Yamaha Clavinova Digital Piano Model CLP735
Newly sampled voices of the CFX and Bösendorfer Imperial grand pianos, featuring binaural sound from these two world renowned pianos. Also enjoy playing along with a variety of rhythms, as well as two new fortepiano voices.
- 38 voices, including 2 fortepiano voices (Mozart Piano/Chopin Piano)
- Improved VRM (Virtual Resonance Modelling)
- Grand Expression Modelling
- GrandTouch-S™ keyboard with synthetic ebony and ivory keytops
- 30 W x 2 amplifiers
- 16 cm x 2 speaker system
- USB Audio Recorder (Playback/Recording: WAV)
- 20 rhythms
- Smart Pianist App integration
I bought a piano today. I got the Clavinova 735.
I want to thank you for all your help and advice. It was really helpful. The dizzying world of piano technology was starting to overwhelm me. Your book and subsequent guidance made a great difference in my approach and decision criteria.
Thanks Again, Bill
Questions and Answers
I have enjoyed your Guide and various follow ups.
All things considered, we would like to buy from the Yamaha CLP-700 Series.
Am I right in thinking that a key part of selecting within this range is the difference of wooden keys? I read this part of your Guide, noting the potential pitfalls, but Yamaha themselves identify wooden keys as a significant distinguishing feature between the CLP-745 and the CLP-735. They say the CLP-745 is where this step up comes and is worth the investment.
Your advice would be appreciated on this specific comparison please, including in price terms.
Many thanks, Helen
Reply/ Dear Helen
Yes, the CLP745 has the wooden keys and it feels closer
to playing a real piano than the CLP735.
Its key touch is also more responsive which makes
it more suitable for playing advanced technical pieces
requiring faster repetition.