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Yamaha Clavinova 'part of compelling product range this Christmas'
The musical instrument manufacturer has produced a wide range of the pianos to suit different budgets, with everything from budget to high-end Clavinovas available, reports MI-Pro.
"Yamaha dealers can present the consumer … with an outstanding choice from value-for-money keyboards to the high technology Tyros and then sheer performance and luxury of Clavinova and Avant Grand," he said.
The official added that the company is aware of the difficult state of the economy, meaning it has worked hard to produce highly-affordable instruments for musicians to make use of.
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