1/23/2014 [Pianos & Keyboards]
ANAHEIM (January 23, 2014) — Yamaha is previewing the SU7 luxury upright piano and C2X PE Chrome grand piano at the 2014 NAMM Show. This will provide dealers with an exclusive first look at these important models that will begin shipping in late 2014.
The SU7 upright piano represents not only the top of Yamaha's upright piano line, but also one of the highest quality instruments in that category on the market. Its handmade quality integrates superior materials, including the finest woods and hammer felt, to produce exquisite touch, tone and volume. The SU7 will appeal to professional musicians with limited space as well as to affluent upright piano buyers.
The C2X PE Chrome grand piano offers a stylish new take on the standard C2X PE model, featuring attractive chrome hardware and detail. A high quality, grand piano with a contemporary flair, the model will meet the demands of the contemporary design market and those seeking an exciting new look for their living spaces.
"These instruments meet the ever-changing market needs in both the handmade luxury and contemporary design markets," said Ed Bezursik, marketing manager, Acoustic Pianos, Yamaha Corporation of America. "We are excited to preview them at NAMM and to share these exciting new models with our dealers."
Pricing and Availability
The SU7 upright piano (MSRP: $39,899) will ship in Winter 2014. The C2X PE Chrome grand piano (MSRP: $41,499) will ship in Fall 2014.
For more information about the Yamaha SU7 and C2X PE Chrome pianos, visit the Yamaha booth at the 2014 NAMM Show in the Anaheim Marriott Hotel, Marquis Ballroom, running Jan. 23-26, or visit http://4wrd.it/YAMAHA_PIANOS.