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Yamaha

Yamaha is one of the biggest brands in the music instrument industry. The traditional manufacturer of acoustic pianos has regularly expanded its portfolio and today is the market leader in a wide range of music and audio equipment, acoustic instruments - including wind instruments, string instruments, digital pianos, keyboards, synthesizers, drums, guitars, PA equipment - from small mobile PA to professional PA systems. In all areas Yamaha is known for great innovations - e.g. the DX7 synthesizer and the silent systems for wind and string instruments.

About Yamaha

The exciting history of Yamaha goes back to 1887. Torakusu Yamaha was commissioned to repair the American harmonium at Hamamatsu Primary School. This gave him the idea of building similar instruments. Two years later he founded the Torakusu Yamaha Company. In 1892, 78 harmonies were sold. The development of further musical instruments and product lines followed rapidly.

A basic timeline:

1900: Production of the first Yamaha piano
1902: the first piano leaves the Yamaha factory
1922: Development of phonographs
1942: the first Yamaha acoustic guitar is born
1954: Music school, Hi-Fi, motorcycles...
1959: Yamaha develops the first E-Organ
1965: the development of wind instruments begins
1976: Yamaha produces electronic pianos
1983: Keyboardists worldwide are happy about the Yamaha DX7
1986: the first Digital Sound Field Processor is introduced
1989: the first Yamaha CD recorder is released
2004: Steinberg is taken over by Yamaha
2007: Yamaha takes over Bösendorfer
2014: Yamaha acquires American manufacturer Line 6
2014: Yamaha acquires audio manufacturer Revolabs

Musical Instruments and more by Yamaha

Yamaha manufactures high-quality products in many sectors: Precision machines, robots, measuring devices for medicine and industry as well as the motorcycle industry usually do not interest the musician. However, Yamaha instruments benefit enormously from the high quality standards that are naturally incorporated into the production of the musical instruments. Yamaha instruments are therefore often the ideal entry-level instruments, in high quality at moderate prices. Some milestones, like the Yamaha DX7 and the workstations of the Motif and Montage series are among the standards of the professional synthesizer sector and since the Yamaha 02R the Japanese manufacturer has been a leading player in the pro audio sector. For acoustic instruments, Yamaha sets the bar for acoustic guitars, drums and wind instruments as well as orchestral instruments for concert use are at home in the most extensive product range in the entire industry. At MUSIC STORE you can get all Yamaha instruments at reasonable prices and almost all - including the Vibraphone - we keep ready to test for you in our shop.