How much does Yamaha Clavinova cost?
The new Clavinova CLP-700 Series models will be available in the Fall of 2020 but be sure to check your local authorized Clavinova dealer for availability. Prices range from $2,299 to $7,499. For more information including a convenient store locator visit www.yamaha.io/CLP.
Does Yamaha still make the Clavinova?
As of July 2020, the current line of Clavinova CLP models are the CLP-700 series, and the current Clavinova CVP models are the CVP-800 series.
How long does Clavinova last?
Digital pianos last between 20 – 50 years. High-end digital pianos are built better structurally. They use better electrical parts, solid plastic, tougher metal, and piano keys that can withstand heavy wear and tear. Low-end digital pianos do not have the same lifespan, but with average care can last for many years.
What does Clavinova mean?
The Clavinova is a long-running line of digital pianos created by the Yamaha Corporation. The name is a portmanteau of the two words Clavier meaning ‘keyboard instrument’ and nova meaning ‘new’.
Is Yamaha Clavinova weighted keys?
Yamaha ARIUS digital pianos all have weighted keys and built-in consoles. And the entire premium Clavinova digital piano line provides fully authentic touch thanks to cutting-edge technology such as weighted “Grand Touch™” keyboards that feature real hammers and graded action (see below for more information).
Can digital pianos go out of tune?
Digital pianos and keyboards can be out of tune relative to 440 Hz. This can be rectified in two ways: transposing in small increments back to 440 Hz, or if that fails, performing a factory reset.
Where are clavinovas made?
Vertical pianos 48” and taller are manufactured in Japan. Vertical pianos 48” and under are built in Yamaha’s state of the art facility in Indonesia. Yamaha uses its vast acoustic piano knowledge in producing the fine line of Clavinova digital pianos and Hybrid pianos.