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      New ! Yamaha Storia Acoustic Guitars

      Yamaha Storia Acoustic Guitars

      Yamaha has just announced a new guitar series, the Yamaha STORIA. It features an FS concert size body and is available with either a solid Spruce or Mahogany top, and Mahogany back and sides.

      In addition to the features mentioned above, Yamaha Storia guitars also feature a slim neck with comfortable string height, hand-rolled Walnut fingerboard edges, a passive under-saddle pickup, and a beautiful finish with shimmering inlays.

      Yamaha Storia models include Storia I, Storia II, and Storia III. Limited quantities will be available in 2019.

      Andy's Music, a 7x winner of the NAMM TOP 100 Dealer Award, has been selling, servicing, and promoting Yamaha products since 1977. If you have questions about a Yamaha product, don't hesitate to give us a call.

      New! Roland FP10 Digital Piano

      New! Roland FP10 Digital Piano

      Just introduced, the new Roland FP-10 88-key Digital Piano features excellent sound and a very affordable price.

      The FP10 features Roland’s SuperNATURAL piano sound and an expressive 88-note weighted-action keyboard, which provides sound and features previously unavailable in its price range. The instrument’s portable design makes it easy to move, while built-in stereo speakers and support for headphones allow users to play anytime and anywhere.

      • Features include:
      • Rich, responsive tone from Roland’s renowned SuperNATURAL Piano sound engine
      • 88-key hammer-action in a compact cabinet
      • PHA-4 Standard keyboard provides authentic piano touch and expression
      • Headphone output and quiet keyboard action let you enjoy playing at any time without disturbing others
      • Onboard speakers reproduce your playing with expressive sound
      • Built-in Bluetooth MIDI/USB MIDI interface for connecting to Garage band, computers, DAW software
      • Roland’s Piano Partner 2 app lets you conveniently select sounds, set metronome and more from your smartphone
      • Twin Piano mode is ideal for lessons, letting student and teacher play side-by-side in the same octave ranges
      • Optional matching stand (KSCFP10) gives a classic piano look

      Yamaha Band Instrument Rebates

      Yamaha Band Instrument Rebates

      Step Up to Yamaha and Get a Rebate up to $100 at Andy’s Music!

      Now is the time to STEP UP TO YAMAHA and upgrade from a beginning instrument to an intermediate or professional band instrument! Superior build quality, design, and playability will help your advancing student grow musically!

      A premium quality instrument will help your students perform better, stay interested, and inspire them to stretch the limits of their ability. There is no finer gift for a music student than one that aids and improves performance.

      When you buy any qualifying Intermediate or Professional Yamaha band instrument from Andy’s Music, you qualify for a REBATE of $50 or $100. Your purchase must be made before December 31, 2018. Call Andy’s Music today and make an appointment to save money and assist your student's musical growth.

      Phone: 251-633-8944
      Toll-Free: 800-584-3434

      YAMAHA AC5R Acoustic Electric Concert Guitar

      Yamaha AC5R Acoustic Electric Concert Size Guitar

      Yamaha announced today the introduction of the AC5R handcrafted acoustic-electric guitar, which is made in their Japan Custom Shop.

      The Yamaha AC5R acoustic-electric guitar is a concert size instrument with cutaway and features all-solid rosewood back and sides and hand-selected premium woods. It also features Yamaha's exclusive Acoustic Resonance Enhancement (A.R.E.) technology that enables the guitar to produce the sound of a decades-old guitar.

      The Yamaha A-Series acoustic-electric guitars are different from Yamaha's best selling FG and L Series handcrafted guitars. They have a new look, feel and sound, and were designed and developed in the U.S. by Yamaha’s R & D team over a three year period. Thousands of hours were spent working and speaking with performing musicians to develop these new guitars.

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