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Yamaha P95 Digital Piano Updated Model

Yamaha P95
The Yamaha P95 digital piano is a great keyboard with cool features suitable for use at home or on the stage! These include a high-quality built-in stereo speaker system and an Advanced Wave Memory (AWM) stereo sampling which means that it sounds and feels like an acoustic piano. With this feature it is much easier to vary your dynamics when playing

Yamaha P95 Specifications

* 88 keys
* Graded Hammer Standard weighted-action keyboard (more realistic feel)
* 64 polyphony notes
* 10 Voices
* Recording button (1 track only)
* 50 built in piano songs (great for inspiration)
* MIDI- IN/OUT
* 2 headphone sockets
* Reverb
* Dual layers
* Manual Tuning (you can set the pitch)

The unusual thing about the Yamaha P95 is that the bottom of the keyboard is slightly rounded so you need to be careful about the stand you get for it. A standard “X frame” stand won’t be any good so its best to go with a Yamaha stand.

Best Points of Yamaha P95

* For me its the realistic key action. Even the lower keys have a heavier feel to the higher keys which is what you get on a real piano. Also you can modify the sensitivity of the keys are which is ideal if you have children playing the keyboard as they can be very heavy handed sometimes!

* It is very easy to move around in and out of the car. Lightweight design.

* You can easily hook it up to your computer and save your tunes.

* Easy to use and straight forward controls.

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2 Comments on "Yamaha P95 Digital Piano Updated Model"

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  1. Wedding Pianist says:

    Yamaha P95 is the keyboard I use. I had a P60, then a P70 before – I’m glad I waited for the P95 came out rather than getting the P90. It’s lighter and louder, really good feel and sound for me and being able to carry it to gigs is the most important thing for me. Very happy with this keyboard !

    • Kay says:

      Thats interesting that you say it is louder – I’ve not heard that mentioned anywhere else. Thanks for the thumbs up and extra information.

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