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Yamaha P155 Review

For those of you who have been wishing for a Clavinova CLP300 series piano in a portable and light package, the Yamaha P155 is your answer. It's the newest model in Yamaha's Contemporary Digital Piano series and features a new 4-level stereo sampled piano with key-on/key-off samples and 128 notes of polyphony.

The P155 pushes the envelope in portable digital piano technology even further. How? Well, how does 4-levels of CFIIIS stereo piano samples with key-on/key-off samples and 128 notes of polyphony under the hood sound? These are the same features found in the new Clavinova CLP340 and CLP370 digital pianos. And, of course, the Yamaha P155 has the Graded Hammer Effect keyboard touch for the most realistic feel possible. All of these great features come in a package that weigh in at a mere 37lbs. (18.6kg)—that's 115lbs. (52.2kg) lighter than the CLP340. Read more...

Yamaha YPG-635 Review

If you read our October 2007 review of the YPG-625 / DGX-620, you'd know how much we love this digital piano. So when we heard that Yamaha stepped it up with the YPG-635 / DGX-630, we dropped everything to discover what this new model has to offer.

At first glance, the YPG-635 / DGX-630 looks just like the Yamaha YPG-625 / DGX-620. A closer look, however, reveals quite a few changes. The biggest change to the Yamaha YPG-635 / DGX-630 is definitely the big jump in polyphony—from 32 to 64 notes of polyphony. Read more...

Yamaha YDP-140 Review

The Yamaha YDP 140 is one of Yamaha's newest entry level digital piano in their Arius/YDP lineup. The YDP 140 comes with a full size 88 weighted Graded Hammer Standard keyboard, 64 notes of polyphony, and a built-in recording feature at a very affordable price. Read more...

Clavinova CLP-330 Review

Yamaha's new P85 digital piano is the next chapter after the P70. With its beautiful grand piano sounds, 64 notes of polyphony, new recording capabilities, and new front panel, the P85 is one very capable and portable digital piano. Read more...

Yamaha YPG225 Review

If you're like us and love the YPG625/525 but you're on a really tight budget (or you're a starving musician), Yamaha now has the perfect answer for us—the Yamaha YPG225. The Yamaha YPG225 (aka Yamaha DGX220) is the. Read more...

Yamaha CP33 Review

The year was 1976 and the Yamaha CP30 Stage Piano was born. Artists such as Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock were performing their legendary music forever engraining the CP sound into the minds of millions. Since then, Yamaha introduced several more models until ultimately retiring the CP series in 1982. Now, over. Read more...

Yamaha YPG625 Review

Once in a blue moon, a digital piano comes along that shocks everyone with its sounds, features, and price, and, wins Product of the Year and Keyboard of the Year from Music and Sound Retailer at NAMM. It's no surprise then that the Yamaha dealers are selling them about as fast as they are receiving them. At Yamaha Musician, we went to our local Yamaha dealer to check out what the entire buzz is about. Read more...

Yamaha YDP223 Digital Piano Review

Today, we rolled up our sleeves and explored the Yamaha YDP223 digital piano. It isn't America's best-selling digital console piano by accident. From its high quality voices, 64 notes of polyphony, 88-key graded hammer technology, to its. Read more...

Yamaha P70 Review

When we sat down to review the P70 Yamaha digital piano, we were surprised by the very natural keyboard feel. Yamaha calls this their Graded Hammer Technology (GH). In a nutshell, like a real piano, the weight of the keys on the bass side is heavier than on the treble side. The result? A fantastic feeling digital piano that articulates the nuances of your playing dynamics while building confidence. Read more...

Yamaha P140 Review

The Yamaha P140 is Yamaha's answer to a great feeling and sounding digital piano at an affordable price. However, the Yamaha P140 isn't just a piano—it has electric pianos, organs, an on-board sequencer to record your music, reverb, and an effects processor too. Read more...

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