The Yamaha DGX-203 Digital Grand Portable Keyboard features 76 keys and a new ROM that's loaded with Sweet! and Cool! voices plus a pitch bend wheel. A 6-track sequencer lets you record your creations... Click To Read More About This Product
The Yamaha DGX-203 Digital Grand Portable Keyboard features 76 keys and a new ROM that's loaded with Sweet! and Cool! voices plus a pitch bend wheel. A 6-track sequencer lets you record your creations. The Performance Assistant and EZ Song Arranger help you develop and rearrange your songs and the improved Yamaha Education Suite includes a new Your Tempo feature that listens to your performance then slows down the tempo in difficult sections. A Repeat and Learn function helps you nail songs and techniques. A USB connector plus one-touch PC button offer plug-and-play connectivity and MIDI transmission to your PC. Flash ROM memory lets you store new songs.
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This keyboard is a great portable keyboard for anyone who needs hundreds of different sounds. This keyboard can pretty much make any sound that you can think of. You can also just record you're own music on the keyboard, play it back, and then play over it. That's a really cool feature for a solo artist. This is a really cool keyboard, I don't even play piano (my mom does) and I can find things to do on there which are good for my band.
What makes this keyboard great is the features. There are over 400 different sounds you can make and there are so many beats as well. Another great thing is you can record! Not only can you record but you can record tracks on top of eachother. Its really amazing what this inexpensive keyboard can do. It's MIDI capable, so you can log onto the computer and download songs to play along to or even make changes to using the Auto Arranger.
This is a good keyboard to go with if you are on a budget, but it's not for someone who wants to be a serious musician. This keyboard was given to me by a friend of mine who upgraded to something better. When I first got it he showed me all the features and I thought it was pretty cool, but after a week or so I was bored with it. It has a memory bank where you can record up to 5 of your own songs, which is probably the only thing that kept me from smashing it. It has a lot of voices, more than most portables, but most of them sound the same to me. Out of all the voices there were probably only five or six I actually used. Like I said, this is a keyboard you can find in a pawn shop... don't spend any serious money on it. There's probably a reason guitar center is discontinueing this keyboard... it's just not worth the money.