Earlier this winter, the new Yamaha DGX640 contemporary digital piano was introduced at Winter NAMM 2010. Replacing the best-selling YPG635, the DGX640 is ideal for musical home entertainment, piano students and keyboard hobbyists of all ages. The DGX640W has a walnut finish, and the DGX640C has a cherry finish.
The Yamaha DGX640 offers excellent value for a digital piano in this price range. Beyond Yamaha’s unsurpassed acoustic piano heritage and brand, this musical keyboard offers remarkable touch and tone, quality of styles and an industry-leading three-year warranty. Included are such features as an 88-key Graded Hammer Standard (GHS) keyboard, auto-accompaniment, Style content and a front panel USB device port for storing user songs or importing song files from external sources, to make creating and saving music quicker and easier than ever. A high-quality speaker system is also placed on the front panel, providing optimum tonal positioning for the user.
The DGX-640 additionally offers interactive features for multi-student music education labs. It can also be used in conjunction with the LP7A 3-pedal unit (for more piano-like performance) and the WB2 bench.
The DGX640 is expected to ship in July 2010 and comes in two finishes: Walnut and Cherry. For more information, visit www.AndysMusicOnline.com, or call Andy’s Music at 251-633-8944.