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Yamaha Dealer Report

A look at recent dealer presentations

May 20th, Angel Hotel, Guildford

David Seville (Director) introducing the proceedings.

Yamaha Musical Instruments recently held a series of new product presentations which gave an opportunity for dealers throughout the country to sample the delights of the new range of Yamaha equipment recently previewed at the Frankfurt Music Fair.

Yamaha demonstrators Dave Bristow (keyboards), Dave Roberts (guitars), Jean Marshall (portable keyboards) and Micky Barker (drums) guided the audience in turn through tine exciting new equipment which included: the stunning DX range of polyphonic synthesisers and PF keyboards, both of which utilise FM technology; MP-1 and PS55 portable keyboards; new additions to the SG, BB and SC ranges of electric guitars; the Producer Series of home recording equipment and the 9000 Recording Series drums.

Dave Bristow programming the amazing new DX7 FM synthesis keyboard.

Top of the range Yamaha Custom SG3000 guitar and BB3000 bass.

Jerry Uwins (Marketing Manager)

Dave Roberts demonstrating the versatility of the new BB range of bass guitars.

Jean Marshall extolling the virtues of the new MP-1 music printing keyboard.

Micky Barker whipping up a storm on the 9000 Recording Series kit.

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