What is a b3 piano?

What is a b3 piano?

The Yamaha b3 piano is a 48 inch tall upright, it is the largest piano in the B Series. Featuring a larger back post than the b2 & b1, a larger sound board, a piano hammer with underfelt, and a larger capstan, the b3 is a semi-professional piano at a great value.

How much do Yamaha silent pianos cost?

B3 SC2 Silent Piano

Yamaha b3 SC2 Silent Piano MSRP Prices
b3 SC2 PE Polished Ebony $13,099
b3 SC2 PEC Polished Ebony Chrome $13,299
b3 SC2 PM Polished Mahogany $13,899
b3 SC2 WH Polished White $13,899

What is the difference between Yamaha B2 and b3?

These are the most affordable pianos from Yamaha, and they come in 3 sizes: The b2 has a height of 44.5 inches, and is a great “Goldilocks” piano, not too small, not too big, and for a lot of folks it’s “just right”. The b3 is the tallest, with a height of 48 inches.

Where is Yamaha b3 made?

At the heart of the b3 is a solid spruce soundboard which produces rich and colorful tonal resonance. Produced at a Yamaha factory in Indonesia from a scale design developed in Japan, b Series pianos are Yamaha’s most affordable entry-level uprights.

How does the Yamaha silent piano work?

In the silent mode, sensors pick up the piano key movement, converting it to a MIDI signalthat can be sent to an electronic sound module, allowing the person playing to use headphones. The pianos also have full MIDI capability for sending signals and can be linked to a computer for use with notation software, etc.

What is TransAcoustic piano?

TransAcoustic is the name we have given to the technology that will power a new breed of piano. At its most basic level, it turns the piano’s soundboard into a loudspeaker – meaning that any sound can be delivered through this naturally resonant piano component. The sound is played back though the soundboard.

How does Yamaha silent piano work?

In 1993, Yamaha was the first piano manufacturer to make an acoustic piano with silencing capabilities. When the silent function is activated, the hammers no longer hit the strings (Figure 1); instead, a highly sophisticated sensor-technology captures all movements of the keys and sends them to the digital tone module.

What is a silent piano used for?

A silent piano allows for the flexibility to shut off the external sound while still experiencing the natural touch of an acoustic piano. A silent piano lets the musician switch between open acoustic playing and the privacy of headphones to suit the circumstances.

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