Yamaha launches the Arius YDP-C71PE Console Digital Piano at Winter NAMM 2012.
The YDP-C71PE's sound and Graded Hammer (GH) action makes it suited as a practice piano while also built to handle heavier use at institutions.
The Yamaha Arius YDP-C71PE provides piano touch and tone in a Polished Ebony cabinet. The damper pedal features a half-damper effect, which provides different levels of sustain. A two-track song recorder captures musical ideas and is also suited for practicing—using one hand at a time or both—with the built-in recordings of selections from the standard piano repertoire. Dual headphone jacks allow two people to sit at the instrument and play, practice or teach in privacy.
The Arius YDP-C71PE is slated for shipping in February 2012.
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