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A keyboard with 61-keys that features 375 natural sound voices.
The Yamaha YPT-220 keyboard features 375 natural sounding voices, including Stereo Grand Piano, 361 XGlite voices, 12 drum kits and a sound effect kit. The YPT-220 also has 100 accompaniment styles and 102 built-in songs. Use the Portable Grand button to instantly call up an authentic stereo grand piano sound. The Yamaha keyboard also has a rich Reverb effect that adds concert-hall ambiance to any performance. The Yamaha Education Suite feature makes learning and practicing music more fun than ever before.
This Yamaha keyboard has 61 regular-sized keys and 32-note polyphony.
Voices and styles:
The Yamaha YPT220 keyboard has a total of 375 high-quality instrument voices (Stereo Grand Piano, 361 XGlite voices, 12 Drum Kits and Sound Effect Kit) and 100 accompaniment styles.
Sound effect kit:
Try out each key on this 61-note keyboard and enjoy the sound of a dog barking, running water, a creaking door and many other unique effects.
Yamaha Education Suite (Y.E.S.)
Yamaha Education Suite (Y.E.S.) is an advanced set of helpful learning tools built into this 61-key keyboard, letting you teach yourself how to play and perform. Y.E.S. helps you master a song with easy lesson steps. Each lesson can be done in isolation with either your left hand or right hand, or both.
Portable grand button:
Playing piano is fast and easy with Yamaha's Portable Grand function. One dedicated button brings up a great sounding piano, stunningly rich and authentic in its sound and exceptionally responsive to your playing touch, as well as setting up the keyboard to play as a piano.
Different reverb types let you add rich, concert-hall ambiance to your performance.
YPT220 61-Key Portable Keyboard
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this honestly is so worth the price. I was so surprised at how many sounds this keyboard has. The speakers were a little cheap on it and not loud enough to my liking but overall this was worth it. So many features and settings.
if you're looking for top notch piano/keyboard/synth sounds the ypt 220 isn't for you, if you are just starting out or are a casual musician like me and want an affordable addition to experiment with different musical styles and capabilities this is a good lil' unit. i wasn't real impressed with it at first but the more i play around with it the more i like it. some of the sounds&effects are kinda cheesy but it's got some really cool sounds as well. volume wise i've run it thru my stomp boxes and into a warwick blue cab 20 and it's plenty loud, gigging loud? maybe not. it's pretty well made and easy to use. iv'e had a few yamaha items in the past and have always been impressed with the quality and durability. overall i'd definitely recommend the 220 to anyone looking for a decent board to mess around with, the headphone feature is great too, if you wanna play late at night without irritating anyone or embarrasing yourself. there's plenty of good sounds to keep you interested and creative. as far as buying from musician's friend? i got the board, the fc4 sustain pedal(a sustain pedal is a must), the the power adapter and an on stage stand for around $160 and received it within a week. over all a good buy, great price and great service!