What are the main Yamaha pianos on the market today? Let's take a look...
The leading digital pianos manufactured by Yamaha include:
Yamaha pianos are held in high regard by many, and most of them continue to be my favorite. Notice I said most; not all. I have tested the digital pianos above and I'm quite impressed with them, particularly the YDP113, YDP223, P120 and P250.
In my opinion, the YDP113 and YDP223 are perfect for the home and school while the P120 and P250 are my choices for a stage piano. You may have your own views. I believe that the prices of these Yamaha pianos are a strong indicator of their value.
One feature that makes Yamaha pianos like the YDP113 so valuable is the Graded Hammer weighted action. This means that the keyboard emulates the action of a grand piano - keys are heavier in the lower register and lighter in the higher register. (On a grand piano, the hammers get heavier as you move from high notes to low notes.)
If you're looking for a basic and straightforward digital piano, the P60 may be a good choice. As far as I'm concerned, it is mainly for someone who is just starting out on the piano or simply someone who doesn't want to spend too much. You get 88 keys, Graded Hammer action and piano sounds for a relatively small price.
As the higher price suggests, the Yamaha P90 has many more features than the P60. As always, you have to decide whether you're willing to spend more for the extra features.
Depending on your budget, you would choose one of these digital pianos. Yamaha is very well respected in piano circles, so if you are a first time buyer you shouldn't have to worry.
I urge you to go through the various descriptions of these digital pianos and read customer reviews, so that you will be able to make an informed decision. Don't put out that credit card before doing your homework.
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