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Yamaha PSR-E413 61-Key Portable Keyboard
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The Yamaha PSRE413 offers the newest options and several innovative features for keyboard players from beginner to professional. The Yamaha Education...Click To Read More About This Product
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Learn to play with high-quality Yamaha sounds and lesson features.
The Yamaha PSRE413 offers the newest options and several innovative features for keyboard players from beginner to professional. The Yamaha Education Suite and features like realtime control over effects, filters, tempo, and 100 arpeggiator/groove patterns make things easy when it's time to play. The Yamaha Portable Grand voice and over 500 other voices plus onboard speaker system ensure things sound good too. You also have a 300-title music database, 6-track sequencer, and USB port for computer connectivity.
The PSR-E413 offers Sound Control Knobs and 5 types of master EQ that you can tweak to tailor sounds and effects. The Arpeggiator delivers 100 different patterns and beats.
The PSR-E413 also includes USB connectivity, allowing for the transfer of songs and styles between the keyboard and your computer. This can be used for educational purposes or for musicians to play along with pieces that are downloaded into the Yamaha PSRE413. For aspiring music artists, recording original pieces is quick and simple with the 6-track/5-song capacity onboard sequencer.
And, with Yamaha's Performance Assistant technology, anyone can play a song”even novices. When the keys are struck in time with the music, the notes are corrected to match chords of the song being played. No matter what keys are hit, the Yamaha PSRE413 keyboard plays the correct notes.
The E413 can be powered by the optional Yamaha PA-130 AC adapter power supply or 6 AA batteries (not included).
- 61-key unit
- Extremely portable, and lightweight for easy transport
- Keyboard education tools
- The Yamaha Portable Grand
- The Yamaha Education Suite
- 5 types of Master EQ
- An Arpeggiator that provides 100 different patterns and beats.
- USB connectivity
- Recording capability with onboard sequencer.
- Performance Assistant technology
- Realtime control using 2 Control Knobs and Pitch Bend wheel
- 100 different Arpeggiator patterns: cool sounds & grooves
- USB & Flash ROM: download songs for learning from the Internet
- 6-track sequencer allows you to record your own music
- 2-way stereo speaker system with bass ports for fuller sound
- Performance Assistant guarantees a rewarding music experience
- Yamaha XGlite/GM voices plus Sweet!, Cool!, Split & Dual voice
- Easy Song Arranger: re-mix MIDI files and play it your way
- Interactive Lessons: "Your Tempo" mode helps you learn to play
- Import new music Styles and save to flash memory via PC
- Includes CD-ROM, manual, songbook, and music rest
- Sequencer: 6 Track/5 Songs/10,000 Notes
- PC Button
- Keyboard: 61 full-size keys with touch response
- MIDI: USB Slave
- Display: Backlit LCD (Blue)
- Storage Device: 373KB Flash ROM+Dynamic RAM
- Effects: 9 Reverb/4 Chorus/5 EQ
- Voices & Comp.: 509 GM & XGlite Compatible
- Featured Voices: 5 Sweet, 3 Cool
- Harmony: 26 types
- Dual/Split: Yes/Yes
- Polyphony: 32 Notes
- In/Out Jacks: Headphone/Sustain
- Songs: 30 Internal/70 CD-ROM + 5 User
- Y.E.S./Lessons: Interactive Lessons
- Styles: 165 + User (SFF)
- Style Sections: Intro/Ending + A/B + Fill x 2
- One Touch / Reg.: 1 Per Style / 2 Pads x 8 Banks
- Speakers: 12cm x 2 / 3cm x 2
- Amplifier: 2.5W + 2.5W
- Music Database: Yes - 300 Song titles
- Power Supply: PA-130 (optional.) or 6 'AA' Batt (not-included)
- Dimensions: 38.1" x 16" x 6"
- 15.4 lb.
Reviewed by 13 customers
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I bought this exact model a year or so ago. To me, it seems VERY impressive for the price. The pitch-bend wheel and weighted keys work great. The built-in speakers sounds really good, I think, but I often run the phone/line out to a PA or my bass stack. I also get a lot of use out of it when I record; It's able to mimic most of the included/synthesized instruments perfectly, especially the percussion.
I play guitar & bass and for my home recording sometimes I need keyboards.I bought that one thinking that is very complicated and will take me forever to learn.Now I can tell that is easy-this unit is made to work with every level musicians.Assisted modes and slowing tempos are very helpful.Got like millions of effects and presets and 6 track recorder inside.Simply the best for the money as they say.There are better I guess but more expensive on the market.If you are pro then go buy something more fancier.I like this one and is enough for my needs.Common man 179 bucks!
I am learning with it. This machine has turned out great. Exceeded my expectations. Most sounds and effects are excellent. Even if you get to an advanced level, this piece, may serve you as your special sounds and effects gadget.
