List of Yamaha Corporation products

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This is a list of products made by Yamaha Corporation. This does not include products made by Bösendorfer, which has been a wholly owned subsidiary of Yamaha Corporation since February 1, 2008.

For products made by Yamaha Motor Company, see the list of Yamaha motorcycles. Yamaha Motor Company shares the brand name but has been a separate company since 1955.

Musical instruments edit

Yamaha grand piano
C6 Concert Grand
G2 Grand piano

Pianos edit

In 1900, Yamaha started to manufacture pianos.

Grand pianos edit

 
CF series (full length concert grand)
  • FC / CF (1949–67 / 1967–91)
  • CFIII (1983–2000)
  • CFIIIS (1991–2010)
  • CF4 (2010–
  • CF6 (2010–
  • CFX (2010–)
C series (including several G)
  • G1 / C1 / C1x (1988–94 / 1994–2012 / 2012–)
    • DC1A
  • #20 / G2 / C2 /C2x (~1934–55 / 1947–94 / 1994–2012 / 2012–)
    • G2F / DG2FII
  • C3 / C3x (1967–2012 / 2012–)
  • #35 / G5 / new C5 / C5x (1948–1953 / 1954–94 / 1994–2008 / 2012–)
  • old C5 / C6 / C7 (1979–94 / 1994–2012)
  • G7 / C7 / C7x (1954–67 / 1967–2008 / 2012–)
  • SC / CS (1953–67 / 1967–79)
G series
Note: prefix D means Disklavier
suffix S / SG means Silent grand
  • G1, G2, G5, G7 (listed on C series)
  • #25 / G3 (1949–53 / 1954–94)
  • GA1E[1] / DGA1[XG][E] (Polished Ebony finish)
  • GC1
    • GC1S / GC1SG[1] (2002–)
    • GC1G / GC1FP[1] (Georgian Brown mahogany / French Provincial Brown Cherry)
    • GC1M / DGC1 / DGC1ME3
  • GC2
  • GH1 / GH1G
  • GT7
A series (branched from C series)
  • A1 (1993–)
    • A1[L][S][SG]
    • DA1IIXG / DA1E3 / DA1M4
  • EA1 (2000–08)
S series
  • S4 (1994–)
    • S4BB
    • DS4E3PRO PE
  • S6 (1994–)
    • S6BB
    • DS6E3PRO PE
  • S400 (1982–94)
  • S700E (1989–94)
Z series
  • Z1 (2003–07)
    • Z1B

Baby grand pianos edit

  • GB1
    • GB1K / DGB1CD — most compact models (depth: 151 cm or 59 in) on current product line[2]

Upright pianos edit

U1
GB1 Baby Grand
  • B1
  • B2
  • B3
  • C108
  • M460
  • M560
  • P121
  • P22
  • P660
  • SU118C
  • T118
  • T121
  • U1
  • U10
  • U10 BL
  • U100
  • U2
  • U2M
  • U3
  • U30
  • U300
  • U5
  • U7
  • UX
  • UX1
  • UX10
  • UX100
  • UX3
  • UX30
  • UX300
  • UX5
  • UX50
  • UX500
  • YU116D/W
  • YUA
  • YUS1
  • YUS3
  • YUS5
  • YUX
  • SU7

Player pianos edit

Disklavier (upright model)
Control unit
disklavier control unit
control unit for player piano, consists with MIDI recorder and PCM sound
  • DKC-850 (MIDI recorder with PCM sound (AWM2))
  • EMR1 (MIDI recorder with PCM sound (AWM2:XG/GM))

Silent pianos edit

Silent piano system on U1 (silencer interposing hammers)
Control unit
silent piano system
silencer & optical sensor, with PCM sound & MIDI recorder unit
  • RSG-1 / RSG-3 / RSG-5 / RSG-10 / RSG-30 (2008, for U1/U3/-/UX10/b121/YF&b113)
ensemble unit
  • RE-1 / RE-3 / RE-10 / RE-30 (1999, for U1/U3/UX10/W100)
silent ensemble unit
  • RSE-1 / RSE-3 / RSE-10 (1999, for U1/U3/UX10)
Newer Silent Piano Systems
  • SG-1 - ? - ?
  • SG-2 - ? - ?
  • SC-1 (Aka. SC) - ? -
  • SC-2 - ? - 2023
  • SC-3 - 2022 onwards

SC series found in Upright B1, B2, B3 and Grand GB1K - "entry level" models.

  • SH-1 (Aka. SH)
  • SH-2 - ? - 2023
  • SH-3 - 2022 onwards

SH series silent modules found in more up market models such as Uprights P116, P121, U1, U3, YUS1, YUS3, YUS5, SE122, SE132, SU7 and Grand S3X, S5X, S6X, S7X, C1X, C2X, C3X, C3X Chrome, C5X, C6X, GC1 and GC2. (at the time of writing according to Yamaha.com)

TransAcoustic (Silent with a transducer added to essentially make the piano one big speaker)

  • TA-1 (Aka TA)
  • TA-2
  • TA-3 2023 onwards

Found in uprights: U1, U3, YUS1, YUS3, YUS5 and Grands GC1 and C1X according to yamaha.com

Hybrid pianos edit

Hybrid grand pianos edit
Hybrid upright pianos edit
  • NU1X (2018-)[3]
  • NU1 (2012-2018)
  • DUP-8
  • DUP-22B
  • DUP-7 (2007)

Stage pianos edit

Electric pianos edit

Keyboards Yet 233

CP-70M electric grand piano
CP series (electric grand)
  • CP-60M (upright, with MIDI)
  • CP-70
  • CP-70B
  • CP-70D (with 7-band GEQ)
  • CP-70M (with 7-band GEQ & MIDI)
  • CP-80 (1978-1986)[4]
  • CP-80D (with 7-band GEQ)
  • CP-80M (with 7-band GEQ & MIDI) (1986-1988)
Analog stage pianos edit
CP-30 (1976) analog electronic piano
CP series (analog)
  • CP-7 (1982)
  • CP-10 (1979)
  • CP-20 (1977)
  • CP-30 (1976)
  • CP-11 / CP-11W (1981/1982)
  • CP-25 (1981)
  • CP-35 (1981)
Digital stage pianos edit
GS1 (1980) – 1st FM synth of Yamaha, released as Stage Piano
Programming Computer for GS1 (ca.1980)
  • GS1 / GS2 (1980) — 1st FM synth of Yamaha.
CP series (digital)
  • CP1 (2009)
  • CP4 (2014)
  • CP5 (2010)
  • CP33 (2006)
  • CP40 (2014)
  • CP50 (2010)
  • CP73 (2019)
  • CP88 (2019)
  • CP300 (2006)
Yamaha CP88 stage piano took inspiration from Clavia Nord's one to one interface.
P-250
Reface series
  • Reface CP (2015)
Clavinova PF series
  • PF10 / PF12 / PF15 (1983)
  • PF50 / PF60 (1986)
  • PF70 / PF80 (1985)
  • PF85 (1987)
  • PF-500 (2002)
  • PF-1000 (2002)
  • PF1200 / PF1500 / PF2000 (1989)

Digital pianos edit

 
Modus H01
 
Modus F11
MODUS series
  • Modus F01 (2007, 4colors:PB(blue)/PE(black)/PO(orange)/PR(red), similar to CLP-F01(2004))
  • Modus F11 (2007, 4colors)
  • Modus H01 (2006, 3colors:AG(yellow)/DB(black)/VR(red))
  • Modus H11 (2009, 3colors)
  • Modus R01 (2009, white)
HEATED series
  • H-10
Clavinova series edit
  • YP-10 / YP-20 / YP-30 (1983), 1st generation
  • YP-40 (1983, export model), 1st generation
  • CWP-1 (2001)
Clavinova Grand (CGP/CVP-GP/CLP-GP)
  • CGP-1000 (May 8, 2006)
  • CVP-309GP (October 29, 2003)
  • CVP-409GP (May 8, 2006)
  • CLP-175 (2003, export model), predecessor of CLP-295GP
  • CLP-265GP (2006)
  • CLP-295GP (2006)
Clavinova Ensemble (CVP)
Clavinova CVP-303
(finishes: default = dark rosewood, C = cherry, M = mahogany, PE = polished ebony, PM = polished mahogany)
  • CVP-3 / CVP-5 / CVP-7 (1985)
  • CVP-6 / CVP-8 / CVP-10 / CVP-100MA / CVP-100PE (1987)
  • CVP-20 (1988, export model)
  • CVP-30 / CVP-50 / CVP-70 (1989)
  • CVP-35 / CVP-45 / CVP-55 / CVP-65 / CVP-75 (1991)
  • CVP-25 (1993, export model)
  • CVP-83 / CVP-85 / CVP-87 (1993)
  • CVP-85A
  • CVP-83S[White] / CVP-87A[White]
  • CVP-89 (1994, export model)
  • CVP-49 (1995, export model)
  • CVP-59[S] / CVP-69 / CVP-79 (1995)
  • CVP-79A
  • CVP-92 / CVP-94 / CVP-96 / CVP-98 (February 18, 1997)
  • CVP-600 (February 18, 1997)
  • CVP-103 [M] / CVP-105 / CVP-107 / CVP-109 (March 1, 1999)
  • CVP-700 (March 1, 1999, export model)
  • CVP-201 (March 1, 2001)
  • CVP-203 / CVP-205 / CVP-207 / CVP-209 (June 25, 2001)
  • CVP-900 (May 27, 2002, export model)
  • CVP-202 (November 1, 2002)
  • CVP-204 [C] / CVP-206 [M] (September 10, 2002)
  • CVP-208 [M] / CVP-210 (September 10, 2002, export model)
  • CVP-301 (October 29, 2003, export model)
  • CVP-303 [C] / CVP-305 [C] / CVP-307 / CVP-309 [PE][PM] (October 29, 2003)
  • CVP-401 [C][PE] / CVP-403 [C][PE][PM] / CVP-405 [PE][PM] / CVP-407 / CVP-409 [PE][PM] (May 8, 2006)
  • CVP-501 / CVP-503 / CVP-505 [PE] / CVP-509 [PE][PM] (February 5, 2009)
  • CVP-601 / CVP-605 / CVP-609 / CVP-609GP (July 13, 2012)
  • CVP-701 / CVP-705 / CVP-709 / CVP-709GP (June 17, 2015)
  • CVP-805 / CVP-809 / CVP-809GP (May 1, 2019)
  • CVP-905 / CVP-909 / CVP-909GP (April 13, 2023)
Clavinova Traditional (CLP)
Clavinova CLP-122S (1992)
(finishes: default = dark rosewood, C = cherry, M = mahogany, PE = polished ebony, PM = polished mahogany)
  • CLP-20 / CLP-30 (1985)
  • CLP-40 / CLP-45 / CLP-50 / CLP-55 / CLP-200 / CLP-300 (1986)
  • CLP-100 / CLP-500 (1987)
  • CLP-250 / CLP-350 / CLP-550 / CLP-650 (1988)
  • CLP-570 / CLP-670 (1989)
  • CLP-260 / CLP-360 / CLP-560 / CLP-760 (1990)
  • CLP-121 / CLP-122 / CLP-123 / CLP-124 (1992)
  • CLP-133 / CLP-134 / CLP-705 (1993)
  • CLP-152S / CLP-153S / CLP-153SG / CLP-154S / CLP-155 / CLP-157 (1994)
  • CLP-311 / CLP-611 / CLP-811 (1996, export model)
  • CLP-411 / CLP-511 / CLP-711 / CLP-911 (1996)
  • CLP-555 (1997, AE action, grand piano style)
  • CLP-810S (1998, export model)
  • CLP-820 / CLP-840 / CLP-860[M] / CLP-870 / CLP-880[M][PE] (1998)
  • CLP-920 / CLP-930 / CLP-950[C][M] / CLP-970[C][M] (2000)
  • CLP-955 / CLP-970A[C][M] (2000, export model)
  • CLP-910 / CLP-990[M] (2001, export model)
  • CLP-110 (2002, export model)
  • CLP-120[C] / CLP-130 / CLP-150[C][M] / CLP-170[C][M][PE] (2002/2003(PE))
  • CLP-115 (2003, export model)
  • CLP-175 (2003, Clavinova Grand, export model)
  • CLP-220[PE] (2005/2006)
  • CLP-230[C][M][PE] / CLP-240[C][M][PE] / CLP-270[C][M] / CLP-280[C][PE][PM] (2005/2006)
  • CLP-320[C][M] / SCLP-320 / CLP-330[C][M][PE] / CLP-340[C][M][PE] / CLP-370[C][M][PE] / CLP-380[PE][PM] (2008)
  • CLP-430 / CLP-440 / CLP-470 / CLP-480 (2011?)
  • CLP-525 / CLP-535 / CLP-545 / CLP-565GP / CLP-575 / CLP-585 (2014)
  • CLP-625 / CLP-635 / CLP-645 / CLP-665GP / CLP-675 / CLP-685 (2017)
  • CLP-725 / CLP-735 / CLP-745 / CLP-765GP / CLP-775 / CLP-785 / CLP-795GP (2020)
CLP-S series (spinet style similar to Modus F01/F11)
  • Clavinova 610
  • CLP-F01 (2004, 4colors: PB(blue)/PE(black)/PO(orange)/PR(red))
  • CLP-S306[PE] / CLP-S308[PE] (2008)
  • CLP-S406 / CLP-S408 (2011?)
Clavinova Smart Piano (CSP)
(finishes: B = Black Walnut, W = Satin White, PE = Polished Ebony)
  • CSP-150 [B][W][PE] (April 21, 2017)
  • CSP-170 [B][W][PE] (April 21, 2017)
P-series (stands for "portable") edit
P-140S
(colors: B = Black & Ebony, S = Silver & Cherry, W = White)
ARIUS/YDP series edit
 
YDP-S30 (left side)
(finishes: C = bright wood color)
YPP series
  • YPP-15 / YPP-33 (1991)
  • YPP-35 (1991, export model)
  • YPP-45
  • YPP-50
  • YPP-55 (1992)
  • YPP-100 (2002)
  • YPP-200 (2001, export model)
YPR series
  • YPR-6 / YPR-8 (1985)
  • YPR-7 / YPR-9 (1986)
  • YPR-20 / YPR-30 (1990)
  • YPR-50 (1999)
YPT series (this Series are Similar to The PSR 'E' Series. Only that it is A White Variation)
  • YPT-200 (2005)
  • YPT-210 (2007, export model)
 
Yamaha YPT-210
  • YPT-210AD / YPT-210DI / YPT-210MS / YPT-210MSB
 
Yamaha YPT-220
  • YPT-220 (2009, export model)
  • YPT-230 (2011, export model))
  • YPT-240 (2013)
  • YPT-255 (2015)
  • YPT-260 (2017)
  • YPT-270 (2020)
  • YPT-300 (2005)
  • YPT-310 (2007, export model)
  • YPT-310AD / YPT-310MS / YPT-310MSB
  • YPT-320 (2009, export model)
  • YPT-330 (2011, export model)
  • YPT-340 (2013)
  • YPT-360 (2017)
  • YPT-370 (2020)
  • YPT-400 (2005, export model)
  • YPT-410 (2007, export model)
  • YPT-420 (2009, export model)
J-series Digital Pianos edit
  • J-3000 (1998)
  • J-5000 (2000)
  • J-7000 (2002)
  • J-8000 (2005/2006)
  • J-9000 (2008)
Piaggero/NP series portable digital piano edit
 
piaggero NP series played
  • NP-11
  • NP-12 (2016)
  • NP-15 (August 27, 2023)
  • NP-30 / NP-30S (2007, S = silver)
  • NP-31
  • NP-32 (2016)
  • NP-35 (August 27, 2023)
  • NP-V60 / NP-V80 (May 1st, 2009)
Portable Grand DGX / YPG series edit
(color: DGX = Silver, Black or White; YPG = Champagne Gold)

Entertainment Series

  • PSR-K1 (February 6, 2003)
others
  • N-100 (2006, with Graded Hammer Effect, weighted-action KB)
  • PDP400
  • PSR-GX76 (2000, export model, with Portable Grand)

Organs edit

Yamaha organ (1888–)
Nishikawa organ (left, 1884–c. 1936)

Pump organs edit

In 1888, Yamaha started to manufacture their pump organs in the form of reed organs.

