Yamaha DGX620 keyboard - 88 graded hammer-action keys with touch response, 500 sounds, 3 live voices, 5 cool voices, 8 sweet voices, 135
styles, lyrics and score display, internal music database, performance assistant, reverb, chorus, master EQ, internal 6 track recorder, Yamaha
Education Suite version 4, pitch bend wheel, USB-device & USB-host connections, sustain pedal input, headphone/line out (stereo jack), 2x 6W
speakers. Dimensions: 139.8 x 45.7 x 15.3cm. Shipping weight: 35kg. Colour: Silver.
- 88-key GHS (Graded Hammer Standard) weighted action
- Wood grain stand, sustain pedal and adapter included
- USB connection
- Bitmap screen displays score and lyrics
- Large wave ROM features "Live" stereo grand piano sample
- Full keyboard and multi fingering modes
- Five types of master EQ
- Music Database includes 267 keyboard set-ups by song title
- USB MIDI & PC button
- 500 XGlite/GM voices including 8 Sweet, 3 Live and 5 Cool voices
- Yamaha Education Suite interactive lessons
- 32 note polyphony
- Performance assistant
- Dual and Split modes
- 150 styles plus user
- 30 internal songs, 70 more on CD
- Blue backlit display and panel lights
- Pitch bend wheel
- 6-track sequencer
- Headphone and sustain pedal output jacks
- Two-way stereo speaker system with bass ports
- Music rest
Questions and Comments about the DGX620
Re your article regarding private lessons, i fully recommend them. i would
also suggest that the teacher be of mature years as i had and they stood no
nonsense. sorry about the delay re youre e-mail but ive just come out of
hospital.everything ok.i have just purchased a yahama dgx 620 and love it to
bits.please warn potential buyers that the base frame is rather weak. i
made a new base myself and its all go.
What are your reviews on the Yamaha DGX620.??? Do you have any other suggestion that i could buy...
My teacher said i should buy weighted digital paino as it is good to learn on a weighted piano..
would love some advice from u
Reply/ Hi Gary
I don't advise on buying the Yamaha DGX620. The keys are weighted buy not enough. You really need to look at a digital piano such as the
Yamaha YDP131 or (for even more money) the Yamaha CLP220.
You can check these both out here:
It is essential to get a piano that has heavily weighted keys so if you want to play a real piano at a later time you will be able to make the
transition much easier.
The key weight on all keyboards is too light and I advise you to spend a little more money on a digital piano.