I am a professional that does a lot of duos and trios. I own a Triton LE as a main KB, but needed a KB with a drum machine that was easy to change in the middle of a song.The patches in the PSR 413 sound really good and fill my need for the basic solo instruments, trumpet, sax, organ, accordion, piano etc. The drum machine sounds very good and is easy to use. There is only one output, but the preset balances are good and bass volume can be changed using EQ. I use the Triton for KB bass and my main rhythm instrument, (piano or organ), and the Yamaha for solo passages. Set up during a performance is easy and the various drum beats are more than enough to perform any song. It doesn't have the bells and whistles of higher end KB, but is still a very good buy, I couldn't believe the price!
This is a super keyboard. I read the reviews and was impressed before I bought it but when I got mine yesterday I was even more impressed. Sounds are phenomenal for a "cheap" keyboard. Rhythms are great! This is my second Yamaha keyboard I have purchased. The last one was 15 yrs ago and it's still working great. I bet this one will be in 15yrs too! Great job Yamaha, I am impressed!! Can't wait to do some recording!
The styles in this board really come alive if you can play stuff like A flat Maj7ths or C# Maj 7ths (Gospel, R&B chords). The arpeggios are cool and they stay in sync with the arrangements. The synth knobs are a good way to learn what filters and EG's are about. The sounds are really good for a portable, even recordable. I need to be able to control this from my 88 key weighted controller. The only way to do that is MIDI in to my computer and USB out to the keyboard (This keyboard does not have MIDI IN, OUT or THRU). I don't want to lug a computer to church when I play. But Yamaha did a great job by wetting my whistle with these synth and arpeggio features. Now I have to buy that new Motif Rack XS, all because this little keyboard is so good for the money, it makes you want more.
I am a guitarist who plays some songs on my Alesis keyboard in my home studio. I purchased this piano for my wife to learn how to play while she was recovering at home. She loves it. The instructions are well written and user friendly. Also, the unit is light enough for her to move. The sound quality is better than I expected, thank you. So far, with the quality and peatures that I have experienced I know you have a excellent piano for the price. The only problem I have is the ac adapter did not come with the piano.
Having moved from a house into an apartment and having been a pianist for 52 years, I needed an alternative after selling the piano. Without exception, local music stores recommended the Yamaha E413 keyboard as being ideal for my needs. After evaluating the competition, they were so right. The myriad of Voices and Styles are pure and clean and I can experiment with all genres of music. The Touch Sensitive keys are perfect for the pianist as mood in playing can be maintained, not robotic, as one may have expected. I am looking forward to many years of enjoyment and entertaining friends on this superb instrument.
As a hobby-guitarist in a cover band: I was looking for a keyboard to toy around on, learn keyboard basics, and utilize for occasional fill-in parts with our band. This keyboard is a perfect fit; beautiful piano sound with touch-sensitivity keys, plenty of additional voices to choice from, sounds great through the 1/4" out into my secondary amp input, wonderful features like split voices, multi-track recording, USB connectivity with MIDI... Thanks Yamaha!
I got this as a graduation present because we had to get rid of the piano in our house. Its a nice little keyboard and has alot of nice features. Now of course its no Triton but its also not $4000.00 either. The thing I like most about it is the "sequencer" it has on it. I love writing my own music and this has a nice system in which I can lay down up to six tracks per song which is awesome!! The other thing I love is the response of the keys. The dynamics you can get out these keys is amazing. You can get alot of expression and feeling into your music with this keyboard, which something you cant do on many others at this price level.
The PSR-E413 seems like a great keyboard for learning musicians, like myself: several great voices to choose from - especially the grand piano (so much cleaner sounding than keyboard models a few years ago), touch sensitive keys, light weight, a nice display of notes played in the center, and you can read about the other features. I keep it plugged into my secondary input of my Fender guitar amp, along with my guitar, through the 1/4" phone/out jack. Our vocalist was so impressed with it, and the low cost, that he too plans on ordering one to replace his older PSR-85. I'm certainly happy with it - VERY HAPPY, only wishing it came with XLR outputs.
The PSR-E413 is perfect for beginners and professionals alike. I bought the PSR-E413 thinking I might be dissapointed, but was I wrong. The E413 combines perfect piano tones with over 450 other tones to make a music-creating powerhouse. I use the E413 with Acoustica Mixcraft and the two blend perfectly. I create a CD every four to eight weeks using this! Perfect for absolutely anyone, of any skill level or age.
I'vve been playing Yamaha keyboards for 20 plus years now. I've seen the PSS series and later the PSR series with the AWM. I was a little skeptical at first as I was more interested in teh S500B, but this one is actually a good keyboard for my needs. Invest in a MIDI recorder of some kind as the internal memory doesn't allow for much.