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Yamaha CP-300 88-Key Stage Piano  

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        A sizzling performance keyboard that has it all.

        The Yamaha CP-300 piano keyboard puts it all together: a weighted-action 88-key bed with graded hammer effect, incredibly well-sampled pianos, 480 XG voices, 12 drum kits, digital effects, and full MIDI implementation including master MIDI control, USB computer connectivity, 128-voice polyphony, a 16-track sequencer, and much more. This Yamaha keyboard is a portable, playable, powerful electronic piano onstage and perfect for the computer-based studio.

        Features

        • 88 keys with graded hammer-effect weighted action
        • 128-note polyphony (max.)
        • 3-layered piano samples with Dynamic Stereo Sampling
        • Samples for key-off, sustain pedal, and string resonance
        • Sustain half-pedaling
        • 50 panel voices
        • 480 XG voices
        • 12 drum kits
        • 4-zone dual and split voice modes with 4 control sliders
        • 16-track sequencer
        • 2 programmable digital effects
        • Slider-controlled 5-band master equalizer
        • 64 performance memories for MIDI master keyboard parameters and settings
        • Pitch bend and modulation wheels
        • Master MIDI control mode
        • Versatile MIDI functions
        • Metronome
        • 48-character LCD display
        • MIDI in/out/thru
        • USB for computer connectivity
        • Built-in 30Wx2 stereo monitor speaker system
        • Headphone jack
        • FC3 foot pedal included
        • Stereo 1/4" outputs
        • Stereo balanced XLR outputs

        Amazing features and playability for its price. Order today.

         
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        YamahaCP-300 88-Key Stage Piano
         
        4.7

        (based on 16 reviews)

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        Rugged Quality

        I'm a jazz woodwind, mainly sax, player who wanted to dig a little deeper into the piano world, and bought this CP300 a little over two years ago. Here are my impressions. ...Read complete review

        I'm a jazz woodwind, mainly sax, player who wanted to dig a little deeper into the piano world, and bought this CP300 a little over two years ago. Here are my impressions. First, I have no use for the built-in speakers. The sound quality from those built-in speakers is very poor. If I had it to do over again I'd buy a piano without any on-board audio. Mostly I use the piano in my room for practice, so I use headphones. If I need to make the instrument audible to others, I have a pair of Roland KC550s I use for that. The keyboard is excellent. The weighted keys are just like whose on a good grand. I can't comment too much on the other controls, as I really don't dig very deeply into the instrument apart from the Grand Piano settings. To me, this is a piano, rather than a source of electronic sounds, though it certainly seems to have a lot of those, and they do come through my Roland amps very nicely. To me, this piano emulates a grand very closely. The only time I'm aware of it being an electronic piano is during a long tone decay, especially with only one or two tones sounding. As the tone decays, it becomes very apparent that it is being electronically generated. I've learned to ignore that.I carry the piano around with me when I have to travel. It is heavy. One man can carry it with difficulty, two men is a better idea. I stick it in the back seat of my SuperCrew. I'd like to have a nice hard case for it, but there doesn't seem to be anything out there to accomodate the particular dimensions of this piano. So, when I take it with me, I just use a large hand truck, then lift it into my vehicle. The build quality is excellent considering this isn't what I would consider a very expensive instrument. I'm accustomed to woodwind instruments that cost many times more! So, to me, this was a bargain price for a piano that is reasonably portable, never needs tuning, can be played with headphones, and sounds and behaves very close to a real acoustic grand. And if I ever need any of the hundreds of other sounds this instrument can make, they'll be at my fingertips.

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        Ok....Thats it!

        Listen, I've played real pianos for a considerable amount of years and am still looking for a piano that comes close to the feel of a piano. No matter how warped your senses...Read complete review

        Listen, I've played real pianos for a considerable amount of years and am still looking for a piano that comes close to the feel of a piano. No matter how warped your senses are, one can tell that this undoubtedly is a keyboard, and a very expensive one at that! The features are too complicated to use as well as the fell was in no way what I thought it would be! THIS KEYBOARD IS NOTHING SHORT OF AVERAGE!

