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Yamaha Instruments Make The Ideal Christmas Present

Yamaha’s range of instruments, accessories, recording gear and PA systems represent exceptional value for money for everyone, from the beginner to the professional.

Getting the right instrument into the right pair of hands is very important, especially at the start. Playing an instrument that performs and responds as expected and is easy for the player will make all the difference.

So for parents looking for musical gifts this Christmas, Yamaha instruments make a great choice for this reason, and many others.

Quality instruments give your kids the best possible start to music and the greatest chance of seeing them continue playing throughout their lives.  And this level of quality will see the instruments survive trips to school, trips to lessons, and jam sessions in the garage.

Five things to consider when purchasing a student instrument include:

  1. How Easy Is It To Play?
    Nothing will deter a student more in the first stages of learning than an instrument that is hard to get a note from. Yamaha’s student range of instruments are designed with this in mind; they are easy to play through and get a result from, which will ensure that their first experience with the instrument is a good one and something they wish to repeat.

  2. Will They Last?
    Yamaha instruments are built to last. A kid’s instrument is likely to get a knock or two in its lifetime. Some of the budget line instruments are also manufactured from very soft metals that bend and twist with even careful use. Yamaha instruments are renowned worldwide for their strength and durability. A Yamaha instrument can still be playable in twenty years time. Sadly the same cannot be said for all instruments. Yamaha also back their instruments with long manufacturing warranties.
    Steinberg Cubase Yamaha HS7 monitors
  3. Consistency In Manufacturing.
    Yamaha takes great pride in quality control for every instrument made. All are thoroughly tested before leaving the workshop. Technical innovation combined with Yamaha’s traditional techniques produce a consistency that means lesson and practice time can be focussed on learning rather than compensating for an inferior instrument.

  4. Low Maintenance Cost. Such well designed instruments, made from quality materials, are subject to much less wear and tear than others. The result? Far less cost on maintenance and less time with the instrument in the repair shop.
    Yamaha Trumpet
  5. A Sound Investment. As well as the reasons already stated, Yamaha instruments hold their value far more than other brands, so when it is time for your young student to move onto another instrument, the resale value will be far greater than other brands.

Be it drums, keyboards, guitars, brass and woodwind, music software and recording gear, PA systems, and more, the Yamaha line of products offer so many advantages they really are worth considering this Christmas.

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