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Introducing TransAcoustic™ 

TransAcoustic™ technology

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Newly developed TransAcoustic™ technology transmits digital sound directly to the piano soundboard, thus making the piano itself behave as a speaker. On a TransAcoustic™ piano, the sound that you hear is resonating directly from the soundboard. The tone generator sends an optimized audio signal to transducers that are connected by a coil to the soundboard. This sets the coils in motion, causing the soundboard to vibrate and generate sonic vibrations that travel through bridges attached to the soundboard, and are ultimately transmitted to the strings, making them resonate with sound.

Play piano at any volume

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There are times when the full sound of an acoustic piano may not be appreciated by your family or neighbors. For these situations, simply activate the TransAcoustic™ mode and the hammers will no longer strike the strings. Non-contact sensors under each individual key detect your keystroke depth, velocity and timing and send this information to the tone generator. Just adjust the volume and hear the digital sound of your piano performance coming from the entire instrument. Naturally, there is no need for headphones or external amplification.

Two World-Renowned Piano Sounds

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You can play TransAcoustic™ TA2 type with the voices of CFX, Yamaha’s finest concert grand piano, and Bösendorfer’s legendary Imperial. All 88 keys are sampled individually. As Yamaha’s flagship grand piano, the majestic CFX boasts a wide palette of tonal colors, from sparkling high notes to powerful bass tones. The legendary Bösendorfer, meanwhile, is renowned for its sonorous and rich Viennese sound.

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A broad sonic palette

TransAcoustic™ TA2 type offers total 20 pre-installed sounds such as electric pianos, harpsichord, organs, strings, choir, and synth pad, allowing you to select the ideal voice to match your preferred musical genre.

Combine acoustic and digital sound

Thanks to their unique construction, TransAcoustic™ TA2 type allow you to layer the natural, resonant sound of the acoustic piano together with voices from the tone generator. Perhaps the most scintillating sounds are created by combining the acoustic and digital properties of the instrument—for example, gentle orchestral strings seemingly played from an acoustic piano—to achieve sonic textures with a natural quality not found on any other instrument.

Play-along to music

Enjoy playing along with any of the 50 preset songs that come with TransAcoustic™ TA2 type, accompanying your playing with songs you have recorded yourself, or even with commercially available songs played back through the sound board. You can play a duet with yourself, or you can just sit back and listen to the playback.

Featuring SILENT Piano™ SH2

Yamaha's SILENT Piano™ SH2 technology allows practice sessions to be conducted with headphones. Yamaha's SILENT Piano™ SH2 technology also features a superb binaural sample from the Yamaha CFX concert grand piano recorded using special techniques to perfectly capture the sound from the player's natural listening position. These two technologies combine to create the perfect environment to play without disturbing others.

Rich resonance and subtle accurate reproduction

CFX Binaural Sampling *Only for SILENT Piano™ mode

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Yamaha’s advanced binaural sampling technology uses samples from the CFX, Yamaha’s acclaimed concert grand piano, recorded with specialized microphones that capture locational information and other nuances discerned by the human ear. The resulting sound is so natural, so enveloping, that you’ll soon forget you’re even wearing headphones at all.

VRM physical modeling-—the distinctive reverberation generated by the entire body of a concert grand piano *Only for SILENT Piano™ mode

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In a grand piano, sound resonates throughout the body of the instrument, producing a rich reverberation that envelops the listener in sound. This phenomena is reproduced perfectly through enhanced Virtual Resonance Modeling (VRM). The original VRM calculates the various states of the strings for each of the 88 notes on the keyboard, from one instant to the next, and timing and depth of damper pedals pressed. The enhanced VRM now also calculates aliquot resonance in the upper octaves, and the full resonance of the soundboard, rim, and frame. This technology allows for vivid, bright, richly-varied expression that reflects the limitless number of factors inherent in piano performance.

