25 Years Ago, Yamaha Introduced the First Digital Piano — the Clavinova
There is no question that the digital piano has assumed its place alongside the traditional acoustic piano as a serious musical instrument.
Professional and amateur pianists, as well as prominent musical institutions have all embraced the digital technology and use it to further their musical purposes. Whether used in a university teaching lab, a digital recording studio, or the corner of a bedroom in a small condominium, the digital piano overcomes the issues that often deter or prevent someone from using an acoustic piano. Tuning and maintenance costs disappear. Because you can play silently while wearing headphones, you'll never feel self-conscious or worry about disturbing anyone again.
Sophisticated sampling techniques coupled with accurate keyboard mechanics produce the tone and touch similar to an acoustic grand piano. When you factor in the current trends in artistic cabinet design (such as MODUS) you have quite a viable alternative to a traditional piano.
Digital pianos by Yamaha have become an important part of the success of Classic Pianos Cleveland. You will find each model on display throughout our Akron showroom.
You're invited to visit our store and discover Yamaha's state-of-the-art digital and “hybrid” pianos for yourself.