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Script error Script errorScript error Script error A list of products made by Yamaha Corporation. Please note that many of the items listed here are no longer in production. For example, the YAS-21 student-grade alto saxophone of the 1970s was superseded by the YAS-23 and YAS-25 saxophones during the 1990s. When manufacture of the YAS-23 and YAS-25 ended they were superseded by the YAS-275, which was in production as of 2010, but was eventually replaced by the YAS-280.

Musical instrumentsEdit

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PianosEdit

In 1900, Yamaha started to manufacture the pianos.

Grand pianosEdit

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CF series (full length concert grand)
  • FC / CF (1949–67 / 1967–91)
  • CFIII (1983–2000)
  • CFIIIS (1991–)
  • CF4 (2010–
  • CF6 (2010–
  • CFX (2010–)
C series (including several G)
  • G1 / C1 (1988–94 / 1994–)
    • DC1A
  • G2 / C2 (1947–94 / 1994–)
    • G2F / DG2FII
  • C3 (1967–)
  • #35 / G5 / new C5 (1948–1953 / 1954–94 / 1994–2008)
  • old C5 / C6 (1979–94 / 1994–)
  • G7 / C7 (1954–67 / 1967–2008)
  • 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 pianosEdit

  • GB1
    • GB1K / DGB1CD — most compact models (depth: Script error) on current product line[1]

Upright pianosEdit

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  • B1
  • B2
  • B3
  • C108
  • M460
  • M560
  • P121
  • P22
  • P660
  • SU118C
  • T118
  • T121
  • U1
  • U2
  • U3
  • U5
  • UX
  • UX-3
  • UX-5
  • YUX
  • YUS1
  • YUS3
  • YUS5
  • SU7

Player pianosEdit

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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 pianosEdit

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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)

Hybrid pianosEdit

Hybrid grand pianosEdit
Hybrid upright pianosEdit
  • NU1 (2012)
  • DUP-8
  • DUP-22B
  • DUP-7 (2007)

Stage pianosEdit

Electric pianosEdit

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CP series (electric grand)
  • CP-60M (upright, with MIDI)
  • CP-70
  • CP-70B
  • CP-70D (with 7band GEQ)
  • CP-70M (with 7GEQ & MIDI)
  • CP-80
  • CP-80D (with 7band GEQ)
  • CP-80M (with 7GEQ & MIDI)
Analog stage pianosEdit

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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 pianosEdit

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  • GS1 / GS2 (1980) — 1st FM synth of Yamaha.
CP series (digital)
  • CP1 (2009)
  • CP4 (2014)
  • CP5 (2010)
  • CP33 (2006)
  • CP40 (2014)
  • CP50 (2010)
  • CP300 (2006)

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P series stage piano
  • P100 (1992, AE action) Clavinova PF series,
  • P-120 (2002, GH action)
  • P-150 (1995, AE2 action)
  • P-155[S] (2009, S = silver)
  • P-300 (1994, AE action) P500 features in P-100 chessis,
  • P-250 (2002)
  • P500 (AE action)
Clavinova PF series
  • PF10 / PF12 / PF15 (1983)
  • PF50 / PF60 (1986)
  • PF60 / PF80 (1985)
  • PF-85 (1987)
  • PF-500 (2002)
  • PF-1000 (2002)
  • PF1200 / PF1500 / PF2000 (1989)
others
  • S80

Digital pianosEdit

File:Yamaha MODUS H01.jpg
File:Yamaha MODUS F11.jpg
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)
Clavinova seriesEdit

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  • 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 (2007)
  • CVP-309GP (2004)
  • CVP-409GP (2008)
  • CLP-175 (2003, export model), predecessor of CLP-295GP
  • CLP-265GP (2006)
  • CLP-295GP (2006)
Clavinova Ensemble (CVP)

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(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 (1997)
  • CVP-600 (1998)
  • CVP-103[M] / CVP-105 / CVP-107 / CVP-109 (1999)
  • CVP-700 (1999, export model)
  • CVP-201 / CVP-203 / CVP-205 / CVP-207 / CVP-209 (2001)
  • CVP-900 (2002, export model)
  • CVP-202 / CVP-204[C] / CVP-206[M] (2003)
  • CVP-208[M] / CVP-210 (2003, export model)
  • CVP-301 (2004, export model)
  • CVP-303[C] / CVP-305[C] / CVP-307 / CVP-309[PE][PM] (2004)
  • CVP-401[C][PE] / CVP-403[C][PE][PM] / CVP-405[PE][PM] / CVP-407 / CVP-409[PE][PM] (2007)
  • CVP-501 / CVP-503 / CVP-505[PE] / CVP-509[PE][PM] (2009)
Clavinova Traditional (CLP)

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  • 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-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?)
P seriesEdit

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(colors: B = Black & Ebony, S = Silver & Cherry, W = White)

  • P-35 (2012, GHS action)
  • P-45 (2015, GHS action)
  • P50m (1996, half rack)
  • P-60[S] (2002, GH action)
  • P-65 (2006, export model, GHS action)
  • P-70[S] (2005 or 2006, GHS action))
  • P-80[W] (1999/2001, GH action)
  • P-85[S] (2007, GHS action)
  • P-90 (2003, GH action)
  • P-95[S] (2010, GHS action)

  • P-105 (2012, GHS action)
  • P-115 (2015, GHS action)
  • P-120[S] (2001, GH action)
  • P-140[S] (2005 or 2006, GH action)
  • P150 (1995, AE2 action)
  • P155[B][S] (2009, GH action)
  • P-200 (1998, GH action)
  • P-250 (2003, GH action)
  • P-255 (2014, GH action)

ARIUS/YDP seriesEdit
File:Yamaha YDP-S30 closeup.jpg
(finishes: C = bright wood color)

  • YDP-S30[C] / YDP-S31[C] (2007/2009)
  • YDP-88 / YDP-88II (1995/1997)
  • YDP-101 / YDP-201 (1999)
  • YDP-113 (2002, export model)
  • YDP-121 (2001)
  • YDP-123 / YDP-223[C] (2002)
  • YDP-131[C] (2005)

