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Yamaha P90 Professional Portable Stage Piano  

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        Yamaha

        Portable yet professional, for those who demand the very best-—to go.

        Play the Yamaha P90 Professional Portable Stage Piano once and you won't settle for anything less. Graded-hammer effect keyboard for realistic piano touch, dynamic stereo sampling for the ultimate in piano expression, PC/MIDI interface, and 64-note polyphony that prevents note cutoff even during demanding musical passages.

        A Fine Selection of Essential Voices

        The voices of Yamaha 's acclaimed P-80 digital piano, taken to a new level. Featuring more than twice the WAV ROM of its predecessor, it delivers truly professional digital piano performance with long sustained samples and abundant sample points for each voice. On top of its exceptional dynamic stereo sampled piano voices, which change dynamically in timbre according to how hard the keys are pressed, the P-90 provides a complete range of the most commonly used keyboard sounds, including classic and contemporary digital pianos, jazz and church organs, harpsichords, and more.

        Slim and Lightweight Design

        Made for musicians on the go and for studios and stages where space is tight, the P90 offers heavyweight performance in a lightweight package. Weighing in at a mere 37 lbs. and measuring 11-1/4" deep, the P-90 can be easily hauled to gigs and placed in studios and on stages where ordinary digital pianos may not fit comfortably.

        PC-MIDI Interface

        A built-in "to host" MIDI interface provides a direct connection to a Mac or Windows PC.

        Realistic Piano Touch

        Yamaha's acclaimed graded hammer-effect keyboard provides the expressive feel and response of an acoustic piano. Just as on a real piano, the keys in the lower registers have a heavier touch, which gradually becomes lighter as you play up the keyboard. And unlike on an acoustic piano, the keyboard's sensitivity can be adjusted to match your own playing style.

        Expressive Piano Sound

        To achieve the ultimate in piano realism, many of the P90's piano sounds feature dynamic stereo sampling-—3 layers of precisely recorded digital samples each set at a different velocity point. In other words, when you play the keyboard lightly you hear the true sound of a piano being played pianissimo. And as you play harder, the sound switches to that of a piano being played mezzo forte or forte. But the realism doesn't stop there. There's also a fourth sample layer that simulates the resonance of the piano strings and soundboard when the damper pedal is held down and key-off samples to re-create the subtle sound piano keys make when released.

        MIDI Recorder

        A perfect tool for practicing or songwriting, the MIDI recorder lets you record an entire performance and play it back at the touch of a button. You can then go back and record a second part using a different voice.

        Built-in Demo Songs

        50 popular and original songs are available at the press of a button. Try playing along or simply sit back and enjoy listening to them.

        Features

        • Graded, hammer-effect keyboard, 88 keys
        • AWM dynamic stereo sampling tone generator
        • 64-note polyphony
        • Hard, medium, soft, and fixed touch
        • Room, stage, and 2 hall reverbs
        • Chorus, phaser, tremolo, and delay
        • Mellow-bright brilliance slider
        • Master volume
        • Dual and split performance modes
        • Records one song, 2 tracks, 10,000 notes
        • 21 voice demo songs, 50 preset songs
        • Dual RCA and 1/4" outs
        • MIDI I/O
        • To host out
        • Dual headphones out
        • Sustain pedal in
        • 53" x 11-1/4" x 5"
        • 37-1/3 lbs.
        • 24 voices including:
        • 2 grand pianos
        • 2 electric pianos
        • clavichord
        • harpsichord
        • vibes
        • guitar
        • church organ
        • jazz organ
        • strings
        • choir
        • wood bass

        Go for your best value on a road-ready super-versatile stage piano. Go for Yamaha today.

         
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        4.7

        (based on 27 reviews)

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        Hard To Beat This One.......