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        5.0

        Very good and easy to use!

        By Blake

        from Columbus indiana

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        Pros

        • Easy to Use
        • Realistic Sound
        • Responsive / Good Action

        Cons

        • Heavy
        • No Music Rest Included

        Best Uses

        • Accompaniment
        • Concerts
        • Electronic Music
        • Learning
        • School Bands
        • Travel

        Comments about Yamaha CP-300 88-Key Stage Piano:

        Very easy to use. Sounds amazing although would have been nice to have had a music rest included.

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        5.0

        Great PIANO

        By imzo2003

        from La Paz, Bolivia

        About Me Experienced

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easy to Use
        • Realistic Sound
        • Responsive / Good Action
        • Touch Sensitive Keys

        Cons

        • Heavy

        Best Uses

        • Accompaniment
        • Chamber Music
        • Concerts

        Comments about Yamaha CP-300 88-Key Stage Piano:

        We just started using the piano, so far so good, we are very happy for investing in such a great music instrument, we have a house of prayer and worship, so we will praise the Lord every day with this piano. Thank you Jesus.

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        (6 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        P250 now I own the CP-300

        By Badrock Canyon band

        from Bigfork, Montana

        Comments about Yamaha CP-300 88-Key Stage Piano:

        I have to say this is the highest quality stage piano money can buy, and you will have to cough plenty of it. The piano samples are the best, the rest are identical to the P250, middle of the road. You will not find a heavier piano to transport and don't even consider doing so without a professional road case. I use a 2 tier Ultimate Keyboard stand that I have beefed up, the stageworks and others simply wabble when you get into a good groove. Love the on-board speakers for practicing alone, useless in a band, even as monitors. The sliders for EQing and mixing parts are nice, but the only improvement over the P250 If you have not owned a top line Yamaha Stage piano, you will love this one. If you have owned a P200 or P250, save your money until Yamaha decides to give us all something more worth the 3 grand to upgrade to a new Stage piano. Korg, Roland, Kerzweill, and Moog are suffering from the same customer complaints, WHERES THE BEEF? Believe it or not, the only company investing in customer satisfaction is Casio, and also Nord.

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        (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Amazing

        By CE

        from Ohio

        Comments about Yamaha CP-300 88-Key Stage Piano:

        This piano is simply amazing. I love the warm pad on... and the actual piano sounds are great. You can make many different sounds. I normally like layering piano 1 and 2... i like the full classical sound. But, overall this piano is amazing.

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        (4 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

         
        3.0

        Ok....Thats it!

        By Anonymous

        from Undisclosed

        Comments about Yamaha CP-300 88-Key Stage Piano:

        Listen, I've played real pianos for a considerable amount of years and am still looking for a piano that comes close to the feel of a piano. No matter how warped your senses are, one can tell that this undoubtedly is a keyboard, and a very expensive one at that! The features are too complicated to use as well as the fell was in no way what I thought it would be! THIS KEYBOARD IS NOTHING SHORT OF AVERAGE!

        Comment on this review

        (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        Rugged Quality

        By Patrick-ACPt4

        from Albuquerque

        Comments about Yamaha CP-300 88-Key Stage Piano:

