Brand spotlight: Yamaha

Posted by
Erin Nichols
 September 29, 2015

This month’s brand spotlight coincides with some exciting things that are happening here at Paige’s Music for the last few months of the year. Yamaha Allegro instruments are our most popular step-up instrument store-wide, and with very good reason–read on to find out why. The exciting news is that now through the end of the year, we are offering a $50 or a $100 rebate (depending on the level of the step-up instrument) for any Yamaha Allegro instrument, flutes included!

-Torakusu Yamaha, the founder of what is now the Yamaha Corporation, started his business by building his first reed organ in 1887. The company was officially established 10 years later.
-Yamaha founded its own music school in 1954.
-Yamaha Wind Instruments were not manufactured until 1965, 65 years after the production of the first Yamaha pianos.
-The first Yamaha flute was introduced in 1970. Their exclusive handmade series flutes came about in 2011.
For a cool graphic timeline, check this link out:

Yamaha flutes and piccolos are known for their exceptional durability, accessible tone that is powerful and not too bright or too dark, and wonderful features for the price of the instrument. Yamaha Allegro flutes are a fantastic package that includes a gold-plated lip plate (a favorite of many students), a solid silver headjoint, and a split E mechanism. The pads and mechanisms on these instruments are some of the most durable on the market, so they can withstand the demand of developing players while still giving a wonderfully improved tone quality. And from now until the end of the year, receive $50 in rebate dollars when you upgrade to a new Allegro instruments! Call or email Erin for terms and conditions or with any questions.

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