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Yamaha YV1605C Standard 3.0 Octave Matte Finish Silver Bar Vibraphone

Brand: Yamaha


MSRP: $5,860.00

Item: #213787
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The Yamaha YV1605C Standard 3.0 Octave Matte Finish Silver Bar Vibraphone has many of the same features as their professional vibraphones including the same high-grade bar material and finish, but at a more economical price ideal for schools or aspiring players.

The exclusive Yamaha tuning method is used, ensuring true pitch and a full sound. The bars also feature a silver matte finish that produces a warm sound. The non-graduated bars help to keep this keyboard compact, while the 1 1/2" width and 1/2" thick bars allow projection and full tone.

The height adjustable frame allows for the most comfortable playing position for all players and the oversized pedal allows pedaling of the instrument from all playing positions on the keyboard. A quiet motor with silent pause and silent fan speed slider control allows musical expression without unwanted noise.

The durable frame features a lower crossbar support and horizontal leg supports to maintain stability and therefore the playability of the instrument, and large 3" casters, with two locking casters on the player's side, allow for easy transport and playing stability.


  • Matte Finish Silver Bars
  • Range: 3.0 Octaves F33-F69
  • Bar Sizes: Non-graduated; 1 ½ " x ½ "
  • Dimensions: 48 7/8 " x 29 1/8 "
  • Height adjustable from 31 ½ " - 34 5/8 "
  • Pitch: A=442Hz
  • Cover Included


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Chuck C asked: What is the bar size? and would this Instrument be conducive to use in a
small jazz combo?
Jan 7, 2013
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Adam BStaff: This instrument has Non-graduated bars. The bars are 1 1/2" wide and about 1/2" thick. This instrument works well for traveling and gigging around because of it's compact design. It would work well in a small jazz combo that might be playing shows in small spaces or traveling around. It features many of the same elements as the higher end instruments but in a compact design. Jan 7, 2013
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