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Yamaha P-115 Digital Piano with L-85 Stand
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The SoundThe Pure CF Sound Engine comes from years of piano-making experience combined with expertise in sampling technology. Yamaha is an industry l...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Pure CF Sound Engine comes from years of piano-making experience combined with expertise in sampling technology. Yamaha is an industry leader in digital piano technology. The P-115 includes a faithfully reproduced sampling of Yamaha's renowned CFIIIS 9' concert grand piano, allowing for incredible dynamics and expressiveness.
Yamaha's GHS (Graded Hammer Standard) weighted action has heavier touch in the low end than in the high end, just like the hammers inside an acoustic piano. Great for the aspiring pianist, practicing on the GHS action builds the proper technique for when the time comes to perform on an acoustic piano.
The tweeter position has been improved in the P-115 to be in line with the ears of the performer. Melody lines and treble passages are brighter and more expressive as a result. This new configuration ensures that the instrument sounds sparkle and come alive across the entire tonal range.
The P-115 has on-board drum rhythms for practice or performance. There's a variety of rhythm patterns to choose, from basic rock to shuffle and swing beats. Use the rhythms to add an element of fun to your practicing, or simply use them as a virtual drummer for your performances.
The P115 is loaded with a variety of rich Voices, from pianos to electric pianos, organs, strings, bass and more. These Voices can be enhanced by four different reverbs that you can adjust to your preference.
Recital hall‘ Clear reverberation, as heard in a medium-sized hall used for piano recitals.
Concert hall‘ Bright, bold reverberation, as heard in a large hall where orchestras perform.
Salon‘ The relaxed reverberation of a large room suitable for chamber music.
Club‘ The crisp reverberation of a live music venue or jazz club.
Simply play the chords in your left hand and the Pianist Style will transform them into lush accompaniment patterns. This leaves your right hand free to play other melodies and chords, or add musical flare to your Pianist Style accompaniment. On the P-115, Yamaha has carefully selected 10 types of Styles for easy accompaniment.
Yamaha' special free app, "Digital Piano Controller," allows you to control the many functions included in Yamaha digital pianos with your iPhone or iPad. Voices, rhythms and other settings can be selected while looking at the screen, making it easy to enjoy new functions with ease. You can also save your favorite settings for quick recall at any time.
- Number of keys: 88 Key
- Action: Graded-hammer
- Key size: Full
- Aftertouch / Velocity: Velocity Sensitive
- Key Type: Piano-style
- Number of voices: 14
- Polyphony (max): 192-note
- Layers: Yes
- Split: Yes
- AUX input: No
- MIDI Connectivity: MIDI over USB
- Line output: Yes
- Line input: No
- USB Connectivity: Yes
- Headphone jacks: 1
- Pedal inputs: 1 (sustain)
- Storage type: Not applicable
- Expandability available: No
- Onboard Features
- Recording/Playback MIDI sequencer
- Rhythms: 14
- Preset songs: 14
- Display: None
- Effects: Yes
- Built-in speakers: Yes
- Pitch bend/Modulation: Not applicable
- Other controls: Not applicable
- Reverb: Yes
- Chorus: Yes
- Delay: No
- Equalizer: No
- Arpeggio: No
- Other: Not applicable
- Width: 52.25" (1326 mm)
- Height: 6.25" (163 mm)
- Depth: 11.5" (295 mm)
- Weight: 26 lb. (11.8 kg)
- Power: Adapter included
- Batteries: Not applicable
- Stand or bench included: Sold Separately
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- 192 Polyphony
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- Sturdy stand
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Comments about Yamaha P-115 Digital Piano with L-85 Stand:
There were others with better bundle deals, but they came with items that I would have to switch out later or didn't have the finance plan I wanted. So this deal was the better deal for me personally. Otherwise, in terms of the piano itself, I like it very much from a newbie point of view. Obviously I can't give any professional critique but as a student the keyboards feels nice and like a real piano so at least my fingers are getting some exercise ;-) I haven't tried what little bells and whistle it may have, but the midi was simple to connect to the computer using a printer cable. I've practice over 10 hours using an online piano lesson program. Only thing I've heard occasionally is when I've struck a key by itself I can hear the faint echo of a digitalized sound. Maybe the setting I have on or something set up wrong, but otherwise I don't play one key at a time, and I'm not going before a professional judge so I'm not too concern. Overall it was a good purchase for me. There are better Yamaha's but you can't beat the price for what I was looking for -- REAL portability (think 26 lbs weight), 192 polyphony, simple connection to computer, awesome financing (36 month no interest), they had a really nice Sennheiser headphone on sale, and no taxes for buying it online too!!
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