The Yamaha C1X Grand Piano produces an exceptional sound for its small size. It has a compact design, making it suitable for domestic use because it can fit into smaller interiors. Its sleek lines and stunning design create a sophisticated look at a more affordable price than larger grand pianos. With expertly crafted hammers, strings and soundboard, the Yamaha C1X grand piano produces rich sound which resonates powerfully. This model is beautifully balanced, with highly-responsive action and a full tone that all pianists will love.
What we like
● Perfect for domestic use
● Available for purchase in a variety of finishes
● Fully functioning sostenuto pedal
● Three-position lid prop
● Wide music desk
£19,949.00 inc. VAT
What you should know about Yamaha C1X Grand Piano
The Yamaha C1X Grand Piano is a beautiful model from the CX Series, with an enriching tenor and upper registers. It is a popular instrument, with bespoke hammers and a light, responsive touch that all players enjoy. At a smaller, compact size, this piano is a 5’3 baby grand piano that is perfect for domestic use and will fit into smaller spaces. However, its mini exterior in no way limits its sound, because this piano is wonderfully balanced, with great resonance. The Yamaha C1X has a wide range of capabilities, making it appealing for both the piano enthusiast and the professional. Not only this, the C1X model is good-looking, with a stunning sleek design. In addition, this baby grand piano also has a thick back frame with improved support, expert craftsmanship and high-quality components that promise a long-lasting build. The C1X model from Yamaha has exceptional hammers and a durable soundboard with stunning acoustic characteristics for an expressive sound.
The Yamaha C1X grand piano is also available as a Silent piano, Disklavier or TransAcoustic instrument.
A bit on Yamaha CX series grand pianos
Yamaha’s commitment to the continuous re-evaluation of the core processes of sound creation has made the grand pianos of the C series the best-selling grand pianos in the world. The technically demanding regulation process that is essential to a grand piano’s superior tone is given special emphasis in these instruments. Countless hours have been spent perfecting the hammers, strings, and the balance of the damping mechanism, with the final goal of rendering each note faithful to the intentions of the pianist. Preserving tradition is not the same thing as refusing to change; rather, it is from the ongoing search for perfection that traditions emerge. And when it comes to the tradition of crafting a grand piano, there is a sound, a tone to which only those who strive constantly to outdo themselves can aspire.
For almost half a century, Yamaha’s world-renowned C Series grand pianos have continued through a gradual process of refinement. The CFX full concert grand piano built on the knowledge, techniques, and experience gained during this long period, with craftsmen pouring everything they knew into the creation of an instrument that took bold new steps in piano design, seeking to attain sonic perfection. The CX Series extends this work further, providing a clear sound with a clean attack, sparkling tone, and transparent harmonies, all encased in an elegant, flowing form. The end result is a series of instruments that is refined in tone, yet bold in design, the product of a dedication to innovation that allows Yamaha to remain true to its musical heritage. CX Series pianos represent progress that is commensurate with Yamaha’s 125th anniversary year – progress that will transform any room in which you play into a concert hall.
Free First Tuning
Markson Pianos are passionate about music and sound, with a reputation for the highest exacting standards. When you purchase a new piano with us, we will promise to offer the first tuning of your new piano completely free of charge! With our professional piano tuning services, you are assured of the best quality sound for the years to come.
Five Year Warranty
At Markson Pianos, all of our new piano models are guaranteed for up to five years to protect your investment, whilst ensuring that you will always have the best quality piano for your practices and recitals. This will correct any issues with manufacturing, repairs or replacements, so that you can rely on your new piano.