As the the ONLY authorized Yamaha dealer in the Pittsburgh area, we offer all models of the premium Yamaha Clavinova line of digital pianos available today.
A next-generation piano sound source recorded from a world-class Yamaha full concert grand piano. And a keyboard that allows you to fully express emotions in sound. We have not only refined all performance-related elements, we have unified them into a piano capable of reproducing the player's original intentions. The result is true grand piano-like expressive capability, which we call "Real Grand Expression." With a beautiful appearance that makes you think of an upright piano and genuinely useful functions, these are digital pianos that refine to a high level everything you want for enjoyable piano performance. The Clavinova CLP Series.
With a wide range of interactive musical features, CVP Clavinovas make any musician the conductor of their own virtual orchestra or band. Practicing piano has never been this much fun. Clavinova CVP Series has a rich, subtle sound and exceptional dynamics from the gentle pianissimo to the powerful fortissimo. Models range from 10 voices (including harpsichord and organ) to hundreds of MIDI instruments, and many include effects, large full-color display screen, and even built-in karaoke. Internet Direct Connection (IDC) functions expand music enjoyment. The ultimate family-friendly instrument.
Combining the traditions of an acoustic instrument with the innovation of digital technology, the Hybrid Digital offers superb craftsmanship with the latest advanced technologies. The NU1 upright features the same acoustic piano action used in Upright pianos, and a refined, compact design.
Disklavier is the modern day version of the "player piano". Disklavier pianos are true acoustic pianos that incorporate fiber optic sensing systems, high performance solenoids, and state-of-the-art computer technology. These pianos can very accurately record piano performances and play back with all of the expression and nuance of the original performance. These instruments have many capabilities that provide a wide range of entertainment and educational uses.
Ever since the original Yamaha Disklavier introduced the marvels of hybrid acoustic/digital pianos back in 1986, these computer-age 'player' pianos have evolved into instruments that can reproduce 'live' acoustic piano concerts and ensemble music with instrumental backings and vocal tracks. Yamaha's unique combination of both acoustic and digital superiority has made it the obvious choice of music-lovers, pianists, and educators worldwide.