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Yamaha CP33 Stage Piano

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  • 88-key graded hammer keyboard with authenic touch
  • State-of-the-art AWM tone generation system
  • 28 original voices with a maximum of 64 note polyphony
  • Master mode for independent contrpl of up to two externsl tone generators
  • Compact, light and portable
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Yamaha CP33 Stage Piano + Yamaha YKA7500 Professional Double X Style Keyboard Stand + On Stage KT7800 Plus Padded Keyboard Bench
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 59 x 16.2 x 9.2 inches ; 39.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 55.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000TG619O
  • Item model number: CP33
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #42,511 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 30, 2004

Product Description

The CP33 is made for the serious musician on-the-go. Sit down with one, and the instrument becomes an extension of your hands and your musical imagination. The authentic piano voices and rich expressiveness come alive at your touch, and the sound is big enough to blast through a full band onstage - yet nuanced enough to work magic in an intimate club. Yamaha's extensive experience in crafting fine acoustic pianos helps us in creating the ultimate digital pianos. Our advanced Graded Hammer Effect (GHE) action gives all keys an authentic resistance that increases from the top register to the lower - just as on an actual acoustic piano. Which means that you can naturally pound out thunderous low notes with your left hand and let the fingers on your right dance and fly with the high notes. In crafting the authentic sound of the CP series, we used meticulously recorded stereo samples of top-quality instruments, taken at various playing strengths, and included subtle elements such as String Resonance, Stereo Sustain, and even Key-Off Samples that capture the felt dampers muting the piano strings - providing the most authentic sounding and finely nuanced acoustic piano voices possible. The CP stage pianos are also master keyboard controllers that give you full command of your gear. Play and control external tone generators. Assign different voices to different keyboard sections and create multi-textured layers of sound. Two instrument zones on the CP33 with panel sliders, let you easily tweak the level of each instrument as you play. You can also freely reassign the sliders and wheels to control other sonic characteristics of your gear, such as sound attack, decay, brightness and filter cutoff. At just under 40 lbs. the CP33 is a very compact and portable yet full size stage piano.

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Well, as portable as an 88-key weighted key keyboard can be.
Joey E
This has a very similar feel to a real piano keyboard and it sounds great.
The acoustic bass, strings and jazz organ sounds are done very well also.
Forever Plaid

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40 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Forever Plaid on October 25, 2009
Nice upgrade from my Yamaha P90.

I purchaed this piano for the piano sound and feel. Any additional instruments or features that come with it are a bonus. The acoustic bass, strings and jazz organ sounds are done very well also.

While nothing replaces the feel of a real piano, this keyboard comes very, very close and the lighter touch on the higher keys really takes you there.

I only wish that the power transformer was inside of the piano instead of requiring a wall wart (transformer).

If you want a great piano sound and feel get this keyboard. If you want speakers to go with it as well as some more sounds, look into the CP300, but then you will need to add $1000, 30 more pounds and a deeper frame.
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Zach Cochran on September 14, 2010
I don't have a lot of room or money for a full-blown piano (saving for a Yamaha U3). I wanted something I could really play that wouldn't be a toy and that would serve for the occasional gig as well. I previously had a P-80, and really enjoyed that, so I figured this would do as the logical successor.

Well, the key action is excellent. I'm not a professional musician, but I've been playing the piano for 28 years. It feels like I'm playing a piano rather than a keyboard, and that was what mattered to me. If anything, the touch is a little "heavier" than a typical studio grand, but I really don't mind.

The sound is just fine; I've never run out of notes in any of the playing I've done, and the grand piano samples seem spot on. Again, I'm not a professional, but I am picky. It sounds great through an amp and it sounds great with headphones (and the headphone option means practice late at night without disturbing my family).

I highly recommend this instrument. I've owned it for more than two years now and it plays as if new. It's durable, portable, and plays very naturally. The price is excellent too.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Yesuaini99 VINE VOICE on July 24, 2010
it came with the FC-3 sustain pedal, power adapter, but no music stand.
It's heavy with complete metal enclosure. The weighted keys are just wonderful.
It play exactly like a grand piano with the sound samples exactly like a $25000 grand piano.
I'd like to have more sound samples on this one but frankly, what it comes with should suffice for 99.9% of playing occasions.
The output is nicely controlled by two different settings.
The transpose setting is also wonderful.
When I turn off my amp, (this one doesn't have built-in speakers), I use headphones to practice (the headset plug is 1/4" not the 3.5mm)
The strings sampling is a little bit awkward, I have to say, I was comparing this to a Roland RD700GX, and I think the Roland sounds are better.
But it's a different level stage piano anyway.
I bought a piano bag and a stand from Amazon too. See my other reviews.
A note on the FC-3 pedal--it came with something lose in the housing. Sounded like a screw or something. I was going to ask the dealer to exchange but the shipping back and forth would be trouble so I attempted to fix it. After opening the housing, it's a U shaped plastic that holds the sustain mechanism with the pedal action that came off. So I just pressed down the pedal and re-inserted the U-shape bracket into its place and voila, it's working again. So, if you ever encounter a similar problem, you can try to fix it that way. It only took like 5 screws to see the inside. But I've had other sustain pedals that had completely different sustain mechanism and would not be repaired in a similar fashion.
All in all, the adapter is a small size and very easy to fit in the bag I purchased.
The lack of music holder is something I deducted credit from the 5 stars.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By M on August 20, 2011
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I got the cp33 primarly because I have no space for an acoustic and I might move out of the apartment when the lease ends. In college I had tried a Yamaha Clavinova and I thought it was pretty neat that it didn't take too much space. I decided not to buy the Clavinova since it seems quite heavy to move and is a bit pricey. I did some research and figured the cp33 with its "finely" tuned action would replicate the most of an acoustic piano. I had played for a few years on a Boston (Japanese Steinway & Sons) and a Baldwin and the action of the keys is quite similar in lightness. I noticed a few differences, which include that there is no give at the bottom of the key such that your fingers feel compressed a little more. The CP33 also picks up the faintest of pressure whereas an acoustic piano would not.

For sound quality the CP33's "grand piano 1" setting sounds very crisp. It does sound like a Yamaha grand piano and has that metallic sound to it. The Boston and Baldwin and I'd imagine most other Western acoustic pianos have that more mellow woody sound to it. I guess you could say the grand piano 1 sound is the sounds you hear of pianos in the movies these days.

The cool thing about the CP33 is that there is an alternate grand piano sound that tries to mimic the more classical type of acoustic piano. It mimics the classical piano fairly well but it does sound a bit muffled, and sounds like a ~Steinway with the lids closed.

One annoying sound I've gotten from the CP33 though is when I hit two adjacent keys around the first octave of the treble clef. I can hear a significant beat frequency when two notes (e.g. G and Gb) are played together. An acoustic piano has that sound but not as loud as the CP33.
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