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Yamaha does a good job when it comes to Pianos
Let's take a shut look at the particular Yamaha YDP 213. This is a great entry level home
digital kawai pianos and also good value for the money too. And these are good value for
your money, you can find this particular digital kawai pianos for about $900, so it just isn't
This 88 key digital kawai pianos comes with an attractive walnut case finish that looks good
in any home. You'll particularly value the fact it comes with the stand that provides 3 pedals
built in it. So you don't have to worry about any pedal sliding on the floor when playing.
Yamaha does a great job of replicating the feel of your acoustic piano. They use different
types of keyboard action in their various designs. For the Yamaha YDP213 they use the
Graded Hammer Standard (GHS) piano action. This type of piano action emulates the really
feel of an acoustic grand piano by making the low notes a tiny heavier than the higher notes.
The feel of a digital kawai pianos's keyboard action is a very subjective thing. But a few
players think the actual Yamaha GHS piano action is a little too light. Yamaha also makes
use of Graded Hammer Influence on more expensive models, which offers the stiffer feeling
piano action that more consistently recreates the acoustic piano touch. This is one reason the
Yamaha YDP213 is better regarding beginning and interest piano players and not necessarily
for professionals. Yet once again, this is a subjective thing, and also you should try any kind
of keyboard out to reach your own conclusion, click here.
You can expect great sound quality out of this Yamaha digital kawai pianos. Yamaha
samples the actual sounds of any real Yamaha acoustic grand piano. The YDP213 uses
Advanced Trend Memory tone generation technology. And stereo audio sampling makes the
sound even much more realistic. That's what is excellent about a big player in the digital
kawai pianos industry like Yamaha. They supply great sound quality on their digital pianos.
As a newcomer or advanced piano player this is vital. If sound quality is inferior the chance
of not playing the particular digital piano is greater, and what good will be the keyboard if it
simply collects dust?
As mentioned above, the YDP213 has 3 pedals built in to its stand. It's the soft, sostenuto,
and support pedal, just as an acoustic piano. One drawback with all the pedals is which it
doesn't offer half-pedaling capability. However, this isn't always important to a beginner or
hobbyist piano player.
What different can you expect from this kind of digital piano? The YDP 213 has 6 different
tones, 64-note polyphony, metronome, two 6-watt amplifiers in which push two 4-3/4"
speakers, reverb, chorus, MIDI in/out, and other features. Also, the YDP213 has a sliding key
cover that may protect against dust and spills, an essential feature.
In conclusion, the YDP213 is a great entry level digital piano for a beginner player or the
non-professional piano player. The key pad action emulates the feel of an acoustic piano,
which is essential if you're an accomplished pianist or only a beginner. But higher priced
Yamaha models utilize different keyboard action technology that the majority of players
would state better recreates the acoustic feel. The YDP213 is definitely a great quality digital
piano at a very economical price.
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