        Well, after many MANY long hours of researching and mulling over various brands and types of digital pianos and keyboards, i chose the P90 simply because it had everything i was looking for. ...Read complete review

        Well, after many MANY long hours of researching and mulling over various brands and types of digital pianos and keyboards, i chose the P90 simply because it had everything i was looking for. I am beginner piano student (at 34 years old lol) and i originally started learning on the yamaha PSR-290 keyboard. Nothing fancy but i thought it would suite my needs. OH BOY was i mistaken. One month after taking profoessional piano lessons, i quickly discovered that going from my synth keyboard to my teachers real upright piano was like night and day differences.So that set me on my quest to find a digital piano that would give me the "REAL" feeling of a piano without actually having a BIG piano to lug around. I spent literally HOURS in a local store sampling and trying out over 10 different types of keyboards, syths and digital pianos and I'm sorry, but this YAMAHA P90 hands down won me over, simply because of price/ performance ratio. The more expensive p-120 is identical in sound it just has more bells and whistles for almost three hundred bucks more. NO THANKS lol.As a beginning piano student, i believe this keyboard will more than meet my needs for the forseeable future and the feeling is much more accurate in the weight of the keys and the digital samplings than that of the psr-290 i had been using. If i had one complaint, i would say i would like to have seen at least a few more instrument sounds etc., but i can't really complain at all, because i am setting out to learn PIANO and i bought this YAMAHA DIGITAL PIANO to meet that need. I fullfilled every expectation i had of it and then some. I will agree with another comment, that to truly appreciate the sounds, you need a good monitor or amp, but i am just using the YSTMS50B Powered Speaker setup. Good luck finding those though, they are almost non-existant anymore. The piano sounds really great through them though, so i don't think you need to spend a fortune to get great sound from this piano. I guess it all depends on where your going to be using it.Oh and on the complaint about the plug ins being on the side, i can't see that as a bad thing. Its worked out great for me. I like the panel on the side. All in all this digital piano is top notch and heartily recommend it to anyone needing a good affordable digital piano for your home or on the road. Its definately built to last!

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        Why are there ringing overtones?

        Great, Killer piano!!!! But why the heck are there ringing overtones on the stereo Piano sample??? Try Piano 1 in the middle upper register!!!! It sounds lo=ike someone's...Read complete review

        Great, Killer piano!!!! But why the heck are there ringing overtones on the stereo Piano sample??? Try Piano 1 in the middle upper register!!!! It sounds lo=ike someone's playing a synth bell on top of the piano!!!! There is NO excuse for this!!!!! I'm still using mine on gigs, but have already been trying to replace it. YAMAHA....YOU LET ME DOWN!

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        5.0

        All round best

        By beatboy

        from Redding, CA

        I was looking for a mix of portable digital piano (I have a grand that I always compare to)and studio controller. The P90 wins hands down. I go back and forth between jazz and pop and found this to be flexible, sound great and fairly easy (the weighted keys cost pounds) to truck around.

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        5.0

        Gigman loves it!

        By Gigman

        from Pittsburgh, PA

        Simply put - the most bang for your buck. Very sturdy and road worthy too! Play it one time, you won't settle for anything else in that price range.

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        5.0

        Beautiful Performance Piano

        By MusicZoneAZ

        from Phoenix, AZ

        The sounds on this keyboard are incredible. I'm a keyboard pro and believe me, the sounds are amazingly real. No synth-sounding problems, great high and low ranges, extraordinary piano sounds and a decent selection of instruments. May not work for the synth-programmer who needs 800+ voices, but for a performing pianist you can't buy better. I'm ordering one this week! Must-have!

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        5.0

        Great Piano

        By Steve-45web

        from Bay Shore, NY

        If I had to buy another one I would buy this piano. Just buy looking at it you know you have a top quality prouduct.

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        5.0

        Yamaha

        By Tom-hYDgF

        from Florence, OR

        The Yamaha P-90 fits all of my needs.An excellant product, and A great value.

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        5.0

        There's no difference between this and a grand!

