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C Series » C7, C6, C5, C3, C2, C1


Benefiting from improvements in both resonance and expressive control, C series grands are the product of Yamaha's commitment to detail. With a wide range of available models available, the C series is able to meet the requirements of almost any performer.

C7's mellow sustain and tonal beauty are an inspiration to the performer's imagination.

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Yamaha's commitment to the continuous reevaluation of the core
processes of sound creation has made the grand pianos of the C series the
best-selling grand pianos in the world. The technically-demanding
regulation process that is essential to a grand piano's superior tone is given
special emphasis in these instruments. Countless hours have been spent
perfecting the hammers, strings, and the balance of the damping
mechanism, with the final goal of rendering each and every note faithful
to the intentions of the pianist.

Music Rack


An elegantly curved music rack.

Key Surfaces


White ivorite keys almost indistinguishable from ivory, side  by side with black keys made from an ebony-like wood composite that is profoundly natural to the touch.

Colors of Frame and Surfaces


Precisely matched colors in the Lavishly coated frame and surfaces make for a Luxurious appearance, further enhanced by a smooth veneer finish on the inner rim.

Brass Support Cups


Brass support cups on the piano lid further enhance the luxurious air of the entire instrument.


 Cabinet  Finish  Polished


 Dimensions  Width


 Height 102cm(40 1/2")
 Weight  Weight 415kg(913lbs)

Control Interface

 Keyboard  Number of Keys


 Key Surfaces - White lvorite®
 Key Surfaces - Black Wood composite
 Pedal  Type Sostenuto


 Lid  Prop Positions


 Prop Safety Stop Yes
 Edge Sculptured
 Key Cover  Lid/Fallboard Locks Yes
 Soft-Close Fallboard Yes

Q1: Yamaha pianos are mass-produced, but how do they compare with a handmade piano?

A1: The process of manufacturing a piano requires a large-scale facility and a hundredth of millimetre accuracy. A well engineered piano cannot be made by hand or with out dated facilities. Yamaha Pianos are crafted with a blend of leading-edge technology and innovation with timeless skills of expert artisans.

Q2: What does Yamaha make its soundboard out of?

A2: The soundboard is the heart and soul of the piano’s sound. For such an important part, Yamaha crafts its soundboard from select, high-quality Alaskan or Romanian Spruce.

Q3: What is a reconditioned piano?

A3: Reconditioned pianos are Second-hand pianos whos age could range between 20 to 50 years. Majority of reconditioned pianos are beyond the lifespan of a good piano and are imported from other countries at a low cost after being discarded by the customer.

Q4: What is the Big difference between a new Yamaha piano and a reconditioned piano?

A4: Although externally no visible difference can be made out between a brand new Yamaha piano and a reconditioned piano, the reconditioned piano undergos cosmetic touch-up work to cover its actual age and many worn out parts will be replaced with non-original parts to keep the cost low. All new pianos undergo a stringent stage of material selection and processing to ensure that the pianos are suitable for its country of destination. In second hand pianos, the materials in the piano may not necessarily be suitable for your climate.

Q5: Some Dealers offer a 10 year warranty on the piano?

A5: All genuine Yamaha pianos come with a warranty of term 1 year. However, if there is any abnormality that is a result of the manufacturing process, we take responsibility and guarantee the product.

Q6: Is there a difference between pianos manufactured in Japan and Indonesia.

A6: The quality of pianos manufactured in Indonesia and Japan are the same. The difference lies in the cost factor as labour in Indonesia is more economical. Our manufacturing units in both countries are owned, managed and run by Yamaha employees.

Conditions for a good piano are:

Accurate tuning
Brilliant tone
Rich Volume
Superior Sound Balance
Superior Touch
Excellent Durability
Refined Design
All these characteristics can be found in pianos manufactured in Japan and Indonesia.

Q7: How often should I get my piano tuned?

A7: Generally a piano is tuned once in every 6 months considering the change of seasons. However, a piano will lose its tuning under different conditions of temperature, humidity, frequency of playing, movement of the piano etc.

Nippon Enterprises South
‘Sterling Silver’ No. 24 & 25, Siva Ganga Road,
Off Sterling Road, Nungambakkam, Chennai - 600 034.
Tel: +91-44 4290 9800
E-mail: [email protected]

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