Yamaha is a Japanese multinational corporation that produces a wide range of products such as musical instruments, audio equipment, electronics, motorcycles, and power sports equipment.
Founded in 1887 by Torakusu Yamaha as a piano and reed organ manufacturer
Started production of motorcycles in 1955
Expanded product line to include audio equipment and electronics in the 1960s
Diversified into power sports equipment in the 1980s
Provides electronic musical instruments, including digital pianos, synthesizers, and electronic drums.
Manufactures and distributes guitars, basses, amplifiers, and related equipment.
Produces electronic musical instruments, audio processors, and guitar pedals.
Yamaha produces a range of digital and acoustic pianos, including grand and upright models.
Yamaha offers motorcycles for both on-road and off-road use, including sport, cruiser, and touring models.
Yamaha manufactures a variety of audio equipment, including speakers, headphones, mixers, and amplifiers.
Yamaha produces a wide range of musical instruments, including pianos, keyboards, guitars, drums, wind instruments, and strings.
Yes, Yamaha motorcycles are known for their high performance and reliability. They offer a wide range of models for different types of riding and have a strong reputation in the racing community.
Yamaha's most popular product is arguably their digital pianos, which are acclaimed for their realistic sound and touch response.
Yes, Yamaha produces a range of home theater systems, including soundbars, AV receivers, and powered subwoofers.
Yamaha products are available for purchase at authorized dealers, online retailers, and on Yamaha's official website.