This lovely, heavy-weight 100% cotton blanket features art by Lena Liu. Use it to keep warm or display it as the perfect decoration for your music room. Measures 48" x 67" This Grand Piano blanket is perhaps our most thoughtful and useful gift offering.
New Arrival!The Yamaha Arius YDP-143 digital piano provides authentic acoustic piano touch and tone suitable for any aspiring pianist. The Graded Hammer Standard (GHS) keyboard action helps build proper finger technique and strength for an easy transition to playing on acoustic pianos. Improved Pure CF Engine delivers expressive, high resolution recordings of the Yamaha CFIIIS concert grand piano. Damper Resonance digitally recreates acoustic piano depth of tone when pedaling, while newly improved reverbs set the stage for you to replicate the feeling of playing in a variety of different environments. With 192-note polyphony, many of the most complex piano compositions can be played without any dropped notes, and the sustained notes ring through faithfully. The Arius YDP-143 is available in either rosewood or black walnut finishes, and the furniture-style cabinet exceeds all expectations of the typical electric piano, lending a classic piano look to any home.
New ArrivalReplacing the popular YDP-162, the new YDP-163 has Yamaha's latest innovations in digital piano touch and tone, while retaining its afforable price point. Here's some of the Arius YDP-163's featured improvements: Graded Hammer 3 keyboard action with three sensors and synthetic ivory keytops The Pure CF Engine on the YDP-163 more expressively delivers the Yamaha CFIIIS concert grand piano tone 20W stereo amplifier 192- note polyphony The YDP-163 has all of the conveniences of an electric piano without sacrificing the performance of an acoustic piano.Available in Black Walnut.
Out of StockAs a pianist's skill level rises, they require a keyboard action built for more serious playing. The Arius YDP-162's Graded Hammer action with Synthetic Ivory keytops give the performer a tactile surface reminiscent of the keys found on the finest pianos throughout history. And with a more powerful 20W stereo amplifier, its PureCF sampling more expressively delivers Yamaha's CFIIIS concert grand piano tone for the more experienced player. If your goal is to become a better pianist, the Arius YDP-162 digital piano is equipped to help make that goal a reality.In an attractive high polish finish, this is the most affordable shiny black Yamaha on the market! Come try it!
The best-selling Yamaha P-Series set the industry standard for what a compact, stylish digital piano should be. As the latest addition to this series, the P-255 offers a more authentic piano sound and feel than ever before. Thanks to its highly portable design, this digital piano can be played in any place or setting you desire. With Yamaha’s knowledge of digital audio and over 125 years of experience building fine acoustic pianos, you can rest assured that the P-255 will meet and exceed your expectations of a portable digital piano. Optional extras such as the matching L-255 furniture stand and the LP-255 piano-style 3-pedal unit make the P-255 a pleasure to look at and play, even at home.
Best Seller!The all-new Yamaha P-115 is here! Yamaha's follow-up to the industry's best-selling digital piano (the P-105) now has its own app for iOS. An elegant touch screen controller that makes getting to the features of the P-115 simple. P-Series has long been known for its compact and stylish lineup of products. The P-115 is a new model that offers improved piano performance, an enhanced speaker system, simple app operation and more. Comes with single footswitch pedal. Optional accessories are L-85 Furniture style Stand & LP-5A 3 Pedal unit (see additional images).
*Price above does not include L-255 stand and LP-255 Pedal unit picturedThe best-selling Yamaha P-Series set the industry standard for what a compact, stylish digital piano should be. As the latest addition to this series, the P-255 offers a more authentic piano sound and feel than ever before. Thanks to its highly portable design, this digital piano can be played in any place or setting you desire. With Yamaha’s knowledge of digital audio and over 125 years of experience building fine acoustic pianos, you can rest assured that the P-255 will meet and exceed your expectations of a portable digital piano. Optional extras such as the matching L-255 furniture stand and the LP-255 piano-style 3-pedal unit make the P-255 a pleasure to look at and play, even at home.
We sell and service many institutional pianos and for their needs, the grand piano stage dolly by Jansen is our first choice. A stage dolly will allow you to regularly move your piano freely, safely, and with less wear and tear. Still, a stage dolly in an investment that you will make one time and then, like most people, you will forget about it. For this reason, we recommend this piano dolly for its high-quality and low-maintenance. These piano dollies are appropriate for nearly all concert grand pianos approximately 9' in length. The radial arms extend to get the right fit. In fewer cases, if the stage dolly is used to replace large locking brass casters then you will need #6544R. Model #6544R has arms that compensate for the height difference made by these extra-large casters (like the ones pictured). If you are unsure of your order, please contact us. For most uses, we recommend upgrading to the locking casters (you need 2 - for the front wheels). This secures the piano even during an energetic performance.
