All of our new acoustic pianos are guaranteed by the manufacturers for a minimum 5 years upwards and our second hand ones by our workshop for a minimum of 2 to 5 years. We have a dedicated workshop in Bath and a mobile team who are able to make adjustments and any repairs needed at your your home, working together to keep your piano in the best condition.
- Available to order
- H 1.31 m x W 1.48 m x D 0.65 m
- Bespoke mouldings to create a traditional look
- This example shown is painted in Farrow and Ball’s ‘Studio Green’
- Includes our 5 year shop guarantee
- Includes UK mainland delivery (ground floor)
- Includes complimentary first tuning (4 to 6 weeks post delivery)
- Call us to order your piano
Our design and workshop team offer a bespoke service, the restyling of our select Yamaha U1 and U3 pianos.
From refinishing the exterior of the piano in an entirely unique colour, to restyling the casework with traditional mouldings. We welcome you to choose from what we have available or commission our team, to create an instrument just for you.
This classic Yamaha U3 was given a traditionally panelled design with the addition of three frames on the upper front panel, a large frame on the lower front panel and bevelled moulding added to the top hinged panel. It has also been hand-brushed finished in Farrow and Ball’s ‘Studio Green’ enhancing the overall panelled appearance.
The U3 is manufactured with Yamaha’s characteristic attention to detail, and has a rich tone, responsive action and excellent reliability. A popular piano within households and schools, the height of this upright piano provides a larger soundboard and longer strings which gives the U3 its powerful dynamic capacity and depth of tone. It is a commonly used instrument among choirs and ensembles due to its capacity to fill a medium sized venue. However, the Yamaha U3 is such a reliable and high-quality upright piano that it remains a popular choice for domestic use. Please see the video below which we hope provides further insight in demonstrating the tone and condition of this specific instrument. We are here to help so please do get in touch if you have any questions or to purchase your instrument.
Nurry Lee plays Bach’s ‘Aria’ from his Goldberg Variations