Publié le 03/08/08 à 04:19
Sleek look - five octaves (61 keys) - connection noon sustain pedal, AC adapter, headphone jack and - 9 styles of reverb integrated disconnectable (cool) - 134 sounds different (types of instruments in all genres available in several sound each, unnecessary noise and gadgets (cat, dog, cow, diverse and varied cries ... it explodes, it explodes ...) - built-in metronome with adjustable speed - four drum kits - 100 accompaniment styles the country to jazz, to rock, latin, disco, etc ... intuitive search and automatic chord - ability to separate work right hand / left hand through the system 'learn and play' on the basis of 102 pieces pre-recorded (a bit of everything and anything: excerpts from opera and classical, traditional, etc ...) - the 'portable grand that reproduces the sound of a grand piano through a stage simple touch (very good, great idea! big plus, and true piano sound, not cheap, that sounds not cardboard, despite the very affordable rate: + / - 100 Euro, via Thomann).
nothing is edited or recorded on the synth itself, only via another connection (entry level Yamaha). régalges simple and intuitive, good instructions.
I wanted a small electronic piano to cheap to have fun at home, to play for me, unpretentious, with a minimum of instrument sounds for a pleasant change, and I remember my distant piano lessons, boy . I'm not disappointed, it's like riding a bike, it comes quickly, with a little work, and the range of sounds is good enough.
I highly recommend for those who like me, trying to get started and do it again without taking the head, and without ambition, with the guarantee of the brand image and quality of finish of the manufacturer.