  • YDP-140[C] / YDP-160[C] (2008)
  • YDP-141[C] / YDP-161[C][B] / YDP-181 / YDP-V240 (2010/2011(YDP-161B))
  • YDP-151[C] / YDP-J151 (2005 or 2006/2006)
  • YDP-200 (1996)
  • YDP-213 (2005, export model)
  • YDP-223 (2002, export model)
  • YDP-300 (1995)
  • YDP-321 (2000)
  • YDP-323 (2005, export model)

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
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  • YPT-210AD / YPT-210DI / YPT-210MS / YPT-210MSB
  • YPT-220 (30 June 2008, export model)
  • YPT-230 (26 August 2010, export model))
  • YPT-240 (28 June 2012)
  • YPT-255 (1 January 2014)
  • YPT-300 (15 November 2004)
  • YPT-310 (21 August 2006, export model)
  • YPT-310AD / YPT-310MS / YPT-310MSB
  • YPT-320 (30 June 2008, export model)
  • YPT-330 (6 August 2010, export model)
  • YPT-340 (28 June 2012)
  • YPT-400 (17 November 2005, export model)
  • YPT-410 (23 July 2007, export model)
  • YPT-420 (1 December 2009, export model)
J series electronic keyboardEdit
  • J-3000 (1998)
  • J-5000 (2000)
  • J-7000 (2002)
  • J-8000 (2005/2006)
  • J-9000 (2008)
Piaggero/NP series portable digital pianoEdit
Portable Grand DGX / YPG seriesEdit

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(color: DGX = Silver, YPG = Champagne Gold)

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

OrgansEdit

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Reed organsEdit

In 1888, Yamaha started to manufacture the reed organs.

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

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Magna organ (1935–?)

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Electone (electronic organs)Edit

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1st Electone
  • D-1 (1959–1962, 1st electronic organ products of Yamaha)
Stage models
  • EX-42 (1970–1977, 1st stage model of Yamaha, design origin of GX-1)
  • SY-1 (1974, solo part of GX-1, monophonic synth with initial/after touch)
  • GX-1 (1975–1982, 1st polyphonic synth of Yamaha)
  • EX-1 / EX-2 (1977–1983)
  • 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

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  • 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)

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  • 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

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  • 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)
  • 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

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  • 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)
  • 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)

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  • 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)
  • ELK-10 (1994–2001)
  • ELK-400 (2001–2006)
  • ELX-1 (1992–2000)
  • ELX-1m (2000–2005)

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Stagea series
  • ELB-01 / ELB-01K (2006–)
  • ELS-01 / ELS-01C (2004–2014)
  • ELS-01X (2005–2014)
  • ELS-01U / ELS-01CU / ELS-01XU (2009–)
  • ELS-02 / ELS-02C / ELS-02X (2014-)
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)

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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 organsEdit

  • A-3 (1966)

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YC series
  • YC-10 (1969)
  • YC-20 (1970)
  • YC-30 (1970)
  • YC-25D (1972)
  • YC-45D (1972)

Ensemble keyboardsEdit

File:Yamaha SK-50D Symphonic Ensemble.jpg
  • 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 / SamplersEdit

SynthesizersEdit

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GX

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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)
  • SY-22 (1990, vector)

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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 (1979, 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, 2voice, patch memory)
  • CS-50 (1977, 4voice)
  • CS-60 (1977, 8voice)
  • CS-70M (1981, 6voice dual channel, patch memory, polyphonic seq.)
  • CS-80 (1977, 8voice dual channel)

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DX/TX series

  • DX1 (1983, dual DX7 with display)
  • DX5 (1985, dual DX7)
  • DX7 / DX7S (1983/1987)
  • DX7IID / DX7IIFD (1986)
  • DX7IIFD centennial / DX7IIC (1987)
  • DX9 (1983, 4op FM)
  • DX11 (1987, 4op FM)

  • TX816 — clustering rack version of 8× DX7
  • TX7 (1985) — desktop module version of DX7
  • TX802 — rack mount version of DX7II except for unison
  • TX81Z (1987)/TX16W (1988) — rack mount versions of DX11

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

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VL/VP series (virtual acoustic)

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

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S series
  • S03[BL] / S03SL (2001/2004, BL = black, SL = silver)
  • S08 (2002, extended version of S03, support XG & GM2)
  • S30 (2000, based on CS6x)
  • S70 XS (2009, based on Motif XS without seq. & sampler)
  • S80 (1999, based on CS6x)
  • S90 (2002, based on Motif 8 without seq. & sampler)
  • S90ES (2005, based on Motif 8 ES without seq. & sampler, support MSPS)
  • S90XS (2009, based on Motif XS without seq. & sampler)

WorkstationsEdit

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V series
  • V50 (1989, music workstation, successor of DX11)
SY series (AFM/PCM/RCM(PCM×AFM))

  • SY22 (1990) — AWM2 and FM-based Vector synthesis
  • SY35 (1992) — AWM2 and FM-based Vector synthesis
  • SY55 (1990) — PCM-only (AWM2), without Sample RAM (like SY77)
  • SY77 (1989) — RCM synthesis
  • SY85 (1992) — PCM-only (AWM2), with Sample RAM (like SY99)
  • SY99 (1991) — RCM synthesis

  • TG33 (1990) — rack mount version of SY22
  • TG55 (1989) — rack mount version of SY55
  • TG77 (1990)— rack mount version of SY77

W series
  • W5 / W5 ver.2 (1994/1995)
  • W7 / W7 ver.2 (1994/1995)
EX series
Motif/MO/MM series
  • Motif 6/7/8 (2001)
  • 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
  • MX49 / MX61 (2012) - successor to MM6/MM8, with more than 1000 sounds from Motif XS
  • MOXF6 / MOXF8 (2013) - sound engine and sample-ROM from Motif XF, optional sample-flash-ROM
Montage series
Montage 6/7/8 (2016)
others
  • QS300 (1995) — music workstation similar to EOSB900, based on QY300+MU50[1]
Arranger workstationsEdit

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Tyros series
  • Tyros (2002)
  • Tyros 2 (2005 or 2006)
  • Tyros 3 (2008)
  • Tyros 4 (2010)
  • Tyros 5 (2013)

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PSR arranger workstations

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  • PSR-1500 (2004)
  • PSR-3000 (2004)
  • PSR-7000 (1995, export model)
  • PSR-8000 (1997, export model)
  • PSR-9000 (1999, export model)
  • PSR-9000 Pro (2000, export model)
  • PSR-A300 (2005, export model)
  • PSR-A1000 (2002, export model)
  • PSR-OR700 (2007, export model)
  • PSR-OR900
  • PSR-A2000 (2011, oriental model)
  • PSR-A3000 (2015, oriental model)

