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The LP-7 Pedal Unit for Yamaha YPG-635 electric piano is a 3-pedal unit that gives you virtually the same level of expressive control as that of actual acoustic grand pianos, including Half Damper eff... Read More

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Overview

The LP-7 Pedal Unit for Yamaha YPG-635 electric piano is a 3-pedal unit that gives you virtually the same level of expressive control as that of actual acoustic grand pianos, including Half Damper effect, with more realistic control over the sustained sound. In addition to Damper, Soft, and Sostenuto control, the left pedal adds special control to the Classical Guitar and Sweet Muted Trumpet voices.

Also works with the Yamaha DGX640 (#485991) and DGX630B (584332).

Features
  • Damper, Soft, and Sostenuto pedals
  • Half Damper effect for expressive control over sustained sound
  • Perfect for piano players and music students
  • Allows the performer to add more refined musical expressiveness
  • Left pedal can be assigned to control some of the internal Voices
Specifications
  • Dimensions: 12" H x 5.8" W x 7" D
    Weight: 13 lb.
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YamahaLP-7 Pedal Unit
 
3.2

(based on 9 reviews)

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3.0

I would recommend.

By Onyedika

from Houston, TX & Nigeria

About Me Professional Musician

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Excellent Sound Quality
  • Responsive

Cons

  • Difficult To Use

Best Uses

  • Piano Tutoring

Comments about Yamaha LP-7 Pedal Unit:

It fits perfectly on my DGX650B. Something should be done about that gray color. The damper pedal works just fine but it hurts the feet after a long time. Kids might find it difficult to depress for a long time. There is barely any difference the soft pedal does used. The middle pedal is practically without any use - except there is something I am yet to learn about it.

 
5.0

Awesome product!!

By Marc

from Silver Spring, MD

About Me Novice

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Compact Design
  • Good Selection Of Effects
  • Versatile

Cons

  • Gray, not quite match with black DGX 660

Best Uses

  • Amateur Recording
  • Home Studio

Comments about Yamaha LP-7 Pedal Unit:

I absolutely love the pedal unit. A DGX 660 is not complete without this unit. Not only it extends the sound of the piano voices, it also extend other instruments, making the DGX sounds even more realistic. Now, if I can figure out how the foot pedal that comes with the DGX works.... it is a bit flimsy.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

No More Wandering Sustain Pedal

By Aviatrix

from West Jordan, UT

About Me Professional Musician

Verified Buyer

Pros

    Cons

    • Pedals are made of plastic. Cheap Design.
    • Wire is about 3 inches too short to hide all.

    Best Uses

    • Home Studio

    Comments about Yamaha LP-7 Pedal Unit:

    Cross bar is very heavy duty. However, I'm not sure the plastic pedals will hold up for years with 10-20 hours of use per week. The connecting cable is about 3 inches too short to be completely hidden.

     
    2.0

    So So Product!

    By Dproven

    from Westchester, IL

    About Me Experienced

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Only multi pedal unit for my Yamaha I could find

    Cons

    • Difficult To Use
    • Not Responsive

    Best Uses

      Comments about Yamaha LP-7 Pedal Unit:

      the Sustain pedal doesnt compare to the separate pedals you can buy. Pedals are small and you really have to press them ALL THE WAY DOWN for them to activate and then any movement upwards will release the switch. I will use them since they are the only multipedal units I could find.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      feels right!

      By Randy Gorringe _

      from Oakland

      Comments about Yamaha LP-7 Pedal Unit:

      Definitely an improvement over the standard plastic sustatin pedal that comes with the DGX 640 which would keep walking away from me when I was playing. It was easy to attach.

      (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      Pedal board for 635 piano

      By Cordelia Peters

      from Enola, PA

      Comments about Yamaha LP-7 Pedal Unit:

      As a long-time piano player, I wanted the feel of a real piano so I ordered the pedals. One reviewer said that they look cheap and I must agree. It would also be more visually appealing if it would be available in the colors of the pianos (same with the benches). I notice that the response of the pedals is unpiano like. The sustain is OK, the loud and soft pedals have little effect. They take more effort than a piano to push down, but not the extreme effort that another reviewer mentioned. If I had to do it over again knowing what I know now, I probably would not have wasted the money.

      (10 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      pedal

      By fullnest

      from oregon

      Comments about Yamaha LP-7 Pedal Unit:

      I like the pedal kit. only issues I have would be that I wish it looked more like the piano and that the pedals weren't plastic coated. Makes it look cheap.

      (13 of 14 customers found this review helpful)

       
      1.0

      Crazy stiff making it painful to play

      By JonnyG

      from Colorado

      Comments about Yamaha LP-7 Pedal Unit:

      I had the YPG635 piano for our youth group band and really enjoyed it, minus the fact that we had to duck-tape the included sustain pedal to the floor. I bought another 635 for my mom and purchased the pedal board for a more piano feel. But the pedals are so stiff to push down that her foot hurts after a few minutes of play. I am very athletic and it is difficult for me to press through out a song. I do not recommend the product. Side note, guitar center does not carry this item in stores. Yet when I purchased the piano and pedal in the store I still had to pay for shipping. Lousy help in store, excess charge (in my opinion) and crummy product. This long time costumer has changed his tune/store.

      (28 of 32 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      The LP-7 Pedal on Yamaha YPG635

      By Marty G

      from Connecticut

      Comments about Yamaha LP-7 Pedal Unit:

      Well it looks very nice but here's the catch. The somewhat forward position on the stand does not allow full leg extention for best comfort. I am 5' 10". I find myself either having to push away from the keyboard or hold my leg in a less than comfortable spot. While the included sustain pedal can easily drift, it still allows your to stretch to a comfortable position. I am considering removing the LP-7 and putting back the good ole sustain pedal. The other two pedals on the the LP-7 don't lend much to my intermediate level of play. Hope this helps.

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