In 1921, Yamaha acquired Nishikawa & Sons in Yokohama after the death of its founder, and continued to manufacture Nishikawa organs and pianos until 1936.

Magna organ (1934) edit

Yamaha Magna Organ & Tone Cabinet (1935)

Magna Organ introduced in 1935,[7][8] was a multi-timbral keyboard instrument invented in 1934 by a Yamaha engineer, Sei-ichi Yamashita. It was a kind of electro-acoustic instrument, an acoustic instrument with additional electronic circuits for sound modification. The Magna Organ was an electric-fan driven free reed organ with the microphone sealed in a soundproof box, instead of the electrostatic pickups used on electrostatic reed organs.[note 1] Early designs of the Magna Organ were a kind of additive-synthesizer that summed-up the partials generated by the frequency-multipliers.[9][10] However, it was difficult to achieve polyphony without intermodulation distortions with the technology of the 1930s.[11] According to the additional patents[12][13] and the reviews at that time,[9] its later design as finally implemented, seems to have shifted to the sound-colorization system using the combinations of sets of free reeds, microphones and loudspeakers.[11]

Note that, similar type of instruments using the pairs of free reeds and microphones sealed in double-soundproof boxes, were later re-commercialized as Croda Organs in 1959 by Tōyō Denshi Gakki Kenkyūjo (In English: Tōyō Electronic Musical Instrument Laboratory) in Tokyo.[14]

Electronic organs edit

Yamaha D-1 (1959)

The most models and years of introductions are based on official chronicle.[15] Also, the photograph of major models on each era is available on the 50th anniversary site.[16]

Prototype Electone
  • E-T (1958, prototype concept model)[17]
  • ET-5 (May 1959, Improved version of E-T Prototype)[18]
  • EM-6 (May 1959, Single-stage keyboard prototype)
1st Electone
  • D-1 (1959–1962, electronic organ products)
Stage models
Yamaha Electone Stage models
Yamaha EX-42 (1970–1977)
Yamaha GX-1 (1975–1982)
Yamaha EX-1 (1977–1983)
  • EX-21 (1968, prototype of EX-42)[19]
  • EX-42 (1970–1977, stage model, design origin of GX-1)
  • SY-1 (1971,[20] solo part of GX-1, monophonic synth with initial/after touch)
  • SY-2 (1971)[20]
  • GX-1 (1973[21] to 1982, polyphonic synth)
  • EX-1 / EX-2 (1977–1983)[22]
  • FX-1 (1983–1988, FM synthesis)
  • HX System1 (1987–1992)
  • HX-1 / HX-1S (1987/1989, AWM(PCM)+FM)
  • ELX-1 / ELX-1m (1992/2000)
Number series
  • 305 / 315 (1979, export model)
  • 405 / 415 (1980, U.S. models of the D-65 / D-85)
  • 6000 (1981, export model)
  • 7000 (1982, export model)
A series
A-55 (1978)
  • A-2 (1960–1963)
  • A-3 (1966, red combo organ, forerunner of YC series)
  • A-40 / A-60 (1977, export model)
  • A-45 / A-55 (1978, export model)
  • A-505 (1982, export model)
AR series
  • AR-80 (1997, export model)
  • AR-100 (1996, export model)
B series
  • B-1 (1961–1962)
  • B-3 (1964–1965)
  • B-5 (1965–1969)
  • B-6 (1966, export model)
  • B-7 / B-7D (1967, export model)
  • B-2 / B-6B (1968–1971)
  • B-6E / B-12 / B-12R (1970, export model)
  • B-2B / B-4 / B-5A / B-6D / B-10A (1971–1973...1978(B-4))
  • B-4B / B-5BR / B-6ER / B10AR / B-20R (1971, export model)
  • B-4C / B-4CR / B-10BR / B-30R (1972, export model)
  • B-6R / B-10R (1972–1974/1975)
  • B-5CR (1973, export model)
  • B-2R (1974, export model)
  • B-11 / B-20 / B-30 / B-30T / B-50 / B-50T (1974–1975...1978(B-30))
  • B-20CR / B-30AR / B-40R / B-50R (1976, export model)
  • B-40 / B-45 / B-60 (1977, export model)
B-55 (1978)
  • B-35 / B-55 / B-75 (1978, export model)
  • B-70 (1979–1982)
  • B-101 / B-102 / B-103 (1982–1984)
  • B-204 / B-405 / B-605 / B-805 (1982, export model)
  • BK-2 (1975, export model)
  • BK-4 / BK-7 (1973, export model)
  • BK-4C / BK-5C / BK-20C (1976, export model)
  • BK-5 (1974)
  • BK-6 (1971, export model)
  • BK-10 (1976–1978)
  • BK-20A (1972, export model)
  • BK-30 / BK-50 (1975–1978)
C series
C-35 (1978)
  • C-1 (1964–1966)
  • C-2 / C-2S (1966–1967)
  • C-1B / C-2B (1967–1971)
  • C-4 / C-5A (1971–1973/1974)
  • C-4R / C-5R (1972–1974/1975)
  • C-10T (1973–1975)
  • C-10 / C-10H / C-30 / C-30H / C-30T / C-50 / C-50T (1974–1975)
  • C-40 / C-60 (1977, export model)
  • C-35 / C-35i (1978, export model)
  • C-80 / C-90 (1979–1982)
  • C-100 / C-200 / C-300 / C-400 (1978–1981/1982(C-300))
  • C-201 / C-301 / C-401 / C-501 (1982–1983/1984(C-301))
  • C-405 / C-605 (1982, export model)
  • C-35N / C-55N (1982, export model)
  • CK-10 (1975–1978)
  • CK-30 / CK-50 (1976–1978)
  • CN-50 (1979, export model)
  • CSY-1 (1974–1975)
  • CSY-2 (1975, export model)
D series
D-700 (1980–1981)
  • D-1 (1959–1962)
  • D-1B (1962)
  • D-2 (1962, export model)
  • D-2B (1967–1971)
  • D-3 (1971–1972)
  • D-3R / D-10 (1971–1975)
  • D-7 (1969–1972)
  • D-7R (1969, export model)
  • D-20 / D-30 (1975–1977)
  • D-30E (1976, export model)
  • D-40 / D-60 / D-90 (1977–1980)
  • D-65 / D-85 (1980, export model)
  • D-80 (1977, export model)
  • D-600 / D-700 / D-800 (1980–1981/1983)
  • D-500 (1983)
  • DK-40A (1972, export model)
  • DK-40C (1976, export model)
E series
  • E-1 (1962–1966)
  • E-2 (1966–1968)
  •  
    Yamaha Electone E-3 (1968–1972) on display at Hamamatsu Museum of Musical Instruments.
    E-3 (1968–1972)
  • E-3R (1970)
  • E-5 (1971, export model)
  • E-5AR (1973, export model)
  • E-10 (1975–1977)
  • E-10AR (1972, export model)
  • E-20 (1972–1977)
  • E-30 / E-50 / E-70 (1977–1980/1981)
  • E-70 (1977–1981, PASS)
  • E-45 / E-75 (1981, export model)
  • E-500 / E-700 (1981–1982/1983)
EL series (AWM(PCM) + FM)
EL-900m (2000–2003)
  • EL-7
  • EL-15
  • EL-17 (1995–2002)
  • EL-20 (1993–2000)
  • EL-25
  • EL-27 (1993–2000)
  • EL-37 (1994–2000)
  • EL-30 (1991–1996)
  • EL-40
  • EL-50 (1991–1996)
  • EL-57 (1996–1999)
  • EL-70 (1991–1996)
  • EL-87 / EL-87W (1995–1999)
  • EL-90 (1991–1998)
  • EL-100 (2002–2006)
  • EL-200 (2000–2002)
  • EL-400 (2000–2006)
  • EL-500 (1999–2003)
  • EL-700 (1999–2003)
  • EL-900 (1998–2003)
  • EL-900B (2002–2003)
  • EL-900m (2000–2003)
  • ELA-1 (2022)
  • ELK-10 (1994–2001)
  • ELK-400 (2001–2006)
  • ELX-1 (1992–2000)
  • ELX-1m (2000–2005)
ELB-01 (2006–)
Stagea ELS-01 (2004–2014)
Stagea ELC-02 (2016–)
Stagea series
  • ELB-01 / ELB-01K (2006–2015)
  • ELS-01 / ELS-01C (2004–2014)
  • ELS-01X (2005–2014)
  • ELS-01U / ELS-01CU / ELS-01XU (2009–)
  • ELS-02 / ELS-02C / ELS-02X (2014-)
  • ELB-02 (2015-)
  • ELC-02 (2016-)
Stagea D-Deck series
  • DDK-7 (2006, Stagea with portable keyboard style)
F series
  • F-1 (1964–1979)
  • F-2 (1966–1975)
F series console organ
  • F-30 / F-70 / F-50 (1981–1988)
  • F-5 / F-15 / F-25 / F-35 / F-45 / F-55 (1984, export model)
  • F-100 / F-200 (1994–2000)
  • F-300 / F-400 (1992–2000/1996)
  • F-700 (1989)
FC/FE/FS/FX series (FM synthesis)
  • FC-10 / FC-20 (1984–1986)
  • FE-30 / FE-40 / FE-50 / FE-50M / FE-50MB / FE-60 / FE-70 (1984–1986/1987)
  • FS-20 / FS-30 / FS-30M / FS-50 / FS-70 (1983–1986...1988(FS-30M))
  • FS-30A (1986–1987)
  • FS-100 / FS-200 / FS-300 / FS-500 (1983, export model)
  • FX-1 / FX-3 / FX-10 / FX-20 (1983–1987/1988)
HS-7+
ME10
HA/HC/HE/HK/HS/HX series (AWM(PCM) + FM)
  • HA-10 (1988–2001, 1manual)
  • HC-1 / HC-3 (1989–1994/1993)
  • HE-5 (1988–1994)
  • HK-10 (1988–1995)
  • HS-4 / HS-5 / HS-6 / HS-7/ HS-8 (1987–1992)
  • HX System1 (1987–1992)
  • HX-3 / HX-5 (1987–1992)
  • HX-1S (1989)
  • CHX-1 (1987, export model)
MC Series
  • MC-200 / MC-400 / MC-600
ME series
  • ME-400 / ME-600 (1985–1987)
  • ME-15 / ME-35 / ME-55 (1986–1989, portable keyboard style)
MR series
  • MR-1 (1983, export model, single manual)
T series
  • T-30 / T-60 (1966)
US series
  • US-1 (1988, export model)
  • US-1000 (1988, export model, single manual)

Combo organs edit

YC-45D
  • A-3 (1966)
YC series
  • YC-10 (1969)
  • YC-20 (1970)
  • YC-30 (1970)
  • YC-25D (1972)
  • YC-45D (1972)
  • YC-61/YC-73/YC-88 (2021) Based on Yamaha CP73 and CP88 and Nord with added drawbars
Reface series (digital)
  • Reface YC (2015)

Ensemble keyboards edit

 
SK50D Symphonic Ensemble
  • SS30 (1977, string ensemble)
  • CE20 / CE25 (1982) — cost down preset version of FM synth GS1 / GS2.
  • SY20 (1982, ensemble synthesizer for classroom)
SK series
  • SK10 (1979, organ/string/brass)
  • SK15 (1981, organ/poly-synth/string)
  • SK20 (1980, organ/poly-synth)
  • SK30 (1980, organ/poly-synth/solo-synth)
  • SK50D (1980, 2 manuals organ/poly-synth/solo-synth/bass)

Synthesizers edit

Yamaha GX-1
CS-15D
CS-80
DX1
DX7
VP1
AN1x
CS6x
S90 ES

GX

SY series
  • SY-1 (1974, solo part of GX-1, monophonic synth with initial/after touch)
  • SY-2 (c. 1975, a successor of SY-1)
  • for the workstations, see below

CS series (monophonic)
  • CS-01 (1982, shoulder keyboard, with breath controller)
  • CS-5 (1978)
  • CS-10 (1977)
  • CS-15 (1978, monophonic dual channel)
  • CS-15D (1978, monophonic dual channel)
  • CS-20M (1979, monophonic, patch memory)
  • CS-30 / CS30L (1977, monophonic dual modules, L = live performance version without analog seq.)
CS series (polyphonic)
  • CS-40M (1979, 2-voice, patch memory)
  • CS-50 (1977, 4-voice)
  • CS-60 (1977, 8-voice)
  • CS-70M (1981, 6-voice dual channel, patch memory, polyphonic seq.)
  • CS-80 (1976, 8-voice[25] dual channel)

DX/TX series
  • DX21 (1985, 4op FM)
  • DX27 / DX27S / SDX27S (1985/1986/1986, S = speakers, SDX = classroom model ?)
  • DX100 (1985, 4op FM, DX27 with mini keyboard)

VL/VP series (virtual acoustic)

CSx/ANx series (virtual analog / sample-based synthesis)

S series
  • S03[BL] / S03SL (2001/2004, BL = black, SL = silver)
  • S08 (2002, extended version of S03, support XG and GM2)
  • S30 (2000, based on CS6x)
  • S70 XS (2009, based on Motif XS without sequencer and sampler)
  • S80 (1999, based on CS6x)
  • S90 (2002, based on Motif 8 without sequencer and sampler)
  • S90ES (2005, based on Motif 8 ES without sequencer and sampler, support MSPS)
  • S90XS (2009, based on Motif XS without sequencer and sampler)
  • MX49 / MX61 (2012) - successor to MM6/MM8, with more than 1000 sounds from Motif XS
  • MX88 (2017)
Reface series
  • Reface CS (2015, 8 voice (single multimode oscillator per voice), virtual analog synthesizer based on the CS series)
  • Reface DX (2015, 8 Voice, 4 op fm based on the DX series)

Music workstations edit

SY77
EX5
Motif 7
MM6
V series
  • V50 (1989, music workstation, successor of DX11)
SY series (AFM/PCM/RCM(PCM×AFM))
W series
  • W5 / W5 ver.2 (1994/1995)
  • W7 / W7 ver.2 (1994/1995) — 61-key, AWM2 synthesis[27]
EX series
Motif/MO/MM series
  • Motif 6/7/8 (2001)[28]
  • Motif-Rack (2002)
  • Motif ES 6/7/8 (2003)
  • Motif-Rack ES (2004)
  • MO6 / MO8 / SDX-4000 (SDX = classroom keyboard based on MO6S) (2005)
  • MM6 / MM8 (2007/2008) - successor to EOS B2000
  • Motif XS 6/7/8 (2007)
  • Motif-Rack XS (2008)
  • Motif XF (2010)
  • MOX6 / MOX8 (2011) - with the sound engine and sample-ROM from Motif XS, half polyphony, no sampler
  • MOXF6 / MOXF8 (2013) - sound engine and sample-ROM from Motif XF, optional sample-flash-ROM
  • Motif XF6/XF7/XF8 WH (2014) - 40th Anniversary, special edition MOTIF XF white
Montage series
  • Montage 6/7/8 (2016-2023)
  • MODX 6/7/8 (2018)
  • Montage 6/7/8 WH (2019-2023) - white edition
  • MODX+ 6/7/8 (2022)
  • Montage M M6/M7/M8X (October 10, 2023)
Others
  • QS300 (1995) — music workstation similar to EOSB900, based on QY300+MU50[29]
Arranger workstations edit
Tyros
Tyros 4
Tyros series (The 'S' Series are counterparts of Tyros)
  • Tyros (1 May 2002)
  • Tyros2 (21 June 2005)
  • Tyros3 (17 April 2008)
  • Tyros4 (16 June 2010)
  • Tyros5 (13 July 2013)

