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Yamaha Clavinova CLP-550
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Yamaha Clavinova CLP-550

Digital Piano from Yamaha belonging to the Clavinova CLP series.

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«  very good .......... 1989 »

Published on 01/14/13 at 15:29
Value For Money : Excellent
Piano cabinet with sliding cover to protect the keyboard and desk.
It has a very good sound output with all inputs need.
Midi in out thru.
2 pedals.

88 notes
2 pianos: one classical and one jazz
1 electric piano
1 harpsichord
1 vibraphone
1 celesta
1 guitar

in 1989 the note is very good. in 2013 it is: average. But that all depends on the price that you would find in occas. and what you want to do.

UTILIZATION

The keyboard is weighted.
Especially after 23 years it is still in very good condition and shows no fatigue.

SOUNDS

Sounds are sufficient. amplification is for many.
the piano one is a little too soft in medium 2 is but the piano very well.
(Of course there are better today)

OVERALL OPINION

23 years and I intend to keep it.
It is perfect for learning. Leave it in the room without worrying too much about who will play it. And sometimes there are surprises: it still sounds good.
The amp is very good.
For example, the P60's little amp is very light when you plug it into entries CLP550, then yes we realize that walking was jumped at sounds. But in all cases, it can make a real hands on two pianos four and fuck like crazy. But the P60 amp on its own seems less while its sounds are much better. (For those who do not know this is a stage piano entry level to 2005).

I tried Korg and Roland the same year as the purchase. It is this one that is imposed (compared to in-store piano all at the same price ~) as for the sound the touch keyboard at the time.

I recommend it especially to parents who want their children to start without breaking the bank if they do not know if the kids will hang. They certainly resell very well.

At the time this was the first piano had Yam technology AWM samples. So there was a sacred walk on the range before.

Anyway good keyboard should not be expensive because of the age occas. But before criticizing the keyboard, I listen first play who is sitting in front.
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