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The Yamaha PSR-E213 Portable Keyboard has 61 full-sized keys and 375 instrument voices plus the interactive Yamaha Education Suite (Y.E.S.) with innovative Listen and Learn capability to help you lear... Click To Read More About This Product
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The Yamaha PSR-E213 Portable Keyboard has 61 full-sized keys and 375 instrument voices plus the interactive Yamaha Education Suite (Y.E.S.) with innovative Listen and Learn capability to help you learn to play. The LCD display makes it easy to select voices and styles, and displays the music as well as which notes to play on the electronic keyboard. The chord dictionary and built-in metronome will also help you as you learn chords and rhythm, and the headphone jack makes it easy to practice silently.
This successor to the popular E203 also has a redesigned cabinet and Yamaha's Portable Grand voice, regarded as one of the best acoustic grand piano voices available in a portable keyboard, especially at this low price. You get 102 songs and 100 music styles to play along with as well as the Sound Effect Kit with cool sounds and grooves for inspiration and fun. Plus, it will all sound great through the true stereo speaker system.
The E213 is GM and Yamaha XGlite compatible and has MIDI connections, a music rest, one-touch genre-based setups, nine digital reverb effects, 32-note polyphony, sustain input, and two 12cm speakers with 5W power. The PRS-E213 piano keyboard can be powered by the optional Yamaha PA-130 AC adapter power supply or six AA batteries (not included).
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Extremely good for beginners. I've only been playing for about 1/2 a year and this keyboard has helped me learn so much. Also is fun to mess around with because of the cool sound effects kit. I recommend this keyboard to anyone.
I purchased this board to learn on and, so far, it's been good to me. The tone is clear on the primary setting, it has songs that you can learn and play along with using any of the 300+ MIDI voices which can be a fun diversion, a metronome you can manually adjust, and some genre presets. However, it's 90% plastic, the keys are more or less just buttons, and the adapter is sold separately. For serious musicians this isn't going to be the last keyboard you ever buy, but all things considered it makes a nice first.
You will be surprised how awesome this keyboard is. I don't care what anyone else says this product rules. I played it in my band for over a year and then upgraded to a roldan Juno D. I then realized that the juno didnt really offer too much more. I actually went back to the Yamaha thats how awesome it is. Not only good for its price but all around awesome. Get it, it costs nothing.
I play guitar but i got this for my music room. I thought oh it will just provide the basics. But the sound effect kit is insane! Great Tones too! Definitively a great instrument!
This is the best keyboard i got ever. Now i have tried out many other keyboards, and i owned another one but this keyboard for that price was a real great deal. Yamaha makes the best keyboards and they just showed it with the Yamaha PSR-E213.
I bought this keyboard for my 13 year old son who is an intermediate clarinet player, beginning drummer and he reads music. He hasn't stopped playing it since Christmas! The sound and voices are amazing! A great product at a great price!
Great product! I was expecting a toy keyboard, instead this is very pro-looking and sounding. I'm not a keyboard player, but I'm hoping to learn on this.