PSR-1500

Genos series (The 'SX' Series are Based On the Genos)

  • Genos (31 August 2017)
  • Genos 2 (15 November 2023)
PSR arranger workstations (before PSR-S series)
  • PSR-1500 (21 January 2004)
  • PSR-3000 (21 January 2004)
  • PSR-7000 (1995, export model)
  • PSR-6000
  • PSR-5700
  • PSR-8000 (8 September 1997, export model)
  • PSR-9000 (9 September 1999, export model)
  • PSR-9000 Pro (2000, export model)
  • PSR-640
  • PSR-1000 (2001,export model)
  • PSR-740
  • PSR-1100 (2002,export model)
  • PSR-2000 (2001,export model)
  • PSR-2100 (2002,export model)
PSR-S500
PSR-S700
PSR-S Series
  • PSR-S500 (18 July 2006)
  • PSR-S550Si/PSR-S550Bl (April 22 2008) (The S550Si was exported in many countries as a silver version of the Black S550)
  • PSR-S650 (13 September 2010)
  • PSR-S700 (8 May 2006)
  • PSR-S710 (5 February 2009)
  • PSR-S900 (8 May 2006)
  • PSR-S910 (5 February 2009)
  • PSR-S750 (26 April 2012)
  • PSR-S950 (26 April 2012)
  • PSR-S670 (25 February 2015)
  • PSR-S770 (25 February 2015)
  • PSR-S970 (25 February 2015)
  • PSR-S775 (1 January 2018)
  • PSR-S975 (1 January 2018)

PSR-SX Series (Replaces the PSR-S Series)

  • PSR-SX900 (1 June 2019)
  • PSR-SX700 (1 June 2019)
  • PSR-SX600 (13 September 2020)

Oriental Arranger Workstations

  • PSR-A1000 (2002, Oriental version of Yamaha PSR-1100)
  • PSR-OR700 (2007, oriental version of Yamaha PSR-S700)
  • PSR-A2000 (2012, Oriental model and black version of Yamaha PSR S710)
  • PSR-A3000 (2016, Oriental version based on Yamaha PSR-S770 and first A Series to have multiple colours in the board)
  • PSR-A5000 (2021, Oriental version based on Yamaha PSR SX700)

Workstations edit

MU15
QY10
QY20
QY70
  • MU5 (1994)
  • MU15 (1998)
  • QR10 (c. 1993, Music Accompaniment Player with sampler and speaker)
  • QY8 (1994)
  • QY10 (1990)
  • QY20 (1992)
  • QY22 (1995)
  • QY70 (1997)(AWM2 engine)[30]
  • QY100[31] (2000)(AWM2 engine)
  • QY300 (c. 1994)
  • QY700 (1996)
  • V50

Groove machines edit

PSR D1-DJX
RM1x
RS7000
  • AN200 (2001) — desktop module[32] based on PLG150-AN similar to AN1x, with drum sound and step sequencer.
  • DX200 (2001) — desktop module based on PLG150-DX compatible with DX7,[33] with additional filter & envelope, drum sounds and step sequencer.
  • PSRD1 / PSR

D1-DJX (1998, DJ keyboard)

  • DJX-II / DJX-IIB (2000, DJ keyboard/DJ groove machine)
  • RM1x (1998)
  • RS7000 (2001)[34]
  • RX5 (1986)
  • RX7 (1987)

Drum machines edit

RY30
RM50
RX series
  • RX5 (1986)
  • RX7 (1987)
  • RX8 (1988, 43 samples)
  • RX11 (1984)
  • RX15 (1984)
  • RX17 (1987)
  • RX21 / RX21L (1985, L = Latin percussion)
  • RX120 (1988, 38 samples)
RY series
  • RY8 (1994)
  • RY9 (1999)
  • RY10 (1992)[35]
  • RY20 (1994)
  • RY30 (1991, AWM2(16bit PCM))
RM series
  • RM50[36] (1993) - drum sound module
MR series
  • MR10 (1983)
DD series
  • DD5 (c. 1989)[37]
  • DD10
PTX series
  • PTX8 (1986) Percussion Tone Generator
TXM series
  • TMX (1992) Drum Trigger Module

Samplers edit

TX16W
SU700
VSS-200
VSS series (mini keyboard)
A series (rack mount)
  • A3000 / A3000 ver.2 (1997)
  • A4000 (1999)
  • A5000 (1999)
  • A7000 / A7000 ver.2 (1995)
SU series (desktop module)
  • SU10 (1995)
  • SU200 (2000)
  • SU700 (1998)

Sound modules edit

sound modules not fit into other categories
  • CBXT3 — General MIDI and other modes supported
  • FB-01 — (1986) 4op FM/8 multi-timbral sound module, suitable for CX5M system. a forerunner of TG & MU series
  • FS1R (1998) — FM/Formant synthesis
  • TG100 (1991) — General MIDI sound module[38]
  • TG300 / TG300GRAY (1993/1994) — PCM,[39] GS compatible
  • TG500 (1992)
  • TX1P (1987, piano)
XG sound modules edit
MU series
 
MU2000
  • MU5
  • MU10
  • MU15 (1995)
  • MU50 (1995, half-rack unit)
  • MU80 (1994/1996)
  • MU90/ MU90R / MU90B
  • MU100 / MU100R / MU100B / MU100BS (1997/?/1998/1999)
  • MU128 (1998)
  • MU500 (2000)
  • MU1000 (1999)
  • MU2000 / MU2000EX (1999/)

Plug-in sound boards edit

 
DB50XG XG daughter-board for Wave Blaster port
  • DB50XG (1995) — XG sound daughter-board for Wave Blaster port
  • DB51XG (1998?) — XG sound daughter-board for Wave Blaster port, smaller footprint than DB50XG, main processor is XU94700 (a very big chip)
  • DB60XG (?) — XG sound daughter-board for Wave Blaster port with audio-in (like SW60XG), only for Japan
  • NEC XR385 (?) — OEM/Licensed? XG sound board for (unknown) karaoke machine, audio inputs are suitable for microphone instead of line levels
Modular Synthesis Plug-in System
MSPS plug-in sound board, supported by Motif series, MU series, S series, CS6x/CS6R, etc..[40]
  • PLG150-AN — Analog physical modeling synthesis, similar to AN1x
  • PLG150-AP — sampling grand piano, based on Yamaha NEW CFIIIS
  • PLG150-DR — drum sound, equivalent to drum part of Motif
  • PLG100-DX — plug-in board version of DX7
  • PLG150-DX — successor of PLG100-DX, compatible with DX7
  • PLG150-PC — percussion sound, based on Latin Groove Factory/Q Up Arts
  • PLG150-PF — PCM piano sound
  • PLG150-SG — formant synging synthesizer, forerunner of Vocaloid[41]
  • PLG100-VH — vocoder / harmonizer board
  • PLG100-VL — plug-in board version of VL70m
  • PLG150-VL — successor of PLG100-VL, similar to VA algorithm on EX5
  • PLG100-XG — XG sound, based on MU50/MU100
  • SW60SG (1996), an ISA version

Software synthesizers edit

 
VOCALOID demo - collaborating with HRP-4C Miim by AIST

MIDI controllers edit

KX series
  • KX25 (2008)
  • KX49 (2008)
  • KX61 (2008)
  • KX8 (2008, GHS action)
  • KX76 (1985, initial/after touch)
  • KX88 (1984, piano touch, initial/after touch)
CBX series
  • CBX-K1 / CBX-K1XG (1995, XG = XG sound)
  • CBX-K2 (1998)
  • CBX-K3 (1993)
Keytars edit
KX5
SHS-10
  • CS-01 (1982, shoulder analog synth with breath controller)
  • KX-1 (1983)
  • KX-5 (1984)
  • SHS-10[R][S][B] (1987/1988, FM & MIDI, similar to PSS-390, R = red, S = silver, B = black (1988))[42]
  • SHS-200 (1988)
Guitar synthesizers edit
  • G10 (1988, guitar MIDI Controller (using super sonic sensor)/Sound module, compatible with TX802/TX81Z)
  • G1D (1996, HEX pickup)
  • G50 (1996, guitar MIDI converter for G1D/B1D/B5D)
  • B1D / B5D (1997/?, bass HEX pickup)

EZ series guitar style
  • EZ-EG (2002 or 2003, EZ series, electric guitar style, 6strings, 12frets)
  • EZ-AG (2003 or 2005, EZ series, acoustic guitar style, 6strings, 12frets)
Wind controllers edit
 
WX7 wind controller (with hands of player)
WX series edit
  • WX5 (1998)
  • WX7 (1987)
  • WX11 / WT11 (1989, Wind controller/sound module)

The Yamaha WX5, WX11, and WX7 are models of monophonic MIDI wind controller musical instruments manufactured by the Yamaha Corporation that have since been discontinued. The fingering system is based on the saxophone basic fingering. Like a keyboard controller, wind controllers send MIDI note information electronically to an external sound module or tone generator which in turn synthesizes a tremendous variety of musical tones. Unlike a keyboard controller which is usually polyphonic, a wind controller is monophonic. The only limits to the kinds of sounds available are the limitations of the external module/tone generator, not the WX5 itself. A WX5 performer can sound like any melodic instrument: wind, string, percussion, keyboard, or purely electronic, including special sound effects. In addition most tone generators a mix of instruments can be programmed.

The WX5 wind controller simulates a wind instrument because of the way it is played, the key layout, and because it responds to breath (wind) pressure as well as lip pressure on a simulated reed mouthpiece similar to that of a saxophone or clarinet. The wind and lip pressure information is converted to MIDI data which is interpreted by the external sound module. Usually the wind pressure is interpreted as loudness and lip pressure is interpreted as pitch bend; thus, the instrument responds much like an acoustic wind instrument and extremely realistic musical phrasing is available to the player.

The WX5 has a 16-key layout similar to a standard saxophone. It also includes a built-in MIDI output connector, a dedicated connector and cable for direct connections to Yamaha WX-Series tone generators, a high-resolution wind sensor, and a thumb-controlled pitch bend wheel. Yamaha recommend that this device be used with the Yamaha VL70m Virtual Acoustic Tone Generator.

The WX7 was the first model that Yamaha produced, beginning in 1987.[43] This was followed by the WX11 in 1993,[44] and then the WX5 in 1999—2001. The WX5 was discontinued in October 2017.[45]

Note: the 1993 date for introduction of the WX11 is in doubt. On the 1991 CD release "Love In" by the Australian band "The Freaked Out Flower Children" (Discogs: https://www.discogs.com/release/4281005) Sophie Lee is credited as playing the WX11.

=References= edit
EZ series wind instruments edit
  • EZ-TP (2004, EZ series, trumpet style, 3valves)
Breath controllers edit
  • BC2
  • BC3
Tenori-on edit
 
Tenori-on TNR-W
  • TNR-W (2008, white LED buttons)
  • TNR-O (2009, orange LED buttons)
Wearable Instruments edit

Interfaces edit

MIDI interfaces edit
  • UX16
  • UX96
  • UX256
  • MI-3100 for the Toshiba 3100
MIDI effects edit
  • MEP4 (c. 1988) MIDI Event Processor[46]
MLAN edit
  • mLAN8P
  • mLAN8E
  • mLAN16E
  • mLAN-EX
  • i88X

Music sequencers edit

  • QX1 (1984)
  • QX3 (1987)
  • QX5 / QX5FD (1986/1988 or 1989)
  • QX7 (1985)
  • QX21 (1985)
Music data recorders edit
Data recorders for player pianos, digital pianos, Electones, and more
MDF series
MIDI Data Filer
  • MDF1 (1986, media: 2.8-inch Quick Disk)
  • MDF2 (media: 3.5-inch 2D FD)
  • MDF3 (media: 3.5-inch 2HD FD)
DSR series
  • DSR-1 (1987, digital sequencer recorder)
MDR series
Music data player edit
  • MDP-30 (2008, music data player for accompaniment/lesson, PCM sound:XG/GM2/GS, USB memory/USB FDD ready)
SFG-01 FM synthesizer unit

Music computers edit

  • C1 / C1/20 (1987) — IBM PC compatible laptop PC for music production (i286@10 MHz), with 8 MIDI ports and Voyetra sequencer. /20 = 20M HD
  • CX5M / CX5F (1984) — MSX computer for music production, with SFG-01 FM synthesizer unit including MIDI I/O
  • CX7M/128 (1985)— successor of CX5M, MSX2 version, with SFG-05 FM synthesizer unit

Music software edit

  • MA-63W (1999, XGworks V3.0 for windows 95/98)

Computer music packages edit

Hello! Music!
computer music packages comprises CBX hardware and software (XGworks, etc.)
  • CBX-101 (1992)
  • CBX-201 (1992)
  • CBX-302 (1993)
    • CBX-S3 (1993, stereo speaker)
    • CBX-T3 (1993, tone generator with MIDI I/F)
  • CBX-PCC10 (1996, unknown)

Classroom keyboards edit

  • SY20 (1982, ensemble synthesizer for classroom)
  • SDX27S (1986, classroom version of DX27S)
Hello! Music! for Education
  • SDX-2000 (1989, classroom keyboard based on EOS B200)
  • SDX-3000 (1995, classroom keyboard based on EOS B900)
  • SDX-4000 (classroom keyboard based on MO6S)

Portable keyboards edit

TYU series
Music Card ROM cartridge & LED key guide
  • TYU-30 Fun-Keyboard (mini KB, squarewave tone)[42]
  • TYU-40 (mini KB, squarewave tone, pitchbender & microphone)[42]

PortaSound edit

PS-3
PS-20
  • PS-1 / PS-2[42] / PS-3 (1980, mini KB)
  • PS-10 / PS-20[42] / PS-30[42] / PS-30B (1981/1982, 44-48key)
  • PS-300 / PS-400 (1982, mini KB)
  • MP-1 (1982, mini KB, with built-in musical score printer)[42]
  • PS-25 / PS-35 / PS-35S (1983, S = Silver)
  • PS-55 / PS-55S (1983, stereo, S=Silver (colour), CPU Intel 8085, Waveform Synth IG09510)[47]
  • MK-100 (1983, mini KB, digital sound)[42]
  • PS-200 (1984, mini KB)
  • PS-6100 (1984)
PortaSound PlayCard series edit
PlayCard music card reader models
PC-50
  • PC-50 (1983, mini KB)
  • PC-100 (1982, mini KB)[42]
  • PC-1000 (1983)
  • PCS-30[42] / PCS-500[42] (1984)
  • PCR-800 (1985)
PortaSound PSS series edit
PSS-50
PSS-270

HandySound edit

  • HS-200[42] / HS-400 / HS-500[42] / HS-501 (1982, extra mini KB)

PortaTone edit

PortaTone DSR series edit
  • DSR-500 (1988)
  • DSR-1000 (c. 1987)
  • DSR-2000 (c. 1987)[50]

