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A digital piano with high-quality sound and piano-touch response.

The Yamaha P-95 digital piano gives musicians the dynamic, high-quality sound and natural, piano-touch response they expect from Yamaha, along with a high quality, built-in speaker system. No compromises, just Yamaha quality.

Graded Hammer Standard (GHS) keyboard with matte finish of black keys:
Just like on a traditional acoustic piano, the keys of the lower notes have a heavier touch, while the higher ones are more responsive to lighter playing. The keyboard's sensitivity can even be adjusted to match your playing style. The Yamaha P-95 keyboard's graded hammer technology also enables the instrument to provide authentic touch in a lightweight instrument. The matte finish of the Yamaha digital piano's black keys enhances its luxurious appearance.

Compact, stylish design:
The attractive, slim, lightweight design of the 88-key digital piano suits virtually any interior décor, and occupies less space than most coffee tables. No piano movers required.

Advanced Wave Memory (AWM) dynamic stereo sampling:
The AWM (Advanced Wave Memory) is a sampling system which creates the realism of an acoustic instrument by using digital technology to record the piano's sound and applying high-quality digital filter technology to the recorded audio samples. The waveform of the sound created by playing the key of an acoustic piano differs depending on the playing strength from pianissimo to fortissimo. AWM dynamic stereo sampling can produce such dynamic nuances by recording samples of various playing strengths. The greater the number of samples used, the higher the expression.

Built-in stereo speaker system:
This Yamaha digital piano uses highly efficient amplifiers that pack more sound into a lighter digital piano. With 6 watts per channel, these keyboards are ready to go whenever you are.

Essential sounds:
This Yamaha keyboard features an array of commonly used sounds such as grand pianos, electric pianos, organs, harpsichords, vibraphones, strings, and new choir and jazz organ sounds. Each of these sounds has been recorded and recreated with Yamaha's unrivaled attention to detail.

50 preset piano songs:
A selection of 50 different piano songs is provided for your listening pleasure. These recordings were chosen for their beauty as well as their functionality. Since many of the songs included in the Yamaha P-95 are classic piano pieces, anyone taking lessons can listen to them for reference.

FEATURES Keyboard
  • :
  • Number of keys: 88
  • Type: GHS matte black keys
  • Voice:
  • Voices: 10
  • Polyphony: 64
  • Piano Voice: stereo
  • Other Voices: grand piano 1/2, electric piano 1/2, jazz organ, pipe organ, strings, choir, harpsichord, and vibraphone
Song
  • :
  • Voice demo: 10
  • Preset songs: 50
  • Recording: number of tracks:1; number of songs: 1
Effect
  • :
  • Reverb: 4 types
  • Chorus/effect: Yes (preset only)
  • Dual/layer: Yes
  • Other connections:
  • Phones: 2
  • MIDI: in/out
  • Sustain: yes
  • Pedal unit: Yes (LP-5A)
Amplifier/Speaker
  • :
  • Amplifier: 6W x 2
  • Speaker size: (12 cm x 6 cm) x 2
Panel
  • :
  • Language: English
  • Stand and pedal unit sold separately.

A slim, exceptionally affordable digital piano that's always ready to play when you are.

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YamahaP95 88 Key Digital Piano
 
4.3

(based on 18 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (11)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (1)

88%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (5)
  • Portable (5)
  • Good audio (4)
  • Responsive / good action (4)
  • Touch sensitive keys (4)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Accompaniment (3)
  • Learning (3)
  • MIDI (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Professional musician (6)

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Greatest Piano For The Money

This is the best electronic/digital PIANO that I have ever owned. I started out in 1978 at 10 yrs. old with a Roland EP-20. I've owned Rolands & Kurzweils, but...Read complete review

This is the best electronic/digital PIANO that I have ever owned. I started out in 1978 at 10 yrs. old with a Roland EP-20. I've owned Rolands & Kurzweils, but this is the first Yamaha I have owned. I sold my Kurzweil to buy this P95 for the piano. I play country and gospel and the Yamaha sound just works best for this type of music than any other brand (IMO).

