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Yamaha P70 Contemporary Digital Piano

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88 graded hammer keys with realistic piano and instrument voices offer acoustic feel with the advanced features of a digital. 32 notes of polyphony; 10 voices, including grand piano, EP, pipe organ, a... Click To Read More About This Product

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88 graded hammer keys with realistic piano and instrument voices offer acoustic feel with the advanced features of a digital. 32 notes of polyphony; 10 voices, including grand piano, EP, pipe organ, and strings; dual voice mode; reverb; MIDI I/O; and sustain pedal, it's the perfect no-nonsense portable piano. Built-in speakers and 50 built-in songs. 1/8" headphone jack and low 28 lb. weight.

FEATURES

  • 88-notes graded hammer action
  • 32-notes of polyphony
  • 10 voices: grand piano, EP, pipe organ, and strings
  • Dual voice mode
  • Digital reverb
  • FC5 sustain pedal and music rest included
  • MIDI I/O
  • Headphone/sustain jack
  • Built-in speakers and amp
SPECIFICATIONS
  • Keyboard: graded-hammer effect, 88 keys
  • Tone generator: AWM, stereo sampling
  • Polyphony: max. 32 notes
  • Voices: 10 voices
  • Effects: reverb
  • Performance Modes: dual
  • Pedal: sustain pedal (when optional FC3 Foot Pedal is connected, the half-damper pedal effect can be used)
  • Demo songs: 10 voice demo songs, 50 preset songs
  • Connectors: headphones, MIDI-IN/OUT
  • Amplifiers: 6W x 2
  • Speakers: 12 x 6 cm x 2
  • 51-1/2" W x 5" H x 13-1/2"D.
  • 28-1/2 lbs.
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YamahaP70 Contemporary Digital Piano
 
4.0

(based on 9 reviews)

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(19 of 19 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

My first "stage" piano and definitely worth it.

By Aaron

from Connecticut

Comments about Yamaha P70 Contemporary Digital Piano:

I recognize that the P70 lacks 1/4" phono outputs (it has 1/8" ones), and it's lean on features and intuitiveness (most options are selected by holding a function button and pressing a key on the keyboard), but the quality of the synths is very high, the key feel is realistic and robust, and it's a joy to play. For a practice piano and for small-venue use (think coffee house), you can get by very well with this model. As a home-use piano it fits the bill just fine and is probably the most cost-effective Yamaha (the CP-33 is twice the price!)

(18 of 20 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Terrible choice for jam sessions or gigs

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Yamaha P70 Contemporary Digital Piano:

I enjoyed the sound, feel, and limited features of the keyboard. However, the internal speakers are average, and the only way to plug in to an external amplifier or speaker is through the 1/8-inch headphone jack. Also, the lack of buttons (it uses keys to change sounds, add effects, split sound, etc.), makes it difficult to switch sounds during a song. A good choice for a stay-at-home, practice-only instrument, but not practical for jam sessions or gigs.

(14 of 26 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

What happened?

By Mike

from Reno

Comments about Yamaha P70 Contemporary Digital Piano:

I just bought this from Guitar Center. I didnt take a look at the specs thinking that it had what I needed. But no. There are no Audio ins or outs, just the MIDI. The tones are amazing but when used as a MIDI controller it put an infintie sustain on everything in every program I have. The VSTs in Acid, the synths in Reason, and the VSTs in Cubase. Im returning it for the M-Audio Prokeys88.

(8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Perfect for getting back into playing!

By Jsouth

from Baltimore

Comments about Yamaha P70 Contemporary Digital Piano:

I used to play when I was younger and found myself missing my old upright piano at home!. Seeing as a full upright piano is not a very economical option to get back into the habit of playing, the Yamaha p70 delivered everthing I was hoping out of a digital piano. The keys are one of its best features, with full wight and great response. The sound is clean and the full 88 keys make for the best non piano piano experience you can get for under 1000 dollars! While by no means am i a professional musician, the yamaha P70 is a great addition to anyone who is learning, experienced, or like me getting back into it, without having to sacrifice some of the more important qulities of actually playing a real piano. I love it!

(8 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

To Mike From Reno

By WondeRWomaN

from Las Vegas

Comments about Yamaha P70 Contemporary Digital Piano:

Ive used this device for a midi controller and what you're talking about doesn't make sense, Theres something up with your settings for the sustain to be a constant throughout the song. For reason you have to check to make sure it is accepting the on/off parameter window not sure exactly what it is called at this very moment because i'm on a computer that doesn't have reason on it but i assure you it isn't the device's fault more like a UCFTP issue. =) the only issue is there isnt quarter inch outputs oh well =)

 
4.0

Great buy for beginning player.

By James

from Austin, Texas

Comments about Yamaha P70 Contemporary Digital Piano:

I am a beginning piano player. I bought a cheapo keyboard (not piano)in the very beginning but lost interest due to bad sound and playability. I got this Digital Piano and It makes all the difference in the world. GREAT sound and feel of a real piano. Not many features but I am not really looking for that at this point. I wish it had 1/4 inch instead of 1/8 inch jacks, though... Great value for a beginning Pianist.

 
5.0

makes me want to play

By strawbfan

from Utica NY

Comments about Yamaha P70 Contemporary Digital Piano:

This is the first keyboard that I have owned that makes me want to play it.I owned a couple casio keyboards over the years,I never got into playing them too much.The last Casio I had was a WK1630 the piano sounds were pretty decent,but the keys weren`t weighted,and it wasn`ty alot of fun to play.I don`t see myself tiring of this keyboard any time soon

(0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

no quarter inch outs!

By Theophilus Jones

from Columbus, OH

Comments about Yamaha P70 Contemporary Digital Piano:

i really liked the feel of the keys and the grand piano sounds. i did notice, however, that the other effects such as organ and harpsichord sounded pretty bad. One organ sounds like a flute and the other sounds like a cathedrial organ. Not a lot you can do with that. Plus, it has no quarter inch outputs which is terrible for gigs. i didn't know what i was looking for when i got this a year ago, and now i'm planning on buying the Roland RD700SX.

 
5.0

Are You Kidding Me?

By Jonathan

from Alabama

Comments about Yamaha P70 Contemporary Digital Piano:

This keyboard is one of the best buys I've ever made. Sure, it doesn't have 10,000 voices, but that's why you get a synth. For a beginner, you can't find a better buy.

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