Yamaha silent pianos making a noise with free hi-fi systems
Yamaha have announced details of an exciting 4-month promotion which will see all 'silent' upright and grand piano models sold between September and December being shipped with a superb award-winning M-430 Hi-Fi system completely free of charge to customers.
The campaign has been designed to highlight the benefits of Yamaha's Silent Series acoustic pianos and build awareness of the traditional craftsmanship and build quality of the instruments whilst emphasising that every piano in the extensive Yamaha range is also available as a silent model.
Yamaha's Leanne Hassan comments "We have created this promotion to highlight the traditional acoustic nature of the Silent Series and reinforce the fact that the instruments are 100% acoustic with the huge added advantage of being able to be played silently on headphones without compromising on sound or touch. An outstanding Piano and a superb Yamaha audio system, we really hope people take advantage of this great offer."
To support the campaign Yamaha have produced a highly informative and entertaining video which demonstrates the outstanding quality and capability of the Silent Piano range. Check out the video at www.yamahapianos.co.uk
Launched in 1985 the highly acclaimed Yamaha Silent Pianos have now become very popular throughout the world with customers demanding the highest quality Yamaha acoustic instrument yet requiring the facility to be able to occasionally use headphones for silent practice due to space limitations or sound level restrictions. As well as being a highly practical acoustic piano the instruments feature state of the art digital technology including additional sounds such as strings, harpsichord and choirs and digital reverb effects that significantly enhance the sounds. All the established models in the Yamaha piano range are available as silent models and the range is now proving increasingly popular as many more people opt to have the facility which are particularly ideal for city dwellers and families. They have also become firmly established with music teachers and schools studios where several students need to practice in restricted spaces.
The M430 that is being offered with the pianos is one of Yamaha's most popular audio systems, characterised by a big sound, superb design and packed with features including CD player, DAB radio and integrated iPod dock.
For full details visit www.yamahapianos.co.uk