A Tale of Two b’s: The Yamaha b1 and b1 Silent Upright Pianos

A Tale of Two b’s: The Yamaha b1 and b1 Silent Upright Pianos

Yamaha b1 and b1 Silent Upright Pianos
In this video, we take a look at 2 Yamaha b1 upright pianos – an acoustic only version, and the b1 Silent, which adds the ability to silence the acoustic piano, plug in headphones, and practice with the sounds of a digital piano which can be recorded. The Yamaha b1 upright pianos have a compact, sleek design, making them ideal for small spaces where you still want a full upright piano sound. And the silent b1 lets you practice anytime, day or night, without disturbing your neighbors or anyone else in the room.

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