Yamaha P-120S user reviews
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- Keyboard 8 Octaves
- 2 Headphone Outputs
- 2 to exit. (L and R)
- RCA (L and R)
- Pedal not included.
- Pedal to.
- Midi out / in
- "To host"?
4 effects of reverberation (Room, Hall 1, Hall 2, Stage) (Graduated from 0 to 20)
4 basic effects (chorus, phaser, tremolo, delay) (Graduated from 0 to 20)
Hit on four levels
Transposition (From -12 to 12)
28 different sounds
- Heavy touch very nice and quiet.
The options are numerous, complex, but the manual is very explicit, they will have no secrets for you if you help.
- The sounds are numerous and well imitated. You can adjust the brightness of the sound, which suits all users of this piano.
My favorite sounds are piano and violin.
- Overall Opinion
- I use the piano for a few months, but I'm not about to leave unlike the other models I've tried before.
- 88 keys, hammer action, etc., etc. ... Said before
- The classy keyboard. I am a pianist by trade (concert), we mean well, it will never replace a piano, but then he does the job well. Very good feel heavy (usually digital after a while hurt my tendons because too light), beautiful piano sound, not too squeaky treble. The configuration is very simple, you plug and go.
- I play in the classic (not recommended anyway, but its not at the level of investments, etc.), in jazz - pop - rock as well. Nickel, nothing wrong, he has power. Well, except for the sound of a piano that is top, the rest is not great. You really have to think like a digital piano quality.
Good velocity, realistic ...
- Overall Opinion
- I use it for 4 years, nothing wrong, I made plans with sacred number, I carted all over France, it does not move, never crashes, it's solid. Well ... it is heavy, hell for me who hates to wear, but at the same time that says quality ... Value for money, it's worth much.
I would do without hesitation that choice
- [Now sold]
88 heavy keys, keyboard GH2.
14 sounds, I'm only interested in pianos, especially "Grand Piano 1" breathtaking. The "2" is the earlier, and the other sounds are present almost as anecdotal than anything else! The piano sounds are accompanied by additional samples for return to best this huge creature that is living near the acoustic piano. The result was ok but it is much better now.
Connectivity is comprehensive, but placed on the left of the keyboard. Bizarre ... Note the presence of a "To Host" but I do not use.
Comes with a progressive pedal.
Comes with a desk, elegant but I do not use it.
The integrated amplifier is not transcendent but enough for a small room. It also allows for this small luxury increasingly absent in today's electronic music, such as "I turn, I play!" Moo it's good! ;-)
- Two uses for me. Fake piano and keyboard master of my Triton Studio.
The general configuration is very simple, so in two cases brilliant, impeccable.
- The keyboard is so heavy that recording a guitar part with you bruised hands for a week, but hey ...! There are no free lunches!
- At noon, we have to go through functions such as the screen (but quite sufficient riquiqui) the offers, codes such as "F3.1". You can not Squizz the manual but it holds fast the numbers from those used the most. So it goes!
The selection of midi channels could not be easier, once you are on the menu, an arrow to go up, a down arrow.
Manuel essential, therefore, for functions, and clear enough.
Word of advice if you use your P120 to record sequences: Use the pedal Damper / Hold your workstation rather than delivered with the piano. It is "too" progressive and sends crowds of data in your sequencer, bringing to the same result in the ear, your understanding of 90 kb to about 200! A pedal type "DS-1H" Korg is more than enough!
- Its use as a fake piano was very good, I learned a lot of hard parts on it (especially Chopin).
There are some effects summary, but I do not use them. The only switch that works is his "Grand Piano 1" and the piano, all necessary effects into place automatically. What more?
GH2 The keyboard is definitely too heavy to be completely realistic, but here is a golden opportunity to work on his fourth finger! (The pianists will understand me!)
There is no aftertouch! Wonderful! No need to disable this function horrifying parasite that causes a myriad of trills and vibrato that I do not necessarily want by registering with my Triton! That there is great, that!
Do not buy the P120 to its sound of strings, it is as bad as my CVP-30 for almost 15 years ago!
Rhodes superb organ correct vibraphones classical choirs friendly ... Anyway, it's a fake piano or keyboard master pianist ... What we do not care for other sounds??
- Overall Opinion
- I kept a little over 30 months. It is a choice that was good at the time the list of pianos that were available. In "S" version, cherry finish / silver, the camera takes a mouth Infinia more upscale than the natural finish, and at the same price.
Currently, there are much better but hey, 5 years have elapsed since its sale, all the same! Maybe interesting occasion.