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PSR-S
  • PSR-S500 (2006 or 2007)
  • PSR-S550 / PSR-S550B (2008 or 2009/?)
  • PSR-S650 (2011-)
  • PSR-S670 (2015-)
  • PSR-S700 (2007)
  • PSR-S710 (2009, export model)
  • PSR-S900 (2007)
  • PSR-S910 (2009, export model)
  • PSR-S750 (2012)
  • PSR-S950 (2012)
  • PSR-S770 (2015)
  • PSR-S970 (2015)

WalkstationsEdit

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  • 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)
  • QY100 (2000)(AWM2 engine)
  • QY300 (c.1994)
  • QY700 (1996)

Groove machinesEdit

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  • AN200 (2001) — desktop module based on PLG150-AN similar to AN1x, with drum sound and step sequencer.
  • DX200 (2001) — desktop module based on PLG150-DX compatible with DX7, with additional filter & envelope, drum sounds and step sequencer.
  • PSRD1 / PSRD1-DJX (1998, DJ keyboard)
  • DJX-II / DJX-IIIB (2000, DJ keyboard/DJ groove machine)
  • RM1x (1998)
  • RS7000 (2001)
  • RX5 (1986)
  • RX7 (1987)

Drum machinesEdit

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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)
  • RY20 (1994)
  • RY30 (1991, AWM2(16bit PCM))
RM series
  • RM50— drum sound module
MR series
  • MR10 (1983)

SamplerEdit

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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 modulesEdit

sound modules not fit into other categories
  • CBXT3 — General MIDI and other modes supported
  • FB-01— 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
  • TG300 / TG300GRAY (1993/1994) — PCM, GS compatible
  • TG500 (1992)
  • TX1P (1987, piano)
XG sound modulesEdit
MU series
File:Yamaha mu2000.jpg

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  • MU10XG
  • MU20 (1995, harf-rack unit)
  • MU50 (1995)
  • MU80 / MU80B (1994/1996)
  • MU90/ MU90R/ MU90B
  • MU100 / MU100R / MU100B / MU100BS (1997/?/1998/1999)
  • MU128 (1998)
  • MU500 (2000)
  • MU1000 (1999)
  • MU2000 / MU2000EX (1999/)

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Plug-in sound boardsEdit

File:Yamaha DB50XG Sound Daughter Board (top).jpg
  • 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.[1]
  • 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[2]
  • 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

Software synthesizersEdit

File:Vocaloid + HRP-4C Miim collaboration (clip), Yamaha booth, CEATEC JAPAN 2009.jpg

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MIDI controllersEdit

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)
KeytarsEdit

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  • CS-01 (1982, shoulder analog synth with breath controller)
  • KX1 (1983)
  • KX5 (1984)
  • SHS-10[R][S][B] (1987/1988, FM & MIDI, similar to PSS-390, R = red, S = silver, B = black (1988))[1]
  • SHS-200 (1988)
Guitar synthesizersEdit
  • 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)

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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 controllersEdit
File:Yamaha WX7 wind controller with Dad.jpg
WX series
  • WX5 (1998)
  • WX7 (1987)
  • WX11 / WT11 (1989, Wind controller/sound module)

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EZ series wind instruments
  • EZ-TP (2004, EZ series, trumpet style, 3valves)
Breath controllers
  • BC2
  • BC3
Tenori-onEdit
File:Tenori-on-london-2nd-january-2008.JPG

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  • TNR-W (2008, white LED buttons)
  • TNR-O (2009, orange LED buttons)
Wearable InstrumentsEdit
  • Miburi

InterfacesEdit

MIDI interfacesEdit
  • UX16
  • UX96
  • UX256
MIDI effectsEdit
  • MEP4 (c.1988) MIDI Event Processor[1]
MLANEdit

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  • mLAN8P
  • mLAN8E
  • mLAN16E
  • mLAN-EX
  • i88X

SequencersEdit

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

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Music computersEdit

  • 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 softwareEdit

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

Computer music packagesEdit

Hello! Music!
computer music packages consists with CBX hardwares 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 keyboardsEdit

  • 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 keyboardsEdit

TYU series
Music Card ROM cartridge & LED key guide
  • TYU-30 Fun-Keyboard (mini KB, squarewave tone)[1]
  • TYU-40 (mini KB, squarewave tone, pitchbender & microphone)[1]

PortaSoundEdit

File:Yamaha PortaSound PS-20 with ABCS (Automatic Bass Chord System) playing with foot.jpg
  • PS-1 / PS-2[1] / PS-3 (1980, mini KB)
  • PS-10 / PS-20[1] / PS-30[1] / PS-30B (1981/1982, 44-48key)
  • PS-300 / PS-400 (1982, mini KB)
  • MP-1 (1982, mini KB, with built-in musical score printer)[1]
  • PS-25 / PS-35 / PS-35S (1983, S = stereo speakers)
  • PS-55 / PS-55S (1983, S = stereo speakers, CPU Intel 8085, FM Synth IG09510)[2]
  • MK-100 (1983, mini KB, digital sound)[1]
  • PS-200 (1984, mini KB)
  • PS-6100 (1984)
PortaSound PlayCard seriesEdit
PlayCard music card reader models

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  • PC-50 (1983, mini KB)
  • PC-100 (1982, mini KB)[1]
  • PC-1000 (1983)
  • PCS-30[1] / PCS-500[1] (1984)
  • PCR-800 (1985)
PortaSound PSS seriesEdit

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  • PSS-6 (1994, sample)[1]
  • PSS-7 (1997, ellipse shape body; wavetable (or sample) with granular sounds)[1]
  • PSS-8 (1988)
  • PSS-9 (1990)
  • PSS-11 / PSS-21 / PSS-31[1] / PSS-51 (1992, sample)
  • PSS-12 (1994)
  • PSS-14 (1997, wavetable (or sample) with granular sounds)[1]
  • PSS-15 (1997)
  • PSS-16 (FM, acc.&demo)[1]
  • PSS-20 (1989)[1]
  • PSS-26 (1995)
  • PSS-30 (1982)[1]
  • PSS-50 (1990, FM with realitime sliders)
  • PSS-80[1] / PSS-80R / PSS-100[1] / PSS-280 / PSS-380 / PSS-580 / PSS-780 (1989, R = red)
  • PSS-102 / PSS-104 (1991, with music card, music cartridge (PSS-102) and microphone)
  • PSS-110[1] / PSS-150[1] / PSS-260[1] / PSS-450 (1985, squarewave/squarewave/digital/?)
  • PSS-120 / PSS-160[1]

