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Model
Serial Numbers
History

Model

Current Upright Models
Series  Model   Width (cm)   Depth (cm)   Height (cm)  Disklavier Trans-Acoustic Silent
SU SU7 155 67 131     Yes - SH
SU SU118 151 59 118      
SE SE122 152 65 122     Yes - SH
SE SE132 152 65 132     Yes - SH
YUS YUS1 152 62 121 Enspire St Yes - SHTA Yes - SH
YUS YUS3 152 65 131   Yes - SHTA Yes - SH
YUS YUS5 152 65 131   Yes - SHTA Yes - SH
U U1 153 62 121 Enspire St Yes - SHTA Yes - SH
U U1J 152 62 121     Yes - SG2
U U3 153 65 131     Yes - SH
U U3S 153 65 131     Yes - SH
P P116 153 58 116     Yes - SH
P P121 154 62 121     Yes - SH
b b1 149 54 109     Yes - SG2
b b2 150 54 113     Yes - SG2
b b3 152 62 121     Yes - SG2
  M2 149 58 110     Yes - SG2
  M3 153 62 118     Yes - SG2
  M5 153 63 121     Yes - SG2
  JX113 149 54 113     Yes - SG2
  JU109 148 54 109     Yes - SG2
 
Current Grand Models
Series Model Length Width (cm) Depth (cm) Height (cm) Disklavier Trans-Acoustic Silent
CX C1X 5'3" 149 161 101 Enspire St Yes - SHTA Yes - SH
CX C2X 5'8" 149 173 101 Enspire St   Yes - SH
CX C3X 6'1" 149 186 101 Enspire Pro Yes - SHTA Yes - SH
CX C5X 6'7" 149 200 101 Enspire Pro   Yes - SH
CX C6X 7' 154 212 102 Enspire Pro   Yes - SH
CX C7X 7'6" 155 227 102 Enspire Pro   Yes - SH
C3 Studio 6'1" 149 186 101      
GC GC1 5'3" 149 161 101 Enspire St Yes - SHTA Yes - SH
GC GC2 5'8" 149 173 101 Enspire St   Yes - SH
GB GB1K 5' 146 151 99     Yes - SG2
CF CF4 6'3" 151 191 103 Enspire Pro    
CF CF6 7' 159 212 103 Enspire Pro    
CF CFX 9' 160 275 103 Enspire Pro    
SX S3X 6'1" 149 186 101      
SX S5X 6'7" 149 200 101      
SX S6X 7' 154 212 102      
SX S7X 7'6" 155 227 102      
S S4 6'3" 150 191 101     Yes - SH
S S6 7' 154 212 102     Yes - SH


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Serial Numbers

 
 
  Serial Number  
Year of Manufacture Upright Pianos Grand Pianos Location
1917 1700   Hamamatsu, Japan
1918 1800   Hamamatsu, Japan
1919 1900   Hamamatsu, Japan
1920 2100   Hamamatsu, Japan
1921 2650   Hamamatsu, Japan
1922 3150   Hamamatsu, Japan
1923 3650   Hamamatsu, Japan
1924 4250   Hamamatsu, Japan
1925 4950   Hamamatsu, Japan
1926 5700   Hamamatsu, Japan
1927 6500   Hamamatsu, Japan
1928 7751   Hamamatsu, Japan
1929 8928   Hamamatsu, Japan
1930 10163   Hamamatsu, Japan
1931 11719   Hamamatsu, Japan
1932 13368   Hamamatsu, Japan
1933 15182   Hamamatsu, Japan
1934 17939   Hamamatsu, Japan
1935 19895   Hamamatsu, Japan
1936 22397   Hamamatsu, Japan
1937 25158   Hamamatsu, Japan
1938 28000   Hamamatsu, Japan
1939 30000   Hamamatsu, Japan
1940 31900   Hamamatsu, Japan
1941 33800   Hamamatsu, Japan
1942 35600   Hamamatsu, Japan
1943 37000   Hamamatsu, Japan
1944 38000   Hamamatsu, Japan
1945 38550   Hamamatsu, Japan
1947 40000   Hamamatsu, Japan
1948 40075   Hamamatsu, Japan
1949 40675   Hamamatsu, Japan
1950 42073   Hamamatsu, Japan
1951 44262   Hamamatsu, Japan
1952 47675   Hamamatsu, Japan
1953 51266   Hamamatsu, Japan
1954 57057   Hamamatsu, Japan
1955 63400   Hamamatsu, Japan
1956 69300   Hamamatsu, Japan
1957 77000   Hamamatsu, Japan
1958 89000   Hamamatsu, Japan
1959 102000   Hamamatsu, Japan
1960 124000   Hamamatsu, Japan
1961 149000   Hamamatsu, Japan
1962 188000   Hamamatsu, Japan
1963 237000   Hamamatsu, Japan
1964 298000   Hamamatsu, Japan
1965 368000   Hamamatsu, Japan
1966 489000   Hamamatsu, Japan
1967 570000   Hamamatsu, Japan
1968 685000   Hamamatsu, Japan
1969 805000   Hamamatsu, Japan
1970 960000   Hamamatsu, Japan
1971 1130000   Hamamatsu, Japan
1972 1317500  1358500 Hamamatsu, Japan
1973 1510500 1538500 Hamamatsu, Japan
1974 1745000
U101000
1753500
 
