Yamaha makes more than just guitars, they make keyboards too. One of our most popular models is the Yamaha YDP223 digital piano.
There are many useful features built into the YDP223 that apply to musicians at any level of playing ability. In fact, the YDP223 is the digital piano of choice for home hobbyists, professionals, music students and music institutions. For example, the keyboard has MIDI In/Out/Thru plus a To Host jack, which are necessary for connecting to computers. Anything you play on the digital piano can be captured into a music program in your computer and turned into music notation. If you wish, you can send the file to your friends and family or just archive it like you would a photograph.
Another best seller is the Yamaha CP300, the flagship of the stage piano series. The CP300 features a 40MB 3-Layer stereo piano sample with sustain and key-off, and graded hammer action keys. With XLR outputs and master-keyboard functionality, integrated XG tone-generator, 16 track sequencer and built in loudspeakers the CP 300 is a star of studio, stage, and study.
Drawing on their rich tradition and experience, the Yamaha CP300 gives the live performer all the sound and expressiveness of a superbly mic’d grand piano with the portability and versatility of a modern digital piano. The CP300 remains true to the CP series heritage.
Following in the footsteps of the CP300 is the Yamaha CP33, which is the perfect find for the player who’s looking for first class piano sound and feel in a compact portable keyboard. Three layer stereo samples including sustain and key-off samples provide the scope of expression which is usually only available from acoustic instruments.
Despite its full 88-key keyboard, realistic grand piano sound and extensive features, the CP33 is exceptionally compact, light and portable. It goes wherever you go, sets up anywhere you need, and gives you complete piano performance everywhere you play.