I can plug it straight into my sound system with a stereo cable or in smaller settings and/or practice, use the onboard speakers which do pretty well. I can also use the headphone jack for private practice/playing time. I can use the onboard piano sound for recording or MIDI it up to my software grand.

The action on this piano is great and the samples "speak" to me. The Kurzweil I had, had a decent enough piano sound, but the action was sluggish and the piano did not respond like an acoustic. I hated playing it. This Yamaha responds like a piano should. Although it sustains better than the Kurzweil, I still think there could be some improvement in that area. With that said, I am happy with what it is and what it does. I grew up playing a Yamaha upright and this P95 feels like a piano. The only thing about the piano sound it that there are some harmonic overtones in some of the upper registers of the keyboard. It is not a deal-breaker for me, but some ultra-critical people may have issues with it.

I also built myself a MONO summing cable so I can go from the headphone out jack to a MONO amp. When I was trying this keyboard out in the local music store, the clerk plugged it into a Behringer keyboard amp using a standard guitar cable from the headphone jack to the amp. I couldn't believe how good it sounded. Most stereo sampled pianos don't collapse well into mono, or just using either the left or right signal usually sounds toy-like and un-appealing. This Yamaha sounds great either way. I have to say it sounds best in stereo (which is what it was designed for) but if you have to go MONO, it is a viable option with this keyboard using the headphone output jack, which is 1/4".

I shopped around and researched this P95 Piano for almost 2 years before purchasing it. I tried the CP33, the P155 and the P95. I eventually disregarded the CP33 due to not having any speakers, which I need for my lifestyle and requirements. It was between the P155 and the P95. I like the 4-level sampling and the string resonance samples of the P155. It also has 1/4" Stereo Line outputs and a 1/4" MONO output. What it came down to was the P95 was a little smaller footprint and only weighs 26 lbs., whereas the P155 weighs 40 lbs. I also determined that the P95 had a bolder sound which works for what I like playing Country music.

I would recommend the Yamaha P95 to anyone looking for a lightweight, super-portable, realistic feeling and sounding piano. The other sounds on the keyboard are acceptable, but nothing that will blow you away. For Piano, I feel this is the best option in terms of portability, response and sound for the money.

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Did I Get a Bad One???

I wanted this keyboard for months after reading about it and playing it a little at the store. Now after owning it for just 3 days, I am packing it all back up and...Read complete review

I wanted this keyboard for months after reading about it and playing it a little at the store. Now after owning it for just 3 days, I am packing it all back up and returning it. The problem? This keyboard has very harsh, unrealistic electronic-sounding overtones to its higher keys when holding down notes or sustaining them with the pedal. It happens through the speakers and headphones and I've tried different sustain pedals. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND that you spend some time at the store listening for what I'm talking about... especially with headphones, before purchasing this item. This keyboard is completely un-recordable.

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4.0

Actually good for the price.

By audienceONE

from ATX

About Me Professional Musician

Pros

  • Easy to Use
  • Portable

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Yamaha P95 88 Key Digital Piano:

      I have played from weinstein, yamaha, steinway and bosendorfer. If we compare P95 to this grands of course it will fall flat for it will not have a natural non-processed reverbs and reflections and the keys of course will be heavier and un-realistic.

      But if we compare this to its price point competitions it is more than average. That's why I give it a 4 star.

      not perfect but definitely not average.

      Comment on this review

      (0 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      always perfect

      By Nashville picker

      from Nashville tn

      About Me Professional Musician

      Pros

      • Perect

      Cons

      • None

      Best Uses

        Comments about Yamaha P95 88 Key Digital Piano:

        I've been ordering from Musicians Friend for 7 years now. I've ordered several American Fenders, a Martin acoustic, and now a Yamaha piano. I've always received top notch instruments . I've never had a bad experience. They will always be my go to company.

