Yamaha Tyros 4
Yamaha Tyros 4

Tyros 4, Keyboard Arranger from Yamaha in the Tyros series.

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mrjason 11/01/2012

Yamaha Tyros 4 : mrjason's user review

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The Tyros 4 is a 61 key synths with MIDI in and out. It has a nice sized on device display screen that is pretty bright and in full color. It does have a 128 notes polyphony and it weighs about 40 pounds or so. Setting it up is simple, I have been using the Tyros for 4years (Tyros 1). Now that the Tyros 4 is out I have been using it for about a year and half. They have made some major improvements to the Tyros 4 that the Tyros 1, 2, or 3 did not offer. The voice on the Tyros 4 is the most improved aspect of it though.


Setting up the Tyros 4 was simple, when I ordered it came in a bundle with a keyboard stand and a bench. All of that came for the same price as the Tyros 4 was brand new when I ordered it online. The price of the Tyros 4 is very expensive but you are getting some really good sounds with it. The keys feel great and have a nice weight to them.


It does come with a manual, but the manual is not well written. If you didn’t come from using a previous version of the Tyros then you will not know any of the basic functions of the Tyros 4 so you will need to open up the manual. The manual could throw you for a loop because it is not explained to good and it is rather short for it to explain all of the functions of the Tyros 4.
The Tyros 4 is a must have it you can afford to purchase it. Some of my favorite sounds are the horns and strings. The drums were not appealing to me though, and I have never used them in any of my music because they don’t feel or sound real to me.