Stereophonic Optimizer (Piano Voices other than CFX Grand) *Only for SILENT Piano™ mode

Stereophonic Optimizer is an effect which reproduces the natural sound distance, like with the sound of Binaural Sampling, even though you are listening to it on headphones. When one of the Piano Voices other than CFX Grand is selected, the Stereophonic Optimizer is enabled.

Smooth Release-From staccato to legato, superbly expressive sound that responds to the player’s touch

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Featuring Yamaha's Smooth Release technology, TransAcoustic™ TA2 type offers the crisp tone heard when playing staccato as well as the lingering sound produced by releasing the keys more. This provides finely-nuanced response to the pianist’s playing.

Key-Off samples

The moment a pianist’s fingers are lifted from the keys of a grand piano, subtle changes occur in the instrument’s tone as the damper is lowered onto the strings to mute its sound. Key-Off samples features actual recordings of these changes, offering a faithful reproduction of the most subtle changes in the piano’s sound, allowing for a more realistic performance.

Unique Yamaha technology retains the all-important touch of the piano

Key sensors

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Under each of the 88 keys is a Yamaha-unique continuous-detection grey-scale shutter key sensor. These sensors detect the movement of the keys continually, allowing natural musical expression even when the piano is in TransAcoustic™ mode or SILENT Piano™ mode. Since they do not come into contact with the keys, these sensors do not affect the feel of the keyboard in any way.

Hammer sensors

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Grand piano with TransAcoustic™ TA2 type are fitted with hammer sensors that allow even slow keystrokes or rapid trills. To ensure that they do not affect the feel of the keyboard in any way, Yamaha uses non-contact sensors.

Quick escape system

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Grand piano with TransAcoustic™ TA2 type features a quick escape system that allows the sound muting mechanism to be fitted to a grand piano without sacrificing any of the playability or musical expression demanded of such instruments in an acoustic performance. This system allows optimal separation to be obtained between the hammers and strings by adjusting the distance between the hammers and strings, ensuring that the feel of the keyboard stays in the best possible condition whether playing acoustically or with the sound muted.

General functions

Smart Pianist APP

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The smart device app “Smart Pianist” (available as a free download) enables you to use the functions such as selecting Voices, controlling the metronome intuitively with the visualized interface, or display the score on your smart device.

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Sophosticated & simple design of the control panel

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The control unit has been given a sophisticated design that unobtrusively blends with the piano itself. Moreover, the simple controllers allow you to operate the instrument easily.

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For Polished White finished piano, the white colored unit will be installed.

Connection terminals

The USB TO HOST terminal allows you to connect to a computer or portable device and record high-quality audio without the need for an additional interface, while AUX OUT allows sound to be output to a variety of external devices (e.g. stereo components, IC recorders, speakers with built-in amplifiers, stereo systems), and AUX IN allows listening to sound from external devices (sound source modules and music players). MIDI OUTPUT transmits performance information to external devices such as synthesizers. MIDI IN allows the instrument to receive and playback performance information from sequencers using the tone generator of the TransAcoustic™ TA2.

Two recording systems (Built-in recorder and USB audio recorder)

The performance can be recorded in two different ways. It can be recorded either directly to the built-in recorder of a piano, or to a USB audio recorder, in which case the data stored in USB flash memory in WAV format can be played on a PC as well. Using a built-in recorder is more convenient if the players wish to listen to the recorded piece right away. It allows them to listen to the entire performance of a music piece or to go back and listen to a particular section of the piece. Since performances are saved in WAV format with a USB audio recorder, they can be recorded onto CDs or played on portable music players.

Open structured headphones- produce clear, high-quality sound

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The headphones that come with TransAcoustic™ TA2 type are designed in a way that minimizes the strain on users after long hours of playing. This newly employed headphones contribute to the improvement of sound quality as well as to the reduction of fatigue during performance.


TransAcoustic™ TA2 type has a built-in metronome that can be used in both TransAcoustic™ mode and SILENT Piano™ mode so that players can listen to precise rhythm while they play.