  • PSS-130[1] (1987)
  • PSS-140 37-keys 100-sounds, YM2413[1] / PSS-480 / PSS-680 (1988, FM&acc)
  • PSS-170 44-keys 100-sounds, YM2413 (1986)
  • PSS-190 / PSS-290 / [1] / PSS-590 / PSS-790 (1990, FM with realtime sliders)
  • PSS-270 49-keys 100-sounds, YM2413 (1986, two FM operators, nine voice polyphony), XC194AO[2]
  • PSS-280 (1986, reduced feature version of PSS-270)
  • PSS-360 (1986, squarewave)
  • PSS-370 (1987)
  • PSS-460 49-keys 21-sounds, YM3812, (1986)
  • PSS-470 49-keys 21-sounds, YM3812, (1987)
  • PSS-560 49-keys 21-sounds, YM3812, additional drum chip (1986)
  • PSS-570 49-keys 21-sounds, YM3812, additional drum chip (1987)
  • PSS-780 (FM, MIDI & drum pads)[1]

HandySoundEdit

  • HS-200[1] / HS-400 / HS-500[1] / HS-501 (1982, extra mini KB)

PortaToneEdit

PotaTone DSR seriesEdit
  • DSR-500 (1988)
  • DSR-1000 (c.1987)
  • DSR-2000

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PortaTone PSR seriesEdit

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PSR

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PSR-E

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  • PSR-E203 (15 November 2004)
  • PSR-E213 (11 October 2006)
  • PSR-E223 (30 June 2008)
  • PSR-E233 (26 August 2010)
  • PSR-E243 (28 June 2012)
  • PSR-E253 (1 January 2014)
  • PSR-E303 (15 November 2004)
  • PSR-E313 (21 August 2006)
  • PSR-E323 (30 June 2008)
  • PSR-E333 (6 August 2010)
  • PSR-E343 (28 June 2012)
  • PSR-E353 (29 September 2014)
  • PSR-E403 (17 November 2005)
  • PSR-E413 (10 October 2007)
  • PSR-E423 (1 May 2009, with touch response)
  • PSR-E433 (28 December 2011)
  • PSR-E443 (2 September 2013)
  • PSR-E453 (17 September 2015, Stadium Rock is first style, SurfRock, BeachRock, CanadianRock, ChartPianoPop, 70'sRock 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 others
  • PSR-I455 (2012,with Indian styles)
  • PSR-I425 (2011, 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-SQ16 (1992)
EOS series (including YS/SDX/TQ)

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  • EOS YS100 / YS100 (1988, easy operating FM synth, 4op FM/8 muti-timbral)[1]
  • EOS YS200 / YS200 / TQ5 (1988, YS100 with 8track sequencer, TQ = desktop module version)[1]
  • EOS DS55 (c.1988)
  • EOS B200 / SDX-2000 (1988/1989, SDX = classroom keyboard)[1]
  • 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 seriesEdit

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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)
  • 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 instrumentsEdit

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Silent violinsEdit

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

Silent ViolasEdit

  • SVV-200SK

Silent CellosEdit

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

Silent BassesEdit

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

Guitars / BassesEdit

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Acoustic guitarsEdit

F310

Classical guitarsEdit

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Concert Classic[1]
  • gc 60 (c.1968)
  • Concert Classic 80 (c.1968)
  • Concert Classic 100 (c.1968)
  • Concert Classic 120 (c.1968)
  • Concert Classic 150 (c.1968)
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)
Grand Concert Classic
  • CG-150 (c.1968)[1]
  • CG-180SA (c.1966)
CG series
  • CG-100A
  • CG-120
  • CG-120A
  • CG-151
  • CG-171SF
GD series
  • GD-10[C] (1990)
  • GD-20[C] (1990)
  • GD-20[E][CE] (1992)

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G series
Model Years MSR Description
  • G50A 1969-72 $69.50
  • G60A 1969-73 $79.50
  • G65A 1972-74 $95.50
  • G70A 1969-72 $--.--
  • G80A 1969-74 $75.00
  • G85A 1970-72 $89.50
  • G90A 1967-74 $125.50
  • G100 1967-76 $79.00
  • G100A 1970-72 $99.50
  • G120A 1970-76 $142.50
  • G130A 1969-76 $119.50
  • G150A 1970-76 $166.50
  • G160  ?-1977-? $---,-- Solid top 658mm scale [1]
  • G280A 1972-74 $300
  • G-245S 1977-81 $265.00 Solid Spruce Top, 658 mm scale
  • G-245Sii 1981-1985 $--.--
  • G255S 1977-81 $360.00 Solid Spruce Top
  • G255Sii 1981-85 $375.00 Solid Cedar Top
  • G-260S 1981-85 $xxx.xx Concert Guitar
Steel and nylon string option guitarsEdit
Dynamic Guitar[2][3][4][5]

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  • 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[1])
  • 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[2]
  • 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 guitarsEdit
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

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  • FG-75 (c.1969R2, slightly small (length 40"))
  • FG-75 1
  • FG-110 (c.1968R, folk)[1]
  • 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)[1]
  • FG-151 / FG-151B (1976/1978, western)
  • FG-152 (1976, folk)
  • FG-160 (1972G, jumbo)
  • FG-170 (1972G, folk)
  • FG-180 (c.1968R, '68jumbo)[1]
  • 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)

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  • FG-230 (c.1968R, 12strings '68jumbo)[1]
  • 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
  • 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)

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  • 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-420-12A (12 String)
  • FG-430
  • FG-440 (1972G, folk)
  • 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)

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  • 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

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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)[1]
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))

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GuitaleleEdit

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Silent guitarsEdit

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

Electric-acoustic guitarsEdit

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

Electric guitarsEdit

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AE series
full hollow body, single cutaway