PortaTone PSR series edit
PSR
PSR-7
PSR-12
PSR-73
PSR-76
PSR-295
PSR-620
PSR-1000
PSR-E
PSR-E403
  • PSR-E203 (2005)
  • PSR-E213 (2007)
  • PSR-E223 (2009
  • PSR-E233 (2011)
  • PSR-E243 (2013)
  • PSR-E253 (2015)
  • PSR-E263 (2017)
  • PSR-E273 (2020)
  • PSR-E303 (2005)
  • PSR-E313 (2007)
  • PSR-E323 (2009)
  • PSR-E333 (2011)
  • PSR-E343 (2013)
  • PSR-E353 (2015)
  • PSR-E363 (2017)
  • PSR-E373 (2020)
  • PSR-E403 (2005)
  • PSR-E413 (2007)
  • PSR-E423 (2009, with touch response)
  • PSR-E433 (2011)
  • PSR-E443 (2013)
  • PSR-E453 / PSR-EW400 (2015, Stadium Rock is first style, SurfRock, BeachRock, CanadianRock, ChartPianoPop, 70sRock added in 8Beat, New Style Collection is Movie & Show and 38 styles including WildWest, Showtune and TapDanceSwing, etc. in Movie & Show and Another Style collection is Entertainer and 34 styles in Entertainer)
  • PSR-E463 / PSR-EW410 (2017, 758 high-quality voices with 1 sample voice for sampling, 235 styles, 30 built-in songs, 10 user songs, 8 banks with 4 registrations, and groove generator) The EW410 offers 76 keys and features phono jacks for connecting external powered speakers. The E463 has 61 keys.
  • PSR-E473 / PSR-EW425 (2021, 820 high-quality voices with Super Articulation Lite and 1 sample voice for sampling, 290 styles,30 built-in songs, 10 user songs, 8 banks with 4 registrations, and groove generator) The EW425 offers 76 keys and features phono jacks for connecting external powered speakers. The E473 has 61 keys.
PSR others
  • PSR-I400 (2019, with Indian styles)
  • PSR-I500 (10 April 2018, with Indian styles)
  • PSR-I455 (28 December 2011, with Indian styles)
  • PSR-I425 (18 May 2007, with touch response)
  • PSR-A3 (1995, with Arabic Scale)
  • PSR-D1 / PSRD1-DJX (1998, DJ keyboard)
  • PSR-GX76 (2000, export model, with Portable Grand)
  • PSR-K1 (6 February 2003, with Karaoke function and built-in microphone)
  • PSR-F50/PSR-F51/PSR-F52
EOS series (including YS/SDX/TQ)
EOS YS200
  • EOS YS100 / YS100 (1988, easy operating FM synth, 4op FM/8 muti-timbral)[29]
  • EOS YS200 / YS200 / TQ5 (1988, YS100 with 8track sequencer, TQ = desktop module version)[29]
  • EOS DS55 (c. 1988)
  • EOS B200 / SDX-2000 (1988/1989, SDX = classroom keyboard)[29]
  • EOS B500 (1990)
  • EOS B700 (1993, minor change of B500)
  • EOS B900 / SDX-3000 (1995/1995, floppy disk, SDX = classroom keyboard)
  • EOS B900EX (1996, minor change of B900, with blue body and USB)
  • EOS B2000 / EOS B2000W (1998, with sequencer similar to QY700, sampling similar to SU10, W = white)
  • EOS BX (2001, produced by Daisuke Asakura, based on S03 with USB)

EZ series edit

PSR-J/EZ series keyboard
  • EZ-J14 (2003)
  • EZ-J15 (2005)
  • EZ20 (2001, export model)
  • PSR-J20 / PSR-J20C (1999)
  • PSR-J21 (2000)
  • EZ-J22 (2001)
  • EZ-J23 (2002, silver & pink)
  • EZ-J24 (2003)
  • EZ-J25 (2005)
  • EZ-30 (26 January 2001, export model)
  • EZ-300 (2020)
  • PSR-J51 (2000)
  • EZ-J53 (2002)
  • EZ-150 (2003, export model)
  • EZ-200 / EZ-J200 (18 January 2007)
  • EZ-220 (20 February 2012)
  • EZ-J210 (2009)
  • EZ-250i (17 March 2003, export model, bundled Konami Keyboard Mania)

Silent instruments edit

SV-100

Electric violins edit

  • YSV-104
  • SV-120 (discontinued)
  • SV-130 (discontinued)
  • SV-150 (discontinued)
  • SV-200 (discontinued)
  • EV-204 (discontinued)
  • EV-205 (discontinued)
  • SV-250
  • SV-255

Electric violas edit

  • SVV-200SK

Electric cellos edit

  • SVC-50SK
  • SVC-100 (discontinued)
  • SVC-110SK
  • SVC-200SK
  • SVC-210SK

Electric upright basses edit

  • SLB-100SK
  • SLB-200SK
  • SLB-200LTD
  • SLB300

Guitars edit

Acoustic guitars edit

F310

Classical guitars edit
C-30M
C-80
Concert Classic[53]
  • GC-3 (c. 1967)
  • GC-5 (c. 1967) Solid cedar top, laminate rosewood back and sides
  • GC-7 (c. 1967) Solid cedar top, laminate rosewood back and sides
  • GC-10 (c. 1967) Solid cedar top, Solid rosewood back and sides
  • gc 60 (c. 1968)
  • Concert Classic 80 (c. 1968)
  • Concert Classic 100 (c. 1968)
  • Concert Classic 120 (c. 1968)
  • Concert Classic 150 (c. 1968)
Flamenco series
  • GC-5F (c. 1968)
  • GC-7F (c. 1968)
  • GC-10F (c. 1968)
Custom Classical guitars
  • GC-30A (c. 1974)
  • GC-30B (c. 1974)
  • GC-30C (c. 1974)
C series
(S = small body model)
  • C-30S (c. 1984, small body)
  • C40
  • C-50S (c. 1984, small body)
  • C-170A (c. 1984)
  • C-200A (c. 1984)
  • C-250A (c. 1984)
  • C-300A (c. 1984)
  • C-400A (c. 1984)
  • C-530 (c. 1988)
Grand Concert Classic
  • CG-150 (c. 1968)[53]
  • CG-180SA (c. 1966)
CG series
  • CG-100A
  • CG-101A
  • CG-120
  • CG-120A
  • CG-151
  • CG-171SF
GD series
  • GD-10[C] (1990)
  • GD-20[C] (1990)
  • GD-20[E][CE] (1992)
Grand Concert GD-10
G-245S
G series
Model Years MSR Description
  • G50A 1969-72 $69.50
  • G-60 1970- $59.00 Two-piece spruce top, maple back and sides, rosewood fingerboard and bridge, length 39+14 inches, width 14+12 inches
  • G60A 1969-73 $79.50
  • G65A 1972-74 $95.50
  • G70A 1969-$72 --.--
  • G-80 1970- (1970 price $69.00) Two-piece spruce top, maple back and sides, rosewood fingerboard and bridge, nineteen nickel silver frets, length 39+14 inches, width 14+12inches
  • G80A 1969-74 $75.00
  • G85A 1970-72 $89.50
  • G90A 1967-74 $125.50
  • G-100 1967-76 (1970 price $79.00) Two-piece spruce top, maple back and sides, rosewood fingerboard and bridge with nineteen nickel silver frets, length 39+14 inches, width 14+12 inches
  • G100A 1970-72 $99.50
  • G-120 1970- (1970 price $89.00) Two-piece spruce top, curly maple back and sides, mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard and bridge, length 39+14 inches, width 14+12 inches
  • G120A 1970-76 $142.50
  • G130A 1969-76 $119.50
  • G150A 1970-76 $166.50
  • G-160 1970-1977-? (1970 price $109.00) Two-piece spruce top, rosewood back and sides, mahogany neck, nineteen nickel silver frets, six color wood marquetry around soundhole, length 39+14 inches, width 14+12 inches, 36-inch scale [54]
  • G280A 1972-74 $300
  • G231S 1978-80 Spruce top, laminate mahogany back and sides, rosewood fretboard and bridge, nut width 2 inches - 51 mm
  • G-245S 1977-81 $265.00 Solid spruce top, laminate rosewood back and sides, rosewood fretboard and bridge, Nato neck 658 mm scale
  • G-245Sii 1981-$1985 --.--
  • G-250S 1977-1981 $290 Solid spruce top/quarter sawn, real wood marquetry rosette, triple laminated veneer head, Ebony fingerboard, rosewood back and sides, rosewood bridge, transverse fan type bracing, concert scale size of 260mm with a 52mm nut width
  • G255S 1977-81 $360.00 Solid spruce top/quarter sawn, real wood marquetry rosette, triple laminated veneer head, Ebony fingerboard, rosewood back and sides, Jacaranda bridge, transverse fan type bracing, concert scale size of 260mm with a 52mm nut width
  • G255Sii 1981-85 $375.00 Solid cedar top
  • G-260S 1981-$85 xxx.xx Concert guitar laminated back/sides
Steel and nylon string option guitars edit
Dynamic Guitar[55][56][57][58]
Yamaha Dynamic Guitar S-50A (c. 1969): headstock and soundhole.
  • No. 30 (1950s)
  • No. 50 (1950s)
  • No. 70 (c. 1958)
  • No. 1 / No. 1A / No. 1B (c. 1958)
  • No. 2 (c. 1958 or 1961)
  • No. 4 (1950s/1960s[59])
  • No. 8 (c. 1958)
  • No. 10A / No. 10B (before 1963)
  • No. 15 (before 1963)
  • No. 20 / No. 20A (before 1963/after 1963)
  • No. 40 (c. 1958)
  • No. 80 (before 1963)
  • S-20[60]
  • S50 / S-50 (after 1963)
  • S70 / S-70 (after 1963)
  • No. 25 (c. 1964)
  • No. 45 (c. 1964)
  • No. 60 (c. 1964)
  • No. 85 (c. 1964)
  • No.100 (c. 1967)
  • No. 120 (c. 1964)
  • No. 300 (c. 1964)
Steel-string acoustic guitars edit
F series
  • F-310
  • F-315
  • F-325
  • F-335 TBS
  • F-370
  • F-D01
  • FD01S
  • F-D02
FG series
label colors: R,R2:red label, G,G2:green label, B:black label
body shapes: folk / '68jumbo / jumbo / new jumbo / HQ jumbo / yamaha jumbo / semi-jumbo / western / yamaha western
FG-110
FG-150
  • FG-75 (c. 1969R2, slightly small (length 40 inches))
  • FG-75 1
  • FG-110 (c. 1968R, folk)[53]
  • FG-120F (1974/1975 size 00 Black Label)
  • FG-130 (1972G, folk)
  • FG-140 (c. 1969R, '68jumbo)
  • FG-150 / FG-150F (c. 1968R/1974B, folk)[53]
  • FG-151 / FG-151B (1976/1978, western)
  • FG-152 (1976, folk)
  • FG-160 (1972G, jumbo)
  • FG-170 (1972G, folk)
  • FG-180 (c. 1968R, '68jumbo)[53]
  • FG-180J (1974B, jumbo)
  • FG-200 / FG-200J (1972G/1974B, jumbo)
  • FG-200F (1974B, folk)
  • FG-200D (1981, yamaha western)
  • FG-201 / FG-201B (1976/1978, western)
  • FG-202 / FG-202B / FG-202D (1976/1978/1981, folk)
  • FG-220 (c. 1969R2, '68jumbo)
FG-230
  • FG-230 (c. 1968R, 12strings '68jumbo)[53]
  • FG-240 (1972G, jumbo)
  • FG-250 / FG-250F (1972G/1974B, folk)
  • FG-250J (1974B, jumbo)
  • FG-250D / FG-250M / FG-250S (1981/1984, yamaha western, M = mahogany side & back, S = sunburst)
  • FG12-250 (1981, 12strings yamaha western)
  • FG-251 / FG-251B (1976/1978, western)
  • FG-252 / FG-252B / FG-252D / FG-252C (1976/1978/1981/1984, folk)
  • FG-260 (1972G, 12strings jumbo)
  • FG-280 (c. 1969R2/1972G, '68jumbo)
  • FG-300 (c. 1969R2, '68jumbo)
  • FG-300J (1974B, jumbo)
  • FG-300N (1974/1975, jumbo, N = jacaranda sides & back)
  • FG-300D / FG-300DE (1981, yamaha western, E = 2way piezo electric)
  • FG-300S / FG-300M (1981/1984, yamaha western, S = sunburst, M = mahogany side & back)
  • FG-12-300 (1974B, 12strings jumbo)
  • FG-301 / FG-301B (1976/1978, western)
  • FG12-301 / FG12-301B (1976/1980, 12strings western)
  • FG-302 / FG-302B / FG-302D / FG-302C (1976/1978/1981/1984, folk)
  • FG-303 / FG-303E (1981, semi-jumbo, E = 2way piezo electric)
  • FG-310
  • FG-325
  •  
    Yamaha FG-331 acoustic guitar
    FG-331
  • FG-332
  • FG-335
  • FG-335 II
  • FG-340 (1972G, folk)
  • FG-340 II (1981–85, western)
  • FG-345 II (1981-1985)
  • FG-350 (c. 1969R, '68jumbo)
  • FG-350F (1974B, fork)
  • FG-350J (1974B, jumbo)
  • FG-350E (1972G2, western style jumbo, E = magnetic electric (Gibson J-160E style))
  • FG-350D (1981, yamaha western)
  • FG12-350 (1981, 12strings yamaha western)
  • FG-351 / FG-351B (1976/1978, western)
  • FG-360 (1972G, jumbo)
FG-365SII
  • FG-400
  • FG-400J (1974B, jumbo)
  • FG-400W (1974B, western style jumbo)
  • FG-400D / FG-400S / FG-400M (1981/1981/1984, yamaha western, S = sunburst, M = mahogany side & back)
  • FG-401
  • FG-401B (1978, western)
  • FG-401W / FG-401WB (1976/1980, western, western style)
  • FG-402 /FG-402B / FG-402C (1976/1978/1984, folk)
  • FG-403 (1981, semi-jumbo)
  • FG-410A
  • FG-411S
  • FG-412 BL
  • FG-420
  • FG-420A
  • FG-420-12A (12 String)
  • FG-430
  • FG-440 (1972G, folk)
  • FG-441
  • FG-450 (1972G, jumbo)
  • FG-450E (1974B, western style jumbo, E = magnetic electric (J-160E style))
  • FG-455
  • FG-460-12 (12 string)
  • FG-461
  • FG-500 (c. 1969R, '68jumbo)
  • FG-500F (1974B, folk)
  • FG-500J (1974B, jumbo)
  • FG-500S (1981, yamaha western, S = sunburst)
  • FG-550 (c. 1969R, 12strings '68jumbo)
  • FG-580 (1972G2, new jumbo)
  • FG-600S (1972G2, folk, western style, S = sunburst)
  • FG-600J (1974B, HQ jumbo)
  • FG-612S (1981-1985, 12strings)
  • FG-630 (1972G2, 12strings new jumbo)
  • FG-700 (1972G2, new jumbo)
  • FG-700S (1974B, western style jumbo, S = sunburst)
FG720S-12
FG730S
  • FG-720S
  • FG-720S-12 (12strings)
  • FG-730S
  • FG-750S
  • FG-800J (1974B, HQ jumbo)
  • FG-12-800 (1974B, 12strings HQ jumbo)
  • FG-850 (1972G2, new jumbo)
  • FG-1000 (1972G2, new jumbo)
  • FG-1000J (1974B, HQ jumbo)
  • FG-1200J (1974B, HQ jumbo)
  • FG-1200S / FG-1200SN (1974, western style jumbo (Gibson Dove style), S = sunburst, SN = natural)
  • FG-1500 (1972G2, folk)
  • FG-2000 (1972G2, new jumbo)
  • FG-2500 (1972G2, 12strings new jumbo)
FX series
  • FX-170A (1984, yamaha jumbo, limited entry model)
L series
(finishes: S,S* = sunburst, T = satin wood color ?)
E = electric acoustic model with piezo pickup systems:
E in 1980: piezo pickup (bar type under saddle) + 3 controls (bass, treble, volume)
E in 1981: 2way piezo pickups (bar type under saddle & dot type under lower end-pin) + 3 or 4 controls (bass, treble, volume, and mix (PMSII on L-10E))
  • L-5 / L-5S / L-5T (1976/1976/1984)
  • L-5A (1978-1984)
  • L-5ES / L-5E / L-5SE (1980/1981, yamaha western, ES = piezo electric, E/SE = 2way piezo electric)
  • L12-5 / L12-5A (1976/1980, 12strings yamaha western)
  • L-6 (1976, yamaha western)
  • L12-6 / L12-6E (1981, 12strings yamaha western, E = 2way piezo electric)
  • L-7S (1976, yamaha western, western style (Gibson Dove style))
  • L-8 / L-8S (1976/1981, yamaha western)
  • L12-8 / L12-8A (1976/1980, 12strings yamaha western)
  • L-10 / L-10S / L-10T (1976/1976/1984, yamaha western)
  • L-10ES / L-10E (1980/1981, yamaha western, ES = piezo electric + sunburst, E = 2way piezo electric + 4way controls (PMS II))
  • L-12S / L-12SN (1976, yamaha western, western style (Gibson Dove style), S = sunburst, SN = natural)
  • L-15 (1976/1980, yamaha western/yamaha jumbo)
  • L-21A (1984, jumbo, A = old finish)
  • L-31 / L-31A (1974/1978, HQ jumbo/yamaha jumbo, A = old finish)
  • L-41 (1980, yamaha western)
L series custom made
  • L12-50 Custom (1980, 12strings yamaha jumbo)
  • L-51 (1974, custom I/custom A)
  • L-52 / CJ-52 Custom (1974/1980, custom II/custom B/country jumbo (Gibson Everly Brothers style))
  • L-53 (1974, custom III/custom C)
  • L-53 Custom (1980, yamaha jumbo)
  • L-54 (1974, custom IV/custom D, western style (Gibson Dove style))
  • L-55 Custom (1980, yamaha jumbo)
LA series
luxury artist model, based on L series (original LA shape)
  • LA-17 (1984)
  • LA-27 (1984)
  • LA-37 (1984)
  • LA12-37 (1984, 12strings)
  • LA-47 (1984)
  • LA-57 Custom (1984)
LJ series
  • LJ6 (China)
  • LJ16 (China)
  • LJ26 (Japan)
  • LJ36 (Japan)
LL series
  • LL6, LLX6 (China, X = electric)
  • LL16, LLX16, LLX16C (China, X = electric, C = cutaway)
  • LL26, LLX26C (Japan, X = electric, C = cutaway)
  • LL36, LLX36C (Japan, X = electric, C = cutaway)
LS series
  • LS6 (China)
  • LS16 (China)
  • LS26 (Japan)
  • LS36 (Japan)
CJ series
CJ Custom
(Dragon Guitar)
Yamaha original country jumbo (Gibson J-200 style)
  • CJ-7 (1978–1983)
  • CJ-8XE (1981, Gibson Everly Brothers style, XE = 2way piezo electric)
  • CJ-10, CJ-10B (1978–1983, B = brown burst)
  • CJ-12 (1993–2007)
  • CJ-12P BL (1997–2007)
  • CJ-15 / CJ-15B (1978–1983, B = brown burst)
  • CJ-22 (1992–2007)
  • CJ-32 (1994–2009)
  • CJ-52 Custom (1980–1988, Gibson Everly Brothers style)
CP series
popular type (classical guitar)
  • CP-300 (1978)
  • CP-400 (1978)
  • CP-500 (1978)
CWE series
electric acoustic model with single cutaway, semi-jumbo shallow body, 22 frets, piezo pickup system
PMS IV: 2way pickup + 4controls
PMS V: bar piezo + 3controls
  • CWE-8 (c. 1984)
  • CWE-18 (1984, PMS V)
  • CWE-18C (1984, PMS IV, gut string)
  • CWE-28 (1984, PMS IV)
  • CWE-58 (1984, PMS IV)
N series
  • N500 (1976, yamaha western)
  • N700 (1976, yamaha western)
  • N1000 (1976, yamaha western)
S series
yamaha original semi-jumbo
  • S-11 / S-11E (1980/1981, yamaha semi-jumbo, E = 2way piezo electric)
  • S-21 (1980, yamaha semi-jumbo)
  • S-51 Custom (1980, yamaha semi-jumbo)
SJ series
  • SJ-180 (1981-1985, yamaha semi-jumbo)[61]
XS series
yamaha original semi-jumbo, based on CJ-52 Custom/L-52/CJ-8XE line
  • XS-16Black (1982, semi-jumbo)
  • XS-26E Black (1982, semi-jumbo, E = 2way piezo electric + 4way controls)
  • XS-56E Black (1982, semi-jumbo, E = 2way piezo electric + 4way controls (PMS II))
Guitalele
GL-1
Mattias Eklundh playing Yamaha Silent Guitar on Clinic
APX1996
APX700
CPX700