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Which Yamaha acoustic piano is best for beginners? ›

We personally recommend the CX Series, which is apart of the C Series family, which are world-renowned grand pianos. You can't go wrong with the Yamaha C3X or the C6X. The music wires, hammers, soundboard and even the back posts are nothing short of the highest premium quality one can expect to find in a grand piano.

How does Yamaha TransAcoustic piano work? ›

TransAcoustic Technology uses these acoustic elements to bring digital sounds to life, allowing you to adjust the volume and experience the piano in a whole new way. We created a state-of-the-art, ultra-light transducer that can turn digital sounds into vibrations and apply them directly to the soundboard.

How much is a Yamaha TransAcoustic grand piano? ›

Pricing and Availability

The Yamaha TransAcoustic TA2 series is available now with the following MSRPs: U1 TA2: $17,899. YUS1 TA2: $22,099. YUS3 TA2: $25,399.

What is silent vs TransAcoustic? ›

TransAcoustic piano – this is exactly the same as a silent piano but you have the extra option to use the piano's own soundboard as a speaker instead of using headphones.

What Yamaha piano does Elton John use? ›

It's "Piano A," the first and favorite of Elton's four 9-foot Yamaha Disklavier® DCFIII concert grands. "It's probably the most played, most traveled piano on the planet," says Keith Bradley, Elton's tour director. "Actually, Elton has four touring piano systems, which are represented by the letters A through D.

Do Yamaha pianos increase in value? ›

A Yamaha or Schimmel have great potential to hold and appreciate in value, but an “in house brand' of a piano store or a lower cost piano with a lesser known name is likely not to hold value well and likely will not appreciate.

How long does a silent piano last? ›

As a rough guideline though, we believe that acoustic pianos can easily last up to (and over) 100+ years with the correct maintenance.

Why do acoustic pianos sound better? ›

Unsurprisingly, the acoustic piano produces a better sound. The acoustic piano, as mentioned before, produces a sound when the hammer strikes a string. It gives you an authentic, acoustic sound that has a warmer, more resonant tone. You also have better control over the articulation and expression of the musical notes.

Do Yamaha guitars hold their value? ›

Description. Yamaha guitars hold their value extremely well, and in fact may appreciate over time, if they are properly cared for. Yamaha does not provide estimates of value on vintage instruments, but we want to help in any way that we can. You should know that the used guitar market can vary locally.

Why are Yamaha pianos so expensive? ›

Like virtually any product, brand name can have a huge effect on the value of the piano. The two most recognizable brands are Steinway and Yamaha, followed by Bösendorfer, Fazioli, Kawai and Baldwin. Expect to pay on the higher end of the scale for these instruments because of their long history and great reputation.

Why are Yamaha pianos so good? ›

Yamaha's sound is more capable of cutting through a mix than that of other pianos, which may be an advantage for certain genres of music. Additionally, the movements on the pianos are of the highest quality.

What is the point of a silent guitar? ›

The body of the guitar does not amplify the vibration of the strings into audible sound. Thanks to this, musicians can practice with headphones without disturbing people around them, or obtain an acoustic tone under heavy amplification without feedback.

What makes an acoustic guitar sound better? ›

Guitars sound best when the geometry is correct. This means getting all setup points adjusted properly and in balance. For instance, too much forward neck relief and a low saddle will cause a guitar top to not resonate efficiently.

Can a cheap acoustic sound good? ›

An inexpensive acoustic guitar can sound great if it is properly set up and well-made. There are many factors that affect the sound of an acoustic guitar, including the type of wood used, the bracing, and the construction.

What piano did Freddie Mercury use? ›

Freddie Mercury apparently used the same century-old Bechstein Grand Piano for "Bohemian Rhapsody" as Paul McCartney did seven year earlier for "Hey Jude." Both songs were recorded at Trident Studios in London's Soho district.

What piano does Billy Joel use? ›

Music is music.” He's unequivocal about his preference for Steinway pianos to tell his musical stories. “Guitarists talk about their guitar like it's a woman...they talk about the wood and the shape,” Joel has said. “It's the same thing with these pianos.” He speaks as a man in love.

