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Keyboard Arranger from Yamaha belonging to the Piaggero series

Yamaha Keyboard Division will introduce the Piaggero Series of digital pianos, the NP-V60 and NP-V80, at Summer NAMM.

Combining the term piano and leggero, Italian for “light, ” these new 76-key portable keyboards emphasize portability, interactive features and piano Voice quality, Yamaha says.

Featuring the Graded Soft Touch keyboard action, the NP-V60 and NP-V80 feature the USB-TO-HOST port which connects directly to any MAC or PC for musical applications. Both models weigh under 16 pounds, include 361 XGlite instrument Voices and feature 30 internal songs for use with the Performance Assistant function and lessons.

The NP-V80 features an Intelligent Arpeggiator, which tailors keyboard grooves to the sound of the player’s choice. Select a Voice and play a chord – the arpeggiator does the rest. The NP-V80 also comes with USB-TO-DEVICE port for saving and loading song content, an enhanced speaker system and a footswitch/sustain pedal.

Pricing & Availability
The NP-V60 and NP-V80 (MSRP: $499.00 and $599.00 respectively) are expected to ship in Summer 2010.

For more information on the Piaggero Series, visit www.yamaha.com/keyboards or www.yamaha.com/digitalpianos.
  • glambelin 1 post
    glambelin
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    Posted on 06/26/2010 at 01:14:53
    I think it's a really nice instrument to start piano just because of the musical support (backing groove, chords played,...) I have a cheap version Of that product(different brand) and it's very helpful to learn!!!!!
  • prithvirao17 2 posts
    prithvirao17
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    Posted on 08/10/2010 at 14:26:34

    This has to be one of the best mucial instruements I've ever used. If the microphonics are adjusted a bit, Everything is perfect.

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