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  • wazooxxwazooxx

    Good and excellent master piano keyboard

    Yamaha PFP-100Published on 11/29/13 at 03:03
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This is a very good product I bought there nearly 20 years. Ideal for the stage, it makes a very good master with its 88 keys keyboard (touch heavy) to the programmable sensitivity, connectivity Pedal "switches" (sustain, soft, sostenuto), volume pedal, assignable continuous controller (aftertouch , volume, pan ...), his "fader" programmable (ditto assignable controller), its ability to split, transpose, etc., and complete connectivity with MIDI function "merge" the OUT.

    It has 10 sounds (stereo piano, rock piano, Rhodes, DX electric piano, strings, "Clavinova sound", electric bass, acoustic bass, tonewheel organ, vibraphone).

    Troubleshoots integrated reverb, but unfortunately mono. T…
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    This is a very good product I bought there nearly 20 years. Ideal for the stage, it makes a very good master with its 88 keys keyboard (touch heavy) to the programmable sensitivity, connectivity Pedal "switches" (sustain, soft, sostenuto), volume pedal, assignable continuous controller (aftertouch , volume, pan ...), his "fader" programmable (ditto assignable controller), its ability to split, transpose, etc., and complete connectivity with MIDI function "merge" the OUT.

    It has 10 sounds (stereo piano, rock piano, Rhodes, DX electric piano, strings, "Clavinova sound", electric bass, acoustic bass, tonewheel organ, vibraphone).

    Troubleshoots integrated reverb, but unfortunately mono. The integrated chorus is useful for coloring electric piano. The equalizer is well thought out and can be quite useful to clarify the sound mix (cut bass piano) or color.
    Effect settings are saved for each sound.


    Integrated amplification 2x 20W is a bit small but is very useful for a quick beef.

    UTILIZATION

    Touch is very good, very heavy. The manual is clear. The interface is fairly simple, although for those who have read the manual :)

    SOUNDS

    It makes an excellent piano sound stereo piano is still quite ok despite its age. Limited polyphony (16 notes), which may increase by switching to mono (32 notes) we regret. Unfortunately mono sound samples much lower. The sounds of "Rhodes" and "DX electric piano" are used, and the other sounds are completely anecdotal. The strings may possibly serve "layer" with the piano.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 20 years. It is almost indestructible (in 1995, his flight case was destroyed by the clumsiness porters Royal Air Morocco, without damaging the instrument inside).

    Today, I can not find a keyboard with a touch as good ... Price where it is found, it is an excellent deal.
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  • Jean-Luc SouliéJean-Luc Soulié

    Yamaha PFP-100Published on 06/17/10 at 08:47
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I am content for now to a brief description, not next to my piano.

    Yamaha pf p-100 is a digital piano with weighted keys to 88 keys.

    It has 10 piano sounds with a stereo and a piano rock, 2 pianos and 2 electric bass sounds, its a clavinova tone, 1 string, 1 and 1 organ sound (vibraphone?) Sorry but I'm not sure what last.

    It has 2 outputs amplified and unamplified 2, and 3 MIDI (in, out and through).

    There are 2 20 watt speakers seems to me there with the ability to cut without lowering the sound volume if you want to play by listening to the sound through the audio outputs.

    We can connect 3 pedals, 1 sustain.

    What I think is that in 15 years and despite daily use of one to sev…
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    I am content for now to a brief description, not next to my piano.

    Yamaha pf p-100 is a digital piano with weighted keys to 88 keys.

    It has 10 piano sounds with a stereo and a piano rock, 2 pianos and 2 electric bass sounds, its a clavinova tone, 1 string, 1 and 1 organ sound (vibraphone?) Sorry but I'm not sure what last.

    It has 2 outputs amplified and unamplified 2, and 3 MIDI (in, out and through).

    There are 2 20 watt speakers seems to me there with the ability to cut without lowering the sound volume if you want to play by listening to the sound through the audio outputs.

    We can connect 3 pedals, 1 sustain.

    What I think is that in 15 years and despite daily use of one to several hours and many, many transportation (car, train, plane) has not budged.

    UTILIZATION

    The keyboard is nice and I should totally use, even though at the time the mechanical hammer did not exist.

    The manual is completely sufficient to the extent p or mp-100 is not very complex.

    SOUNDS

    The stereo piano sound is impeccable.

    I never use the others, with a synth elsewhere.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Apparently it did not move and the keyboard itself and the speakers are intact.

    The piano sound is always appreciated by musicians who listen or try it.

    I bought from a Motif XS-8 but I work only on the piano parts pf the p-100.

    I do not part with it and continues to be in such good condition, my son will inherit.

    You can ask me any questions you want, I will answer as soon as possible without any problem and more precisely here, using the manual if necessary.

    My email: dalonjeanluc@gmail.com

    To listen to the piano sound Yamaha PF P-100 (and the reason XS8) despite the poor quality of the recording:
    https://www.youtube.com/user/pahar07
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