Yamaha P-35

Yamaha P-35

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P-35, Digital Piano from Yamaha in the P series.

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Yamaha P-35 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: P-35
  • Series: P
  • Category: Digital Pianos
  • Added in our database on: 10/04/2012

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Yamaha P-35 user reviews

Average Score:4.0( 4/5 based on 4 reviews )
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sw80's review"weighted keys"

Yamaha P-35
The Yamaha P35 is a digital piano keyboard with a speaker system right on it. It comes with the full 88 keys and all of the keys are touch sensitive with a great feel to them. Out of all of the keyboards/digital pianos that I have used in this price range. This is one that just feels like it is the most well rounded. The keys feel great and the piano sounds are amazing for 400 bucks. This digital piano is not a workstation so there are no LCD screens or a bunch of knobs and sliders. But it has a very nice matte black finish and a built on music holder so you can read your scores right in front of you. I didn’t keep the music holder on the keyboard though because most of the pieces I play are by ear or I already have the music memorized to the point where I don’t need to look at the score.


I have been using this digital piano for a few months now, and to my surprise there are some other sounds on it. Some of the synths are pretty good. I was also able to split the keyboard and play with different sounds on different octaves like higher end digital pianos will let you do. There are 4 different type of reverbs, but they are pretty standard and do not give a lot of flexibility to alter them.


The P35 comes loaded with 10 demo songs to play along with. If you are a beginner this keyboard will work great for you because of how the keys feel. It will be a great starting point to work your way up to a grand piano. If you have been playing for a while this is still a great digital piano to have because it will give you the feel of a full piano without taking up all of the space in your house or apartment.


I am very happy with my purchase of the P35 and I look forward to keeping it for a while.

damiendhiers's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Excellent price / quality ratio"

Yamaha P-35
Heavy touch, 88 keys: touch is really good for this price range. You can feel the heaviness, the rebound is. Small flat on the connection: one headphone output ... A "line" output would have been welcome ...


Touch is very good, the sound change is a bit more hassle than other digital pianos (you must simultaneously press "function" and a key that corresponds to the sound you want, ditto for the metronome).

The sustain pedal provides is however very average quality, I advise you to buy a sustain-type "piano" on ...


The piano sound is excellent: very good definition in the bass, treble are pretty without breaking the ears, and the mids are very hot. And aftertouch is excellent, you can really play all the shades you want.

The harpsichord sounds great too, much better than some much more expensive workstation ... The strings (strings) are also quite correct. In contrast, the organ that will really "kitsch".


I use it for 8 months now, after having a Korg for some years the difference is this: the Yamaha is hotter, better defined, with the piano sounds that are pretty cool (harpsichord, strings, etc.. ). The bass is really good ...

The only downside compared to its price: the lack of a "line" output in addition to the headphone output ... So, live, sometimes difficult to make it stand out compared to other instruments.

Kazhed's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Correct"

Yamaha P-35
This is the P-35, 35 thus keys :)

What connection (Audio, MIDI, pedals ...)?
So for audio, I was a little disappointed, because there is only one exit, and no more! Ie you can not connect a headset and sound card or speakers. We must choose, and therefore connect, disconnect, reconnect. Of course, if the sound card is near or long queue of headphones, they can arrange m'enfin extra socket would have been seen anyway. To connect the sound card, you also need a cable jack male on one end, you plug the P-35, and TWO male Jack to connect your sound card. Otherwise jack (normal) you will sound in mono mono :) But PERFECT!
There midi connections, velocity is very good to control something else.
The pedal is also there. Well, it works and gets the job done, I finally this is almost the "on" "off" anything. Should not you expect the intermediary.

How many sounds, effects available? Are they edited?

There are not a lot, but usually it's the piano that interests us. There are two organs, fun and drinking (one more than the other). A Marimba which for once is convincing. Two electric pianos, one of which is interesting, so rhodes, it saturates if we upset a few keys. This is not all bad (I would say that it is good). Violins are cheap as it is not allowed. And two classic pianos. I do not use one, the default.

