Yamaha EZ-200 Portable Keyboard  

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Light-up keys teach you to play!

The EZ-200 digital keyboard has 61 piano-size keys with guide lamps built into each key that use the Yamaha Education Suite interactive teaching system for learning. The keyboard is touch sensitive, and boasts 367 GM/XGlite compatible Voices, 9 Reverb settings, 100 built-in songs and Chord Dictionary for learning chords.

Operates on six "AA" size batteries (not included) or optional PA130 power supply (see Yamaha Survival Kit B (#701587)

Features

  • 61 touch sensitive keys with Guide Lights - the EZ way to learn
  • GM plus Yamaha XGlite compatible - connect a computer
  • Portable Grand: Industry's Best Piano

Educational, functional, and FUN! Get your EZ-200 today!

 
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returned for refund

By smokeyjoe

from Long Island NY

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Comments about Yamaha EZ-200 Portable Keyboard:

Returned for refund. I ordered item 2 times, both times box was damaged ,labels were ripped off box? Something loose banging around in box. I feel these boxes were returns and sent to me as new.
Still waiting for 2nd. refund!

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Yahama EZ - 200 portable keyboard

By Patricia L Miller

from Phoenix, AZ

Comments about Yamaha EZ-200 Portable Keyboard:

This is the second Yamaha keyboard I've gotten. It is for my 10 year old grandson. He is very pleased with it. He also started on trumpet. The different instrument sounds were more natural on the old one.

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