The Yamaha PSRE353 is now available with the Yamaha Survival Kit, which contains a power adapter that is perfect for your keyboard, a footswitch and a set of stereo headphones. You also receive a two-... Click To Read More About This Product
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The Yamaha PSRE353 is now available with the Yamaha Survival Kit, which contains a power adapter that is perfect for your keyboard, a footswitch and a set of stereo headphones. You also receive a two-year extended warranty and more than $200 in rebate offers on great Yamaha instruments and accessories, along with learning software, additional songs and more. The PSRE353 is also available with all of this and a set of eight AA batteries. Select from the dropdown menu.
New portable with lesson program and great sound
The Yamaha PSR-E353 portable digital keyboard is full of great sounds and features, ideal for aspiring musicians who are just starting out. Use the on-board lesson feature, Yamaha Education Suite (Y.E.S.), to learn the 100 built-in songs, or explore the 573 instrument Voices and 158 Styles to create your own music. The Aux line input turns the PSR-E353 into a speaker system for your MP3 player so you can listen to and play along with your music collection.It also features iPad and iPhone connectivity and a master EQ.
573 high-quality voices
The PSR-E353 comes with a diverse array of 573 different voices. The grand piano voices in particular utilize stereo-sampled sounds with a superb feeling of presence. Players can enjoy reverb effects for the feeling of playing in a concert hall, and choruses that add extra breadth and resonance to the sound.
Lesson suite details
The lesson function offers a total of nine stages”three for the left hand, three for the right, and three for both hands, helping beginning players to practice the songs stored in the instrument. There's a scoring function that makes it fun to practice and improve, and a "waiting" function that adjusts the tempo to the person playing, pausing the accompaniment until the correct note is played.
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Comments about Yamaha PSRE353 61-Key Portable Keyboard:
I'm 45 and just decided to learn how to play piano. I did a ton of research on keyboards and found this one to be the best value. It has touch-sensitive keys, built in speakers, a music rest, and pre-programmed lessons and songs. Being brand new I also bought a beginners lesson book which helped me get to the point where I could do the lessons that came with the keyboard. It also has icons that show you which note you're planning (what it looks like on the staff) - which is helpful for a beginner and not so big as to be distracting if you already know what you're doing. I've been playing almost every day for the last couple of months and really love it. Great first keyboard!