Yamaha YDP-103 Review

The Yamaha YDP-103 is one of the most economical console keyboards available in the market nowadays. It can be considered as Yamaha’s humblest console piano. You don’t hear as much talking about it as about its higher versions: the YDP-143 and the YDP-163. However, that doesn’t mean it lacks good features and advantages. Ok, the YDP-103 is a really basic model lacking interesting functions that could compete with those advanced models. Actually, it looks like the brand took a shortcut and made a console version of the P-45 by giving…

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Yamaha YDP-184 Review

Yamaha YDP-184 Review: Elegance and Efficiency Yamaha has launched now a new virtuous instrument which is rich in functions, has an incredibly delighting sound, and is composed of the best material you have ever seen in the music industry. This masterpiece is supported by today’s most virtuoso and prestigious musicians worldwide. This Yamaha Arius YDP-184 review will tell you all you have to know in order to truly value this attractive and functional instrument. If you’re looking for the very best keyboard, you’ll be interested in knowing that the Yamaha…

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Yamaha P-121 Review

There are people who want the features of a top end keyboard in a compact size. If you are one of them, you might be interested in the Yamaha P-121. Usually, if I tell you about a keyboard, what comes to your mind is an instrument with less than 88 keys. The Yamaha NP-12, for instance, has 61 keys. Its superior, the Yamaha NP-32, increase the number to 76 keys. Now Yamaha has launched the P-121, a product that continues the P-line of keyboards and has smaller dimensions and a…

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20 Best Yamaha Digital Piano Reviews

Yamaha is a highly recognized internationally recognized brand in the music industry. Its products are of reference to the competition, and no other brand has reached such a high level of prestige. Yamaha’s strong point is its electronic pianos that have a highly realistic touch sensitivity, very similar to classical acoustic pianos, with a realistic and unmatched sound and modern digital and interface features that fascinate the Users. However, every day there seem to be more brands and manufacturers of musical instruments on the market, and this makes competition in…

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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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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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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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Yamaha DGX-660 Review

This is a premium portable model. Also known as “Portable Grand”, the DGX comes with 88 keys and a great quality piano sound, along with a lot of functions for learning, playing and entertaining. In this review, I will concentrate on the physical aspects and connectivity, how does an experienced player feel the touch of the keys, the sounding and richness of its instrument voices, and the operability and function of its several features.

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Yamaha PSR-E263 Review

Yamaha PSR E263: 7 reasons why you should buy this keyboard to learn to play piano in 2019 Nice things: 400 clear and fresh voices 9-step lesson system Recording feature Duo mode that turns one piano into two Compact layout Not so nice things: Doesn’t come with power cord. Summary: This electric piano is a great option for starter and intermediate players. But it’s the Duo Mode what makes the difference by turning a single piano into a dual learning machine.

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