- Octave: 7 - we ask no more than a 88 keys!
A dozen sounds of good quality - specially mention the Grand Piano
Nothing wrong at connection: MIDI In / Out / To Host Outputs cinch, jack, headphones, etc. .. and I forget!
- The touch of this piano is reason enough to sign the chque eyes closed. At this level of COMPTITE, the only true conccurents comes from the RD-700SX Roland home.
Gnrale configuration is very simple, whether to combine the sounds, effects, transposition, etc. .....
- I only use the Grand Piano, Rhodes and possibly the jazz organ. The rest sounds a little gadget. This piano is for musicians who do not need a gas factory sound and want to have a real heavy touch and a piano sound hyper practitioner. Point bar!
- Overall Opinion
- I use it for several months, APRS be thrown in Fatar and Roland.
J'apprcie particulirement touch, simplicity of use (I turn, I play), and three sounds that interest me (Grand Piano, Rhodes and Organ).
Aesthetics nothing wrong with its fake wood finish ca us exchange dprimants black keyboards.
The less body weight (mpf 25kg. ..) a bit difficult to carry rptition, but you get used to (ho climbed!).
In short: A keyboard that is the point.
- This piano has more than seven octaves, like a real piano.
It offers only its correct: the piano, like a real piano!
intgre amplification gives excellent sound but not too big a pice.
Each note is sampled for a multi poustouflant ism.
What he has more than a real piano, it is the audio and MIDI connections for nophites simple and widely enough to make his propore models.
The pedals Sustain is flattering at first, trs progressive and heavy (like a real piano ...) but the use of poor quality.
A small squenseur sduira budding composers to record quickly Młoda or a pattern that goes through their head.
- Touch is fantastic. This tool must be bought as a real piano. Even for students, the touch is heavy enough (see heavier than some basic acoustic ...). In addition, the high notes are more serious than lgres as on the real!
The configuration is very simple, the sounds are select few but not trs INTERESTED, so avoid to play alone.
Using midi is bone simple, (it has to be some that there is no Thru ...
Depending on use, the manual is not necessary forcment.
- The sound is gnial.
Ultra ralistes, bluffing. The effects are simple, useful but not trs help break the monotony of a single instrument sound!
The expression is flawless, blindfolded, it would be wrong.
Again, this is a piano, a synth not there a war machine to a home studio (although the piano recorded audio samples will be worth all the morning of the world)
So for the piano is the top
- Overall Opinion
- APRS year and a half, I conquered.
I put normment time for fear of having to choose a permanent desire to play again on acoustic piano. Now is the other way around ... is to say that I n'apprcie addition to playing on acoustic pianos with a high rev.
I loved my Kawai acoustic seems infrieur my P120!
I Rasht now! especially for the price
Only BMOL; the pedals sustain aging badly and ends up squealing ...
No other keyboard This category is currently not
- -7 Octaves: same amount of octaves as a piano acoustic
-14 Sounds - 4 effects: the number of sounds is not enough for me but the quality is excellent.
-2 Headphones connectors - 2 cinch out - jack out 2 - MIDI in / MIDI out - TO HOST connector - 2 x pedal: view connections, no complaints.
- - Viewpoint touch, no complaints! Impeccable. Better than my old upright piano acoustic ... The best touch electronic piano that I know (even a grand piano sensation).
- The most common configuration (sound effects ...) is simple but the settings are more laborious depths (for functions that s'affices figures on the small screen) and the user manual is required for this
- MIDI channel selection is done via a function (ie, need the manual to less than memorize the number of the function)
- The manual is fairly clear to a neophyte, but very clear to an experienced user
- From this point of view, I am the best electronic piano. The quality of touch, sound quality, the response to velocity etc. are impeccable.
The effects are very realistic (4 types of reverb, chorus, phaser, tremolo, delay)
We can adjust the sensitivity of touch (hard, medium, soft, fixed)
The piano stunning reality (it does not sound synthetic)
- Overall Opinion
- I use it for a year. What I like most is the quality of touch, sound quality, connectivity, ease of transport (useful for concerts). What I regret is the lack of the various available. For the same with a large bank of sound, you have to buy the P-250 (the model dessu) but it is of course more expensive, deeper and 10Kg heavier (and therefore more difficult to transport for concerts).
I've played a lot of piano and electronic keyboards before but never had I experienced this pleasure to play that one has a acoustic piano. The P-120 is similar to a lot of that feeling.
So in summary, I have no complaints except:
- Lack of available sounds (but certainly not quality!)
- The depth adjustment tedious