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Yamaha P user reviews

  • Yamaha P-90

    Yamaha P-90 - "Very nice"

    06/12/12

    81 key...Midi in and out...Footswitch compatable and pedal compatable too... There are not many sounds but that's the idea...This is a piano, no a synth...It's built well and feels like the real thing down to the proper weighted keys... UTILIZATI…

  • Yamaha P-120

    Yamaha P-120 - "Nice product, in terms of feel and touch"

    04/28/12

    88-key practice piano to move on to the real thing! Midi In Out Audio RCA & Jack OUT Sustain pedal connector Double headphones output Sounds can be edited in terms of effects, chorus, reverb...Bu that's not what this type of product is for, the …

  • Yamaha P-120

    Yamaha P-120 - "Reliable gear"

    03/06/12

    Fairly comprehensive connections, possibility to deactivate the speakers with the switch on the side. The pedal included is of good quality (compared to others that go click clack). UTILIZATION You need to have the manual close at hand during setup…

  • Yamaha P-80

    Yamaha P-80 - "a fine choice"

    02/23/12

    The Yamaha P80 is a full size electric piano with 88 weighted keys. It is easy enough to transport if you wanted to, and is big enough to provide you with the full flavor of a real piano without actually having one. It’s got all sorts of different so…

  • Yamaha P-120

    Yamaha P-120 - "Great digital piano!"

    10/30/11

    Regular piano sounds, plus some "additional" sounds (guitar, bass, etc.) There are 14 sounds in total, each with 2 variations. You can split and layer the sounds. It can be connected via MIDI. For audio it has TRS, headphone and RCA outputs. In sh…

  • Yamaha P-120

    Yamaha P-120 - "Very good digital piano"

    10/25/11

    This portable digital piano is a very good instrument, comprehensive, versatile and rather compact. Each sound has variations, you can split the keyboard, the effects are simple but effective enough. UTILIZATION An 88-key Yamaha piano is no surpris…

  • Yamaha P-95

    Yamaha P-95 - "A home piano. Nothing less. Nothing more."

    07/06/11

    The P95 is a fine digital piano; it may not be as entirely full-featured as its peers, the Casio Privia PX-330 and the Korg SP250, but I believe its piano sound does indeed surpass either of the other two's. Unfortunately for the poor P95, Yamaha has…

  • Yamaha P-155

    Yamaha P-155 - Kierkes's review

    07/06/11

    The Yamaha P-155 was the piano I wanted. I spent so much time in a local music store banging away on this piano in awe, especially since it didn't cost so terribly much. I couldn't afford it at the time, so I got a Casio Privia PX-330. (See my review…

  • Yamaha P-60

    Yamaha P-60 - " great but hard to carry"

    10/05/10

    one input jack one pedal input midi output 88 keys (a bit too heavy) 2 piano sounds, 2 electric pianos, harpsichord, vibraphone 35 lb (16 kg) transpose UTILIZATION perfect, it suits everybody the p60 has a very heavy feel to it, fans of pian…

  • Yamaha P-120

    Yamaha P-120 - moosers's review

    07/11/10

    The Yamaha P120 is a full size electric piano with 88 weighted keys. It is easy enough to transport if you wanted to, and is big enough to provide you with the full flavor of a real piano without actually having one. It’s got all sorts of different…