Yamaha P-35
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Yamaha P-35

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

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Average Score:4.0( 4/5 based on 4 reviews )
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Value For Money : Excellent
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sw8001/29/2013

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.

UTILIZATION

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.

SOUNDS

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.

OVERALL OPINION

I am very happy with my purchase of the P35 and I look forward to keeping it for a while.
damiendhiers07/12/2014

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 ...

UTILIZATION

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 ...

SOUNDS

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".

OVERALL OPINION

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.