Piano Of The Week: Yamaha GC1 5’3″ Grand Piano

Piano Of The Week: Yamaha GC1 5’3″ Grand Piano

Yamaha GC1 5’3″ Grand Piano

The Yamaha GC1 is a 5’3″ grand piano that incorporates a warm, clear tone with an extraordinarily responsive keyboard action in an instrument that can fit into any home or studio. Yamaha is the leader and standard bearer that the piano industry looks to for this level of manufacturing quality control and consistency.

When buying a piano, it’s important to consider the length of the strings, which affects the size of the piano. A longer string, according to physics, will produce more overtones, which lends to the “richness” of sound desirable in a fine piano. Yamaha has done a remarkable job of preserving the richness of tone typically found in much larger pianos, thanks to their full duplex scale design. But don’t take our word for it – listen to this piano for yourself in the above video and let us know what you think!

 

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