What piano is used by Coldplay? ›

Kawai is delighted that legendary band Coldplay chose to use Kawai ATX2 upright pianos and MP series stage pianos thoughout their 2016-2017 touring in support of the 'Head Full Of Dreams' album. The schedule included their performance at the Super Bowl, pictured above.

Is Steinway or Yamaha better? ›

The difference between Yamaha and Steinway pianos is their pricing, sound quality, action and touch, and design. Steinway pianos are handmade with Canadian maple wood and Alaskan spruce. Yamaha's use Japanese craftsmanship and parts from East Asia and manufactures many of their high-quality components in-house.

Which series Yamaha is best? ›

These Are The Best Yamaha Digital Pianos
  • Yamaha CVP-809 – Dream instrument.
  • Yamaha CLP775 – My choice.
  • Yamaha CLP-735.
  • Yamaha CP-88 – Best stage piano.
  • Yamaha P-515 – Fantastic for intermediate to advanced.
  • Yamaha P-125 Best Intermediate.
  • Yamaha P-45 – Best beginners.
  • Yamaha Piaggero NP-32 – Budget.
Feb 17, 2023

What is the easiest piano style to learn? ›

According to the piano teachers, Jazz is one of the most easiest piano music genres to learn. However, you will need a strong musical sense to master jazz piano, because it is based on improvisation.

What is the lifespan of a Yamaha piano? ›

The average mass produced piano lasts 30 years. Hand-crafted pianos last substantially longer, often exceeding 50 years. Over time, the piano will need regular tuning, regulation, rebuilding, and other maintenance. A well-maintained piano can last in excess of 100 years.

Is a 20 year old piano still good? ›

Ten to Thirty Years

Normal regulation and voicing will maintain good tone and touch if usage is moderate. If the piano suffers wide temperature and humidity swings, it will being to show permanent deterioration during this time: loose tuning pins, rusty strings, soundboard cracks, and aging of the finish.

How often do you need to tune a Yamaha piano? ›

Pianos need regular tuning at least once a year to keep them up to pitch and playing the correct notes. In particular, piano strings stretch a great deal during the first year after purchase, and the piano should be tuned twice during this one-year period.

What happens if you don't tune a piano for 10 years? ›

If your piano has gone without tuning for an extended period of time, its pitch may have dropped well below standard pitch at which it was designed to perform. It may require a procedure called a "pitch raise"or "pitch correction".

How much does it cost to install silent system on piano? ›

Already have a piano, but want it to be silent? We can install a Genio silent system into almost any upright piano. Price of $2250.00 plus tax includes the silent system and the installation if you live in New York City.

Which digital piano is closest to real piano? ›

Hybrid Digital Pianos are the most expensive type of digital pianos. They usually have highest quality samples, sophisticated sound system, and action that fully replicates the action of an acoustic piano. Hybrid pianos come the closest (in all aspects) to real acoustic pianos.

Do pianos sound better on carpet? ›

Ideally, a piano player should play piano on a bare floor—not on a rug or carpet (unless they live in an apartment building and need to dampen the sound). The natural way to listen to orchestral instruments, including a piano, is on a hard floor. The ear simply wants to hear the reverberation off hard surfaces.

What are the disadvantages of acoustic pianos? ›

Acoustic pianos are unlike anything to play and listen to, but they are expensive, bulky, heavy, and require a lot of tuning and maintenance.

What is the best Yamaha acoustic guitar of all time? ›

Our Top Pick winner was the Yamaha FG830. This model is from their popular Folk Guitar series, and is one of the world's best selling guitars. It offers an incredible blend of price and quality, and is one of the most affordable “working musician” grade acoustics on the market.

Is Yamaha best guitar brand? ›

Yamaha is probably one of the top choices for any beginner, be it for acoustic or electric guitars. The quality and consistency you can get for your money is nothing short of phenomenal.