Guitalele edit

Silent guitars edit

  • SLG-100N
  • SLG-100S
  • SLG-110N
  • SLG-110S
  • SLG-130NW
  • SLG-200S
  • SLG-200N
  • SLG-200NW

Electric-acoustic guitars edit

  • 5A
  • APX series
  • CPX series
  • FAX
  • FGX/FJX
  • FX
  • LX
  • NTX

Electric guitars edit

AE11
AES500
AES820
AE series
full hollow body, single cutaway
AES series
thinline hollow body, single cutaway
CV series
EG series
ERG series
  • ERG-121
EX series
Explorer shape
  • EX-1 / EX-2 (1985)
GX series
headless guitars
  • GX1 (1986)
Pacifica 112V
Pacifica 112JL
Pacifica PAC1511MS Mike Stern signature
Pacifica
RGX211
RGX312
RGX521D
RGX series
Super Strat type
  • RGX110
  • RGX120D
  • RGX121z
  • RGX211
  • RGX312
  • RGX420DZ
  • RGX421D
  • RGX512J
  • RGX721D
  • RGXA2
RGZ series
  • RGZ321P
SA series
thinline hollow body, double cutaway
SA2200
SA500
SA503TVL
SA series (Rickenbacker type)
semi-acoustic guitars similar to Rickenbacker
SC series
SE series
Session series
  • Session 503 (1985)
  • Session 512 (1985)
  • Session 520 (1985)
SF series
SG series (earlier) edit
earlier SG series[# 1]
  • SG-2 (1966, asymmetrical double cutaway 1)
  • SG-3 (1966, asymmetrical double cutaway 2)
1966-67 SG reverse cutaway
SGV300PG (2000)
SG-3C (1967)
1968 SG non-reverse cutaway
  • SG-2C (1968)
  • SG-3C (1968)
1972 SG single cutaway
SGV series edit

Asymmetrical double cutaway guitar based on earlier SG-2, 5/5A, 7/7A [see above], manufactured in early 2000s

  • SGV-300
  • SGV-500
  • SGV-700 (Japan only)
  • SGV-800 (2000)
  • SGV-1200 (Japan only)(2001)
  • SGV Blue Jeans (Japan only)
SG series (stable) edit
1973-74 SG series (with different pickguard shape)[63]
stable SG series (SG-2000 shape)[63]
SG-175 (1974)
SG2000 Devadip (1976)
SG2100S (1984)
SG1802 (2010)
SBG3000
SG1820LTD (2011)
  • SG-175 (1974, 1st model with current SG style)
  • SG-175B (1996, Yamaha Electric Guitars 30th Anniversary, with Buddha inlay replicated from Carlos Santana model)
  • SG-25S / SG-25T (1991 by Yamaha custom shop, Yamaha Electric Guitars 25th Anniversary, based on SG-3000, S = pearl inlay on the body (hummingbird and floral), T = Takanaka model (tremolo and HSH pickups))
  • SG-200 (1978) Yuri Kasparyan
  • SG-300
  • SG-400 (1976)
  • SG-500 / SG-500B (July 1976/?)
  • SG-510 (1983)
  • SG-600 (1979)
  • SG-700 (July 1976)
  • SG-710T (1984, tremolo)
  • SG-800 (1977)
  • SG-800S / SBG-500 (1981/1981 (or 1982), limited 6 colors)
  • SG1000 / SG-1000L / SBG-1000 (July 1976–1984/1977/1976–1983 in the US, set-in neck, L = left hand)
  • SG-1000N / SG1000-24 (1983, 24 = 24frets)
  • SG-1000NW (1984)
  • SG-1000S (1976)
  • SG-1000X (1981)
  • SG-1000XU
  • SG-1000XY (1985)
  • SG-1300 / SG-1300-24 / SG-1300T (1983, 24 = 24frets, T = tremolo)
  • SG-1300TS (1984, tremolo)
  • SG-1500 (July 1976–1978(or 1979) in the US, basically same as SG-2000, with dot inlay and chrome hardware)[63]
  • SG-1500 (1981 in Japan, different new model)
  • SG-1600 (1983)
  • SG1802 (2010, Seymour Duncan P-90-3 pickups)[64]
  • SG1820 / SG1820A (2010, A = EMG85/81 pickups)[64]
  • SG-1966 (1985, Yamaha Shibuya Store 20th Anniversary)
  • SG-1996
  • SG2000 / SBG-2000 / SG-2000S (July 1976–1988/1980s in US/1980s in UK, carved 3 piece maple top/contoured back, 3 piece neck-through (mahogany/maple/mahogany), brass block under the bridge (for sustain))[63]
  • SG2000 Devadip (1976, Devadip Carlos Santana model, with Tennyo inlay, dark green)
  • SG-2000MT Masayoshi Takanaka model (1998)
  • SG2004 (2003)
  • SG2100 / SBG-2100 / SG2100S (1983/1984 in the US/UK)
  • SG-2500 (1983 in Japan)
  • SG3000 / SBG-3000 (1982/1982 in the US, neck-through)
  • SG3000 Custom / SBG-3000 Custom (1982/1982 in the US[63] or c. 1985, neck-through, Mexican abalone purfling to the top)
custome shop SG edit
  • SG-I Issei Noro signature (rounded horns)
  • SG-T / SG-T2 Masayoshi Takanaka model (1988 (or 1989)/1998, based on SG-3000, with alphabet graphics, tremolo and HSH pickups)[63]
  • SG-RR Custom (1989)
  • SG-RR Standard (1989, P-90 type pickups, similar to Les Paul Junior DC / Les Paul Special DC)
  • SG-RR Junior (1990, P-90 type pickups & Bolt-on neck)
  • MSG (1989, rounded horns)
  • TSG (1985, Yamaha Electric Guitars 20th Anniversary, asymmetrical rounded horns)
  • YSG (1989, asymmetrical double cutaway)
SBG series edit
renamed SG in the US, 1980s[63] / renewaled SG in Japan, 1998[65][unreliable source?] / reissued SG in the US, ca.2009
  • SBG500(1981 (or 1982)-1983 in the US, export version of SG-800S)[63]
  • SBG500B
  • SBG700 (1978 or 1979 in the US, renamed version of SG-700)[63]
  • SBG700S (1999)[63]
  • SBG800S (1998)
  • SBG1000 (1980s-1983 in the US/1998/c. 2009 30th anniversary handcraft model, renamed version of SG-1000[63])
  • SBG1200 (1998)
  • SBG1996
  • SBG2000 (1980s-1984/1998/c. 2009, renamed version of SG-2000,[63] later reissued as 30th anniversary handcraft model)
  • SBG2100 (1984 or 1985, successor of SBG2000 in the US)[63]
  • SBG3000 (1982/1998/2009, later reissued as 40th anniversary of Yamaha distribution in the U.S, Limited handcraft edition, only 40 pieces made)
SJ series edit
similar to Telecaster
  • SJ-500 (1978)
  • SJ-800 (1978)
SX series edit
yet another symmetrical double cutaway model
 
SX-900B (mod to SSH)
  • SX-60
  • SX-80
  • SX-125
  • SX-800A
  • SX-800B
  • SX-900A
  • SX-900B
VX series edit
Flying V shape
  • VX-1 / VX-2 (1985)

Bass guitars edit

 
Billy Sheehan, playing his signature ATTITUDE Limited II bass.
BB bass
BB404F
BB3000AF
(S = short scale ?, L = ?, F = fretless, X = with pickguard)
†: discontinued
BEX bass
  • BEX-BS Billy Sheehan signature (2002, single cataway semi-acoustic bass, with Art Deco f-hole)
BX bass
headless basses
  • BX-1 (1985)
  • BX-5
ERB bass
  • ERB 070 BP
  • ERB 300 2
EBX bass
bass guitars with Explorer shape
  • EBX-1 (1985)
Motion Bass MBIII
RBX-6JM John Myung signature
Motion bass
  • MB-I (1985)
  • MB-II (1985)
  • MB-III (1985)
RBX bass
SA bass
bass version of vintage SA series, double cutaway semi-acoustic
  • SA-17 (1967)
  • SA-70 / SA-70B (1968, B = pearl color)[53]
  • SA-75 (1973)
SB bass
  • SB-1C
  • SB-2
  • SB-2A
  • SB-5A
  • SB-7A
  • SB-30
  • SB-50
  • SB-55
  • SB-70
  • SB-75
  • SB-500
  • SB-500S
  • SB-600
  • SB-700
  • SB-800
  • SB-800S
  • SB-1200S
SBV bass
bass version of BJ-Pro/SG-7AS reissues
  • SBV-J1 / SBV-J2 (2004, Hajime Okano produced, J1 = J type pickups / J2 = P type pickups)[62]
TRB bass
TRB-6
  • TRB-1004
  • TRB-1005 / TRB-1005F
  • TRB-1006
  • TRB4
  • TRB5
  • TRB6
  • TRB4II
  • TRB5II
  • TRB6II
  • TRB-5P
  • TRB-6P
  • TRB-5PII
  • TRB-6PII
  • TRB-6JP / TRB-6JP2 John Patitucci signature

Guitar effects edit

01 series
FL-01 Flanger
10M II series
GE-10M II Graphic EQ
Magicstomp (detail)
  • Magicstomp Model UB99[68]
01 series Professional System Effectors (1980)
10M series[69]
  • OD-10M Over Drive
10M II series[69]
  • CO-10MII Compressor
  • GE-10M II Graphic EQ
20M series[69]
  • DDS-20M Delay Pedal
  • DSC-20M Stereo Chorus Pedal
  • MDB-20M Multi-band Distortion Pedal
100 series (c. 1988)[68]
x01 series Professional System Effectors[69]

