Yamaha CLP240 - Dark Rosewood
Available in four colours: dark rosewood, cherry, mahogany or polished ebony.
The Yamaha CLP240 is discontinued. Check out the new model CLP340
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3 year warranty (any faults will be repaired in your home or the piano collected and replaced)
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The CLP240 is a medium-class digital piano with professional sounds.
- GH-3 Keyboard with 88 Keys
- 28 Voices, 64-voices polyphonic
- Internal Flash-Rom for Songs
- USB to Host
- USB to Device
- 14 Demo Songs
- MIDI In/Out/Thru
- 2 Headphone-PlugIns and Headphone-Rest
- Amp with 2 x 40 Watt
- Free Music Book - 50 Greats For The Piano
Free delivery to UK, Ireland and most European Countries.
The piano comes flat-packed and is very easy to assemble. The electronics and keyboard are fixed in - all you have to do is
assemble the stand. There are only 4 screws that fix the stand to the keyboard and 4 more to fix the stand together.
I do advise two people to do the job though - purely because of the keyboard's weight - It is heavy and safer to have a helping
hand when lifting it on to the stand.
Yamaha CLP240 M. Discontinued. Check out the new model CLP340
Yamaha CLP240 PE. Discontinued. Check out the new model CLP340
Yamaha CLP240 C. Discontinued. Check out the new model CLP340
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Questions and Comments
I've run across your site today after a bit of shopping locally for a digital piano here in the United States.
I went to two main local piano shops; one carried Roland and the other Yamaha. I was impressed by both (though my expectations were low) and
the Yamaha CLP 240 impressed me the most in terms of sound and action. However, even that has more bells and whistles than I need, and is already
at the upper registers of my price range.
I need a digital piano ONLY because an acoustic won't do for the next several years of my life (price, sound, maintenance). I don't care for
any bells and whistles other than a faithful reproduction of acoustic nuances (as best as can be expected) and keyboard touch/action. All I want
to pay for is quality construction and a very high quality sound module (note decay, sympathetic resonance, sustain samples, etc). I thought
maybe you would have some recommendations on
what is available to someone in the USA...?
Reply/ Hi Ethan
The Yamaha CLP240 has a better sound and touch over all the Roland digital pianos.
If your budget allows, you may also want to check out the CLP270, or the CLP280.
You get a slightly better sound quality with these two models.