1988 Yamaha C5 Grand

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year 1988
manufacturer Yamaha
model C5
finish Satin
color/wood Walnut
size 6'7"
id 84
1988 Yamaha C5 Grand - Grand Pianos

You can be the proud owner of a wonderful instrument that was played by the famous composer & entertainer, Mr. Marvin Hamlisch. Just prior to a concert here in Manhattan, he played this piano for a gala at the K-State Alumni Center.

This Yamaha C5 conservatory grand was made in 1988 and still looks brand new. From the shiny brass hardware to the flawless cabinet, you will be impressed with how pristine this beauty is. Measuring 6'7" in length, she has enough power to fill a large church, school auditorium, or other concert venue.

Walnut cabinets are extremely hard to find in anything over 6 feet anymore, due to the scarcity of large walnut trees. Most piano manufacturers charge a premium price for pianos made from walnut and many don't build grands over 6 foot in walnut except by custom order.

This instrument features a powerful voice that is perfect for accompanying congregational singing, a high school choir, or any other place that demands a full, expressive tone.

Although you could expect an MSRP of around $50K for a piano of this caliber, you don't have to waste a lot of money to own a concert-quality instrument. Take advantage of our modest pricing on this very hard-to-find instrument. We include one tuning in your home, school or church, a matching adjustable artist bench, a one year parts and labor warranty, our 100% trade-up guarantee for three years and friendly service!

Please call us at 1-800-950-3774 if you have any questions.


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