Guitar amplifiers edit

  • HY-10G / HY-10GIII (40 W?)
  • Park G10 (combo, designed by Marshall)
  • T50 / T50C (c. 2009, 50 W tube head/combo, designed by Soldano (SLO))
  • T100 / T100C (c. 2009, 100 W tube head/combo, designed by Soldano (SLO))
A line
  • AA5 (battery amp, 5 W, for silent guitar)
  • BA-15 (bass amp)
  • GA-10 (7 W 12 cm)
  • GA-15
  • VA-5 "Power Boy" (5 W 12 cm)
  • VA-7W
  • VA-10 (twin 3 W+3 W 2×12 cm))
R line [70]
  • AR-1500 (15 W 8-inch introduced 1990)
  • AR-1500 Live / AR-1500R (15 W 8-inch, R = reverb. introduced 1992)[71]
  • AR-1500B (15 W 10-inch bass amp introduced 1990)
  • AR-2500 (25 W 10-inch introduced 1990)
  • AR-2500B (25 W 12-inch bass amp introduced 1990)
  • AR-PRO (30 W 10-inch combo)[71]
  • HR-1000
  • HR-1000B (bass amp)
  • HR-1500 (c. 1987, 25 W?)
  • HR-1500B (bass amp)
  • HR-2000
  • HR-2000B (bass amp)
  • HR-3000B (bass amp)
  • SR50-112 (50 W 12-inch introduced 1994)[72]
  • SR100-112 (100 W 12-inch introduced 1994)[72]
  • SR100-212 (100 W 2×12-inch introduced 1994)[72]
  • SR300G (300 W 4ohm head)[71]
  • SR412 (4×12-inch cabinet)[71]
  • SR400B (400 W bass head)[71]
  • SR215B (2×15-inch bass cabinet)[71]
  • SR80B-115 (80 W 15-inch bass amp)
  • SR160B-115 (160 W 15-inch bass amp)
  • VR4000 (stereo 50 W 2×10-inch)
  • VR6000 (stereo 100 W 2×12-inch)
DG series
digital modeling amplifier
  • DG60-112 / DG60FX-112 / DS60-112 (12-inch, combo / combo with effects / powered cabinet)
  • DG80-112A
  • DG85
  • DG100-212 / DG100-212A (2×12-inch, A = with built-in effects (chorus, tremolo, tape echo))
  • DG-1000 (preamp, flagship of DG amp series & DG-STOMP series)
  • DS60-112 (12-inch, combo / powered cabinet; similar power circuitry and same Celestion speaker as the DG60-112, but not digital; three band High Mid base EQ, no effects)
F series (Introduced 1980)[73]
 
F-20
  • F-20 (20 W 8-inch introduced 2001)
  • F-20FX (FX = stereo effects)
  • F-20B (20 W 10-inch bass amp introduced 2001)
  • F30R (30 W 10-inch, R = reverb.)
  • F50-112 (50 W 12-inch, color:black, gray 1980)
  • F50-115B (50 W bass amp, 50 W 15-inch 1980)
  • F100-112 (100 W 12-inch, color:black, gray 1980)
  • F100-115 (100 W 15-inch 1980)
  • F100-115B (100 W bass amp 15-inch 1980)
  • F100-212 (100 W 2×12-inch 1980)
G series (1980s)

Series I Series II 1982 Series III 1985

  • G-5 (7 W 6-inch introduced 1982)
  • G-10L (7 W 6-inch introduced 1979)
  • G-10W (7 W 6-inch introduced 1979)
  • G50-112 (50 W, 12-inch)
  • G50-410 (50 W, 4×10-inch)
  • G100 (100 W head, successor to the J-100)
  • G100-112 (100 W, 12-inch)
  • G100-115 (100 W, 15-inch)
  • G100-210 (100 W, 2×10-inch)
  • G100-212 (100 W, 2×12-inch)
  • S412 (4×12-inch cabinet to match G100)
J series (1970s, the combos were replaced by the JX and F series in 1980, the separate heads and cabinets continued into the 1980s)[74]
  • J-15 (15 W 12-inch introduced 1979)
  • J-25 (30 W 10-inch)
  • J-35 (40 W 12-inch)
  • J-35B (30 W bass amp 15-inch introduced 1979)
  • J-45II (50 W 12-inch)
  • J-45B (50 W bass amp 15-inch)
  • J-55 (50 W 12-inch)
  • J-55B (50 W bass amp 15-inch)
  • J-65 (50 W 2×12-inch)
  • J-75 (50 W 4×10-inch)
  • J-85 (100 W 2×12-inch)
  • J-95 (twin)
  • J-100 (100 W head)
  • J-100B (100 W bass head)
  • J-100S (2×12-inch cabinet)
  • J-105 (100 W 2 Channel amp 2×12-inch)
  • J-110S (15-inch cabinet)
  • J-110L (15-inch bass cabinet
  • J-115 (100 W 15-inch)
  • J-115B (100 W bass amp 15-inch)
  • S-115 (bass cabinet for J-115B, 120 W 15-inch)
  • J-120L (2×15-inch bass cabinet)
  • J-125 (100 W 2 Channel 15-inch)
  • J-135 (100 W 4×10-inch)
  • J-140S (4×12-inch cabinet)
  • J-145 (100 W 4×12-inch)
  • J-160S (6×10-inch cabinet)
JX series (1980s)[73]
JX55 (input)
  • JX15
  • JX20 (20 W 10-inch 1980)
  • JX25 / JX25B
  • JX30 (30 W 12-inch 1980)
  • JX30B (30 W bass amp 15-inch 1980)
  • JX35B (JX30B with comp)
  • JX40 (30 W 12-inch 1980)
  • JX50 (50 W 1980)
  • JX50B (50 W bass amp 1980)
  • JX55 / JX55B
  • JX65D (c. 1982, 2×12-inch)

RA rotary speakers (1970s)
rotary sound amplifiers which produce Leslie speaker effects by rotating a series of speaker units instead of horns.[# 3] also featuring Yamaha Natural Sound Speaker units
  • CSY-2 (1975)[# 4]
  • R-60 (a combination of dual 3way normal speakers and dual 2way rotary speakers)[75]
  • RA-50 (1970s, single rotary + woofer)[75][# 5]
  • RA-70R
  • RA-100 (1970s, dual rotary + woofer)[# 6]
  • RA-200R (1970s, triple rotary + woofer)[# 7]David Gilmour (Pink Floyd) used it along with Hiwatt amp between 1976 and 1983.[# 8][# 9]
TA series (late 1960s)
wedge-shaped flat amplifiers, featuring Yamaha Natural Sound Speaker units
  • TA-20[75]
  • TA-30 (c. 1968, 30 W RMS/ 50 W music power)[53][75]
  • TA-60 (c. 1968, 60 W RMS/100 W music power)[53][75]
  • TA-90 (PE100 head + TS90 cabinet, 90 W RMS)[75]
VR series (1989–1991) [70]
  • VR-3000 (50 W @ 8Ω, 1x12" speaker, dual channel, 1 parametric EQ per channel, reverb)
  • VR-4000 (stereo 2×25 W @ 8Ω, 2x10" speakers, dual channel, 1 parametric EQ per channel, reverb, chorus)
  • VR-5000 (100 W @ 8Ω, 1x12" speaker, dual channel, 2 parametric EQ per channel, reverb)
  • VR-6000 (stereo 2×50 W @ 8Ω, 2x12" speakers, dual channel, 2 parametric EQ per channel, reverb, chorus)
  • VR-75B (75 W 15-inch bass amp)
  • VR-150B (150 W 15-inch bass amp)
VX series (red logo)
  • VX10 (10 W combo)
  • VX15 (10 W combo)
  • VX25 (20 W combo)
  • VX35 (30 W combo)
  • VX25B (30 W combo bass amp)
  • VX35B (30 W combo bass amp)
  • VX55B (50 W combo bass amp)
YTA series (1970s, blue line)
  • YTA-15A
  • YTA-95 (100 W 2×12-inch)
  • YTA-110A
B series bass amps
 
B110-115 SE

Series I Series II 1982 Series III 1985

  • B50-115 (50 W bass combo)
  • B100 (100 W head, successor to the J-100B)
  • B100-115 I/II/III (100 W bass combo, 15-inch)
  • B100-115SE (100 W bass combo, 15-inch smaller and lighter than the numbered series, 790mm tall and 44 kg, vs 950mm and 52 kg)
  • S115 (15-inch bass cabinet to match B100 head)
  • S215 (2×15-inch bass cabinet to match B100 head)
BBT series digital bass amps
  • BBT500H (head, 500 W@2Ω)
  • BBT210S (cabinet, 2×10-inch)
  • BBT410S (cabinet, 4×10-inch)
  • BBT500-115 (combo, 500 W 15-inch)
YBA series (1970s, blue line)
  • YBA-45

Power amplifiers edit

P/PC series power amplifiers
  • P2500S
  • P7000S
  • PC-1002

Keyboard amplifiers edit

  • MS101 / MS101-3 (powered monitor, 10 W 4-inch)
  • SKS50

Percussion instruments edit

Timpani edit

All of the Timpani Models (except 9000) are balanced action.

  • TP-3100 (Portable Aluminum Series)
  • TP-4200 (Concert Series. Fiberglass)
  • TP-6200 (Symphonic Series: Smooth Copper)
  • TP-7200 (Hammered Symphonic. 4 mm Suspension Ring for Accurate Tuning)
  • TP-9000 (Grand Concert Series: Hammered Copper, Ringer Style. Berlin & Dresden Friction Post, and Berlin Ratchet. Comes with a fine tuner.)

Marimbas edit

 
  • YM-40 (3 1/2 octave Standard Padauk marimba)
  • YM-1430 (4 1/3 octave Standard Padauk Marimba)
  • YM-2400 (4 1/3 octave intermediate Acoustalon marimba)
  • YMRD-2400 (4 1/3 octave Acoustalon Multi-Frame II marimba)
  • YMT-2400 (4 1/3 octave Acoustalon Tough-Terrain Frame marimba)
  • YMRD-2900A (4 1/2 octave intermediate Acoustalon Multi-Frame II Marimba)
  • YM-4600A (4 1/3 octave Professional rosewood Marimba)
  • YM-4900A (4 1/2 octave Professional rosewood Marimba)
  • YM-5100A (5 Octave Professional rosewood Marimba)
  • YM-5104A (5 1/2 octave Custom rosewood Marimba)
  • YM-6100 (5 octave Artist(Keiko Abe) Model rosewood Marimba)

Drum kits edit

Yamaha PHX
Oak Custom
HipGig
Acoustic drums edit
  • Yamaha PHX
  • Yamaha Maple Custom Absolute
  • Yamaha Birch Custom Absolute
  • Yamaha Recording Custom
  • Yamaha Rock Tour Custom
  • Yamaha Oak Custom
  • Yamaha Beech Custom
  • Yamaha Tour Custom
  • Yamaha Stage Custom
  • Yamaha Rock Tour
  • Yamaha GigMaker
  • Yamaha HipGig
Electronic drums edit
  • EPS-1 (1986) PMC1 "Percussion Midi Converter", Pads: PTT1 (toms, snare), and PTB1 (kick). Included DX7 compatible drum Rom cartridge
  • EPS-D8 (1986) PTX8 "Percussion Tone Generator", Pads: PTT8 (tom), PSD8 (snare), and PBD8 (kick)
  • EP 75 pad (1993)
  • KP 75 kick (1993)


 
DTXpress IV
 
DTXpress II
  • DTX (1996)[76]
  • DTXpress (1999)
  • DTXpress II / DTXtreme II
  • DTXpress III / DTXtreme III (/2008)
  • DTXpress IV (2006)
  • DTXplorer
  • DTX-MULTI 12 (2009, drum pad)
  • DTX522K / DTX532K / DTX562K (2013)
  • DTX500K / DTX900K (2010, DTX-PAD model)
  • DTX550K / DTX950K (2011, DTX-PAD model)
 
DD-65 Digital Drum Kit (2007)
DD series digital percussion
  • DD-3 (1993, 2 pads)
  • DD-5 (1988, 4 pads)
  • DD-6 / DD-7 (1990/1992, 4 pads)
  • DD-10 (1988, 8 mini pads, stereo speaker)
  • DD-9/DD-9M (1994, 4 pads)
  • DD-11/DD-12/DD-14 (1991/1993, 8 pads)
  • DD-20/DD-20S/DD-20C (1995, 4 pads)
  • DD-35 (2001, 4 pads)
  • DD-45 / YDD-40 (2010 export model)
  • DD-50 (1996 export model ?)
  • DD-55 / DD-55C (2001/2004, 7 pads)
  • DD-65 (2007, 8 pads)
  • DD-75 (2016, 8 pads)

Brass instruments edit

Cornets edit

  • YCR-231
  • YCR-233
  • YCR-2310II
  • YCR-2330II
  • YCR-2335
  • YCR-6330S
  • YCR-8335
  • YCR-8620S
  • YCR-9435

Trumpets edit

 
YTR-8445
 
Edward Tarr with high-B-Trumpet Tarr model
  • YTR-1310
  • YTR-1320se
  • YTR-1335
  • YTR-232
  • YTR-2320
  • YTR-2320S
  • YTR-2330
  • YTR-2335
  • YTR-4335G
  • YTR-6335
  • YTR-6345G
  • YTR-6345HG II
  • YTR-6310Z
  • YTR-8310Z
  • YTR-8335
  • YTR-8335RGS
  • YTR-8345
  • YTR-9335CHS/NYS
  • YTR-9445CHS/NYS
  • YTR-9636
  • YTR-9835
  • YTR-988

Trombones edit

YSL denotes any Alto, Tenor, Compact or Valve trombone
YBL denotes any Bass trombone
Dis. = Discontinued Models

Student Range

  • YSL-154
  • YSL-352 (Dis.)
  • YBL-322 (Dis.)
  • YSL-354
  • YSL-354G

Compact Trombones

  • YSL-350C

Valve Trombones

  • YSL-354V

Intermediate Trombones

  • YSL-445G
  • YSL-446G
  • YSL-447G
  • YSL-448G
  • YBL-421G

Professional Trombones

  • YSL-610
  • YSL-620
  • YSL-630
  • YSL-640
  • YBL-620G

Custom Jazz Trombones

  • YSL-691Z (Dis.)
  • YSL-697Z (Dis.)
  • YSL-891Z
  • YSL-897Z

Xeno Trombones

  • YSL-881
  • YSL-881G
  • YSL-882
  • YSL-882G
  • YSL-882O
  • YSL-882GO
  • YSL-882OR
  • YSL-882GOR
  • YBL-822G
  • YBL-830

Custom Alto Trombones

  • YSL-871
  • YSL-872

French horns edit

 
Vienna Horn YHR-601
  • YHR-567
  • YHR-601
  • YHR-667
  • YHR-667V
  • YHR-668
  • YHR-668II

Euphoniums edit

  • YEP-201[S]
  • YEP-321[S]
  • YEP-621[S]
  • YEP-642[S]
  • YEP-842[S]

Baritone horns edit

  • YBH-301S
  • YBH-621S
  • YBH-301M (Marching Baritone)

Tenor horns edit

  • YAH-201
  • YAH-202
  • YAH-203
  • YAH-602

Flugelhorns edit

  • YFH-231
  • YFH-2310
  • YFH-631
  • YFH-731
  • YFH-631G
  • YFH-6310Z
  • YFH-731 ( Dis.)
  • YFH-8310Z
  • YFH-8310G

