Yamaha P-120
Yamaha P-120

P-120, Digital Piano from Yamaha in the P series.

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sylock 03/13/2004

Yamaha P-120 : sylock's user review


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-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)


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