        By jaguarms

        from California

        I have had the luxury of playing this keyboard as the pianist in the band accompanying my school's music ensemble. When we first got it, I took the keyboard to my friend's house. She had just recently received a brand new Yamaha grand, and after playing both the keyboard and the grand. I could not tell a single differency between the two. The feel was identical as well as the amazing sound. None of the sounds on this keyboard are cheap, although I'd like there to be a few more, they are perfect for what I do. Excellent piano.

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        2.0

        Why are there ringing overtones?

        By Johnnypro

        from Ballston Lake, NY

        Great, Killer piano!!!! But why the heck are there ringing overtones on the stereo Piano sample??? Try Piano 1 in the middle upper register!!!! It sounds lo=ike someone's playing a synth bell on top of the piano!!!! There is NO excuse for this!!!!! I'm still using mine on gigs, but have already been trying to replace it. YAMAHA....YOU LET ME DOWN!

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        5.0

        Hard To Beat This One.......

        By GMEE123

        from INDIANA

        Well, after many MANY long hours of researching and mulling over various brands and types of digital pianos and keyboards, i chose the P90 simply because it had everything i was looking for. I am beginner piano student (at 34 years old lol) and i originally started learning on the yamaha PSR-290 keyboard. Nothing fancy but i thought it would suite my needs. OH BOY was i mistaken. One month after taking profoessional piano lessons, i quickly discovered that going from my synth keyboard to my teachers real upright piano was like night and day differences.So that set me on my quest to find a digital piano that would give me the "REAL" feeling of a piano without actually having a BIG piano to lug around. I spent literally HOURS in a local store sampling and trying out over 10 different types of keyboards, syths and digital pianos and I'm sorry, but this YAMAHA P90 hands down won me over, simply because of price/ performance ratio. The more expensive p-120 is identical in sound it just has more bells and whistles for almost three hundred bucks more. NO THANKS lol.As a beginning piano student, i believe this keyboard will more than meet my needs for the forseeable future and the feeling is much more accurate in the weight of the keys and the digital samplings than that of the psr-290 i had been using. If i had one complaint, i would say i would like to have seen at least a few more instrument sounds etc., but i can't really complain at all, because i am setting out to learn PIANO and i bought this YAMAHA DIGITAL PIANO to meet that need. I fullfilled every expectation i had of it and then some. I will agree with another comment, that to truly appreciate the sounds, you need a good monitor or amp, but i am just using the YSTMS50B Powered Speaker setup. Good luck finding those though, they are almost non-existant anymore. The piano sounds really great through them though, so i don't think you need to spend a fortune to get great sound from this piano. I guess it all depends on where your going to be using it.Oh and on the complaint about the plug ins being on the side, i can't see that as a bad thing. Its worked out great for me. I like the panel on the side. All in all this digital piano is top notch and heartily recommend it to anyone needing a good affordable digital piano for your home or on the road. Its definately built to last!

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        5.0

        It's a Piano

        By KSH

        from Pittsburgh, PA

        I bought this to use as a practice / performance piano and in almost all ways it appears that it will exceed my expectations. The feel of the keyboard is excellent. It compares well with some grand pianos that I've played recently. Its sound is also excellent, although getting the most out of it requires a good amp and speakers. Reviewing it as if it was a piano, the only features that I would like to see are jacks for a Sostenuto and an Una Corda (soft) pedal. The midi implementation appears to support these, but there is no direct input.The other sounds that stand out are the harpsichord and the small pipe organ. Both are quite realistic when compared to the samples I find on my other keyboards.The function menus are cryptic for a modern instrument, but easy enough to use as long as you have the manual handy. The manual is well written.

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        5.0

        Great Keyboard

        By brit

        from CO

        i love the yamaha p90. i wanted a keyboard that sounded and felt like a real piano, and although that can never really be fully achieved on a keyboard, this keyboard comes about as close as you can get. The feel is great, but the best part is the sound. I compared it to the korg sp200, both with heavy weighted keys, and it sounds much more like an acoustic grand piano. the features are not great, there is nothing wonderful about them, but if you're looking for a portable keyboard with a great piano sound along with 24 other high-quality sounds, this is the best keyboard out there.

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