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#1351549 - 01/17/10 12:52 AM Henry F. Miller 047 vs. Yamaha M460
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Hi. I am looking for an entry level vertical piano. I have looked at a Henry Miller 047, which is a 46.5" vertical and has a nice full sound, but I am slightly concerned about the fact that the brand is owned by the retailer (Sherman Clay) and I haven't seen much information about its overall quality. Also in my price range, I could get a Yamaha M460. Although that is a 44" piano, and so doesn't have quite as full a sound, it does have the Yamaha reputation for quality. Would appreciate any information that could help me make a decision. Many thanks!

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#1351696 - 01/17/10 05:19 AM Re: Henry F. Miller 047 vs. Yamaha M460 [Re: js589]
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Yamaha for sure. Henry Millers of the past are not pleasant or quality.
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