Tubas edit

in BBb

  • YBB-103 ( Dis. )
  • YBB-321
  • YBB-621
  • YBB-631S
  • YBB-641
  • YBB-841
  • YBB-105MSWC (3/4 Convertible Tuba)
  • YBB-201MSWC (Convertible Tuba)
  • YBB-202MWC (Marching Tuba)

in CC

  • YCB-621
  • YCB-661
  • YCB-822
  • YCB-826S

in Eb

  • YEB-321S
  • YEB-632S

in F

  • YFB-621
  • YFB-821
  • YFB-822

Sousaphones edit

in BBb

  • YSH-301
  • YSH-411

Woodwind instruments edit

Clarinets edit

B♭ Clarinets edit
  • Advantage
  • YCL-20
  • YCL-250
  • YCL-250S (Silver Plated)
  • YCL-251 (Japan import)
  • YCL-255
  • YCL-26
  • YCL-26ii (precursor to YCL-250)
  • YCL-34
  • YCL-34ii (precursor to YCL-450)
  • YCL-34iiS (Silver Plated)
  • YCL-450 (Silver Plated)
  • YCL-450N (Nickel Plated)
  • YCL-550AL
  • YCL-62
  • YCL-64 (precursor to YCL-650)
  • YCL-650
  • YCL-SE (custom clarinets starting from this point)
  • YCL-CS
  • YCL-CX
  • YCL-SEV
  • YCL-CSV
  • YCL-CSG
  • YCL-CSG-H
  • YCL-CSGII
A Clarinets edit
  • YCL-CS-A
  • YCL-SE-A
  • YCL-CSG-A
  • YCL-CSG-AH
  • YCL-CSV-A
  • YCL-SEV-A
  • YCL-CSG-AII
E♭ Clarinets edit
  • YCL-881
  • YCL-681II
Bass Clarinets edit
  • YCL-221II
  • YCL-621II
  • YCL-622II
Alto Clarinets edit
  • YCL-631II

Bassoons edit

  • YFG-811
  • YFG-812
  • YFG-821

Flutes edit

 
YFL-261 flute
  • YFL-A421/B
  • YFL-B441
Student Models (Series 200) edit
Current models edit
  • YFL212
  • YFL222
  • YFL262
  • YFL272
  • YFL282
Discontinued models edit
  • YFL-211
  • YFL-221
  • YFL-261
  • YFL-271
  • YFL-281
Intermediate Models (Series 300 and 400) edit
Current models edit
  • YFL312
  • YFL322
  • YFL362
  • YFL372
  • YFL382
  • YFL412
  • YFL422
  • YFL462
  • YFL472
  • YFL482
Discontinued models edit
  • YFL311
  • YFL321
  • YFL361
  • YFL371
  • YFL381
  • YFL411
  • YFL421
  • YFL461
  • YFL471
  • YFL481

Student and intermediate models are numbered in one system. The first number shows the material/series; the second shows if there is an offset G and/or a split E, and the type of keys; and the third shows if the flute is the latest or not. Currently, latest models will end with the number 2, but older models may end with the number 1, or 5. Different suffixes mean different things - 'H' means the flute has a B footjoint; 'AL' means the instrument is part of Yamaha's 'Allegro' lineup of instruments; 'U' means the instrument has a curved headjoint; 'GL' and 'SL' signal the material of the lip-plate (being gold and silver respectively); 'HD' means that the instrument is a high durability instrument.

Professional Models (Series 500, 600 and 700) edit
Current models edit
  • YFL517
  • YFL577
  • YFL587
  • YFL597
  • YFL617
  • YFL677
  • YFL687
  • YFL697
  • YFL717
  • YFL777
  • YFL787
  • YFL797
Discontinued models edit
  • YFL514
  • YFL574
  • YFL584
  • YFL594
  • YFL614
  • YFL674
  • YFL684
  • YFL694
  • YFL714
  • YFL774
  • YFL784
  • YFL794
Handmade Models (Series 800W, 800, 900A, 900B and 900C) edit
Series 800W models edit
  • YFL817W
  • YFL874W
  • YFL894W
Series 800 and 900 Models edit

Current models:

  • YFL817
  • YFL877
  • YFL887
  • YFL897
  • YFL917
  • YFL977
  • YFL987
  • YFL997

Discontinued models:

  • YFL-874
  • YFL-881
  • YFL-884
  • YFL-892
  • YFL-894

Additionally, for Series 600 - 900 flutes, the last number will be seven if it is the latest model. Older models may have a 4, or other numbers. Additional suffixes include (but are not limited to): 'W' meaning the flute is wooden; 'CT' for a C# trill.

For series 900 flutes, the suffixes A, B, and C show how much of the flute is gold.

Piccolos edit

 
YPC-32 piccolo
  • YPC-30
  • YPC-31
  • YPC-32
  • YPC-61
  • YPC-62
  • YPC-81
  • YPC-82
  • YPC-87R
  • YPC-91
  • YPC-92

Venova edit

  • YVS-100

Saxophones edit

 
Yamaha Custom Z Saxophones

Soprano saxophones edit

  • YSS-475II (intermediate grade instrument. Sold mainly in Europe)
  • YSS-61 (Yamaha's first professional-grade soprano saxophone)
  • YSS-62 (significantly updated version of YSS-61. Professional-grade instrument)
  • YSS-675 (Custom model)
  • YSS-875 (Custom model)
  • YSS-875EX (Custom model)
  • YSS-82Z(R) (One-piece custom model)

Alto saxophones edit

Yamaha YAS-25 alto saxophone
YAS-61 (1969), YAS-62 (1979), YAS-62 (1994), YAS-62II (2003), YAS-62III (2013)
  • YAS-21 (Yamaha's first student-grade alto sax)
  • YAS 22 (same as 21 body and key work, more copper look lacquer)
  • YAS-23 (student-grade instrument which replaced the YAS-21)
  • YAS-25 (identical to YAS-23, but has a high F♯ key and improved octave-key mechanism)
  • AS-100 (identical to YAS-23. Sold outside Europe & N.America)
  • YAS-275 (successor to the YAS-25. Made in Indonesia. Sold mainly in Europe)
  • YAS-280 (successor to the YAS-275)
  • YAS-31
  • YAS-32 (intermediate grade instrument, similar to YAS-52. Superseded by the YAS-475)
  • YAS-475 (intermediate grade instrument. Sold mainly in Europe)
  • YAS-480 (intermediate grade instrument)
  • YAS-52 (intermediate grade instrument. Sold mainly in the USA)
  • YAS-61 (Yamaha's first professional-grade alto with purple logo. Has non-ribbed construction and real mother of pearl key-touches)
  • YAS-62 (Mk 1 version of YAS-62 with purple logo, ribbed construction and real MOP key-touches)
  • YAS-62II (Mk 2 version with different neck design, slightly different key-work and key-touches are made from plastic)
  • YAS-62III (Mk 3 version with new style neck design, integrated key posts and other changes)
  • YAS-82Z (Custom model)
  • YAS-82ZII (Custom model)
  • YAS-855 (Custom model)
  • YAS-875 (Custom model)
  • YAS-875EX (Custom model)
  • YAS-875EXW (Custom model)

Tenor saxophones edit

 
YTS-23 tenor saxophone made in 1986
  • YTS-21 (Yamaha's first student-grade tenor sax) (Gold and silver color lacquer)
  • YTS 22 (almost exact replica of YTS 21 but with pinkish color lacquer)
  • YTS-23 (student-grade instrument which replaced the YTS-21)
  • YTS-25 (identical to YTS-23, but has a high F♯ key and improved octave-key mechanism)
  • TS-100 (identical to YTS-23. Sold outside Europe & N.America)
  • YTS-31 (YTS 61 body and keys but no engraving or pearls on F♯s)
  • YTS-32 (intermediate grade instrument, similar to YTS-52. Superseded by the YTS-475)
  • YTS-52 (intermediate grade instrument. Sold mainly in the USA)
  • YTS-275 (successor to the YTS-25. Made in Indonesia)
  • YTS-280 (successor to the YTS-275)
  • YTS-475 (intermediate grade instrument. Sold mainly in Europe)
  • YTS-480
  • YTS-61 (Yamaha's first professional-grade tenor sax)
  • YTS-62 (Mk 1 version of YTS-62 with purple logo and real mother of pearl key-touches)
  • YTS-62II (Mk 2 version with different neck design and key-touches are made from plastic)
  • YTS-62III (Mk 3 version with different neck design)
  • YTS-82Z (Custom model)
  • YTS-855 (Custom model)
  • YTS-875 (Custom model)
  • YTS-875EX (Custom model)
 
Yamaha baritone saxophone

Baritone saxophones edit

  • YBS-32 (intermediate grade instrument)
  • YBS-52
  • YBS-61 (Yamaha's first professional-grade baritone sax)
  • YBS-62
  • YBS-62II
  • YBS-82

Musical Sirens edit

Between 1950 and 1998, the Yamaha Corporation produced a form of outdoor warning siren which was designed to play music, rather than alert the public of danger. Using several mechanical sirens tuned to a specific octave, the siren would use either electromagnetic or solenoid-driven sliding dampers which would open to allow air to enter each siren to play a musical note, or close to silence each siren. The musical sirens could be played directly with a keyboard located in a control station, or played automatically through a music box-like mechanism. There were two distinct generations produced, with the first being a 5-meter long siren with 10 siren units on a common driveshaft, and the second being a vertical unit inside of a box, which contained the siren units and had two shafts connected through belts to make it more compact. These could be controlled through a MIDI controller, instead of the music box system. These were created by the president of Yamaha at the time to harness the sheer sound output of a siren to play music, and to ease the fears and memory of war and air raids for the public. These sirens became "symbols of peace" and were widely installed on department stores and city halls. Production ended on these sirens in 1998, with Yamaha ceasing support for them in 2011. Most of these musical sirens have been decommissioned as parts became scarce or unavailable, although some units remain in service today.[77]

Audio edit

Music production edit

Recorders edit

Digital mixing studio edit
  • n12 / n8 (2007)
  • MW8CX / MW10C / MW12C / MW12CX (2007)
  • MW10 / MW12 (2006)
  • 01X (2003)
  • DSP Factory DS2416 (digital mixing card (PCI) for PC/Mac, based on 02R)
Audio workstations edit
  • AW1600 (2005, 24bit/16tr(8rec)/36in mixer)
  • AW2400 (2005, 24bit/24tr(12rec)/48in mixer)
  • AW16G (2002, 24bit/16tr(8rec)/36ch mixer)
  • AW2816 (2001, 24bit/16tr/28ch mixer)
  • AW4416 (2000, 24bit/16tr/44ch mixer)
  • D24 (1998, 24bit/8tr rackmount)
Multitrack recorders edit
multitrack recorders for music creation[78]
  • DRU8 (1990, 8tr/original 8mm dat)
MD series (MiniDisc)
 
MD8
  • MD4 / MD4S (1996/1999)
  • MD8 (1998)
CMX series (Compact Cassette)
  • CMX1 (1985)
  • CMX3 (1988)
  • CMX100 / CMX100II / CMX100III (1988/1989/1991)
MT series (Compact Cassette)
 
MT2X 4-Track Cassette Recorder
  • MT1X (1998)
  • MT2X (1998-1999)
  • MT4X (1999) (correct year, was 1994)
  • MT8X (1999)
  • MT8X II (2000)
  • MT44 / MT44D (1982/1984)
  • MT50 (1994)
  • MT-100 (1988)
  • MT120 / MT120S (1991)
  • MT400 (1999)
Pocket recorders edit
Voice recorder type
  • Pocketrak CX / C24 / W24 (2008/2010)

Audio interfaces edit

  • AG03 / AG06 (2015, USB)
  • AUDIOGRAM3 / AUDIOGRAM6 (2008, USB)
  • CBX-D3 (1995, 4tr/2rec, SCSI)
  • CBX-D5 (1993)
  • GO44 / GO46 (FireWire)
  • SW1000XG (1998, PCI sound card with XG)
  • Sound Edge SW20 PC (1995, ISA sound card using OPTi Mediachips, Analog Devices SoundPort, and Yamaha YMF278)
  • UW10 (USB)
  • UW500 (USB)
A/D converters
  • AD808 (1988, A/D)
  • AD2X (1990, A/D)
  • AD8X (1990, A/D & S/PDIF converter)[# 10]
D/A converters
  • DA8X (1990, D/A & S/PDIF converter)
  • DA202 (1988, D/A)
  • DA824 (1990, D/A)

Pro audio edit

Mixing consoles edit

LS9-32
M7CL
DM1000
DM2000V2
PM5D
03D
02R
01v
Digital mixing consoles edit
  • PM7 (Rivage) (2018)
  • TF1/TF3/TF5 (2016)
  • PM10 (Rivage) (2016)
  • QL1 /QL5 (2014)
  • CL1/CL3/CL5 (2012)[79]
  • M7CL (2005/2010)
  • LS9 (2006)
  • PM1D (2001)
  • PM5D (2004)
  • DM2000 (2002)
  • DM1000 (2003)
  • IMX644 (2009, digital installation mixer)
  • 03D (1997)
  • 02R / 02R96 (1995/2002)[80][81]
  • 01V / 01V96 (1998/2003)
  • ProMix01 (1994)[82]
  • DMC1000 (1991)[# 10]
  • DMP7/ DMP7-D (1987/1988)[# 10]
  • DMP9-16 (1993)
  • DMP11 (1988)
  • DMR8 (1990)[# 10]
Analog mixing consoles edit
GA24/12
IM8-40
PM3500-40
  • IM8
GA series
  • GA24/12
  • GA32/12
PM series
  • PM400 series
  • PM1000 series
  • PM1800A series
  • PM2000 series
  • PM3000 series
  • PM3500 series
  • PM4000 series
  • PM5000 series

Analog audio mixers edit

MG102c
MG124cx
MG166c
MR-842
MC2403
MG series (FX/C/CX/USB)
  • MG82CX
  • MG10/2 / MG102C
  • MG12/4 / MG124C / MG124CX
  • MG16/6FX / MG166C / MG166CX / MG166C-USB / MG166CX-USB
  • MG206C / MG206C-USB
  • MG24/14FX
  • MG32/14FX
GF series
MC series
  • MC-802
  • MC-1202
  • MC-1602
  • MC-2403
  • MC-3204
  • MC-3204 II
MR series
  • MR-842
MX series

Powered mixers edit

 
EMX5016CF
EM series
  • EM-80
  • EM-90A
  • EM-100II
  • EM-120
  • EM-150 / EM-150IIB
  • EM-200 / EM-200B (8in/8mic/2aux/2out, 2×9band GEQ, output:2×200 W/ch)
  • EM-300B
EMX box type
  • EMX212S / EMX312SC / EMX512SC (12in/6mic/2out, C = comp, 1×SPX, 2×7band GEQ, output:220/300/500 W/ch)
EMX console type
  • EMX5014C (14in/8mic/6comp/2out, 1×SPX, 2×9band GEQ, output:2×500 W@4Ω/ch)
  • EMX5016CF (16in/12mic/8comp/2aux/2out, 2×SPX, 2×9band GEQ + FRC, output:2×500 W@4Ω/ch)

Outboards edit

 
DME24N (bottom) & design software on note PC (top)
DME digital mixing engines
  • DME24N / DME64N (digital mixing engine with network audio interface)
REV digital reverberators
  • REV1
  • REV5
  • REV7
  • REV100
  • REV500
  • SREV1 (convolution reverberator)
SPX digital multi effects
  • SPX50D
  • SPX90
  • SPX900
  • SPX990
  • SPX1000
  • SPX2000
Analog outboards
  • Q2031A (31band graphic equalizer)
Software effect processors edit
Vintage Plug-in Collection
based on Vintage Circuitry Modeling (VCM) technology
  • Vintage Channel Strip (2011, EQ & compressors/limiter)
  • Vintage Open Deck (2011, tape compression simulator)
  • Vintage Stomp Pack (2011, effect stomps)

Studio monitors edit

 
NS-10M Studio
  • NS-10M / NS-10M Studio (passive)
  • HS10W (sub-woofer)
  • HS50M
  • HS80M
  • MSP3 / MSP3 Studio
  • MSP5 / MSP5A / MSP5 Studio
  • MSP7 Studio
  • MSP10 / MSP10M / MSP10ST / MSP10 Studio
  • SW10 / SW10 Studio (sub-woofer)
  • HS5 / HS7 / HS8 / HS8s (sub-woofer)

