A fully weighted digital piano with 88 full-sized piano-style keys
GHS weighted action is heavier in the low keys and lighter in the high keys, just like an acoustic piano
The pure CF sound engine faithfully reproduces the tone of the acclaimed Yamaha 9′ CFIIIS Concert Grand piano. Tempo Range: 5 – 280
Steel Construction; 3 position height adjustment
Folds for easy storage
Wooden furniture stand for Yamaha P125B Digital Piano
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18 customer reviews
4.4 out of 5 stars
|Date first listed on Amazon||August 8, 2018|
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One or two of the organ sounds are interesting as well, but I find most of the strings and electric piano sounds kinda cheesy. I’ll probably stick to the default piano sound, which is why I bought it anyway.
Only substantial downside is the sustain pedal, which is a cheap piece of plastic crap. I’ll look into replacing it instantly.
July 16, 2018
– both classical and popular music – and needed something portable to play after hours in private (my grand piano is in the living room with the TV). This digital keyboard works well as a supplemental instrument for that purpose: the tone is good, always in tune, lots of sound variety (in fact, the harpsichord helps me sound more authentic with Baroque, e.g. Bach, Scarlatti, keyboard music), and the keys are weighted as advertised. However, this is not a substitute for the real thing. For an experienced player, there is still a difference in weighted acoustic vs digital instrument keys. Also, I need to use the pedal differently on the Yamaha digital piano, e.g. hold it down longer, delay releasing it, to get the corresponding sound as I would on the Steinway (is that what is referred to as the “polyphony” perhaps?). All this said, the Yamaha is a lot of fun to play especially pop music and standard tunes (less so for classical) – good instrument for pop music, always in perfect tune (as I noted previously) and most importantly, it does allow me to play when I get the whim to do so guilt-free late at night after 11 PM (or when my wife is watching TV and I don’t want to chase her away.) so I stay in practice–and it’s reasonably portable! Bottom line: good second instrument at a very reasonable price for what you get, very space efficient.
June 25, 2018
Unfortunately no battery power as far as I know but that was expected.