  • AE-11 (1967)[1]
  • AE-12 (1972)
  • AE-18 (1972)
  • AE-500

  • AE-1200 (1978)
  • AE-1200S2 (1989)
  • AE-1200T (1979)
  • AE-1500 (1991)
  • AE-2000 (1978)

  • AEX500N2 (1998)
  • AEX1500 (c.1994)

AES series
thinline hollow body, single cutaway

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  • AES1500
  • AES1500B

CV series
EG series

  • EG-012

  • EG-112

  • EG-303

ERG series
  • ERG-121
EX series
Explorer shape
  • EX-1 / EX-2 (1985)
GX series
headless guitars
  • GX1 (1986)

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Pacifica

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  • PAC012
  • PAC112J
  • PAC112JL
  • PAC112V
  • PAC302S

  • PAC412V
  • PAC612V
  • PAC812V
  • PAC904
  • PAC1221M
  • PAC1511MS Mike Stern signature

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RGX series

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Super Strat type
  • RGX110
  • RGX120D
  • RGX121z
  • RGX211
  • RGX312
  • RGX420DZ
  • RGX421D
  • RGX512J
  • RGX721D
  • RGXA2
RGZ series
  • RGZ321P
SA series
thinline hollow body, double cutaway

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  • SA-5 / SA-5B (1966)
  • SA-20 / SA-20B (1968, 12strings,
    B = pearl color)[1]
  • SA-30 / SA-30T (c.1968, export model?)[1]
  • SA-50 / SA-50B (1967, tremolo,
    B = pearl or sycamore)[1]
  • SA-60 (1973)
  • SA-90 (1973)
  • SA-500 (2005, Art Deco f-holes)
  • SA-503 TVL Troy Van Leeuwen signature
  • SA-700 (1977)
  • SA-900 (1983)

  • SA-1000 (1977)
  • SA-1100 (1988)
  • SA-1200S (1972)
  • SA-1300 (1983)
  • SA-1800 / SA-1800L (1983, L = left hand)
  • SA-2000 / SA-2000S (1977/1979)
  • SA-2100II (1988)
  • SA2200
  • SA-2500 (1983)
  • SAS-I / SAS-II / SAS-III (1988, small body)[2]
  • SAS-1500

SA series (Rickenbacker type)
semi-acoustic guitars similar to Rickenbacker
  • SA-15 / SA-15D (1968)
  • SA-RR Custom (1989, with Telecaster bridge)[2]
SC series

  • SC-700 (1977)
  • SC-800 (1977)
  • SC-1000 (1977)
  • SC-1200 (1977)

  • SC-3000 (1980, SF shape)
  • SC-5000 (1980, SF shape)
  • SC-7000 (1980, SF shape)

SE series

  • SE-110
  • SE-150
  • SE-200
  • SE-203
  • SE-211
  • SE-250
  • SE-300 / SE-300H
  • SE-350 / SE-350H

  • SE-603M
  • SE-612 / SE-612A
  • SE-700HE (1985)
  • SE-700M
  • SE-903A
  • SE-1203 / SE-1203a
  • SE-1212 / SE-1212a
  • SE-1220 / SE-1220a

Session series
  • Session 503 (1985)
  • Session 512 (1985)
  • Session 520 (1985)
SF series

  • SF-400
  • SF-500 (1980)
  • SF550
  • SF-600
  • SF-700 (1977)
  • SF-1000 (1977)

  • SF-3000 (1980)
  • SF-5000 (1980)
  • SF-7000 (1980)

  • SFX-I (1985)
  • SFX-II (1985)
  • SFX-III (1985)

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

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  • SG-5 (1966)
  • SG-7 (1966)

  • SG-2A (1967)
  • SG-5A (1967)
  • SG-7A (1967)
  • SG-12A (1967)

  • SG-7AS (1996)
  • SG-12AS (1996)

  • BJ PRO (2000)
  • BJ PRO 12 (2002)

  • SGV-300 / SGV-700 / SGV-800 (2000)
  • SGV-500S / SGV-1200 (2001)
1968 SG non-reverse cutaway
  • SG-2C (1968)
  • SG-3C (1968)
1972 SG single cutaway

  • SG-40
  • SG-60 / SG-60T (c.1973, German carved, T = tremolo)[# 1]
  • SG-80 (German carved, tone selector)

  • SG-45
  • SG-65
  • SG-85

SG series (stable)Edit
1973-74 SG series (with different pickguard shape)[1]

  • SG-30 (1973, Katsura-wood, bolt-on neck, dot inlays)
  • SG-35 (1973, Natoh mahogany, bolt-on neck, parallelogram inlays)

  • SG-30A (1974, maple body SG-30)
  • SG-35A (1974, maple body SG-35)
  • SG-50 (1974, set-in neck, dot inlays, large pickguard)
  • SG-70 (1974, mahogany body SG-50)
  • SG-90 (1974, mahogany carved-top with top binding, set-in neck)

stable SG series (SG-2000 shape)[1]

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  • 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)[1]
  • SG-1500 (1981 in Japan, different new model)
  • SG-1600 (1983)
  • SG1802 (2010, Seymour Duncan P-90-3 pickups)[2]
  • SG1820 / SG1820A (2010, A = EMG85/81 pickups)[2]
  • SG-1966 (1985, Yamaha Shibuya Store 20th Anniversarry)
  • 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))[1]
  • 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[1] or c.1985, neck-through, Mexican abalone purfling to the top)
custome shop SG
  • 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)[1]
  • 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
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  • SBG500(1981 (or 1982)-1983 in the US, export version of SG-800S)[1]
  • SBG500B
  • SBG700 (1978 or 1979 in the US, renamed version of SG-700)[1]
  • SBG700S (1999)[1]
  • SBG800S (1998)
  • SBG1000 (1980s-1983 in the US/1998/c.2009 30th anniversary handcraft model, renamed version of SG-1000[1])
  • SBG1200 (1998)
  • SBG1996
  • SBG2000 (1980s-1984/1998/c.2009, renamed version of SG-2000,[1] later reissued as 30th anniversary handcraft model)
  • SBG2100 (1984 or 1985, successor of SBG2000 in the US)[1]
  • 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
similar to Telecaster
  • SJ-500 (1978)
  • SJ-800 (1978)
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SX series
yet another symmetrical double cutaway model
  • SX-60
  • SX-80
  • SX-125
  • SX-800A
  • SX-800B
  • SX-900A
  • SX-900B
VX series
Flying V shape
  • VX-1 / VX-2 (1985)

