This new model replaces the P85 and is designed for pianists just starting out and for experienced players who want a lightweight, portable instrument with a small footprint that can be used with headphones.
The P95 features dedicated Voice buttons on the front panel, an optional matching-finish stand and a pedal frame with 3 piano-style pedals. It also includes four types of reverb, a chorus effect, MIDI connectivity and 50 built-in songs of standard piano repertoire – either for educational purposes, or simply for listening enjoyment.
Pricing & Availability
The P95B in black and the P95S in silver (MSRP: $899) are expected to ship in June 2010.
Check out www.yamaha.com for more info.
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