The Yamaha P71 is an entry-level digital piano that’s designed to provide an excellent playing experience, some high-end Yamaha features, and 88 keys – at an affordable price. The P71 is the cheapest model from the “P” series, which is Yamaha’s portable line of 88-key keyboards. Here’s a quick summary of the key features of the Yamaha […]
Click to view in AmazonThe Yamaha CP1 Digital Stage piano is a premium instrument which is committed to both innovation and tradition. The core sound technology used in the CP series was redesigned from the basic level. This model faithfully recreates the vintage electronic pianos and acoustic sounds with its unique Spectral Component Modeling (SCM) tone […]
Yamaha offers a variety of keyboards, digital pianos and workstations at a number of different price points. The YPG-535 is a digital piano featuring a full 88 key layout with what they term graded or soft touch action, which they claim feels similar, though not quite the same, as playing with weighted keys. The YPG-535 offers recording capability with a relatively easy-to-navigate interface
Yamaha has been building pianos for over a century, and the Yamaha Arius YPD-142 continues their tradition of building high-quality instruments. Its built-in 12-watt sound system can fill a room with sound, its dual headphone jacks are perfect for late-night practice sessions, and its wood-finish cabinet and classic design give it a truly professional look. Yamaha knows exactly how a piano should feel, and that’s demonstrated beautifully in the YPD-142.
The Yamaha P-105 is an 88-tone piano that provides a feel and response similar to an acoustic instrument. Its sound mechanism derives from Yamaha’s celebrated Pure CF sampling technique. The sample used with this method comes from the famous Yamaha CFIIIS acoustic grand piano. The P-105 features four levels of touch for realistic acoustic sensitivity, and its graded hammer action provides a feel very similar to an acoustic. For expansive tonal expression