PianoWorks’ Restoration is widely known among institutions, concert halls, musicians and technicians. With 30 years of rebuilding experience and a team of technicians with expertise and focus on achieving optimal performance of each piano, PianoWorks has earned the reputation for uncompromising quality. Our restoration clients appreciate our high standards and attention to details. PianoWorks offers complete restoration services including soundboard, bridge and full action replacement. Because these are very specialized skills that many shops and technicians are not trained to do, many technicians send their grands to us for this work. Link to our restoration web site below to see our shop and learn more about the services we offer. Although we specialize in restoring Steinway & Sons and Mason & Hamlin pianos, we regularly repair and restore other brands of performance grade grand pianos. Because not all pianos are worth the investment of restoring, we encourage you to call us. We will gladly discuss the best options for your piano. www.pianoworksrestoration.com Here are just a few of the institutions who have used our Restoration Services: University of Georgia Perimeter College Bob Jones University West Georgia University Florida State University Morehouse College University of Tennessee Emory University Mercer University (Macon) Kennesaw State University Reinhardt College Auburn University Agnes Scott College University of Louisiana (Lafayette) Georgia State University Wesleyan College LaGrange College Shorter College Presbyterian College Georgia Southern University Additionally, many pianos are restored for faculty members! Tips For Getting Started Your piano tuner has just advised you that major work needs to be done to your grand piano to restore it to its original performance level. You are now faced with the questions so many people ask . . .how much works needs to be done, where do I go for this kind of work, who do I trust, who has the skill level to do the work properly? Because there is limited information available to consumers, here are some tips to help you with those questions: 1) Look for a rebuilding shop with experience and technicians who are RPTs (registered piano tuners have met the standards set by the piano guild). Ask other piano technicians their opinion of the technical work done by the shop you are considering. 2) Have your piano evaluated and have them provide you with an estimate of the work needed. Ask questions and learn what work is needed to bring your piano to its full potential. 3) Determine if the shop is known for their cabinet refinishing, superior technical restoration or both. Which aspect is important to you? 4) Review their references, there should be a significant list. 5) If Universities are listed, know that they have researched thoroughly! They are a demanding clientele with high expectations as they have to answer for the tax dollars they are spending. 6) Play several pianos rebuilt by the shop so you can assess their performance level. 7) Visit the restoration shop for a better understanding of how they operate.
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The look and feel of quality in the Jansen wood top grand piano bench is the result of constant attention to detail. This sturdy bench feature hardwood frames and legs made of solid maple. The beveled top is supported by heavy duty hardware, hinged for quick access to the music storage compartment. This bench comes in Ebony, Walnut, Mahogany or Unfinished in ten leg styles. Satin finish is standard although High Polish is optional at an additional cost.
The look and feel of quality in the Jansen upholstered top grand piano bench is the result of constant attention to detail. This sturdy bench feature hardwood frames and legs made of solid maple or oak. The vinyl or optional leather seat comes in your choice of black or brown. Heavy duty hardware supports the hinged top for quick access to the music storage compartment. This bench comes in Ebony, Walnut, Mahogany or Unfinished in ten leg styles. Satin finish is standard although High Polish is optional at an additional cost.
Perhaps the earliest choice made when selecting a piano is whether to buy a grand piano or an upright piano. Here we will provide several points of comparison, some technical differences and a few reasonable generalities. Aesthetic Considerations: Pianos come in many shapes and sizes from spinets (or spinettes) to full concert grands. Upright pianos were originally developed to solve the customer's need for a space saving design. Prior to uprights, square grands enjoyed a generation of popularity (in the mid 1800's) before their outmoded design was replaced. The square shape was appealing and easy to plan a room around. The upright grand (very tall uprights) soon followed. Later designs became smaller due primarily to fashion and were placed in many homes and churches. Today we enjoy many choices from utilitarian designs sought after by institutions, console pianos that mimic many traditional furniture styles and new contemporary designs that embrace clean lines with exotic or fashionable materials. While the overwhelming majority of grand pianos today are ebony, upright buyers still like wood finishes making ebony vs. wood tone a more even split.
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