Bass guitarsEdit

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BB bass

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(S = short scale ?, L = ?, F = fretless, X = with pickguard)
†: discontinued

  • BB-424 / BB-424X (2010/2011)[1]
  • BB-425 / BB-425X (2010/2011) 5-string version of 424[1]
  • BB-714BS (2008) Billy Sheehan signature[1]
  • BB-1024 / BB-1024X (2010/2011)[1]
  • BB-1025 / BB-1025X (2010/2011) 5-string version of 1024, based on BB-2000[1]
  • BB-2024 / BB-2024X (2009/?)[1]
  • BB-2025 / BB-2025X (2010/?) 5-string version of 2024[1]
  • BB-NE2 Nathan East signature[2]
 archived
  • BB-201
  • BB-350[F] / BB-350L[2]

BB-400 Series passive electronics series[2]

  • BB-404[F] (2002)[2]
  • BB-405 (2002) Nathan East style 5-string[2]
  • BB-414 / BB-414X[2] (2005)
  • BB-415 (c.2005 ?) 5-string[2]
  • BB-550

BB-600 Series active electronics series[2]

  • BB-604 (2002) Nathan East style 4-string, with NE1 parametric EQ and BB-NE2 silhouette[2]
  • BB-605 (2002) Nathan East style 5-string, with NE1 parametric EQ and BB-NE2 silhouette[2]
  • BB-614 (2005) 4-string[1]
  • BB-615 (2005) 5-string[1]
  • BB-650
  • BB-800
  • BB-850

 archived artist models
  • BB-EAST Nathan East signature 5-string[2]
  • BB-G4 / BB-G4S[2] / BB-G4AScript error 4-string
  • BB-G5 / BB-G5S[2] / BB-G5AScript error 5-string version of BB-G4
  • BB-N4[F][2]
  • BB-N5 / BB-N5A[2]
  • BB-NE[2] / BB-NESScript error Nathan East signature
  • BB-VI / BB-VIS
  • BB-VII

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
EBX bass
bass guitars with Explorer shape
  • EBX-1 (1985)

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Motion bass
  • MB-I (1985)
  • MB-II (1985)
  • MB-III (1985)
RBX bass

  • RBX-A2
  • RBX-JM2
  • RBX-4A2M
  • RBX-5
  • RBX-5F
  • RBX-5A2
  • RBX-40
  • RBX-6JM / RBX-6JM2 John Myung signature
  • RBX-170
  • RBX-200
  • RBX-250
  • RBX-250F
  • RBX-260
  • RBX-270

  • RBX-300
  • RBX-350
  • RBX-350II
  • RBX-370-A
  • RBX-374
  • RBX-375
  • RBX-460
  • RBX-550
  • RBX-550M
  • RBX-750A
  • RBX-755A
  • RBX-765A
  • RBX-600
  • RBX-600M
  • RBX-800
  • RBX-800AF
  • RBX-1000

SA bass
bass version of vintage SA series, double cutaway semi-acoustic
  • SA-17 (1967)
  • SA-70 / SA-70B (1968, B = pearl color)[1]
  • 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)[2]
TRB bass

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  • 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 effectsEdit

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  • Magicstomp Model UB99[1]
01 series Professional System Effectors (1980)

  • AD-10 Analog Delay
  • CH-01 Chorus
  • CO-01 Compressor
  • DS-01 Distortion
  • FL-01 Flanger
  • LI-01 Limiter
  • LS-01 Line Selector
  • MP-01 Mini Pedal (with CV output)

  • NG-01 Noise Gate
  • OC-01 Octaver
  • PE-01 Parametric EQ
  • PH-01 Phaser
  • TB-01 Tone Booster
  • SB-100 Professional System Board
  • SB-200 Professional System Board (with patch panel)

10M series[2]
  • OD-10M Over Drive
10M II series[2]
  • CO-10MII Compressor
20M series[2]
  • DDS-20M Delay Pedal
  • DSC-20M Stereo Chorus Pedal
  • MDB-20M Multi-band Distortion Pedal
100 series (c.1988)[1]

  • BD-100 Beat Drive
  • CO-100 Compressor
  • COD-100 C MOS Over Drive
  • CS-100 Compressor Sustainer
  • DD-100 Digital Delay
  • DI-100 Distortion

  • FL-100 Flanger
  • GE-100 Graphic Equalizer for Guitar
  • NR-100 Noise Reducer
  • PH-100 Phase Shifter
  • AC-320 Power Supply

x01 series Professional System Effectors[2]

  • PSE40A system board
  • COY-101 Compressor
  • ODY-101 Over Drive
  • GEY-201 Graphic EQ
  • ADY-301 Analog Delay

  • CHY-301 Chorus
  • FLY-401 Flanger
  • PHY-401 Phaser
  • VP-500 volume pedal

Guitar/Bass amplifiersEdit

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  • HY-10G / HY-10GIII (40W?)
  • Park G10 (combo, designed by Marshall)
  • T50 / T50C (c.2009, 50W tube head/combo, designed by Soldano (SLO))
  • T100 / T100C (c.2009, 100W tube head/combo, designed by Soldano (SLO))
A line
  • AA5 (battery amp, 5W, for silent guitar)
  • BA-15 (bass amp)
  • GA-10
  • GA-15
  • VA-7W
  • VA-10 (twin)
R line
  • AR-1500 / AR-1500 Live / AR-1500R (25W, R = reverb.)
  • AR-1500Bass (bass amp)
  • AR-2500
  • HR-1500 (c.1987, 25W?)
  • SR100-212 (100W 2×12")
  • VR4000 (stereo 50W 2×10")
  • VR6000 (stereo 100W 2×12")
DG series
digital modeling amplifier
  • DG60-112 / DG60FX-112 / DS60-112 (12", combo / combo with effects / powered cabinet)
  • DG80-112A
  • DG85
  • DG100-212 / DG100-212A (2×12", A = with built-in effects (chorus, tremolo, tape echo))
  • DG-1000 (preamp, flagship of DG amp series & DG-STOMP series)
  • DS60-112 (12", 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
File:Yamaha F-20 (b&w).jpg
  • F-20 / F-20FX / F-20B (20W 8" / FX = stereo effects / B = bass 10")
  • F30R (30W 10", R = reverb.)
  • F50-112 (50W 12", color:black, gray)
  • F50-115B (bass amp, 50W 15")
  • F100-112 (12", color:black, gray)
  • F100-115 (15")
  • F100-212 (2×12")
G series
  • G50-112 (50W, 12")
  • G50-410 (50W, 4×10")
  • G100-112 (100W, 12")
  • G100-115 (100W, 15")
  • G100-210 (100W, 2×10")
  • G100-212 (100W, 2×12")
J series
  • J-15
  • J-25 (10")
  • J-45II
  • J-55
  • J-85
  • J-95 (twin)
  • J-100
  • J-105 (100W 2×12")
  • J-115B (bass amp)
  • S-115 (bass cabinet for J-115B, 120W 15")
  • J-140S (412S cabinet)
JX series (1980s)