        Comment on this review

        (3 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

         
        1.0

        Please dont waste your time or money!

        By Joel

        from Kansas

        About Me Professional Musician

        Pros

        • Has Its Own Speakers
        • Has Traditional Midi Port
        • Light weight

        Cons

        • Got Rid Of It Asap
        • Had It 5 Minutes
        • Keys Rattle On Every Note
        • Poor Action
        • Sustain Intermittent
        • Very Cheap Build

        Best Uses

        • Kids Keyboard At Best
        • Learning

        Comments about Yamaha P95 88 Key Digital Piano:

        So very disappointed in this YUGO version Yamaha has produced. This is the worst keyboard I have seen or played next to the ones you get in the kids toy section or a cheap electronic store. Please save yourself the trouble and time by getting a better keyboard. I regret this purchase. Yamaha has been great, until they built this.

        Comment on this review

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Good choice for a beginner

        By Annie

        from Portland OR.

        About Me Novice

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Realistic Sound
        • Responsive / Good Action
        • Touch Sensitive Keys

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Learning

          Comments about Yamaha P95 88 Key Digital Piano:

          i CAN'T AFFORD THE SPACE OR INVESTMENT THAT A PIANO THAT SOUNDS THIS GOOD WOULD INVOLVE. iT'S GREAT FOR A BEGINNER.

          Comment on this review

          (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Suits my purpose

          By Pianoguy

          from Yigo, GU

          About Me Professional Musician

          Ask me a question

          Pros

          • Easy to Use
          • Keyboard Feel
          • Portability
          • Portable
          • Responsive / Good Action

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Controller Functions
            • MIDI
            • Rehearsal

            Comments about Yamaha P95 88 Key Digital Piano:

            I bought this piano primarily for use as a relatively inexpensive controller for my Motif synth and PC sound samples. Secondary uses include just practicing, learning/writing new pieces and just casual noodling. Since I'm using it mostly as a controller, built in sounds are not a major concern - although I find them sufficient for my secondary uses.

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            5.0

            Great Value!

            By Jet

            from Brevard, NC

            About Me Experienced

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Easy to Use
            • Portable
            • Pre-programmed music
            • Realistic Sound
            • Responsive / Good Action
            • Touch Sensitive Keys

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Accompaniment
              • Learning

              Comments about Yamaha P95 88 Key Digital Piano:

              Great value for the money! Delivered promptly.

              Comment on this review

              (2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

               
              3.0

              not too bad. lousy output connectors

              By Hazel Motes

              from NY.

              About Me Professional Musician

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Easy to Use
              • Portable
              • Realistic Sound
              • Touch Sensitive Keys

              Cons

              • Poor Action

              Best Uses

              • Accompaniment
              • MIDI
              • Travel

              Comments about Yamaha P95 88 Key Digital Piano:

              This thing isn't too shabby. The action is a bit too firm for me, but I have an antique 6' grand which playes like butter, so it's not really a con.
              Good selection of organs, other keyboards etc. The worst thing is the lousy 2 bit output connection. Really, you can do better. I should be grateful it's not a mini plug, like some of the others of it's kind out there. It devalues the whole thing somewhat, especially if you want to use this to play live. Overall good except for the (censored) output connections.

              Comment on this review

              (18 of 19 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Greatest Piano For The Money

              By F69tele

              from Sealy, TX

              About Me Professional Musician

              Pros

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

              Cons

              • Harmonic overtones
              • Limited Sound Selection
              • Sustain

              Best Uses

              • Accompaniment
              • Concerts
              • Electronic Music
              • MIDI
              • Recording Studio
              • Travel

              Comments about Yamaha P95 88 Key Digital Piano:

              This is the best electronic/digital PIANO that I have ever owned. I started out in 1978 at 10 yrs. old with a Roland EP-20. I've owned Rolands & Kurzweils, but this is the first Yamaha I have owned. I sold my Kurzweil to buy this P95 for the piano. I play country and gospel and the Yamaha sound just works best for this type of music than any other brand (IMO).