Hamamatsu, Japan
South Haven, MI
1975 1945000
U102000
1935000
 
Hamamatsu, Japan
South Haven, MI
1976 2154000
U107000
2153000
 
Hamamatsu, Japan
South Haven, MI
1977 2384000
U110000
2362000
 
Hamamatsu, Japan
South Haven, MI
1978 2585000
U117000
2580500
 
Hamamatsu, Japan
South Haven, MI
1979 2810500
U124000
2848000
 
Hamamatsu, Japan
South Haven, MI
1980 3001000
U132000
3040000
 
Hamamatsu, Japan
South Haven, MI
1981 3261000
U141000
3270000
 
Hamamatsu, Japan
South Haven, MI
1982 3465000
U150000
3490000
 
Hamamatsu, Japan
South Haven, MI
1983 3646200
U160000
3710500 
 
Hamamatsu, Japan
South Haven, MI
1984 3832200
U167000
T500101
3891600

 
Hamamatsu, Japan
South Haven, MI
Thomaston, GA
1985 3987600
U174000
T500422
4040700

 
Hamamatsu, Japan
South Haven, MI
Thomaston, GA
1986

(Jan)
(Jun)
(Jun)
4156500
U186000
T502874
T504050
T100001
4214600



 
Hamamatsu, Japan
South Haven, MI
Thomaston, GA
Thomaston, GA
Thomaston, GA
1987 4334800 
T101856
4351100
 
