Yamaha P-90
Yamaha P-90

P-90, Digital Piano from Yamaha in the P series.

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Average Score:4.4( 4.4/5 based on 14 reviews )
 7 reviews50 %
 6 reviews43 %
 1 user review7 %
Value For Money : Excellent

Mattfig's review"Very nice"

Yamaha P-90
81 key...Midi in and out...Footswitch compatable and pedal compatable too...

There are not many sounds but that's the idea...This is a piano, no a synth...It's built well and feels like the real thing down to the proper weighted keys...


Use is simple...The manual spells it all out just fine...A child could learn to effectively use it in 15 minutes...There are more functions like a 2 track recorder, metronome, effects...But I use it and bought it to use as a piano...


The piano sounds are amazing...Very rich, full, and non-digital sounding...It captures every nuance of your playing and translates it very nicely into what sounds like a well tuned, real piano...The other tones are what you might expect - Strings, Elec Piano, Organs, Wood/Brass, Choir, and, of course, a few exquisite Grand Pianos...Perfect for practice or studio use...Records very well...The producer in me loves it, the player in me appreciates it for the tone/feel/ease of use...


I like it's playability and piano sounds...Those were my two criterion going in...I got that....I really don't use the other functions enough to speak as to how well they function or sound....

I don't like that it's heavy but do like that it's solid so it's a fair trade...

The value is so so...By now it's worth crap since it's over 3 years old but I have no intention of selling it anyway...ANd when I say it's not worth much it's only because there are many newer models, that's all...

I tried many and settled here...The best tone and feel for piano...

I'd buy it again....

ganice's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" bonpiano"

Yamaha P-90


very good




2010 seen on you tube pianist Laura Pausini p90 to listen!

luchogie's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Yamaha P-90
88-toutese connectors (jack, headphones, rca, midi ...) it just sounds a basis for making a super keyboard pop / rock and classical piano


touch is exceptional there is no better in the occurencies much better than what is found on the Motif, S90 all series configuration is difficult because of the small display but poururquoi configure it?


sounds are an exceptional quality pianos are smooth, expressive, beautiful ... the best in the market.

The rhodes and wurlis are great musical and expressive!

The DX7 and D50 use the strings as well.

the choruses are superb bass response was falling down musicality and beauty.


It lacks knobs controls (pitch, modulation) and a jack for expression pedal otherwise there is nothing to say! This keyboard is fully pro: it rings of hell and is super reliable. if only he had those wheels ... more sounds of this caliber ... aftertouch .... AC would be a dream!

clementBrest's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Yamaha P-90
CHARACTERISTICS, see below, the sounds are not ditables


The touch keyboard is it enjoyable? Should you use?
Touching for me, it is plutt trs good, although bit too heavy.

Configuration gnrale Is it easy?
Config gnrale ultra-simple

The select MIDI channels, patches is easy?
I do not use

The manual is clear and sufficient? ...
I do not serve, you will not need more non-


The sounds they agree your style of music?
It's a piano numrique. The grand piano is great, the jazz organ is nice, as the e-piano

Are ralistes?
Yes, for those deficits prcdemment for other ... so the quality is good overall plutt but I do not ever used.

The effects are they effective and responsive?
No rglage effects, damage. There's either a fact, let y 'no. I put 6 here because of a.


How long have you use it?
A few months

What is the particular feature you like best and least?
+: His touch, his Grand piano.
-: Its weight and size in its cover

How do you report qualitprix?
I bought it used with 700 flight case and port, and I must say I'm really pleased with the quality over price. In my budget, there was the nine P-85, but in between, there's no picture, the P-90 is 100 times better

Exprience with, you will do again this choice? ...

bad-taste's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Yamaha P-90
88 keys weights


Touch trs close to a 'real piano'
Use simple trs


Trs piano sounds good
I used a piano
for the rest, go your way, it's not a synth


If you are looking to transport a piano up a staircase or an elevator, which ncessite not be rgulirement agreement ....
Touch is trs good, excellent piano sounds (especially the grand piano), the reverb as much help, its a used piano E (fawn rhodes). Otherwise, this is clearly not a synth, but at the same time, it's not what is asked.
I mistakenly bought the P140 heuuuuu ........, ........., the P90 with an amp it is clearly suprieur TRS.

jong's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Yamaha P-90
Dj said


I mainly bought for his touch ... VLOC sustain and sounds pianos.
trs simple, enjoyable trs.


Sounds right for me quite a From the time I DCID to buy a piano and knowing that I was not looking for 15 DIFFERENT sound.
I use mainly a grand piano (with its variation), two grand piano, vibes, jazz organ. the others are correct trs but are not the interest of p90.


