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#2292597 - 06/20/14 02:33 PM mystery piano
David Farley Offline
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Bench says Yamaha but piano has no markings. Emailed the owner but even they don't know. I searched for "Yamaha digital piano with lid" and found nothing that looks exactly like it. I assume that's a lid covering the controls. I thought people here might have fun guessing.

http://marketplace.uchicago.edu/digital-piano

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#2292604 - 06/20/14 02:53 PM Re: mystery piano [Re: David Farley]
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My more refined guess is CVP-25 or CVP59S.

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#2292614 - 06/20/14 03:35 PM Re: mystery piano [Re: David Farley]
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Could be the CLP 810 or 820. I had the 820, it was a cracker for it`s day. Looked exactly like that but could be older. They only had two pedals. I only ever used one . .
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#2292657 - 06/20/14 05:27 PM Re: mystery piano [Re: David Farley]
David Farley Offline
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You are correct. It turned out to be a CLP 810S.

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#2292664 - 06/20/14 05:38 PM Re: mystery piano [Re: David Farley]
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Why is this a "mystery piano" when the info you need is right under the photos in the link, below?

http://marketplace.uchicago.edu/digital-piano

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Yamaha Clavinova CLP-810S. Piano is in fair condition - all the keys work, but the pedals do not. The bench is a little bit nicked, but otherwise fine. It is located in Hyde Park, and needs to go ASAP, so please contact me soon if you're interested. Cash only. Price negotiable.

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#2292687 - 06/20/14 06:12 PM Re: mystery piano [Re: pv88]
David Farley Offline
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Originally Posted By: pv88
Why is this a "mystery piano" when the info you need is right under the photos in the link, below?

http://marketplace.uchicago.edu/digital-piano

As copied, here:

Yamaha Clavinova CLP-810S. Piano is in fair condition - all the keys work, but the pedals do not. The bench is a little bit nicked, but otherwise fine. It is located in Hyde Park, and needs to go ASAP, so please contact me soon if you're interested. Cash only. Price negotiable.


Because they updated the ad since I asked them about it.

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#2292692 - 06/20/14 06:16 PM Re: mystery piano [Re: peterws]
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Originally Posted By: peterws
Could be the CLP 810 or 820. I had the 820, it was a cracker for it`s day. Looked exactly like that but could be older. They only had two pedals. I only ever used one . .


Nice job identifying Pete! CLP-810S circa 1998.

http://usa.yamaha.com/products/musical-i...810/?mode=model
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#2292703 - 06/20/14 07:02 PM Re: mystery piano [Re: David Farley]
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Originally Posted By: David Farley
Because they updated the ad since I asked them about it.


That's a relief. I was beginning to look around for Rod Serling.
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#2292713 - 06/20/14 07:31 PM Re: mystery piano [Re: rnaple]
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Originally Posted By: rnaple
That's a relief. I was beginning to look around for Rod Serling.


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