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  • Yamaha S6Published on 10/25/09 at 10:02
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hello to all you who love high quality and very professional in terms of musical instruments!

    Yesterday, Saturday, October 24, 2009, during a performance, what was my surprise when I saw a piano Yamaha S6 was placed at my disposal!

    Frankly, I think I can say that this instrument of the big name Yamaha, was one of the best piano brand, it had been proposed to play so far!

    A piano in the game so precise that every nuance was rendered with extraordinary fidelity, a revolutionary construction for sound reproduction of each of the registers without the slightest imbalance or other effects of passage, an instrument that you do not tend to just play his keyboard but invites you to......
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    Hello to all you who love high quality and very professional in terms of musical instruments!

    Yesterday, Saturday, October 24, 2009, during a performance, what was my surprise when I saw a piano Yamaha S6 was placed at my disposal!

    Frankly, I think I can say that this instrument of the big name Yamaha, was one of the best piano brand, it had been proposed to play so far!

    A piano in the game so precise that every nuance was rendered with extraordinary fidelity, a revolutionary construction for sound reproduction of each of the registers without the slightest imbalance or other effects of passage, an instrument that you do not tend to just play his keyboard but invites you to explore infinite riches sound, a piano that you do not want to leave after a concert, not fatigue or fingers, and muscles and certainly not the ears.

    Harmonics than the manufacture of the sound structure of Yamaha S6 is both value that they never bother, quite the contrary! Everything is designed so that any sound is a pure pleasure for the most demanding ear.

    In short, three hours, nothing but happiness!

    S6 is an instrument which is, unfortunately and understandably beyond the reach of all budgets, Dumoine, alas, for me, but if you get the chance, try this wonder, if you you can offer, after being tested and satisfied (es), please do!

    Thank you for your attention and see you soon,

    Alain de Rhode,
    Pianist, Piano Tuner & Technician.

    http://accordeur-bruxelles.blogspot.com
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