Why are Yamaha guitars so good? ›

Yamaha guitars, in general, provide excellent sound and reasonably priced instruments. The Yamaha guitars, in addition to being comfortable and easy to play, are simple to learn. As a result, they are a very good choice for those who are new to golf.

Is Yamaha more expensive than Steinway? ›

What are the differences in cost? A substantial one in some cases. Steinway pianos are typically quite a bit more expensive and can in some instances retail at twice the cost of Yamahas. So, if you're looking for a more cost-effective quality piano then a Yamaha may well be the more preferable option.

Which pianos hold their value? ›

While most pianos depreciate in value, there are some exceptions to that rule. You mainly see this happen with some of the bigger brands like Steinway, Fazioli, Bosendorfer, and Yamaha. Because the quality of their pianos is so good, they tend to hold their original value.

Where are best Yamaha pianos made? ›

The finest pianos ever assembled. The world famous Kakegawa Factory. For over 50 years, our piano factory in Kakegawa, Japan has been the birthplace of the world's finest pianos. Where Yamaha master builders create our iconic CF, SX, CX and GC grand pianos as well as the YUS and U series uprights.

Why are old pianos better? ›

Quality of materials and lever of craftsmanship In an older instrument, it is often the case that the quality of wood and craftsmanship was higher than what goes into new pianos today. In recent years, many of the traditionally European and American piano companies have now outsourced their production to Asia.

Do old pianos sound better? ›

Are old pianos better than new ones? The answer is: it depends. Old pianos can continue to sound wonderful for many years with regular maintenance and care, but even pianos that have deteriorated can often be restored to their former glory, and in many cases made to sound even better than when they were new.

Why do pianos sound better than keyboards? ›

Pianos consist of 88 keys and have a wide range of sounds and octaves. Generally, pianos have a larger range than keyboards. Keyboards can come in variations that have 88 keys, but they usually have fewer keys than a piano. As a result, pianos tend to be able to reach deeper bass notes and higher treble notes.

Is it OK to play acoustic guitar without a pick? ›

You may find you have a really natural ability with the pick or with using your fingers. Whether you use a pick or your fingers to pluck the strings on your guitar, make sure you are getting the best tone you can. Many guitarists have used both methods to amazing extents.

Why does Ed Sheeran use a small guitar? ›

Why is Ed Sheeran's Guitar So Small? Ed Sheeran's guitars are so small because he prefers the feel and sound of 3/4 size guitars compared to full-size guitars. The smaller body creates a different type of guitar tone which suits Ed Sheeran's style of music.

Does a guitar sound better without a pick? ›

Using a pick gives you a brighter and more consistent tone than using your fingers, because the pick is made of the same material throughout, while plucking strings with different parts of your fingers produces different sounds.

What makes an expensive guitar sound better? ›

Though most people won't really be able to tell the difference, expensive guitars typically use higher quality hardware, including knobs, pickup selector switches, bridges, nuts, and tuners.

What are the disadvantages of acoustic guitar? ›

Acoustic guitars usually have wider fretboards and these are more difficult for beginners to handle. Besides, they are more fragile than electric guitars. Beginners usually find it difficult to play the heavy strings of acoustic guitars.

Can a good guitarist make a cheap guitar sound good? ›

Yes, they can. If you are good enough, you can make any guitar sound good. Also, the amp and strings you are using have a huge impact on your tone. So if you replace stock strings with better ones and choose a solid amp, you can sound really good with a cheap guitar.

How much money should I spend on a guitar? ›

If you are considering an electric guitar then you should spend at least $200 and shouldn't spend over $400. If you are considering buying an acoustic or a classical then you should spend at least $150 and shouldn't spend over $250.

Do acoustic guitars get louder with age? ›

A few studies have found evidence that acoustic guitars get louder as you age. This is due in part to changes in the string break angle at the saddle, high action caused by neck warping, and a thinning finish. With all of these factors in mind, a significant increase in volume can be anticipated.