Hamamatsu, Japan
Thomaston, GA
1988 4491300
T110501
4561000
 
Hamamatsu, Japan
Thomaston, GA
1989 4672700
T122421
4671400
 
Hamamatsu, Japan
Thomaston, GA
1990 4837200
T132706
4810900
 
Hamamatsu, Japan
Thomaston, GA
1991 4967900
T143101
4951200
 
Hamamatsu, Japan
Thomaston, GA
1992 5086800
T155131
5071800
 
Hamamatsu, Japan
Thomaston, GA
1993 5204100
T167386
5181400
 
Hamamatsu, Japan
Thomaston, GA
1994 5296400
T177711
5291500
 
Hamamatsu, Japan
Thomaston, GA
1995 5375000
T189741
5368000
 
Hamamatsu, Japan
Thomaston, GA
1996 5446000
T202945
5448000
 
Hamamatsu, Japan
Thomaston, GA
1997 5530000
T212917
5502000
 
Hamamatsu, Japan
Thomaston, GA
1998 5579000
T224053
5588000
 
Hamamatsu, Japan
Thomaston, GA
1999 5792000 
T237164
J1600001
5810000 Hamamatsu, Japan
Thomaston, GA
Jakarta, Indonesia
2000 5860000
T251146
J1700559
  Hamamatsu, Japan
Thomaston, GA
Jakarta, Indonesia
2001 5920000
T265755
J1802250
  Hamamatsu, Japan
Thomaston, GA
Jakarta, Indonesia
2002 5970000
T275258
J1904634
  Hamamatsu, Japan
Thomaston, GA
Jakarta, Indonesia
2003 6020000
T283503
J2008354
  Hamamatsu, Japan
Thomaston, GA
Jakarta, Indonesia
2004 6060000
T294877
J2109546
H0004000
YT277800
  Hamamatsu, Japan
Thomaston, GA
Jakarta, Indonesia
Hangzhou, China
Taoyuan, Taiwan
2005 6100000
J2212096
H0004900
YT281000
  Hamamatsu, Japan
Jakarta, Indonesia
Hangzhou, China
Taoyuan, Taiwan
2006 6145000
J2317402
H0010900
YT285000
  Hamamatsu, Japan
Jakarta, Indonesia
Hangzhou, China
Taoyuan, Taiwan
2007 6191000
J2422310
H0020700
  Hamamatsu, Japan
Jakarta, Indonesia
Hangzhou, China
2008 6220000
J2526623
H0039900
  Hamamatsu, Japan
Jakarta, Indonesia
Hangzhou, China
2009 6250000
J2631503
H0071498
  Hamamatsu, Japan
Jakarta, Indonesia
Hangzhou, China
2010 6280000
J2733874
H0105429
  Hamamatsu, Japan
Jakarta, Indonesia
Hangzhou, China
2011 J2837851   Jakarta, Indonesia
2012 J2942840   Jakarta, Indonesia
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History

Yamaha's history began when its founder, Torakusu Yamaha, repaired a broken reed organ in 1887. Shortly thereafter, he successfully completed the first reed organ to be built in Japan.
1887 Torakusu Yamaha builds his first reed organ
1887:Torakusu Yamaha builds his first reed organ
1897 Nippon Gakki Co., Ltd. (current Yamaha Corporation) is established with capital of 100,000 yen
1898 Yamaha LogoOne year after the establishment of Nippon Gakki Co., Ltd., forerunner of today's Yamaha Corporation, the Company decided to use a tuning fork as the corporate mark, and a design featuring a "Chinese phoenix holding a tuning fork in its mouth" as the trademark. After undergoing a variety of changes paralleling the growth of the Company, the tuning fork mark and the Yamaha Logo was finally standardized.
1900 Begins production of upright pianos
1949 Lists its shares on Tokyo Stock Exchange
1954 Establishes Yamaha Music School and holds pilot classes.
Produces its first HiFi player (audio product)
1955 Establishes Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd. (Splits off the motorcycle division)
1958 Begins production of sports equipment
Establishes first overseas subsidiary in Mexico
1959 Begins production of electronic organ
1960 Establishes Yamaha International Corporation (current Yamaha Corporation of America)
1962 Begins recreation business
1964 Begins production of lifestyle-related products
1965 Begins production of wind instruments
1966 Yamaha Music Foundation is established
Expands into Europe with the founding of Yamaha Europa GmbH, in West Germany
1968 Issues shares at market price for the first time in Japan
1971 Begins production of semiconductors
1987 Changes company name to Yamaha Corporation to mark the 100th years in business
2002 Establishes Yamaha Music & Electronics (China) Co., Ltd.
Establishes Yamaha Music Holding Europe GmbH (current Yamaha Music Europe GmbH)
2005 Acquires Steinberg Media Technologies GmbH
2007 Establishes music entertainment business holding company
2008 Acquires L. Bösendorfer Klavierfabrik GmbH
Acquires NEXO S.A.
2010 Renews Yamaha Ginza Building, a complex including shopping area, concert hall, music studio etc.
Transfers shares of the lifestyle-related products subsidiary
Completes integration of Japanese piano factories to Kakegawa
2012 Completes integration of Japanese wind instrument factories to Toyooka
125th years in business (October 12th)
2013 Establishes Yamaha Music Japan Co., Ltd.
2014 Establishes domestic musical instrument and audio equipment production subsidiaries after the split-off and merger
Acquires Line 6, Inc. and Revolabs, Inc.
2015 Transfer of Semiconductor Manufacturing Subsidiary
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