              I can plug it straight into my sound system with a stereo cable or in smaller settings and/or practice, use the onboard speakers which do pretty well. I can also use the headphone jack for private practice/playing time. I can use the onboard piano sound for recording or MIDI it up to my software grand.

              The action on this piano is great and the samples "speak" to me. The Kurzweil I had, had a decent enough piano sound, but the action was sluggish and the piano did not respond like an acoustic. I hated playing it. This Yamaha responds like a piano should. Although it sustains better than the Kurzweil, I still think there could be some improvement in that area. With that said, I am happy with what it is and what it does. I grew up playing a Yamaha upright and this P95 feels like a piano. The only thing about the piano sound it that there are some harmonic overtones in some of the upper registers of the keyboard. It is not a deal-breaker for me, but some ultra-critical people may have issues with it.

              I also built myself a MONO summing cable so I can go from the headphone out jack to a MONO amp. When I was trying this keyboard out in the local music store, the clerk plugged it into a Behringer keyboard amp using a standard guitar cable from the headphone jack to the amp. I couldn't believe how good it sounded. Most stereo sampled pianos don't collapse well into mono, or just using either the left or right signal usually sounds toy-like and un-appealing. This Yamaha sounds great either way. I have to say it sounds best in stereo (which is what it was designed for) but if you have to go MONO, it is a viable option with this keyboard using the headphone output jack, which is 1/4".

              I shopped around and researched this P95 Piano for almost 2 years before purchasing it. I tried the CP33, the P155 and the P95. I eventually disregarded the CP33 due to not having any speakers, which I need for my lifestyle and requirements. It was between the P155 and the P95. I like the 4-level sampling and the string resonance samples of the P155. It also has 1/4" Stereo Line outputs and a 1/4" MONO output. What it came down to was the P95 was a little smaller footprint and only weighs 26 lbs., whereas the P155 weighs 40 lbs. I also determined that the P95 had a bolder sound which works for what I like playing Country music.

              I would recommend the Yamaha P95 to anyone looking for a lightweight, super-portable, realistic feeling and sounding piano. The other sounds on the keyboard are acceptable, but nothing that will blow you away. For Piano, I feel this is the best option in terms of portability, response and sound for the money.

              Comment on this review

              (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

               
              4.0

              Yamaha P95 Gets the job done

              By Mike Andreas

              from Undisclosed

              Comments about Yamaha P95 88 Key Digital Piano:

              I haven't had it long enough to know about durability but it is replacing a Yamaha DX7 that is almost 30 years old. I suspect this instrument will last at least half that long. That's good enough for me.
              There aren't many "Features". That's one of the things I like. I use it as a controler mostly. The keys have a good feel. The speakers sound fine for practicing. I can hit the one button and play. I do wish it had a USB port.
              It's the quality you'd expect from Yamaha.
              For the price it's incredible. I was looking at keybords that were 3 times the price.

              Comment on this review

              (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Good MIDI Controller and Great Sounds on its Own

              By Michael Drew

              from Midwest

              Comments about Yamaha P95 88 Key Digital Piano:

              I bought the Yamaha P95 Digital Piano mainly to use as an 88key MIDI controller to hook to a MOX6, but was very pleasantly suprised by how nice the sounds are that are built into this unit. Its very easy to use and the keys feel great. The sustain pedal that comes with it is a little cheesy, but it works. I bought an FC3 and it is well worth it to have the half pedal feature and just feels more like the real thing. The sounds coming directly from the onboard speakers is really pretty nice.....I think its actually more clear and realistic than running it with an amp. The board does have two 1/4" phones out jacks that can be used to run to two sets of headphones or two amps. I bought the restock model to save a few bucks and the unit arrived in its original packaging with all the parts and I don't see any blemishes or issues with it at all.....only thing missing was the higher price. I've dealt with Musician's Friend a lot though and have full confidence that they would have made things right if there was anything wrong with the unit.

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