Introducing the Yamaha C5 grand piano c.1989
The Yamaha C5 grand piano is a really worthwhile upgrade from the ever popular Yamaha C3. At 6'7 in length it has the same action and keyboard as a C3, while the additional string length and soundboard size make for a richer and overall more resonant tone than its smaller cousin.
Consequently the C5 has always been just about small enough for some domestic use and big enough to produce the sort of power and control required of a performance piano. An ancestor of the current C5X grand piano this example is in excellent cosmetic and technical order and offers superb value for money.
Dominic Barnett – Chamberlain Pianos