While not digital and certainly not portable, the great company of Yamaha will announce at the 2014 NAMM Show in Anaheim that it’s beloved GB1K 5-foot Classic Collection grand piano will now be available in a beautiful white furnish come April, 2014.

The soon-to-be available white furnish will currently give customers a whopping six color choices to select from when it comes to the GB1K.  Currently, pianists can buy this piano in ebony, mahogany, American walnut, French provincial cherry, and Georgian mahogany.

Dubbed the “most affordable Yamaha grand piano ever” on the company’s official website, the GB1K features a hardwood reinforced keyframe, solid maple bridge and caps, a resin sheet foundation and a polyester finish.

Yamaha's upcoming white GB1K grand pianoAccording to a new press release, Ed Bezursik, marketing manager, Acoustic Pianos, Yamaha Corporation of America, stated that the “GB1K is one of the most popular grand pianos on the market today, with great appeal to both decorators and design conscious buyers.”

No doubt a high-end model, the GB1K will have a MSRP of $15,999.  The piano will ship in April.

For more information on this item, along with other Yamaha pianos, be sure to visit the Yamaha booth at the 2014 NAMM Show in the Anaheim Marriott Hotel, Marquis Ballroom.  The show will run from January 23 – 26.

NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants) is a not-for-profit association most known for its trade shows.  The association promotes the benefits of music making, as well as the wonderful products of the industry afforded to artists and music enthusiast alike.

NAMM headquarters is located in Carlsbad, California.

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