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New Yamaha Digital Pianos Launched Today
The P-35 is an affordable yet professional instrument and is the first digital piano in Yamaha's legendary P series.
With its 88, full size graded hammer action keys and its slick design this piano is beautifully simple and user friendly.
Its Advanced Wave Memory sampled tones and built-in amplification system make this the perfect choice for home use.
The second addition to Yamaha's P series is the P-105 digital piano with more voices, 'Pianist Styles' accompaniments, 128 note polyphony, Aux line out and USB to host it is perfect for home, schools, studio or stage.
The P-105 is the first digital piano in the P-series to use the 'Pure CF Sound Engine' with sampled tones from an authentic Yamaha concert grand piano all of which are conveyed through impressive true circle speakers.
Finally, the elegant Arius YDP-S51 has been designed to both look and function like a full acoustic piano with its sleek casing, folding cover, music rest and three metal pedals.
This piano uses Yamaha's unique new technology, 'Acoustic Optimizer', to enrich the sound and control the resonance allowing unusually powerful and rich sounds to come from an extremely compact instrument.
All three of these new Yamaha digital pianos are now available from Gear4music.com.
Posted on 3 Sep 2012 16:40 to category : Instruments News
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