This is the solution for a real treat in the game and its a good raliste refund.
I do it again the same choice.

phar0n's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Yamaha P-90
I've had a year

adj all t said,

88 notes
15 sounds (with minor versions, you could say 30 ...)
all the usual connectors (Midi, jack 1 / 4, RCA)


Note no wear up date

Extremely easy to use, two banks of memory compltes
(Small frustration, when making a pice replay recorded in the bank, there is only sound and no MIDI out. Impossible to loops)


Sounds trsralistes on the other hand do not think that you will do with a synth, no button CONTRL, no sound synthetic ...
it's more a piano emulator, with some organ sounds and strings

Rverberation effects, Chorus, Flanger, Tremolo, Delay, transposition

aftertoutch but not good, just is not one but a piano Calivis mixed.

I put 7 / 10 because I have parasites that come out of the socket Earphone the attack buttons.


Well suited to the course as easy to transport, easy to use and contains good trs intgres its banks.

Otherwise, if you want to do the studio, it is possible to have a much better report qualitprix having to seek a Controller south of the same brand or another, with a bunch of buttons assignable Properties of a packet on a packet of synthtiseurs.

I would do this choice, if I had money

l'intelligence's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Yamaha P-90
give CHARACTERISTICS see everywhere.
it complete, it even has a switch Mystra for MIDI and many ultra-classic pieces are stored in memory.
lack only a little humor. It is possible for a piano? Yes, in the design of the buttons, their investments and so on. There is no function too.


In my case, APRS and well see the market tudi I will say only good things about this piano.
First of all obviousness is a professional tool srieux and robust, very easy handle.
Touch is a bit heavy but it is far too lightweight in the competitors.
T sounds have worked well - although the effect is unnecessary apply all positions -
and the main instruments have a great VLOC.
You plug the speakers of your choice. This is a freedom! - Forget the gates of dust envelopes or speaker mute against the wall. -
On the object itself, I think the space is still reviewing, do not talk about the weight, but the I can not compare with the competitors.


the grains are electro-piano and the beautiful! It is registered with the sounds of pianos that this object is his talent.


<ul> I do it again and again this achat.encore ... here </ul> but for now I have one!

LouinParis's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Yamaha P-90
- It has 7 octaves, 88 keys, but not exactly.
- It sounds DIFFERENT 10 with modulations.
- Connection noon, and RCA jack.


- The touch is excellent, enjoyable trs ... may be too heavy on lightweight medium grades.
- The config is very simple, it is a basic keyboard trs with the bare minimum, BUT IT IS VERY VERY GOOD.
- Yes, the MIDI is no problem.
- The manual is very well and full rev.


- The sounds are of good quality especially trs sounds pinos and imitation Hammond (Jazz Organ).
- Yes, with good speakers, the sound is good but rev it will never be like on a real Steanway.
- What effect?
- Good words, but always the same thing: there is not enough DIFFERENT levels hit a key.
- Prfres: Piano and Jazz Organ 2. Dislikes: electric piano and an organ.


- From 1 year.
- For transport, it's really good trs. It is lugs around easily.
- The Rolands I dtest and P60.
- Nothing fancy, the quality price ratio is normal.
- For the scne, yes for sure because it's REALLY a great keyboard, but the studio homo I do not know, even if it's also good for TRS use.

_the_dude_'s review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Yamaha P-90
88 keys (like on a real).
A score of sounds with little variation possible thanks to the effects.
Split the keyboard, possibility to play two sounds simultaneously.
Ability to save sequences to play over ...
No amplifier but do not bother for mobile use.

But first a real piano approach.


Good touch, imitation of a real keyboard very good compared with the competition (study from the summer 2004).
Very easy to use. Possibilities for use midi master keyboard.


His great Piano1 Yamaha very crystalline (We like it or not, I really like).
The answer is good. Sampling of quality. Korg on a previous generation I was tired very quickly (after only two months of use) sound to the headphones. You could hear the samples and then the fading of his time was not terrible. Nothing to do with this type of instrument. (Having said that the Korg has been making progress ... a monitor).
Experession very good and velocity.

Primary use: Piano1 was 80%, but also its type Hammond organ to accompany pieces Reggae, a little Electro2 piano, xylophone also at times.


Really designed for mobile use, the piano continues to please me. I use it for over a year now and no worries except for a small problem inversion sustain pedal that I had three times (Bug, you must power cycle).
I am very happy with the sound. Whether it's through headphones, or live on a good sound system it works very very well ...