Yamaha YDP-144 Review

The 2016 release of the Yamaha YDP-143. Three years ago, in January 2019, we lastly see an upgraded version of Yamaha. The 143 is replaced by the YDP-144. Unfortunately, it hasn’t altered much. They are identical with each other in many things. With this fresh Yamaha model, I’m frankly quite disappointed. In this overview of Yamaha YDP-144, I’ll demonstrate you all aspects of this latest Yamaha digital piano. More importantly, I would like to show the distinction between the new YDP-144 and the YDP-143, 3 years old.

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Korg B1SP Review

The Dance Music mode and the classroom mode are two other characteristics that are special to this system (and that we really liked). Casio did a really nice job of creating this keyboard even for a beginner fully playable. Altogether, this piano is a learning tool and an entertainment hub all in one. We recommend this to any budding musician looking for a fun piano buddy they can create good music with on the go. For some time now, the Korg B1 digital piano has been around. It’s one of…

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Casio CTK-2550 Review

The Casio CTK-2550 is a great workstation for music manufacturers who enjoy having fun. Casio carries almost all the music you need to create on the go. And while you’re doing it, have fun. There are few workstations like this and we’re getting to know everything about this guy today. We know it can be a very difficult undertaking to make music. But you can break your work a little with the correct instruments. Well, these instruments are also quite costly most of the time. And most of them need…

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Casio PX-770 review

The Casio PX-770 mixes a digital piano’s slender, updated layout with the sound and feel of a real grand piano. Its elegant, furniture-style cabinet features a sliding keyboard cover, a music stand and three built-in pedals (damper, smooth and sostenuto) just like a true piano. Coupled with its comparatively small price tag, the PX-770 offers a low-cost piano play experience that is perfect for comparative beginners interested in purchasing a digital piano that is more than functional and one with which they can certainly develop.

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Yamaha DGX-650 Review

The DGX-660 is the top portable keyboard for Yamaha. The DGX-660 is dubbed a “Portable Grand” and offers a complete 88-key keyboard with high-quality grand piano sounds as well as a range of other educational, efficiency and enjoyable characteristics. In this review of Yamaha DGX-660, I will focus on the physical characteristics and links of the keyboard, how the keys feel from the point of perspective of a professional pianist, the quality and efficiency of his instrument library, and how to navigate and use its many characteristics.

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Casio PX-760 Review

Casio is one of the world’s leading products, known for its high-quality and creative features in producing some of the best digital pianos of performance. With their outstanding piano audio quality and execution characteristics, Casio’s Privia digital pianos (models such as PX 860, PX 750, PX 760, PX 780, PX 160, PX 150, etc.) have redefined the digital piano range, displayed in a compact, streamlined and stylish design that is also supremely affordable.

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Yamaha DGX650WH Review

Looking for a review of Yamaha DGX 650? You’re in the right spot. So let’s begin with the initiation. The significance of a well-crafted, fully tuned instrument is well known to concert pianists. They also know the price of such an instrument. This price can be hundreds of thousands of bucks higher, which brings such a tool out of reach for those at home searching to fine-tune their craft. That’s where Yamaha gets in; they offer the value of the concert piano (without the cost of the concert piano) with their…

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Yamaha P-125 Review

The digital pianos were redefined with Yamaha P125. There are many characteristics that have substituted P-125 with P-115. This piano’s design is small, making it extremely easy for pianists to bring it around. The design is incredibly user-friendly, as well as being compact and portable. To sum up, this piano is one of Yamaha’s finest digital portable pianos so far. Wherever you go, P-125 is always prepared to help and support you offer your crowd with a jaw-dropping performance. Yamaha’s easy piano model exceeds the performance of all older digital…

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Casio PX-870 Review

After replacing the PX-860, the Casio PX-870 has become the flagship piano in the Privia PX collection of Casio. We look forward to reviewing this piano with you and helping you see this tool as it is, i.e. its nice and bad sides. If you still share the feeling that Casio is making toy keyboards, then you’re likely not up-to-date with the brand Casio. Some quite exciting and compelling designs have been published by the brand and the PX-870 is just one of many. Not all keyboards are for all…

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