Microphones edit

  • MZ101

Home audio edit

 
  • CDX-580 CD player
  • DVD-S1700 DVD player
  • KX-680 Cassette deck
     
  • AX900 Pre/main amplifier
     
  • TX930 Tuner
  • DSP-100 Digital sound field processor
  • MX35 2ch/4ch Power amplifier
Hi-Fi audio components
Hi-Fi audio amplifiers
  • AX-500 Stereo amplifier
  • AS-500 Stereo amplifier
  • AX-550 Stereo amplifier
  • AX-700 Stereo amplifier
  • AX-900 Pre/main amplifier
  • MX-35 2ch/4ch power amplifier
  • M-4 2ch/4ch power amplifier
Hi-Fi CD players
  • CDX-560
  • CDX-580
Hi-Fi DVD players
  • DVD-S30
  • DVD-S80
  • DVD-S510
  • DVD-S520
  • DVD-S530
  • DVD-S540
  • DVD-S550
  • DVD-S557
  • DVD-S559
  • DVD-S657
  • DVD-S659
  • DVD-S661
  • DVD-S663
  • DVD-S700
  • DVD-S705
  • DVD-S795
  • DVD-S796
  • DVD-S830
  • DVD-S840
  • DVD-S1200
  • DVD-S1500
  • DVD-S1700
  • DVD-S1800
  • DVD-S2300
  • DVD-S2500
  • DVD-S2700
Hi-Fi cassette decks
  • KX-380
  • KX-680
Hi-Fi minidisc decks
  • MDX-9
  • MDX-595
  • MDX-596
  • MDX-793
  • MDX-E300
  • MDX-M5
Hi-Fi turntables
  • TT-200
  • TT-300
  • TT-300U
  • TT-400
  • TT-400U
  • TT-500
  • TT-500U
Hi-Fi tuners
  • TX-930
Hi-Fi receivers
  • RX-10
  • RX-330
  • RX-350
  • RX-360
  • RX-385
  • RX-395
  • RX-396
  • RX-397
  • RX-450
  • RX-460
  • RX-485
  • RX-495
  • RX-496
  • RX-500
  • RX-530
  • RX-550
  • RX-570
  • RX-595
  • RX-700
  • RX-730
  • RX-750
  • RX-770
  • RX-777
  • RX-797
  • RX-830
  • RX-900
  • RX-930
  • RX-A2A
  • RX-A4A
  • RX-A6A
  • RX-A8A
  • RX-A550
  • RX-A660
  • RX-A670
  • RX-A680
  • RX-A700
  • RX-A710
  • RX-A720
  • RX-A730
  • RX-A740
  • RX-A750
  • RX-A760
  • RX-A770
  • RX-A780
  • RX-A800
  • RX-A810
  • RX-A820
  • RX-A830
  • RX-A840
  • RX-A850
  • RX-A860
  • RX-A870
  • RX-A1000
  • RX-A1010
  • RX-A1020
  • RX-A1030
  • RX-A1040
  • RX-A1050
  • RX-A1060
  • RX-A1070
  • RX-A2000
  • RX-A2010
  • RX-A2020
  • RX-A2030
  • RX-A2040
  • RX-A2050
  • RX-A2060
  • RX-A2070
  • RX-A2080
  • RX-A3000
  • RX-A3010
  • RX-A3020
  • RX-A3030
  • RX-A3040
  • RX-A3050
  • RX-A3060
  • RX-A3070
  • RX-A3080
  • RX-E100
  • RX-E200
  • RX-E410
  • RX-E600
  • RX-E810
  • RX-S70
  • RX-S600
  • RX-S601
  • CR-220
  • CR-400
  • CR-420
  • CR-440
  • CR-450
  • CR-600
  • CR-620
  • CR-640
  • CR-800
  • CR-820
  • CR-840
  • CR-1000
  • CR-1020
  • CR-1040
Hi-Fi equalizers
  • GE-3
  • GE-5
  • GE-20
  • GE-30
  • GE-40
  • GE-60
  • EQ-32
  • EQ-50
  • EQ-70
  • EQ-500
  • EQ-550
  • EQ-630
  • GQ-1031
  • GQ-2015
  • GQ-2031
  • Q-2031
Hi-Fi VCD changers
  • VCD-100K
  • VCD-120K
28 Series
  • A-28 amplifier
  • K-28 cassette deck
  • T-28 tuner
  • P-28 turntable
Sound processors
  • DSP-1 Digital Soundfield Processor (1985)
  • DSP-100 Digital Soundfield Processor
  • DSP-E492 Natural Sound AV Processor Amplifier (1997–99)
  • Natural Sound
Hi-Fi audio speakers
NS series
 
1982, the company presented the NS-2000 loudspeaker box as their new top model incorporating new technologies like a subwoofer with a membrane from carbon fiber.
  • NS-1
  • NS-5X
  • NS-10
  • NS-044
  • NS-200
  • NS-333
  • NS-344
  • NS-500
  • NS-A100
  • NS-700x
  • NS-1000
  • NS-1000M
  • NS-1000x
  • NS-1000xw
  • NS-2000
  • NSX-10000
  • Soavo series
YSP series
  • YSP-1
  • YSP-800
  • YSP-900
  • YSP-1000
  • YSP-1100
  • YSP-1400
  • YSP-1600
  • YSP-2200
  • YSP-2500
  • YSP-2700
  • YSP-3000
  • YSP-3300
  • YSP-4000
  • YSP-4100
  • YSP-4300
  • YSP-5100
  • YSP-5600

Electronics products edit

Home computers edit

  • YIS PU-I-20 / PU-I-10 (1981, CPU:YM6502+Z8000, Mem:128kB, Graphic:Vector graphics, 512x384@3bit, 12bit color pallet)[83][84]
MSX/MSX2[85]
YIS503II MSX Personal Computer
  • AX-350 / AX-350II
  • AX-500
  • CX5 / CX5F / CX5M / CX5MII / CX5MII/128 — MSX computers
  • CX7/128 / CX7M / CX7M/128 — MSX2 computers
  • CX-11
  • CX-100
  • SX-100
  • YIS-303
  • YIS-503 / YIS-503II / YIS-503IIR / YIS-503II/64 / YIS-503IIIR / YIS-503IIIR/128 — MSX computers, base model of CX5M
  • YIS-513
  • YIS-603B
  • YIS-604 / YIS-604/128
  • YIS-805 / YIS-805/128 / YIS-805/256

Optical disc drives edit

 
CRW2100S

Networking hardware edit

  • Routers
  • Switches
  • Firewalls
  • Software for Networking Products

Semiconductors edit

Sound chips edit

  • SCSP
  • Yamaha Super Intelligent Sound Processor
PSG/SSG
  • YM2149 / YM3439 / YMZ294 / YMZ284 / YMZ285 (SSG)
    PSG variants, adopted by MSX2 (1985) standard.
OPL
OPN
  • YM2203 (OPN) — used on arcade systems.
  • YM2608 (OPNA) — used on Nec PC-88/98 computer series.
  • YM2610 (OPNB) — used on Neo Geo console.
  • YM2612 (OPN2) — used in Sega's Mega Drive/Genesis game console and Fujitsu's FM Towns computer series.
  • YM3438 (OPN2C) — used in Sega's System C-2, the coin-op version of the Mega Drive.
  • YMF288 (OPN3-L)
  • YMF297 (OPN4) — OPN3/OPL3
OPS
Misc
  • YM2151 (OPM) — used on arcade systems and on SFG-01 FM Sound Synthesizer Unit for CX5M
  • YM2164 (OPP) — used on DX21 / DX27 / DX100 / SFG-05 / FB-01, and Korg DS-8 / Korg 707
  • YM3806 (OPQ)
  • YM3420 (OPU)
  • YMF271(OPX)
  • YM2414 (OPZ) — used on DX11 / TX81Z, Korg Z3 guitar synthesizer
  • YM2424 (OPZII) — used on V50, a pair of them for 16 note polyphony
  • YM2154 (RYP4) — used on Porta Tone PSR-60, PSR-70 and PSR-80.
  • YM3301 (RYP6)
  • YM2142 (GE8)
  • YM2163 (DSG)
  • YMU757 (MA-1)
  • YMU759 (MA-2)
  • YMU762 (MA-3)
  • YMU765 (MA-5)
  • YMU786 (MA-7) — a mobile phone sound chip with 3D audio effect, etc.
  • YMF293 — Formant Singing sound chip used for PLG100-SG.
  • YMF7xx series (DS-1) — PC audio chip
    • YMF70x~YMF719 — for ISA bus card
    • YMF720~... — for PCI bus card
    • YMF7x0 series — for on-board or embedded solutions
    • YMF7x4 series — for PCI bus standalone adapter
      it supported Yamaha XG level 1, some of MU50 additions, DB50XG compatibilities, Roland GS in TG300B mode, OPL3 FM synthesizer, some emulation of Sound Blaster Pro (stereo 8-bit at 22 kHz) and MPU-401 (MIDI interface).
      • YMF724 — 2ch output
      • YMF744 — 4ch output
      • YMF754 — 5.1/6ch output
  • YMP706 — Formant Shaping / FM Synthesis used for Yamaha FS1R and PLG100-DX.
  • YMZ263 (MMA)
  • YMZ280B (PCMD8)
  • YMZ705 (SSGS)
  • YMZ732 (SSGS2)
  • YMZ733 (SSGS3)
  • YMZ735 (FMS)
  • YMZ771 (SSG3)
  • YMZ774
AudioEngine series
 
Miselu neiro (2012), aprototypeofAndroid-based musicmakingdevice featuring NSX-1 chip
DAC
  • YM3012 (DAC-MS) — used with YM2151 (OPM), etc..
  • YM3014 (DAC-SS) — used with YM2203 (OPN), YM3812 (OPL2), etc..
  • YM3016 (DAC-GD) — used with YM2608 (OPNA), YM2610 (OPNB), etc..
  • YAC513 (DAC) — used with YMF278 (OPL4)

Video chips edit

MSX peripheral chips edit

MSX-Engine

Sports equipment edit

Archery edit

 
YAMAHA YTSL II Archery Raiser
  • YB
  • YTS II
  • YTD
  • YTSL
  • YTSL II
  • YTD II
  • EX
  • Alpha DX
  • Alpha SX
  • Alpha EX
  • Eolla
  • Superfeel Forged 1
  • Superfeel Forged 2

Snow ski edit

  • 1970s All-Round

See also edit

Footnotes edit

notes
  1. ^ Electrostatic reed organ was developed by Frederick Albert Hoschke in 1934, then manufactured by Everett and Wurlitzer until 1961
media
  1. ^ "YouTube - Yamaha SG Guitar History". YouTube. Archived from the original on 5 July 2015. (video)
  2. ^ "Yamaha SG-60T (1973)". The guitar collection. Archived from the original on 2 May 2011. Retrieved 16 April 2011. - featured in Guitarist (magazine), Sept. 2006.
  3. ^ Yamaha 2 speed Rotary Speaker unit (video). Archived from the original on 21 December 2021.
  4. ^ Yamaha CSY-2 rotary speaker (1975) demonstration (video). Archived from the original on 15 April 2016.
  5. ^ Yamaha RA-50 "leslie speaker" from the 70s (video). Archived from the original on 21 September 2016.
  6. ^ Yamaha RA 100 (video). Archived from the original on 10 April 2016.
  7. ^ Yamha RA 200R (video). Archived from the original on 21 September 2016.
  8. ^ "Yamaha RA-200". Gilmourish.com. Archived from the original on 7 November 2011.
  9. ^ "Leslies, Doppolas and Rovers". Gilmourish.com. Archived from the original on 1 December 2011.
  10. ^ a b c d "My gear". Keep Sound Production. Archived from the original on 30 June 2010. (images)

References edit

  1. ^ a b c "G Series Grand Pianos (Current & Discontinued)". Yamaha Corporation of America. Archived from the original on 16 July 2014. Retrieved 28 July 2014.
  2. ^ "GB1K - 5' Classic Collection Grand Piano". Yamaha USA site. Archived from the original on 12 June 2012.
  3. ^ "Pianos - Yamaha Corporation". www.yamaha.com.
  4. ^ Colbeck, Julian (1996). Keyfax Omnibus Edition. MixBooks. p. 129. ISBN 0-918371-08-2.
  5. ^ "Yamaha DGX 530 review". Yamaha Keyboard Guide.
  6. ^ "Yamaha DGX 640 vs DGX 650 Specs Comparison | Piano Reviews". 29 April 2017.
  7. ^ "一時代を畫する新樂器完成 濱松の靑年技師山下氏" [An epoch new musical instrument was developed by a young engineer, Mr.Yamashita, in Hamamatsu]. Hochi Shimbun (in Japanese). 8 June 1935. Archived from the original on 12 March 2012. Retrieved 28 March 2011.
  8. ^ 新電氣樂器 マグナオルガンの御紹介 [New Electric Musical Instrument – Introduction of Magna Organ] (in Japanese). Hamamatsu: 日本樂器製造株式會社 (Yamaha). October 1935. 特許第一〇八六六四号, 同 第一一〇〇六八号, 同 第一一一二一六号
  9. ^ a b Junya, FUJINO (12 February 2020). "日本楽器製造の電気楽器「マグナオルガン」の理想と現実 ─楽音合成のメカニズム─]" [The Development of "Magna Organ" and Its Mechanism for Sound Synthesis: The Earliest Electric Musical Instrument of YAMAHA] (PDF). Geijutsu Bunka Kenkyū (in Japanese). Osaka University of Arts Graduate School. 24: 69–89. ISSN 1342-9086. 4.1 特許第 108664 号(1934 年 3 月 15 日出願 ... 当該明細書には「特許請求の範囲」として次の三点が列記されている。/ 1. 「適当なる機械的振動体例えば発音「リード」と「マイクロフォン」とを原音の演奏室への漏洩を阻止すべく構成せる音響的絶縁密閉室内に配置」 / 2. 「『ペダル』又は鍵盤に加うる圧力に依る音量制御及び前期『リード』群の制御を全て演奏室に設置せる『コンソール』により行う」 / 3. 「『マイクロフォン』電流の増幅回路の一部に適当の周波数変換機を接続して原動電流及之と適当倍率関係に変換せる振動電流に依る楽音を前記密閉室外に於て同時に発音」
    See also bellow patents: JP108664C, JP110068C, and JP111216C.
  10. ^ JP 108664C, 山下 靜一 [Yamashita, Seiichi], "電氣樂器 [Electric instrument]", published 1934-08-01, issued 1934-11-28, assigned to 日本樂器製造株式會社 [Yamaha] 
  11. ^ a b Junya, FUJINO. "マグナオルガン(1934)" [Magna Organ (1934)]. telmusica.com (in Japanese). 機構1 特許第 108664 号(1934 年 3 月 15 日出願): リードの振動をマイクロフォンにより集音し、その信号を周波数逓倍器に入力することで、5倍音と7倍音を除く、9倍音までの部分音(倍音)を生成する。 / 機構2 特許第 110068 号(1934 年 5 月 9 日出願): 逓倍回路は用いず、1. 音色が異なる複数の発音体 2. 特性が異なる複数のマイクロフォン、 3. 特性が異なる複数 のスピーカ を「所定の楽器の音響的特性に近似なる如く」(特許第 110068 号明細書) 組み合わせることで種々の音色を 生成する。
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  1. ^ "Yamaha P115 Retro-Keyboard Full Review". Archived from the original on 31 August 2017.