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  • Yamaha Series of Conservatory Grand Pianos Combine Superb Tone, Clarity and Touch

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    —Offering Remarkable Sound, Broad Dynamic Range and Fine Expressive Control, the C3XA and the C6XA Models  Take Music Making to New Levels—


    ANAHEIM,  Calif.— Yamaha Keyboard Division will display two exquisite additions  to its popular line of Conservatory Grand Pianos at Winter NAMM  2012: the new 6’1” C3XA and the 7’ C6XA grand pianos.

    The  Yamaha Conservatory Collection has long been the heart of the Yamaha  grand piano line, offering advanced sound, an extensive  dynamic range and fine expressive control. Striking the perfect balance  of tone and clarity, the C3XA and the C6XA represent the next  generation of conservatory grands. Both models offer beautiful warmth  across all areas of the keyboard and a round, full depth  of tone in the bass.

    “Fine  acoustic pianos require a broad range of tonal richness, and the new XA  Series delivers that ideal balance of tone, clarity  and warmth, making these pianos an absolute joy to experience,” said Ed  Bezursik, Yamaha Acoustic Piano Marketing Manager, Yamaha Keyboard  Division. “Yamaha continually strives for the finest sound and touch and  the two new XA models represent the latest refinement  of this craftsmanship.”

    The new C3XA and C6XA are currently shipping.


    For  more information on Yamaha’s acoustic piano offerings, visit Yamaha  Corporation of America at Winter NAMM 2012 in the Marquis  Ballroom at the Anaheim Marriott Hotel; write Yamaha Corporation of  America, Keyboard Division, P.O. Box 6600, Buena Park, CA 90622;  telephone (714) 522-9011; e-mail infostation@yamaha.com; or visit  www.yamaha.com.

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