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New Yamaha Arius YDP-164 Digital Pianos

Yamaha Arius YDP164R Digital Piano

The new Yamaha Arius YDP-164R and Yamaha Arius YDP-164B digital pianos are the replacement for the current YDP-163 series. Upgrades from the YDP163 include Smart Pianist App compatibility, and CFX Concert Grand piano samples.

The Smart Pianist App not only gives you full control over your piano’s major functions using your smart device, but also analyzes your favorite songs right out of your music library using chord tracker technology. It allows you to use functions like selecting Voices, controlling the metronome, or displaying the score on your smart device. It is available as a free download from Yamaha, and requires the UD-WL01 USB Wireless LAN adaptor when using WIFI.

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New – Yamaha Arius YDP-144B & YDP-144R Digital Pianos

Yamaha Arius YDP-144

Yamaha Arius YDP-144 Digital Piano

Yamaha recently announced two new Arius digital pianos, the YDP-144R and YDP-144B 88-key digital pianos with matching bench and stand. They replace the current models YPD-143B and YDP-143R.

Features include:

  • CFX Premium Grand Piano Voice
  • 192 note polyphony
  • Graded Hammer Standard (GHS) 88-key piano keyboard action with matte black key tops
  • Half-damper pedal control
  • 8 watts x 2 stereo speaker system
  • Smart Pianist app provides full control over your piano’s major functions

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Yamaha CP-73 digital piano
Yamaha CP-88 digital piano

Yamaha CP73 & CP88 Stage Pianos – New !

Yamaha CP73 & CP88 Digital Pianos

         Yamaha CP73 & CP88 Digital Pianos

January 15, 2019 – Yamaha just announced two new digital pianos, the CP73 and CP88 Stage Pianos. They feature authentic acoustic and electric piano sounds, realistic piano touch and an easy to use interface.

These new digital pianos, designed from scratch, feature some of Yamaha’s best piano voices, and a new, redesigned user interface. Yamaha went back to the ’70s when they were choosing model numbers for these new pianos, because they mirror the monikers of the analog CP30 electric piano and CP70 electric grand of the late 1970’s.

The sampled voices from these new stage pianos are derived from the Yamaha CFX and Bosendorfer Imperial pianos, two of the finest concert grand pianos available today. The new design contains three main sections, Piano, Electric Piano and Sub, and each section can be combined or split in various combinations.

The three main sections are arranged in a simple to use interface that eliminates menu diving, while independent sound selection – volume, tone, on/off, split, and octave-shift controls –  make creating performance setups an easy task. These Setups can be saved as Live Sets, instantly accessed by eight buttons, and the real-time controls make adjusting to the song-set hassle free. Another cool feature, the Advanced Mode allows you to split and layer voice combinations your choice.

Important features include:
• Three premium grand pianos: CFX, S700 and Bösendorfer Imperial 290
• Two upright piano Voices: vintage U1 and flagship SU7
• Five electric pianos for covering all music genres back to the 1970s
• Yamaha CP OS updates enhance features and add new instrument Voices
• CP OS v1.1 adds 67 Rd (Bright and Dark), Wide Wr & Yamaha C7 grand piano Voices
• Dedicated effects and effect controls for each Section (Piano, E Piano and Sub)
• Master delay, reverb and EQ effects with dedicated realtime controls
• Soundmondo social sound sharing gives access to thousands of free sounds
• Seamless Sound Switching: change sounds while holding notes without sound cutoff
• Balanced Hammer 73-note action designed for playing electric pianos (CP73)
• One-to-one UI for direct sound control during stage or studio performance
• 2 Ch. USB Audio/MIDI Interface for audio recording and playback & MIDI control
• Balanced XLR & unbalanced ¼” stereo outputs covers a wide-range of connectivity
• Four-zone Master Keyboard mode lets you control external hardware and software
• Dual 1/4″ AUX line inputs connects second keyboards, mobile devices and more

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Yamaha CP88 Soft Case
Yamaha CP73 Soft Case
Yamaha YDP-144R Digital Piano
Yamaha YDP-144B Digital Piano

 

Yamaha P-125B Digital Piano – In Stock

 

Yamaha P125

Yamaha P-125B

 

We recently received our first shipment of the new Yamaha P125 88-key weighted action digital piano. It replaces the current model, P115, with updated features and sounds.

Check it out here: https://www.andysmusic.com/products/yamaha-p125b.html

 

New Yamaha YDP-S34 Digital Piano

YAMAHA YDPS34

YAMAHA ARIUS YDP-S34 DIGITAL PIANO

NAMM January 25, 2018 – Yamaha has just announced the release of their newest 88-key weighted action digital piano, the YAMAHA ARIUS YDP-S34.

The Arius YDP-S34 digital piano lets you express your creativity through a stylish, affordable, and compact design that brings smart design and elegance to any room.

Features include: GHS weighted action, CFX premium grand sound, 192 note polyphone, string and damper resonance, and much more. The new YDPS34 should be available from Andy’s Music in April, 2018.

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New Yamaha YDP-184 Digital Piano

Yamaha Arius YDP-184 Digital Piano

Yamaha Arius YDP-184 Digital Piano

The Yamaha Arius YDP-184R digital piano is the new flagship of the YDP Digital Piano Series. The Yamaha CFX piano sample, Virtual Resonance Modeling (VRM) and the GH3 keyboard action set it apart from its closest kin, the YDP-181.

The GH3 Graded Hammer action uses the same hammering system and springless mechanism of a grand piano. As a result, it reproduces the authentic piano touch, from the heavy feel in the lower register to a lighter touch in the upper keys.

