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Simple on the surface yet very intriguing. I am very happy with my purchase. This is my first electric piano with 88 keys. the weight of the keys feel wonderful though I am hardly an expert. I am not sure what to say except I am beginning a new adventure.
The Sound Quality of the Yahmaha P45 is excellent for Jazz , Classical , and Rhythm and Blues Songs . The Weighted Keys and Tones and Pitches have the Quality of an Upright Piano and It is easy to transport to Gigs and the Recording Studio . A Great Purchase for the serious Musician .
The piano has a great and beautiful sound and I absolutely love it. What is also great about the piano is the speakers are under the piano for protection just in case someone close by spills liquid. Buy it! You won't regret it!
Hi, piano is good, has nice keys and features. Just wish it came with some pc software. Would highly recommend.
I've had this for over a week now and absolutely love it and I'm more than satisfied. This is my second Yamaha Digital keyboard and it's an upgrade from my old 61 key that still works great.
This Yamaha piano keyboard feels and sounds like a piano. The previous electronic keyboard I had only worked for a few weeks before one of the main keys stopped working. Then recently another key stopped working. Yamaha is a good brand so I thought I would spend the extra money to buy quality..
You can spend a lot more on a digital piano. However, this affordably priced Yamaha gives you the feel and sound of a real piano. The weighted keys respond to pressure as well. This totally exceeded my expectations.I highly recommend this.
This perfectly meets my needs. It fits into a small house, but plays like a piano with weighted keys. I like that I can practice with headphones when noise is a concern.
To be used in college dorm. Unit has good feel and is more portable than our other digital piano. allows use of some existing peripherals. Multiple voices and some extra features are nice to have. Full size but not made for heavy stand.
The Yamaha P45 88 keyboard as compared to weighted keyboards I have played feels, sounds and plays very much like an acoustic piano. It's very user friendly. Selecting tones and other features are easy. It's considerably light weight to be an 88 key keyboard.
- Number of keys: 88 Key
- Action: Graded hammer standard (GHS)
- Key size: Full
- Touch Sensitivity: Hard/medium/soft/fixed
- Key Type: Piano-style
- Number of voices: 10
- Polyphony (max): 64-note
- Layers: Yes
- Split: Yes
- AUX input: No
- MIDI Connectivity: MIDI over USB
- Line output: Yes
- Line input: No
- USB Connectivity: Yes
- Headphone jacks: 1
- Pedal inputs: 1 (sustain)
- Storage type: Not applicable
- Expandability available: No
- Onboard Features
- Recording/Playback Not applicable
- Accompaniment styles: Not applicable
- Preset songs: Not applicable
- Display: None
- Effects: Yes
- Built-in speakers: Yes
- Pitch bend/Modulation: Not applicable
- Other controls: Not applicable
- Reverb: Yes
- Chorus: No
- Delay: No
- Equalizer: No
- Arpeggio: No
- Other: No
- Width: 52.25" (1,326mm)
- Height: 6.0" (154mm)
- Depth: 11.5" (295mm)
- Weight: 25 lb.
- Power adapter: Included
- Batteries: Not applicable
- Stand, bench and pedal available, but sold separately