We are so happy to bring you a large selection of pre-owned Kawai & Yamaha pianos that are certified by JUPA (Japan Used Piano Association) with all Japanese parts, refurbished, new key tops, practice pedal, new adjustable padded bench and have received a grade A rating in the Action, Soundboard, Pins, Keys, and Body. http://www.jupa.or.jp . They are in flawless external condition and excellent internal condition. These are a great value and will save you money compared with expensive new Yamaha & Kawai pianos.
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The Yamaha U1 is designed for the experienced pianist and professional musician. It is a perennial favorite among discerning pianists and offers outstanding musical performance, setting the standards by which many other upright pianos are measured. It has outstanding tone, touch and durability.
The Yamaha U3 is designed for the experienced pianist and professional musician. It is a perennial favorite among discerning pianists and offers outstanding musical performance, setting the standards by which many other upright pianos are measured. It has outstanding tone, touch and durability.
KAWAI PROFESSIONAL UPRIGHTS
Kawai professional 48'', 49'', 52'' uprights are the perfect pianos for the advancing young pianist. If you are looking for an instrument to teach you better playing and ear training skills than your keyboard or digital can do, then select one from our huge selection of Kawai uprights. Long strings and the large soundboard give the piano plenty of power and dynamic range to work and grow with. Built in Japan and refurbished to like new Kawai upright pianos.
These pianos come with our 10 year parts and labor warranty.
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Grant's musical interest began when he was 9 years old.
He expressed an interest in music so his parents purchased a piano
and provided music lessons. He soon learned the value of being
instructed by quality teachers. “ Bad habits can develop,” he said,
“but a good teacher can prevent that by teaching students the correct
way to play, and take their students further.” Later, after he became a
Piano Teacher, he continued to study lessons so he could stay current
and offer his own students more knowledge.