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  • JX15
  • JX20
  • JX25 / JX25B
  • JX30 / JX30B (30W, B = 15" Bass amp)
  • JX35B (JX30B with comp)
  • JX40 (30W 12")
  • JX50
  • JX55 / JX55B
  • JX65D (c.1982, 2×12")

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RA rotary speakers (1970s)
rotary sound amplifiers which produce Leslie speaker effects by rotating a series of speaker units instead of horns.[# 1] also featuring Yamaha Natural Sound Speaker units
  • CSY-2 (1975)[# 2]
  • R-60 (a combination of dual 3way normal speakers and dual 2way rotary speakers)[1]
  • RA-50 (1970s, single rorary + woofer)[1][# 3]
  • RA-70R
  • RA-100 (1970s, dual rotary + woofer)[# 4]
  • RA-200R (1970s, triple rotary + woofer)[# 5]David Gilmour (Pink Floyd) used it along with Hiwatt amp between 1976–1983.[# 6][# 7]
TA series (late 1960s)
wedge-shaped flat amplifiers, featuring Yamaha Natural Sound Speaker units
  • TA-20[1]
  • TA-30 (c.1968, 30W RMS/ 50W music power)[2][1]
  • TA-60 (c.1968, 60W RMS/100W music power)[2][1]
  • TA-90 (PE100 head + TS90 cabinet, 90W RMS)[1]
VR series (1989–1991)
  • VR3000 (50W @ 8Ω, 1x12" speaker, dual channel, 1 parametric EQ per channel, reverb)
  • VR4000 (stereo 2x25W @ 8Ω, 2x10" speakers, dual channel, 1 parametric EQ per channel, reverb, chorus)
  • VR5000 (100W @ 8Ω, 1x12" speaker, dual channel, 2 parametric EQ per channel, reverb)
  • VR6000 (stereo 2x50W @ 8Ω, 2x12" speakers, dual channel, 2 parametric EQ per channel, reverb, chorus)
VX series (red logo)
  • VX15
  • VX25
  • VX35B (bass amp)
YTA series (1970s, blue line)
  • YTA-15A
  • YTA-95 (100W 2×12")
  • YTA-110A
B series
File:Yamaha B100-115 SE.jpg
  • B100 / B100-115SE (combo, 15")
BBT series digital bass amps
  • BBT500H (head, 500W@2Ω)
  • BBT210S (cabinet, 2×10")
  • BBT410S (cabinet, 4×10")
  • BBT500-115 (combo, 500W 15")
YBA series (1970s, blue line)
  • YBA-45

Musical instrument amplifiersEdit

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

Keyboard amplifiersEdit

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

Percussion instrumentsEdit

TimpaniEdit

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.)

MarimbasEdit

File:King george marimba.jpg
  • 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 kitsEdit

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Acoustic drumsEdit
Electronic drumsEdit

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  • DTX (1996)[1]
  • 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)
File:Yamaha DD-65 Digital Drum Kit.jpg
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 (1991/1992, 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)

Brass instrumentsEdit

CornetsEdit

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

TrumpetsEdit

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  • YTR-1310
  • YTR-1320se
  • YTR-1335
  • YTR-232
  • YTR-2320
  • YTR-2320S
  • 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

TrombonesEdit

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

HornsEdit

File:Vienna Horn Yamaha YHR-601.jpg
  • YHR-567
  • YHR-601
  • YHR-667
  • YHR-667V
  • YHR-668
  • YHR-668II

EuphoniumsEdit

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

Baritone HornsEdit

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

Tenor HornsEdit

  • YAH-203
  • YAH-602

FlugelhornsEdit

  • YFH-2310
  • YFH-631G
  • YFH-6310Z
  • YFH-8310Z
  • YFH-8315G

TubasEdit

in BBb

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

in CC

  • YCB-621
  • YCB-822
  • YCB-826S

in Eb

  • YEB-321S
  • YEB-632S

in F

  • YFB-621
  • YFB-822

Woodwind instrumentsEdit

ClarinetsEdit

Bb ClarinetsEdit
  • Advantage
  • YCL-255
  • YCL-450(Silver Plated)
  • YCL-450N(Nickel Plated)
  • YCL-550AL
  • 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 ClarinetsEdit
  • YCL-CS-A
  • YCL-SE-A
  • YCL-CSG-A
  • YCL-CSG-AH
  • YCL-CSV-A
  • YCL-SEV-A
  • YCL-CSG-AII
Eb ClarinetsEdit
  • YCL-881
  • YCL-681II
Bass ClarinetsEdit
  • YCL-221II
  • YCL-621II
  • YCL-622II
Alto ClarinetEdit
  • YCL-631II

BassoonsEdit

  • YFG-811
  • YFG-812
  • YFG-821

FlutesEdit

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  • YFL-A421/B
  • YFL-B441
  • YFL-221
  • YFL-261
  • YFL-281
  • YFL-321

YFL 371 (open hole)

  • YFL-361
  • YFL-381
  • YFL-421
  • YFL-461
  • YFL-471
  • YFL-481
  • YFL-574H
  • YFL-574HCT
  • YFL-584H
  • YFL-584HCT
  • YFL-674H
  • YFL-674HCT
  • YFL-684H
  • YFL-684HCT
  • YFL-774H
  • YFL-774HCT
  • YFL-784H
  • YFL-784HCT
  • YFL-874H
  • YFL-874HW
  • YFL-881H
  • YFL-884H
  • YFL-892H
  • YFL-894H
  • YFL-894HW

