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  • Yamaha ps 55

    Yamaha ps 55 - "To complement my tech sheet entry"


    Pardon my typos. Please see my tech sheet entry. 1973 sounds right. This is a very powerful keyboard, designed to run on two Roland Cube amps.YOU MUST NOT Y THE TWO CHANNELS TOGETHER. It is true stereo and instruments are weighted according to onstag…

  • Yamaha GENOS

    Yamaha GENOS - "Genos, the magnificent" has images


    I’ve been the happy owner of this keyboard for a little over a month now. The Genos is now the core of my studio, I write music for events (e.g. soundtracks) as well as for my own pleasure in an Electro/Chill genre. I quit my previous "100% in-the-b…

  • Yamaha PSS-170

    Yamaha PSS-170 - "Great sound in a toy keyboard"


    This keyboard is definitely for a beginner player, yet it has some great features compared to other PSS keyboards. It is polyphonic up to 8keys, which is all dependent on which sounds and effects are used. Some of the organ sounds can be used to up t…

  • Yamaha PSS-795

    Yamaha PSS-795 - "buy"


    какова цена на ваш синтезатор? в каком он состоянии? работает нормально? клавиши целые? кнопки не повредились? как будет с доставкой? откуда вы? напишите мне на почту parsifal81@list.ru what is the price of your synthesizer ? in which he is ab…

  • Yamaha DGX-205

    Yamaha DGX-205 - "User-friendly fun"


    The DGX-205 is a keyboard that I call "user-friendly fun", because it's VERY easy to use (you don't even need the manual to start using it) and VERY fun to play. I got one of those as an "emergency solution". In the end of 2004, my old Technics keyb…

  • Yamaha PSR-S650

    Yamaha PSR-S650 - "Nice and versatile keyboard"


    This is a keyboard that can be described as an "all-in-one". If you're still studying music or if you're a music teacher, it's a good learning tool. If you're a composer, it has lots of features that help you on the composing process. If you're a ban…

  • Yamaha PSR-510

    Yamaha PSR-510 - "A great nostalgy-bringing arranger keyboard..."


    The PSR-510 is a keyboard that I got in mid-90's, I think as a birthday gift. There were LOTS of buttons on its panel (!!!) but although it looked difficult for me (I was a preteen at the time), I could learn how to use it real fast. The user manual …

  • Yamaha DGX-305

    Yamaha DGX-305 - "If you like both pianos and arrangers..."


    ... but don't have enough budget for a top keyboard that fits your needs, this one is your piece of cake. It's very easy to use - you don't even need the user manual to use it. The Live! Grand Piano patch is very nice - I actually think it's good eno…

  • Yamaha PSR-S950

    Yamaha PSR-S950 - "Yamaha keeps on disappointing its customers...."


    I have just tried S950 at one of my friend's house, he just bought it new. It sounds way worst than s750, let alone any korg arranger. Even korg's pa500 will blow it out of water. I dont understand, after psr 3000, yamaha kept on declining-stage in …

  • Yamaha NP-30

    Yamaha NP-30 - "Playable"


    I bought this piano as a means to find out whether I liked piano playing. That meant it had to have a bare minimum of sound and feel resemblance of a real piano. Sound has to inspire, touch has to give you the ability to express yourself. As for so…