The Yamaha Arius YDP-165 in a bedroom being played by a young girl

Beat the price increase on 1st May!

David Cooper

Yamaha have announced an upcoming price increase on many of their digital pianos & keyboards from May 1st 2022.

As is the case in many other industries today, this increase is mostly due to the difficult economy and ongoing increased costs.

At ePianos, while we’re able to inform you of such price increases, we don’t yet know how much they will be going up. Naturally, we hope for a very marginal increase!

If you were planning on making a purchase of a new Yamaha digital piano or keyboard, it will obviously make financial sense to place your order as soon as possible to secure the lower, pre-increase price.

If you’re planning on buying a piano for a beginner (adult or child), you’ll be pleased to know that our massive sale of beginners’ pianos is continuing. You can read all about the deals on offer by clicking here.

Of course, buying a preowned digital piano, keyboard, or organ is an excellent way to save money. There really are some fantastic bargains to be had! You can browse our entire preowned section on our website by clicking here.

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I’m sorry to be the bearer of this unwelcome news but we thought that it would be better to share this advance warning in case you were planning on making a purchase over the next few weeks.

Thank you for your understanding. I hope everyone is keeping well and enjoying their music!

David Cooper Owner
David has been involved with music retail for over 30 years and has watched his business grow from strength to strength, once running a hugely successful general music store to now operating one of the UK's leading specialists for digital pianos, keyboards, and used organs.
  • Once again you are certainly on the button trying to help your customers new and old.

    Regarding the photographs,the best one of the lot is the one with the dog on it, what is him/her name.once again thank you for a first class deal and a firm that should go to the top of the list.

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