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PiccolosEdit

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  • YPC-30
  • YPC-31
  • YPC-32
  • YPC-62
  • YPC-81
  • YPC-82

SaxophonesEdit

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Soprano saxophonesEdit

  • 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-875EX (Custom model)
  • YSS-82Z(R) (One-piece custom model)

Alto saxophonesEdit

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  • YAS-21 (Yamaha's first student-grade alto sax)
  • 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-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-82Z (Custom model)
  • YAS-82ZII (Custom model)
  • YAS-855 (Custom model)
  • YAS-875 (Custom model)
  • YAS-875EX (Custom model)
  • YAS-875EXW (Custom model)

Tenor saxophonesEdit

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  • 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-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-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-82Z (Custom model)
  • YTS-855 (Custom model)
  • YTS-875 (Custom model)
  • YTS-875EX (Custom model)
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Baritone saxophonesEdit

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

AudioEdit

Music productionEdit

RecordersEdit

Digital mixing studioEdit
  • 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 workstationsEdit
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  • 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 recordersEdit
multitrack recorders for music creation[1]

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  • DRU8 (1990, 8tr/original 8mm dat)
MD series (MiniDisc)
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  • MD4 / MD4S (1996/1999)
  • MD8 (1998)
CMX series (Compact Cassette)
  • CMX1 (1985)
  • CMX3 (1988)
  • CMX100 / CMX100II / CMX100III (1988/1989/1991)
MT series (Compact Cassette)
File:Yamaha MT2X 4-track cassette recorder.jpg
  • MT2X (c.1998)
  • MT4X (1994)
  • MT8X (1993)
  • MT44 / MT44D (1982/1984)
  • MT50 (1994)
  • MT-100 (1988)
  • MT120 / MT120S (1991)
  • MT400 (1999)
Pocket recordersEdit
Voice recorder type
  • Pocketrak CX / C24 / W24 (2008/2010)

Audio interfacesEdit

  • 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)[# 1]
D/A converters
  • DA8X (1990, D/A & S/PDIF converter)
  • DA202 (1988, D/A)
  • DA824 (1990, D/A)

Pro audioEdit

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Mixing consolesEdit

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Digital mixing consolesEdit
  • QL1 /QL5 (2014)
  • CL1/CL3/CL5 (2012)[1]
  • M7CL (2005/2010)
  • LS9 (2006)
  • PM1D (2001)
  • PM5D (2004)
  • DM2000 (2002)
  • DM1000 (2003)
  • IMX644 (2009, digital installation mixer)
  • 03D (1997)
  • 02R / 02R96 (1995/2002)
  • 01V / 01V96 (1998/2003)
  • ProMix01 (1994)
  • DMC1000 (1991)[# 1]
  • DMP7/ DMP7-D (1987/1988)[# 1]
  • DMP9-16 (1993)
  • DMP11 (1988)
  • DMR8 (1990)[# 1]
Analog mixing consolesEdit

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  • 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 mixersEdit

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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-2403
MR series
  • MR-842
MX series

Powered mixersEdit

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

OutboardsEdit

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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
  • SPX2000
Analog outboards
  • Q2031A (31band graphic equalizer)
Software effect plug-insEdit

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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 monitorsEdit

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  • 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)

MicrophonesEdit

  • MZ101

Home audioEdit

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  • 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
  • AX900 Pre/Main Amplifier
  • MX35 2ch/4ch Power Amplifier
  • M-4 2ch/4ch Power Amplifier
Hi-Fi audio players
  • CDX-580 CD Player
  • DVD-S1700 DVD Player
Hi-Fi audio recorders
  • KX-680 Cassette Deck
Hi-Fi tuners
  • TX930 Tuner
Hi-Fi receivers
  • CR-400
  • CR-450
  • CR-600
  • CR-800
  • CR-1000
  • CR-420
  • CR-620
  • CR-820
  • CR-1020
  • CR-440
  • CR-640
  • CR-840
  • CR-1040
28 Series
Sound processors
  • DSP-1 Digital Soundfield Processor (1985)
  • DSP-100 Digital Soundfield Processor
  • Natural Sound
Hi-Fi audio speakers
NS series
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  • NS-1
  • NS-5X
  • NS-10
  • NS-200
  • NS-500
  • NS-A100
  • 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-2200
  • YSP-2500
  • YSP-3000
  • YSP-3300
  • YSP-4000
  • YSP-4100
  • YSP-4300
  • YSP-5100

Electronics productsEdit

Home computersEdit

  • YIS PU-I-20 / PU-I-10 (1981, CPU:YM6502+Z8000, Mem:128kB, Graphic:Vector graphics, 512x384@3bit, 12bit color pallet)[1][2]
MSX/MSX2[3]

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  • 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 drivesEdit

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RoutersEdit

  • RT100i
  • RTA50i
  • RTX1000
  • RTX1100

SemiconductorsEdit

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Sound chipsEdit

  • SCSP
  • Yamaha Super Intelligent Sound Processor
PSG/SSG
  • YM2149 / YM3439 / YMZ294 / YMZ284 / YMZ285 (SSG)
    PSG variants, adopted by MSX2 (1985) standard.
OPL
OPN
OPS
Misc
  • YM2151 (OPM) — used 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; also 16ch version (OPZII) was used on V50
  • YM2154 (RYP4) — used on Porta Tone PSR-60, PSR-70 and PSR-80.
  • YM3301 (RYP6)
  • YM2142 (GE8)
  • YM2613 (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
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      • 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)
  • YMZ280 (PCMD8)
  • YMZ705 (SSGS)
  • YMZ732 (SSGS2)
  • YMZ733 (SSGS3)
  • YMZ735 (FMS)
  • YMZ771 (SSG3)
  • YMZ774
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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 chipsEdit

  • V9938MSX-Video chip, adopted by MSX2 (1985) standard.
  • V9958MSX-Video chip, adopted by MSX2+ & MSX TurboR standards.
  • V9990 — used in Graphics9000 extension for MSX (1994)

MSX peripheral chipsEdit

MSX-Engine

Sports equipmentEdit

ArcheryEdit

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

VehiclesEdit

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See alsoEdit

FootnotesEdit

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ReferencesEdit

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BibliographyEdit

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External linksEdit

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