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Old 06-04-2011, 07:36 AM
 
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Yamaha P95B Digital Piano, Black

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Rating: 5 out of 5
  • Currently 5.0/5.0

Pianos. One of the most beautiful instruments around. What's the next best thing to a regular piano? The electric piano. This instrument has been one of the most successful devices in the rock industry.

A Yamaha is my product of choice. The Yamaha P95B Digital Piano, Black. Here's just a few things that it has to offer: It has an 88-note GHS. It voices 10. The piano is in stereo. 64-note polyphony. 50 built-in piano songs. Weighing in at 36.4 pounds. Has a MIDI in and out. Includes an FC3 pedal.

The listing price of the piano is $899.00. Comparing a grand piano, small piano, and an electric piano. Nothing can beat a grand piano. The way it sounds is unmatched.

There's no way any electric piano, or a standard version can beat its quality in sound. Grand pianos are very nice and all, but they offer no portability. Standard pianos offer similar sound to a grand piano. They too lack portability. But I see very little disappointment in either.

Electric pianos don't have the superior sound like grand and standard pianos do. But they do mimic the sound very close however. If you were standing out in a hall and you heard a melody. And if an electric piano was as loud as a grand piano, (if you aren't musically inclined, you may not know the difference, no kidding).

If I had the money and choice, (believe me or not), I'd choose the Yamaha. Why you ask? To tell you the truth I want an instrument to take any place. You might want to take this instrument to a club, to your friend's next door, or even play a song for your mom.

No matter what you like better, small, medium or large. If the Yamaha fits your budget, it could make a great Christmas gift!

Review by professional reviewer, Oct. 2, 2010
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