2004 Yamaha C3 (Conservatory) Grand Piano, satin ebony

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year 2004
manufacturer Yamaha
model C3
finish Satin
color/wood Ebony
size 6'1"
id 1965
2004 Yamaha C3 (Conservatory) Grand Piano, satin ebony - Grand Pianos

Wow, this piano is as clean as you'll find! This single-owner piano (from a million dollar home) is an absolute beauty! Built in 2004, it is "as new".

The Yamaha C3 measures 6'1" and is from Yamaha's Conservatory Series. The traditional, satin ebony cabinet is a bit more subdued and does not "scream at you" quite as loudly as the high-gloss ebony does. This is the type of cabinet you see on most of the Steinways on concert stages. So, if you're not a fan of the "mirror" finish, this just might be the perfect fit!

Featuring Ivorite keytops (which mimic the feel and texture of real ivory), you can "grip" the keys a little better than you can on plastic keytops. The touch is silky smooth and very responsive. 

The piano just arrived and hasn't even been tuned yet, but still sounds FANTASTIC! She has a big, powerful sound and would be the ideal instrument for a church that seats around 250 or 300. In your home, this piano will fill the room and sound like a concert grand. 

This Yamaha C3 grand piano has a duet bench, perfect for hanging out and playing four-hand pieces with your best friend (or your grandkids). Plenty of room for your music, too.

The new C3X lists for $57,999. You can save OVER $35,000 and have a piano that looks and plays every bit as fine. Right here, right now. But don't ponder too long, or this piano could be long gone.

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