Pleasant Sound, Medium-Weight Touch And Good Value For Money
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The Yamaha YDP140 digital piano has a Grand Hammer Standard (GHS) keyboard action and an all-new, highly attractive dark rosewood grain finish. A padded bench is standard and it also includes a wood music rest, sliding key cover, pedal frame with three piano-style pedals and a modesty panel.
The Yamaha YDP140 also features duet-friendly twin headphone jacks, a choice of six voices, and a high-efficiency 6W x 2 stereo amplifier for the two internal speakers, and four types of reverb.
With onboard, single-song recording capabilities, the new YDP140 Arius piano captures note-for-note performances as a rehearsal tool or as a quick and easy musical scratch pad. The built-in “50 Greats for the Piano” songs will fill your home with music – whether or not there’s someone sitting at the bench. Because both instruments include 64 Voice polyphony and MIDI
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