Yamaha P-121 Digital Piano, 73-Key

Yamaha P-121 Digital Piano, 73-Key

This keyboard is ready to go! The Yamaha P-121 is compact, light, with a no-nonsense panel layout and smooth GHS weighted-action keys for a comfortable feel.

Yamaha P70 Digital Piano

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Keyboard: Graded Hammer Standard keyboard, 88 keys

Tone generator: AWM, Stereo Sampling

Polyphony: max. 32 notes

Voices: 10 voices

Effects: reverb

Performance modes: dual

Pedal: sustain pedal (When an optional FC3 Foot Pedal is connected, the half-damper pedal effect can be used.)

Demo Songs: 10 voice demo songs, 50 preset songs

Connectors: headphones, MIDI-IN/OUT

Amplifiers: 6W x 2

Speakers: 12 x 6 cm x 2

Dimensions (W x D x H): 1,330 x 355 x 133 mm (52-3/8 in. x 14 in. x 5-1/4 in.)

Weight: 13.0 kg (28 lbs. 11 oz.)

Included accessories: music rest, FC5 foot pedal, AC power adapter *

Optional accessory: keyboard stand (L-70 / L-70S)
If you have additional warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer at 714-522-9011

Yamaha P70 Digital Piano

Offering elegant design and exceptional value, the Yamaha P-70 is just right for the home user. You will be impressed not only by its compact size and lightweight body, but also by its superior sound quality.

Yamaha's new Graded Hammer Standard keyboard

Compact, elegant design perfect for practicing or performing

Authentic AWM stereo sampled voices

Built-in library of 50 piano songs

True-To-Life Sound
The P-70 has an amazingly realistic sound quality usually only found in more expensive models. Using Yamaha's own AWM stereo sampling, sounds were recorded directly from a variety of instruments. Each voice is recorded in stereo, and thus faithfully replicates the sound and warmth of the original instrument.

Elegant Design
While the sound quality of the P-70 captivates, it also compels with its impressive visual design. Lightweight construction, curved corners, and built-in speakers make the P-70 look stunning in virtually any setting. Choose from either black or silver to complement your own personal style.

Graded Hammer Standard Keyboard
Responsive piano action is at your fingertips with the new Graded Hammer Standard keyboard. Yamaha's GHS keyboard recreates the feel of a grand piano. This allows you seamless transition from digital practice to acoustic performance. The P-70 not only duplicates the sound of a real piano, it emulates the feel and action as well.

The Sounds You Need
The P-70 features an array of commonly used sounds such as grand pianos, electric pianos, organs, harpsichords, vibraphones, and strings. Each of these sounds has been recorded and recreated with Yamaha's unrivaled attention to detail.

Built-in Stereo Speaker System
Yamaha's integrated speaker system makes bulky powered speakers a thing of the past. The P Series uses highly efficient amplifiers that pack more sound into a lighter digital piano. With 6 watts per channel, these keyboards are ready to go whenever you are.

Half (Continuous) Pedaling Capability
Rather than simply switching sustain on or off, the P-70 responds to 127 levels of pedal depth. This allows for a more authentic piano performance by emulating the fluid control a pianist has over the damper pedal. Half pedaling is just one more example of Yamaha's dedication to its acoustic piano heritage.

Optional Matching Stand
Complement your P-70 with an attractive stand designed to match the look and feel of this fine product. Match your choice of colors with either the L-70 or the L-70S.

50 Preset Piano Songs at Your Fingertips
Play along with or simply relax to the P-70 selection of 50 piano classics. Learn your favorite piano pieces on the P-70 by muting the left or right hand parts of any song for hands-separate practice. You play one hand, while your digital piano accompanies you with the other.
(81 ratings)
Submitted August 24, 2006 by a customer from xmission.com
"It is exactly what I needed."
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I plan to keep this piano for a long time. I have had a top of the line Roland and found I just didn't need that much instrument for my purposes. This one is just right.
Sounds like my Yamaha acoustic piano. I am a piano teacher and bought it to use as a second keyboard for duets and teaching. I use them together for piano teaching. The speakers are not a loud as I might like, but the sound is good.
It came with a pedal, but I purchased a better one. The only feature I wish is had is a built in metronome. That comes at a higher price.
Ease of Use
It was very easy to figure out. You have to get used to the keys to press to change voices. I mainly use the grand piano voice and occasionally the harpsicord.
It had a very nice look. I have it right next to my Yahama grand and it looks great. Yamaha products are always reliable.
For the price, it is the best available. If you need more voices, and more bells and whistles, you can get them at a higher price. I am very happy with it.
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I have have several Yamaha products and have always been pleased with them. The are consistently good quality.
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