Which one is better Yamaha U1 or U3? ›

What are the main differences between the Yamaha U1 and U3? The main difference is the size, the U3 is 10 cm taller and 3 cm deeper. This allows for longer strings, particularly in the bass, and a bigger soundboard. The result is a richer overall tone that gives more tonal options to the pianist.

What is the best budget Yamaha keyboard for beginners? ›

Our sub-$300 list featured the Yamaha PSR-E363 as an option, and the Yamaha PSR-E273 finds itself in this list as our best budget arranger keyboard for beginners. The PSR-series is one of Yamaha's cheap arranger keyboard lines, and the Yamaha PSR-E273 is one of the cheapest models you'll find in this product range.

What piano should I buy first for beginners? ›

A 61 key piano is suitable for beginners looking to explore the piano. Digital pianos with less than 88 keys are great for learning early to intermediate pieces. They are also great for other activities such as music production, classroom activities, and group music activities.

What is the difference between Yamaha P and U? ›

The most important differences between the P and U Series are a softer and more “European” tone produced by an Austrian spruce 'Strunz' soundboard, a European style voicing of the hammers and softer styling with more rounded edges than the angular U1 and U3.

Is Yamaha U1 too bright? ›

There is misconception being circulated that Yamaha pianos are excessively bright, or cold sounding. This may often be true of the smaller, cheaper Yamahas such as the B1 or B2 but certainly not true of the larger, superior models such as the Yamaha U1 or U3 which often have a smooth, rich tone.

What is the difference between U2 and U3? ›

U. 3 has two IfDet pins whereas U. 2 only has one: U. 3 needs two to allow for sufficient different combinations to identify the different drives.

Is U3 louder than U1? ›

The big sister to the U1, the Yamaha U3, at 52” tall and 59” wide, offers many of the same advantages to the U1, and more. The U3 provides a sound which is both louder and richer, thanks to its larger soundboard surface area and longer bass strings.

Do I need 61 or 88 keys? ›

Key Considerations

For a beginner, 66 keys are sufficient for learning to play, and you can play most music on a 72-key instrument. For anyone interested in playing classical piano, however, a full 88 keys are recommended, especially if you plan on one day playing a traditional piano.

Which Yamaha keyboard is best for intermediate players? ›

Yamaha P-125 – Reliable and very popular intermediate model from the portable (P) line. Kawai ES120 – Affordable introduction to the Kawai brand.

How many hours should a beginner play piano? ›

How Long does it take to Learn Piano?
LevelDurationPractice Time
Beginner6-7 months0.5-1 hour daily
Intermediate1-2 years1-2 hours daily
Advanced5-8 years3-4 hours daily
Expert10-15 years5-8 hours daily
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What age is it easiest to learn piano? ›

What is the best age to Learn TO play piano? The best age to start piano lessons is typically between the ages of 6 and 9-years-old. While older students may have an easier time learning to play, students as young as 6-years-old can also learn since the keys of the piano are easy to operate.

How much should I spend on my first piano? ›

The keys should be touch-sensitive as well. On the lower end, a digital piano that meets these basic criteria can start at around $500-700. This would be considered the bare minimum for a quality musical instrument in the piano family. Some examples of this instrument level include the Roland FP-30 or the Casio PX-160.

How long does a Yamaha piano last? ›

The average mass produced piano lasts 30 years. Hand-crafted pianos last substantially longer, often exceeding 50 years. Over time, the piano will need regular tuning, regulation, rebuilding, and other maintenance. A well-maintained piano can last in excess of 100 years.

Are older Yamaha pianos good? ›

Used Yamaha pianos, even when a couple of decades old, are still great pianos. If you purchase one that has been very well taken care of and or refurbished, a used Yamaha piano can be just as enjoyable to play as a new one.

Is Yamaha replacing p125? ›

Update March 2023: Yamaha discontinued the P-125 model and replaced it with the P-125a. This is NOT an upgrade, the new model is virtually the same as the P-125 but doesn't come with a built-in USB audio interface.


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