Yamaha upright piano model P660QA

Yamaha P660QA

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45" Upright Piano




Features  |  Specifications

View Sheraton Style in Mahogany Finish

Piano owners expect their investment to serve dual roles: as a fine musical instrument and a fine piece of furniture. Yamaha meticulously crafts pianos from selected natural wood to produce instruments of enduring beauty, resonant tone and responsive touch.


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Seasoned for Destination
Yamaha specifically seasons this piano for the U.S. market. The tuning stability, finish and overall musical integrity are enhanced over the long life expected of a fine piano.
Solid Spruce Soundboard
At the Yamaha lumber mill and wood processing facility, the finest spruce is quarter sawn; and less than 10% of the total is selected and reserved for Yamaha piano soundboards. Solid spruce, rather than laminated spruce or poplar, is the choice in all fine pianos for the best amplification of sound, best tone and sustain.
Full Length Ribs
Yamaha reinforces the crown in its soundboards by using ribs that continue to the edge of the soundboard, and are glued into the notched liner (or inner rim on the grand piano). Reinforcing the crown ensures that the tone quality will remain for years and years and improves tuning stability.
Extruded Aluminum Action Rails
Yamaha engineering developed a unique Extruded Aluminum Alloy Action Rail (bearing a Yamaha patent) this is one of the best innovations for improving a piano action in the last 100 years. The usual fluctuations in wood rails that effect touch, caused by periodic weather changes, are eliminated allowing stable, long-lasting action regulation.
Balanced Action
Each key of a Yamaha piano is individually tested and measured for the corrections needed to obtain uniform "down weight" pressure. Yamaha actions play correctly and uniformly. This balancing helps ensure a lifetime of superior touch and control across the keyboard.
Uniform Key Travel
Yamaha designs all grand and vertical pianos to have the same key travel. Regardless of size, type or model of Yamaha piano, the keyboards will always feel the same.
Spruce Keys
Yamaha uses Spruce for the keys on all models of pianos. Spruce is very light and possesses a very high ratio of strength to weight. It is ideal for key construction, even though its cost is greater than either sugar pine or bass wood. Yamaha keyboards respond quickly providing fast repetition for the most intricate piece of music. Yamaha keyboards withstand heavy use over years of fortissimo passages.
Sheraton Mahogany and Queen Anne Brown Cherry (shown)

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  Dimensions     45" H x 58" W x 23" D  
  Weight     520 lbs.  
  Hammer weight     14 lbs.  
  Back post material     Spruce  
  V-Pro Plate     Yes  
  Bridge/pinblock material     Hard Maple  
  Tuning Pins     Cut Thread  
  Center Pedal     Mute  
  Seasoned for Destination     Yes  
  Keyboard     88 keys  
  Pedals     3  
  Finishes     Sheraton Mahogany (P660S), Queen Anne Brown Cherry (P660QA)  





*Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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