At the sound, I find that there is too much reverb. It is configurable, but notch. As the pedal is a little on / off, suddenly, without, it's ugly, and the minimum is already a little too much (in my opinion).
Played through headphones, it's not bad at all. HS50M speaker on, it goes but it's not fantastic. Say it is a little cold. The speakers of the piano is frankly because you rolled on the cable of your headphones or your sound card is not here yet ...


The touch keyboard is it enjoyable? Is it your use?
Yes the keyboard is very good.

The manual is clear and sufficient?
Yeah quite full. We can not do without if you want to set some stuff elsewhere.

The general configuration is it simple? The selection of MIDI channels, patches is easy?
Yes it is easy to use, takes a decision and fingers. You do not select the midi channels, there is an inlet and an outlet, what to do what dialogue, and voila.


The sounds they suit your style of music? Are they realistic?
The closed headphone, it goes very well. The proximity of his most famous reverb that give a good impression of quality and precision. To train, this is really perfect; it is more than to save, it's not terrible terrible means that even when it's digital. But the headphone, the illusion is perfect, really.

The expression is good?
Yes, we can qualify the game much more than the pedal :)


How long have you use it?
One year.

Have you tried many other models before buying it?
Acoustic pianos. Model and competitor Korg, which is less precise and less responsive strong.

What is the particular feature you like best and least?
To play at night, apartments, loop and not break the c .... es, that's fine.

I was a little disappointed because I expected to be able to work the sound on Ableton, and I was a little disappointed, yeah. After I used real pianos, including an old man who does not sound very fair but has harmonics phew, so clearly, the P-35 seemed to lean side. But this is not a bad purchase. I think you know why you want it, and if it is to save more than happy to work, then there must be a little more expensive.

How would you rate the quality / price?
I think it's not bad for the price. I still when I regain access to my two acoustic pianos. It serves as my controller because the touch is really not bad.

With experience, you do again this choice?
If I should find myself in an apartment, yes. If I have to start the piano cheaply, bluntly, because that is what he is, and I think he would want to continue learning.

Ohayo's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Excellent Q / P"

Yamaha P-35
Keyboard 88-key hammer, with I / O Midi.
Heavy enough to carry.


Used primarily as a master for computer music (symphonic music), but also for bosser my piano keyboard.

After several days of testing have keyboards in this price range, I especially hesitant with its main competitor, the Korg SP-170.

In the end, I chose the Yamaha for a good reason: it has only 1 well - the first of his piano - but it is excellent. We really have a good feeling with this sound. I even sometimes prefer to real pianos (bad granted, located in rooms that sound bad ...). While the Korg had 3 or 4 sounds nice, but none as well as the piano.

I'd rather have one thing very well that means 3 or 4 +.

In addition to its sleek design is very classy.


9 because the piano sound is 10 but other sounds worth between 3 and 6-7 max!

The piano sound is not too slick, not too clean. Means more or less all the noise accompanying the string action. I think it's better than ts bcoup these sounds stereotypical, all clean and no personality, which all look alike.

Attention, against:
- The bass is enhanced / fat compared to a real piano. This does not displease me. They had sampled a Bösendorfer? ...
- The dynamics are stronger than on a real instrument. The "p" we get more "p" and "f" more "f". Bcoup with stronger than a true global dynamics. Again, I think it's great, it brings out the errors, it is good for to work.

For the second point, it may be way to adjust the sensitivity of the keyboard, see the instructions ...


Anyway, I've had 5-6 months and I find it excellent keyboard, and the quality / price bluffing. I'm not tired (I play 1-2 hours a day, for 6 months I'd be bored if the sound impression was that the bluff). Small flat for the pedal where the resonance is not very realistic.
Having a keyboard with a good touch and a piano sound as correct for 400 €, it is really stunning. Like what our time was not all bad!

It is useless to most expensive unless you want qqchose lighter or more good sounds (of rhodes etc. ... sounds EP and other harpsichords here are really rotten, I do not even know why they put them. They'd better put one on and sell € 50 less for me).

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