The YPG-625, part of Yamaha's Portable Grand series of keyboards, boasts a total of 500 realistic instrument voices including 12 drum/SFX kits and 150 accompaniment styles. 88 weighted, graded ... Click To Read More About This Product
The YPG-625, part of Yamaha's Portable Grand series of keyboards, boasts a total of 500 realistic instrument voices including 12 drum/SFX kits and 150 accompaniment styles. 88 weighted, graded hammer action keys make for natural, expressive playing. A music database hold 267 song records for instantly setting the entire instrument to a specific genre.
The USB to HOST terminal provides simple computer connectivity, while the USB to DEVICE jack provides convenient memory stick storage and playing standard MIDI data. 16-part multitimbral capability for sequencer recording applications and comprehensive recording functions that allow you to craft your own songs with ease make the YPG-625 your perfect musical partner. Includes stand.
Order the Yamaha Survival Kit 88 to add a three-year extended warranty, Watch & Learn DVD, grand piano key cover, stereo headphones, bonus coupons, and a Yamaha Survival Kit DVD-ROM to your YPG-625.
Reviewed by 22 customers
when i bought this keyboard, i ws told that it was a good keybaord....little did i know that this key board is AWESOME!! i dig it hardcore. its really awesome and its got a lot of stuff so you can mix, and record your own stuff...trust me its worth it
I love this piano. I originally wanted to buy an acoustic Yamaha, but my 8 year old son wanted something "fun" and I decided that this Yamaha would be a good compromise. Am I glad that my son wanted this piano - it feels and sounds just like an acoustic, but is better - I can play it at any hour and not bother anyone, I can record myself playing, I can compose and have the music transcribed by software and instantly printed out. I have had lots of fun using the different sounds, and the "piano lessons" are teaching my son how to play without a teacher. Classical music sounds WONDERFUL on this piano. Plus, I can pick it up and move it whenever and wherever I want. No maintenance needed. I will never go back to an acoustic - except maybe a Disklavier, but that is another story. This piano is so fabulous, the price is simply unbelievable. Yamaha rocks!!!!!!!!
I absolutely love my keyboard for so many reasons I can't list them all here. However, as a beginner I love how my Yamaha acts as an instructor and actually teaches me how to play the piano. The settings are so easy to use that I can create complete songs by myself and I can easily move through all the different settings without getting completly lost in the changes I made. I would recommend this product to all musicians, young and old, beginner and expert.
This digital piano is a wonderful buy. the piano setting is very versatile and does not have that generic "keyboard/piano" sound, sounds very authentic. the piano sound is literally better than my churches baldwin baby grand pianos, and comprable to our petrof grand. all im tryin to say is, the piano setting on this board is second to none. as for ep's organs and random effects, this keyboard has got it all. truly the best instrumental investment i have ever made.
Wow! This keyboard is awesome, the quality of the keyboard itself is great! The sounds are great quality and the ability to change sounds and transpose and much more are awesome! I had a Casio (that got stolen) before this one, and this one is hands down the better of the two! I highly recommend this keyboard for intermediate and professional players b/c of the fact that it doesn't show you what keys you are playing (for beginners).
This is a very awesome keyboard. Has way more than I thought. This YPG-625 is very friendly and easy to use, I didn't even read the Instruction Book for it (lazy lol). Everyone who sees me with this keyboard is very impressed. (they ask me how much did you buy it for?, where did you get it? ect... )You can also record and play along with it, or use the styles... The sound quality is very awesome and professional... I play in Church and I really like the sound, so when I play I listen to the sound very close and I love it! If you like the keyboard loud when you are playing or if you are in a band, I recommend a $400+ amp for it. You dont want to kill your speakers staying at 100%, (I stay at 75% or less, usally at 50% when practicing.) Most of the time my band cant hear me during a practice because of drums too loud, so get an amp... Other than that, this keyboard is awesome!!! There is nothing about it that I dont like :) The best thing I like about this keyboard is that it is very friendly, when you play with style, you can easly cange the temp, drum style, set a dual instrument in seconds even on stage, thats what I do. But you have to learn how to use it and be quick on it. Buy this keyboard, you wont regret it. It worth more than the price. I also think this is my forever keyboard (I am 17), I used it for 2 years now, and didnt have any problems with it.
Played piano growing up and wanted something in my apartment. I picked this up because it felt/sounded good and was relatively cheap. It sounds great, the key weight and response feels very good. I have two slight complaints, the keys are a little hollow sounding compared to a real piano and the stand could be more stable. However, I only notice the hollow key sound when the volume is low and as for the stand not being as stable as the real deal, well thats what you lose when you don't have a 500lb instrument. Overall, I can't see how you could get more than this for the money, I would have been willing to pay a lot more for it. Also, the options and controls are a really nice addition compared to a real piano. I primarily play bass now and there are over a hundred drum loops built into the piano that cover the musical spectrum well. You can even play a major, diminished, etc. chord and it will incorporate it into the beat. You can also adjust the tempo quickly and accurately. I wasn't even aware of the feature when I bought the piano and have really enjoyed it.
I play guitar mostly but wanna relearn the piano. Got a casio for Xmas, a 76 synth key. I did some research, talked to fellow musicians and started checkin' out some 88's. I took it back and got the 625 after looking at several brands and models. This thing rocks. It is good for rookies but will grow along with you so you don't need to upgrade after you know whats goin on. Lots of learning features and great sound. Keys feel like a real piano. Not like my Aunts steinway but close. For 700 clams you'll be hard pressed to find one better.
I can't believe how many effects this piano has. It can sound like anything. From Van Halen to Chopin, it does the job and does it well. The keys feel very good. The hammer action is incredible. The quality is great for the money! I also tried the save to USB flash drive feature and it works perfectly. I can import saved files directly to my mac, digital recorders, etc. I also discovered that it can transform the songs I save to the internal recorder or USB drive, into internal lessons with on screen music theory sheets that play automatically or wait until the student presses the right keys. And! And! There's more! The wood grain accents matches my living room decor! It looks beautiful! There also internal drums, violins, and many other instruments I intend to try. One of the features I use often is the dual effects playing. I can play organs and grand piano or any other combination of instruments at the same time! You have to try this out!
The YPG-625 is a great piano for players of all experience. It has all the features you'd want in a keyboard at a very affordable price. The weighted keys and the amazing sounds it produces makes it the best keyboard for under $1000. If you've been trying to find a great piano that's easy on your budget, go with this one.
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