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Yamaha DGX300 Portable Grand
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Amazingly realistic acoustic piano tone with one-button access. 76 piano-size, box-style, touch-sensitive keys provide a comfortable feel for express...Click To Read More About This Product
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Amazingly realistic acoustic piano tone with one-button access. 76 piano-size, box-style, touch-sensitive keys provide a comfortable feel for expressive playing. A 3.5" floppy disk drive reads and writes standard MIDI files, Disc Orchestra Collection, and Yamaha-style files. Writes your own songs in SMFO format. Interactive Yamaha Education Suite II with grading function and 100 built-in songs. 619 instrument voices including stereo-sampled piano sounds. 135 accompaniment styles. 8MB ROM. Onboard song sequencer records up to 5 songs with 6 tracks each. General MIDI provides computer connectivity. 32-note polyphony. 12 drum kits for creating rhythm tracks. Stereo 2-way speakers with bass ports create dynamic sound. Headphone jack for private practice. Operates on 6 D batteries or optional PA5D AC adapter.
- 76 piano-sized, box-style, touch-sensitive keys for expressive playing
- 3.5" floppy disk drive reads and writes standard MIDI file, Disc Orchestra Collection, and Yamaha-style files
- Record your own songs in SMFO format
- Interactive Yamaha Education Suite II
- Grading function evaluates playing and provides feedback
- Chord dictionary function
- 100 built-in songs to learn using Education Suite
- Music database provides setups for over 200 songs
- 619 realistic instrument voices (128 GM and 482 expanded)
- 135 accompaniment styles
- 8MB of ROM adds realism to voices
- Stereo-sampled piano sound
- Multi-fingering auto accompaniment recognizes single-finger or full chords
- Onboard song sequencer records up to 5 songs with 6 tracks each
- General MIDI provides computer connectivity
- 32-note polyphony
- Stereo 2-way speakers with bass ports create dynamic sound
- 12 drum kits for creating percussion tracks
- Built-in music rest
- Headphone jack
Reviewed by 13 customers
I'm a professional pianist who uses this for community and semi-professional performances due to portabilty/quality sound. Don't need beginner features- but use style & MBS when doing solo work.
Did my homework before buying. Wanted the most bang for my buck and this Yamaha keyboard was it! I didn't get the 88 key cuz I really didn't need it. Great item for any age and musical experience; for the beginner and the skilled.
I love this keyboard. It's great to start out with, especially since I am only 16. It was highly affordable for me with all of those features. I would recommend it to anyone around my age, younger or older who is looking for an inexpensive keyboard with plenty of features and qualities.
Amazing Live Grand Piano Sound, including the other voices are mind blowing, the keys feel great, i think overall this is the best keyboard i ever owned, i recommend to any one, and the price is unmatchable to any keyboard out there.
The piano is a great starter or pro. Great for MIDI discs too.
I purchased this keyboard to learn how to play the piano. I didn't want a rinkie-dink sound so I spent a little money. Boy was I SURPRISED, this thing sounds GREAT and it has so many features I can't name them all. I am very pleased with it, and I've even learned to play a little. It makes me sound pretty good.
First of all, I am not a professional musician. I do own a Hammond and an older Synthesizer as well as a few other keyboards. I was wanting to upgrade to a Korg LE but the price was holding me back. While in music store one day I saw the DXG300 and had a play on it. To my surprise, it did everything the big boys do, but at a much lower price. Well true, you don't get 16 tracks or 64 megs of memory, but for a simple keyboard with loads of built-in sounds, and built-in speakers, it is awesome. Now this may not be the keyboard you want to take to your gigs, but I bet if you did, no one would be able to tell it was so inexpensive. I use the built-in speakers to practice and hook it to my amp for jams, the Grand Piano is realistic, the Yamaha XG sounds are great. The drawbar organ isn't exact, but it is still very good. Want to have 16 tracks and all that, there is a midi hook up for that. I know a person in a band and they use a laptop hooked up to the keyboard for their gigs, they gave me the idea. Now my computer handles the extra tracks. All in all, for me, this thing has all the value of the Korg LE, but at 1/3 the price.
just recently purchased this board a great boardbut a little over rated for its price range.expected more for the price. just because it's a yamaha !!! You can always a quality sound wiyh Yamaha!
I like the grand piano, EP & organs sounds, nice drums & DJ sets. XG lite collection is not so cool.
I purchased it to have a travelling practice piano keyboard. the keys have a very good piano feel and the overall features are also very good. My only complaint is that I think it's outrageous that Yamaha does not include an a.c. adaptor with an item of this caliber and price.