Yamaha P70 Contemporary Digital PianoProduct #707070 Yamaha 707070 CFAB Stage Digital Pianos https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Perfect for the beginner or the advanced player who wants a very portable, powerful keyboard.
88 graded hammer keys with realistic piano and instrument voices offer acoustic feel with the advanced features of a digital. 32 notes of polyphony; 10 voices, including grand piano, EP, pipe organ, and strings; dual voice mode; reverb; MIDI I/O; and sustain pedal, it's the perfect no-nonsense portable piano. Built-in speakers and 50 built-in songs. 1/8" headphone jack and low 28 lb. weight.
- 88-notes graded hammer action
- 32-notes of polyphony
- 10 voices: grand piano, EP, pipe organ, and strings
- Dual voice mode
- Digital reverb
- FC5 sustain pedal and music rest included
- MIDI I/O
- Headphone/sustain jack
P70 Contemporary Digital Piano Specifications:
- Keyboard: graded-hammer effect, 88 keys
Tone generator: AWM, stereo sampling
Polyphony: max. 32 notes
Voices: 10 voices
Performance Modes: dual
Pedal: sustain pedal (when optional FC3 Foot Pedal is connected, the half-damper pedal effect can be used)
Demo songs: 10 voice demo songs, 50 preset songs
Connectors: headphones, MIDI-IN/OUT
Amplifiers: 6W x 2
Speakers: 12 x 6 cm x 2
51-1/2" W x 5" H x 13-1/2"D.
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My sister who is a great pianist bought this kind of keyboard in the Philippines.She is so impressed with it's weighted keys , the very good sound and it's portability .When I went back to California , although I already have aYamaha grand piano I still bought myself the same Yamaha P70 .I like it so much because I can carry it anywhere especailly if I am asked to play in places where piano is not available or if I am not comfortable with their available piano.I have recomended this model to a couple of my piano students because of its affordability and size .
Nothing beats the feel of this Yamaha keyboard. It has a 'graded hammer action' so it feels like a real acoustic piano. The piano sounds also sound very good to me, and the instrument is responsive. I've played this for about a year and it has held up great. I always get compliments from other players who are surprised they get real piano sound & touch and a quality Yamaha board at such a low price.