        I'm a jazz woodwind, mainly sax, player who wanted to dig a little deeper into the piano world, and bought this CP300 a little over two years ago. Here are my impressions. First, I have no use for the built-in speakers. The sound quality from those built-in speakers is very poor. If I had it to do over again I'd buy a piano without any on-board audio. Mostly I use the piano in my room for practice, so I use headphones. If I need to make the instrument audible to others, I have a pair of Roland KC550s I use for that. The keyboard is excellent. The weighted keys are just like whose on a good grand. I can't comment too much on the other controls, as I really don't dig very deeply into the instrument apart from the Grand Piano settings. To me, this is a piano, rather than a source of electronic sounds, though it certainly seems to have a lot of those, and they do come through my Roland amps very nicely. To me, this piano emulates a grand very closely. The only time I'm aware of it being an electronic piano is during a long tone decay, especially with only one or two tones sounding. As the tone decays, it becomes very apparent that it is being electronically generated. I've learned to ignore that.I carry the piano around with me when I have to travel. It is heavy. One man can carry it with difficulty, two men is a better idea. I stick it in the back seat of my SuperCrew. I'd like to have a nice hard case for it, but there doesn't seem to be anything out there to accomodate the particular dimensions of this piano. So, when I take it with me, I just use a large hand truck, then lift it into my vehicle. The build quality is excellent considering this isn't what I would consider a very expensive instrument. I'm accustomed to woodwind instruments that cost many times more! So, to me, this was a bargain price for a piano that is reasonably portable, never needs tuning, can be played with headphones, and sounds and behaves very close to a real acoustic grand. And if I ever need any of the hundreds of other sounds this instrument can make, they'll be at my fingertips.

        Comment on this review

        (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Piano for Country Players

        By kmckenz

        from Dade City, Florida

        Comments about Yamaha CP-300 88-Key Stage Piano:

        This piano gives me the sweetest and most pleasant sound for the traditional country music that I play and prefer. Recording quality is superb and in live performances people rave about the tone of my CP. From George Jones to Patsy Cline, Ronnie Milsap to Jerry Lee this piano delivers! Don't waste your time trying to play solid left hand country piano chops with anything else. I had the P250 from the moment it hit the floor, but decided to update with the CP.

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        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Best feel on the market

        By JamMan-JYk2_

        from Willow Springs, NC

        Comments about Yamaha CP-300 88-Key Stage Piano:

        I will try and keep this simple. I've owned the keyboard for about 2 years now. I couldn't be more happier. I have owned lots of pro keyboards but none that feels as good as this one. The weighted keys on this thing is the best. It's as close as it comes to the real thing. The sound coming out of this thing is very 3D. Full and spacious. I MIDI in my Yamaha ES7. I sold my Yamaha ES8 weighted 88 key after getting the CP300 and have never regreted it. Very simple - get on with playing piano. If you are used to playing a acoustic piano and want to go electric then this is the one for you.

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        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Awe inspiring

        By yankeelaw2001

        from Dallas, TX

        Comments about Yamaha CP-300 88-Key Stage Piano:

        Many years ago I had the p-150. At the time it had ground breaking 32 notes of polyphony. I recently bought the cp-300, took it home and played with my jaw dropped for about 3 hours. The piano sounds are amazing. The high registered notes sound exactly like a real piano would. I am a big Rhodes fan with some flange and temelo. When I played that setting I was shot back into the late 70's early 80's era when I grew up playing the classics. The good and bad of the thing is that it's well constructed but it's also a beast. Once I start doing gigs again I may have to have my own roadie. Lugging around 105lbs isn't my idea of fun...but for home use and production this is the Holy Grail.

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        5.0

        The Perfect Piano

        Comments about Yamaha CP-300 88-Key Stage Piano:

        Absolutely thrilled with this purchase ! I always wanted to have a piano in the house, but without the bulk, expense, and hassle of owning an acoustic piano. I also wanted a good quality sounding piano / controller for recording in my home studio. The CP300 is without question the perfect answer. The Grand Piano sound on the CP300 is as good as any I've heard on any workstation, keyboard, or even acoustic piano. Yamaha has also included several other quite useable pianos, as well as a really nice variety of digital pianos, organs, and strings to round out the presets. (You certainly won't get that with an acoustic piano) They've also included high quality stereo XLR outs, which makes it perfect for recording. It never needs tuning, I can play with headphones when the baby is asleep, it costs a LOT less than most acoustic pianos and takes up a LOT less space. It's a little too heavy and bulky for me to think of using it as a "STAGE PIANO" (unless you have a tour bus and your own roadie), but overall an exceptional product.

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