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Which piano is right for me?

Beginning piano student

Acoustic pianos are traditional pianos, meaning sounds are produced by hammers striking strings which vibrate. The touch, sound, dynamic range and tone color of an acoustic instrument are different from those that are digitally produced. A quality acoustic piano will benefit the student from day one, helping in the development of proper technique, finger strength and musical development. The Yamaha b Series offers high quality, affordable acoustic options.

Modern digital pianos are designed to sound and feel much like acoustic pianos. Weighted keys, hammer action, quality sounds, and lower price points make digital pianos a great option for beginners or those who just enjoy playing. In addition, digital pianos can be played with headphones and do not ever need to be tuned. The Yamaha Arius YDP-103, and the Yamaha CLP and CSP series of Clavinova pianos are quality, affordable options available at Jerry’s.

A piano for the whole family

The Yamaha CVP series of digital pianos is an entertainment experience for the whole family! In addition to realistic touch and response, you get high quality voices and superior backing/accompaniment tracks. The CVP also includes “Follow the Lights” technology, which makes it simple for even beginners to sound like a pro, AND karaoke! Truly fun for the whole family. The Yamaha CSP series teaches anyone how to play their favorite songs right out of their own music library! Stream lights make it easy to follow along and learn at your own speed.

Professional or advancing musician

Designed for the experienced pianist or the advancing musician, the Yamaha U series upright and DGB1 or GC series grand pianos are unparalleled in beauty and sound.

Yamaha's hybrid pianos are designed for musicians who require the feel and sound of a grand piano but don't have the space. The Yamaha N2 Avantgrand Hybrid piano offers a real grand piano key mechanism wedded to digital piano technology. You can play at any volume or with headphones and the instrument has a much smaller footprint and is lighter than a grand piano.

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