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#1985060 - 11/10/12 02:23 PM Re: New Yamaha C6 [Re: ando]
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Registered: 06/27/09
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Originally Posted By: ando
I prefer the C3, I find the C5 lacking something in the middle register - and that was true of the 5 or 6 C5s I've played.

Same here. While the salesman went on and on about the virtues of the C5, I actually like the C3 more. The C5 has cleaner bass fundamentals, but the C3 is better on the whole to me. When I went to the C6, I heard a major improvement over the C3. I think the salesman is only thinking from the perspective of his commission when recommending the C5 over the C3. I told him that I didn't like the C5, and he told me he has customers and even tuners who thinks the C5 is way better. Oh well, I'm no expert, so I left it at that.

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#1985066 - 11/10/12 02:53 PM Re: New Yamaha C6 [Re: Peakly]
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Originally Posted By: Peakly
Yeah, but wasn't it fun trying all those different pianos? I think it's cool how they're all different, and hearing how they sound and feel.Mychal

Yes, especially the Boesendorfer 225 and the Imperial. That was a great experience.

#1985344 - 11/11/12 12:02 PM Re: New Yamaha C6 [Re: 4evrBeginR]
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Originally Posted By: 4evrBeginR
Yes, especially the Boesendorfer 225 and the Imperial. That was a great experience.

They are tremendous pianos. Since I'm a professional pianist and music director, I've been able to play a lot of pianos over the years. I can remember most of the Bosendorfers I have played, because they are so remarkable. It's not just the gorgeous sound, or the great Renner action. It's the overall build quality, since they're handmade like a Rolls Royce. Superb workmanship - incredible quality throughout the instrument.


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