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  • music58music58

    Yamaha PF15Published on 10/11/06 at 12:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    88 ratings, feel heavy,
    piano sounds, rhode, harpsichord ...
    a dozen in all.
    No MIDI.

    UTILIZATION

    - The keyboard is a little older, but the feel is correct, not too heavy, just what he must
    - The buttons are simple to understand, the presence of a chorus and a stereo button, which gives more depth.
    - Sories audio, taken pedals.

    SOUNDS

    While these are their old sound but I still find lots of charm.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I was the help given to my choir. The sound blends well with voices, it is neutral, almost vocal, which makes it ideal for rehearsals.
    The beast is quite heavy! N 'imagine not prevail with you.
    This keyboard has had its day but I like …
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    88 ratings, feel heavy,
    piano sounds, rhode, harpsichord ...
    a dozen in all.
    No MIDI.

    UTILIZATION

    - The keyboard is a little older, but the feel is correct, not too heavy, just what he must
    - The buttons are simple to understand, the presence of a chorus and a stereo button, which gives more depth.
    - Sories audio, taken pedals.

    SOUNDS

    While these are their old sound but I still find lots of charm.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I was the help given to my choir. The sound blends well with voices, it is neutral, almost vocal, which makes it ideal for rehearsals.
    The beast is quite heavy! N 'imagine not prevail with you.
    This keyboard has had its day but I like still play his electric piano sounds very vintage.
    Too bad that he can not serve as a master keyboard ... (No MIDI)
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  • Dom BrunetDom Brunet

    Yamaha PF15Published on 12/30/06 at 14:45
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Beware the PF15 is the PF15!
    Piano lectonique dlaiss in his time because 10 sounds available
    7 you put the trash but the remaining three are unique!
    The piano has three serious amazing!
    I possde the piano since 1984 and do not spare me!
    The Rhodes sound, the PF15 his, but what a sound!
    (Hint: combine it with a Flanger Boss BF-1) and is
    monster ...
    Cot poigt 50.60 kg ...

    UTILIZATION

    Keyboard a bit soft, but what class!

    SOUNDS

    Yes, it's the PF15!

    OVERALL OPINION

    22 years!
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    Beware the PF15 is the PF15!
    Piano lectonique dlaiss in his time because 10 sounds available
    7 you put the trash but the remaining three are unique!
    The piano has three serious amazing!
    I possde the piano since 1984 and do not spare me!
    The Rhodes sound, the PF15 his, but what a sound!
    (Hint: combine it with a Flanger Boss BF-1) and is
    monster ...
    Cot poigt 50.60 kg ...

    UTILIZATION

    Keyboard a bit soft, but what class!

    SOUNDS

    Yes, it's the PF15!

    OVERALL OPINION

    22 years!
    See less
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