It also features a three-sensor setup which facilitates quick note repetition and authentic expressive control while producing a grand piano style experience. Additionally, synthetic ivory key tops provide a tactile surface to the white keys, absorbing moisture from the fingers and preventing them from slipping.

The keyboard action of a digital piano is very important to most piano teachers, more so than price or tone. Although the sound is a close second to touch, with price being a distant third prerequisite. Let me give you an example.

When one of our piano teacher customers comes looking for a digital piano to recommend to a student, the very first thing the teacher does is touch and play the keys. If it feels authentic, they’ll continue the search process and listen to the instrument. If it doesn’t feel right, they move to another instrument without hesitating.

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New Yamaha Digital Stage Pianos

Yamaha-CP4-Stage-2

Yamaha recently introduced the CP4 and CP40 Stage Pianos. They feature a selection of grand piano sounds based on the Yamaha CFIIIs, one of Yamaha’s Premium Collection grand pianos.

The CP40 also includes a selection of vintage electric pianos with VCM effects and a variety of sounds from Yamaha’s Motif round out the sound set. With this versatile setup,you’re ready for any musical situation. Some of the classic Yamaha sounds on-board are the DX7, CP80 electric grand, DX Rhodes, Wurlitzer, and many, many, more.

One touch is all it takes to layer and split sounds on the CP40. The large lighted buttons make it easy to split and layer sounds even on the darkest stages, allowing you to switch from a full piano, to a piano voice layered with strings, or piano with a split bass sound. The Main Solo function lets you go back to playing piano across the entire keyboard with the touch of a button.

  • 15 CFIII grand piano voices
  • 35 Vintage electric pianos (tine, reed, DX and original CP80)
  • 247 Voices including Basses, Clavs, Organs, Strings and Pads based on our flagship Motif
  • 62 Virtual Circuit Modeling effects, Reverb, Chorus, Master 3 band EQ and Compressor
  • 88 Note Graded Hammer action
  • Slim, elegant lightweight design (36 lbs.) for portability
  • FC3 foot pedal for half damper and sound board resonance included

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Yamaha P105B Digital Piano

Yamaha P105B Digital Piano

Have you ever been jealous of guitar players who tote their axes so easily to parties? How many times have you said to yourself, “Self, if only I could bring my piano along?” Hey! Stop talking to yourself. It’s unattractive at parties. Now, thanks to the  Yamaha P105 digital piano, you can bring your piano with you and make like Rachmaninoff or Tori Amos.

Weighing in at less than 26 pounds, the P105 can be tucked under your arm, or nestled into a nifty, lightweight keyboard case. With its built-in 14-watt stereo system, two-way loudspeakers, and the Intelligent Acoustic Control system, great sound is right at your fingertips without the need for a separate PA system.

Portability is just the tip of the iceberg. The P105 has 88 touch-sensitive keys that feel almost like an acoustic piano. Yamaha calls this the Graded Hammer (GH) touch sensitivity system, and it means lower notes can be pressed hard, while higher notes are more sensitive and responsive. No other instrument in this class offers such fine-tuned touch sensitivity. In fact, there are instruments far more expensive that don’t even come close.

“But how’s the sound?” you ask yourself. There you go, talking to yourself again! The P105 sounds amazing. It comes loaded with Yamaha’s PureCF sound system, giving you the richness and clarity of Yamaha’s CFIIS concert grand piano, a $120,000 instrument that you can’t tuck under your arm and take with you.

There’s even more! At the touch of a button, the P105 plays along with you in 10 different styles, including arpeggio, march, rag, boogie, swing, blues, slow rock, jazz ballad, waltz and jazz waltz. With 10 different drum machine patterns, it’s like bringing your own band to a party or event. How about splitting the keyboard? Play walking bass with your left hand and piano with your right. Or use two sounds at the same time, like piano with strings, for a really rich sound.

There’s even a USB port to hook your P105 directly to your computer or iPad. Yamaha now offers the NoteStar digital sheet music application for iPad, featuring hands-free, smooth-flowing, easy-to-read digital sheet music accompanied by realistic audio backing tracks and vocals.

The Yamaha P105 might just be the most versatile entry-level digital piano on the market. With 14 different “voices” and 128-note polyphony, this instrument is a powerhouse. The back panel sports audio outs, allowing you to hook it up to a mixer, PA system, or high-end sound system for those times you find yourself needing more juice.

So get a move on while parties are in full swing. Order your P105 today and your social calendar might fill up faster than you ever dreamed.

New Yamaha CP4 and CP40 Stage Pianos

Yamaha-CP4-Stage-2

Yamaha has just announced the new CP4 and CP40 digital pianos. They replace the current models CP5 and CP50.

The CP4 features voices from Yamaha’s Premium Collection of hand crafted grand pianos, including the CFX, CFIIIS and the S6. These sounds were hand selected by Yamaha artists for the CP4, and are sure to please even the most critical player. But that’s not all.

To round out the set of professional voices, the CP4 Stage also includes vintage electric pianos with VCM stomp box effects and a variety of bass, clav, organ, strings and pad sounds from the Yamaha Motif synthesizer. A sampling of the sounds included are the classic DX7 Rhodes sound, CP80 electric grand, Wurlitzer electric piano and many others.

The new Yamaha CP40 Stage digital piano also features a selection of grand piano sounds based on the Yamaha CFIII, one of Yamaha’s Premium Collection grand pianos.

The CP40 also includes a selection of vintage electric pianos with VCM effects and a variety of sounds from Yamaha’s Motif round out the sound set. With this versatile setup,you’re ready for any musical situation.

These new models will be available in October 2013. For more information visit www.AndysMusic.com, or call Andy’s Music at 251-633-8944.