Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States on May 8, 2018
I am really happy with this instrument, and surprised at the quality of the sound and the price. I've always liked Yamaha products, motorcycles, tuner/amplifiers, guitars, and now keyboards. It's been awhile since I've bought anything, so was a little concerned whether the quality was still there. I'm happy to say the quality is still there!
This device has many diff sounds and options, but all I really wanted was a piano type keyboard, and this one fits the bill. The keys are full size, the touch is fine, and it really sounds like a piano. I fiddled with a cpl other optional sounds, guitar, voice (chorale, really pretty), I guess Grand Piano is the default. I'm not an expert, I can't address what qualities make a good piano good, but for my beginning needs and questionable talent this keyboard is just right. It's light enough that I can move it around, set it on a coffee table ( it has soft pads, won't scratch anything) or whatever; just plug it in and play. 61(full size) keys is plenty for me, and makes the size good for serious work while still being portable. Tones gradually fade if you keep the keys depressed, like a piano, or stop abruptly if you raise up your fingers. I believe a Sustain pedal is available, plus a stand if you need one (I don't). I haven't hooked it up to any other devices, spkrs or whatever, but the sound from the instrument is better than I expected and all I need for now...and plenty loud enough; I just had it on about 1/4 volume. I bought it to replace a Casio I had yrs ago, and every thing about this keyboard is better than my old Casio, and $50 less in price(the Casio did have a stand, and no complaints).
It may not be a professional type electric piano, but it's def not a toy. I'm very happy with this purchase!
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