Piano and upright piano factories began to emerge not only in Germany, France, Austria, Poland, or Italy but also in the United Kingdom, the United States, and eventually in Asia. It is on this continent that one of the leading companies producing upright pianos and distributing them worldwide is located.

Of course, we are talking about the Yamaha brand. Although the company has many branches and currently touches various aspects of life, its beginnings are inseparably linked to the world of pianos.

Founded in the city of Kakegawa over 130 years ago, Yamaha (at that time the factory was called Nippon Gakki Company) began operating in 1887. Its establishment is associated with an unusual event when Torakusu Yamaha took on the repair of contemporary organs. Achieving success and foreseeing the potential of creating instruments, he decided to delve deeper into the construction of organs and soon build his own model. It was not a great success, but it prompted the creator to in-depth studies in the field of tuning and theoretical laws of music. Thus, in 1900, the first upright piano was created by Torakusu, and just two years later - in 1902, a grand piano was built, which won an honorary award at the world fair. This was the beginning of introducing Western instruments to the Eastern market. So far, in the first few years, Yamaha produced instruments for the Japanese market. In the following decades, the factory’s technicians traveled to Europe multiple times to learn from the best piano makers. The company also invited German craftsmen to improve the piano creation process, and as a result, by the thirties, they had a much-improved product. Currently, factories are located in Japan, the United States, and Indonesia. In the mid-20th century, Yamaha worked heavily on producing the CF piano - the number of facilities gradually increased, and the assembly techniques of individual parts and wood drying were becoming increasingly sophisticated.

Yamaha: Innovation and Tradition in Yamaha Upright Pianos

A globally recognized brand known for its exceptional craftsmanship and technological innovations. Their upright pianos, including concert models, upright pianos, and digital pianos, are valued for their rich, pure sound and reliable quality. Yamaha combines traditional craftsmanship with modern technology, making its instruments a popular choice among various users – from educational institutions to professional musicians.

Yamaha U3 vs. Yamaha U1

Yamaha U3 and Yamaha U1 are two popular upright piano models. The U3, with a height of 52 inches (about 132 cm), offers a deeper and fuller tone due to longer strings and a larger soundboard. It is preferred by professionals and advanced pianists due to its extensive tonal capabilities. On the other hand, the U1, being a smaller model with a height of 48 inches (about 121 cm), is more compact, ideal for smaller spaces, and often chosen by students and teachers.

Price and Dimensions

Yamaha U3 combines high quality with affordability, offering excellent value. Its dimensions, including a width of about 60 inches (about 152 cm) and a depth of about 26 inches (about 66 cm), make it ideal for various spaces, from homes to educational institutions and smaller concert halls. Yamaha offers upright pianos that combine innovation with tradition, with various models tailored to different users’ needs and preferences. The U1 and U3 models, each with unique features, demonstrate Yamaha’s commitment to delivering high-quality instruments for a wide range of pianists.

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