replacement of the yamaha psr 260

by Micheal
(Ireland)

What replaced the yamaha psr 260

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Dec 11, 2009
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Step up from PSR 260
by: Alfred

Dear Mike: A quick sweep of the Internet shows the PSR 275 as the successor to the PSR 260. Hope this helps.

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Value of Yamaha PSR-260

How much was a Yamaha PSR-260 worth when new?

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Dec 06, 2010
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PSR-262
by: Anonymous

I paid $180 + Tax for a PSR-262 in 2000.

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Yamaha PSR 260 Keyboard Good Buy?

by Ardis
(Shelton, WA USA)

I just purchased a "like new" PSR 260 keyboard on EBay for $31.00 plus 9.99 shipping.
Was this a good buy?
Are there songbooks available for this keyboard?
Thanking you in advance.

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Dec 06, 2009
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Yamaha PSR 260
by: Dick Rector

Hi Ardis,

You can't go wrong for that money, if it is as new!
This model was released in 2000 and depending how it was treated you did a good buy indeed. Of course there is a difference between a Volkswagen and a BMW
but if you are new to keyboards this is a good starter. Look on this forum for songbooks or search the NET. There are TONS around.

Have fun and good luck with your new toy!
Dick
Bali (Indonesia)

Dec 02, 2010
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nice
by: Anonymous

not bad at all considering a new one is $299

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PSR 260 music holder

Where can I get a music holder that attaches to my PSR 260 keyboard?

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Sheet Music Stand
by: Alfred

Music Stands generally are supplied in two styles, Plastic Panel or Rod. When they are not readily available from manufacturers, you might consider making a simple one yourself from 3/16” diameter Iron or Copper Rod, or have a local workshop custom make one.

Your Keyboard has either two support Slots or two support Holes into which the Stand fits. The 3/16” diameter of this proposed Stand should fit into either type of Keyboard support aperture.

The Rod used should be approximately 29” long, including a 14” Top and two 71/2” Arms. (71/2” from each end of the Rod make bends to form a straight-topped “U”).

About 1” from the Rod ends, bend them backwards about 30 degrees in the same direction. This will eventually produce the incline for the Sheet Music. As an option, a 2” Ledge can be epoxied to the front at the point just above the bends.

Before rushing into “production” visualize, read and clearly understand these instructions. Good luck!

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