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Yamaha EZ220 61-Key Portable Keyboard

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165 customer reviews
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  • Model: EZ220
  • 61 touch-responsive organ style
  • Custom LCD Display: 3.62 x 1.25" (92mm x 32mm)
  • AWM stereo sampling
  • Max. Polyphony: 32
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Yamaha EZ220 61-Key Portable Keyboard + Yamaha PA130 120 Volt Keyboard AC Power Adaptor + Yamaha L3C Attachable Keyboard Stand for Yamaha PSR; YPT;  Piaggero (NP); & EZ Portable Keyboards
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Product Description

Style: EZ-220 Keyboard

Make Learning Fun!

The EZ-220 is the perfect keyboard to make learning, playing and connecting to iPad “EZ!” You’ll be playing as soon as you turn it on, even if you’ve never played before.

Touch Sensitive Keys for True Expression

61 touch-sensitive, lighted keys with 392 high-quality instrument Voices and built-in wireless connectivity to Yamaha's Page Turner application for iPad, EZ-220 Page Turner.

Light it Up!

EZ-220 is a 61 touch-sensitive keyboard with lighted keys, built-in wireless connectivity to the free Page Turner iPad app and 100 preset songs with digital score make Yamaha's EZ-220 the perfect learn-to-play keyboard. A USB TO HOST port lets you connect the keyboard to your computer for use with a wide range of music programs for both education and entertainment. A wide variety of 392 built-in Voices let you play strings, guitars, brass, synthesizers, drums and more. The built-in Yamaha Education Suite provides even more ways to learn how to play. Finally, 100 preset Styles act as virtual bands that are always ready to jam with you.


Keyboard / Lighted keys

61 touch-sensitive, lighted keys show the correct notes, making it easy to learn how to play .

Lesson function - Fingering Guide

The Fingering Guide shows you the correct finger placement for each note, a key component to building proper technique.

Yamaha Education Suite ( Y. E. S. ).

This advanced set of helpful learning tools built-in to the instrument lets you teach yourself how to play and perform. Y. E. S. helps you master a song in easy lesson steps. Each lesson can be done in isolation with either your left hand or right hand, or both.

Portable Grand Button

Playing piano is fast and easy with Yamaha's Portable Grand function. One dedicated button brings up a great sounding piano, impressively rich and authentic in its sound as well as setting up the keyboard to play as a piano.

Lesson function - EZ-220 Page Turner application

Yamaha's Page Turner application for iPad not only includes the piano score for the 100 preset songs, it turns pages automatically and allowing you to focus on the music. It can also record the audio of your playing and/or singing

USB TO HOST

Connect directly to your computer or iPad with the Apple iPad Camera Connection Kit for use with popular music education, notation and creation programs.


Product Details

Style Name: EZ-220 Keyboard
  • Product Dimensions: 42 x 17 x 6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B008G94FL2
  • Item model number: EZ220
  • Batteries 6 AA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (165 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,682 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 30, 2012

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101 of 101 people found the following review helpful By babblingidiot on October 3, 2012
Style Name: EZ-220 Premium Pack Verified Purchase
This is my first keyboard, but it's obvious that Yamaha has perfected the entry level keyboard. It comes programmed with 100 songs with lighted keys to help guide you through them all. All of the 100 songs are in the song book as well. You can chose to play the right hand only, left hand only, or both hands.

There are 3 modes - I love the implementation and the choices for how I can go about learning a song.
1. Listen and Learn: listen to the song and you can watch the key lights/follow along in the song book.
2. Timing: the lighted keys show up for the selected hand without sound, while the sound comes through for the unselected hand. Useful for learning one hand of a song independently.
3. Waiting: the keyboard shows the lighted key, and waits for you to play it.

I also connected the keyboard to my laptop via a USB cable that wasn't provided. No more need for an extra $30 USB to MIDI converter to use Synthesia. Everything works after configuring the keyboard in the Synthesia software. The keys light up with the notes and the music comes through the keyboard speakers/headphone jack.

My main gripe is the useless junk from World Tour that is packaged with the keyboard. The headphones are horrid - I'm using my own headphones with a 1/4 inch jack. The stand is also unusable because it doesn't fit the keyboard, and it gives just enough when you push to never want to place the keyboard on top of the thing. I'm using my desk for now... The wall plug works, but it could be longer.

My advice is to buy the EZ-220 without the extras, get a compatible wall plug, and get a decent keyboard stand.

In short: Keyboard is great, works fully with Synthesia via USB, quality fails on the World Tour items.
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104 of 110 people found the following review helpful By Victor on February 28, 2013
Style Name: EZ-220 Premium Pack Verified Purchase
I bought the EZ-220 keyboard because of one clever feature: When you select one of 100 pre-loaded songs to play, the keyboard keys light up in the song's note order.

And when the keyboard is in the "Waiting" mode, the lit key waits for you to play it. Then the light moves on to the next note. It is a great learning tool for beginners.

But here's the problem. When you select one of those 100 songs to play, you automatically get a loud background accompaniment: horns, drums, harps, etc. Some people may find that nice, but I found it VERY distracting.

When I am learning to play a song, I just want to hear - and concentrate on - the notes I'm playing. I don't want to hear horns, drums, and harps also.

I emailed Yamaha about this, and asked if this distracting background music could be turned off. Their answer was no.

So I'm returning this product. If anyone knows of a good keyboard with waiting lit keys, but without any mandatory background music, please let me know.

UPDATE: The Casio LK 280 keyboard also has the waiting lit key feature. The Casio's pre-loaded songs also have background music, but this music CAN be turned off. If you want the details, please see my review of the LK 280.
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40 of 43 people found the following review helpful By L on October 5, 2012
Style Name: EZ-220 Premium Pack Verified Purchase
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The Keyboard is awesome and worth for the money.
Good for the beginners.

The package is not worth it. means the Keyboard is good.
The world tour stand never going to fit for your keyboard.
So whoever wants to buy keyboard just buy the keyboard alone not with this crap worldtour stand bundle.
If you buy with this stand, the stand will help to dry your wet clothes under sun and not for your keyboard.

Finally, Yamaha Keyboard EZ220 keyboard is nice with the sound and the voices and the built in songs and the lights which will help the beginners to learn your favourite songs.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Carbonlord on March 14, 2014
Style Name: EZ-220 Keyboard
Got this for my daughter and it is easy. Good keyboard, the lights help learning, but in the very small non-lit screen, you can actually show the hands and which fingers you need to use, but.... it's simply too small to see, even for the kids, let alone be able to see it and play at the same time. This needed to be larger and lit and the keyboard could really help you learn. The screen is hard to read at all times, because it needed to be lit with more contrast!

Even so, I have to tell you for kids to watch and play with these lights, it's a treat and I wouldn't recommend another for kids. Even my son that doesn't play can follow the keys and actually learned a few songs. well Worth it!!

I had a music store for 15 years and this was the one product for children starting piano that I always recommended since it came out and I got it for our daughter.

Pricing is in the range of $125-145 and for the bundle set, which I bought, be prepared to be in the range of $170-$199.

Hope this helps:)
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By J. Pope on December 25, 2012
Style Name: EZ-220 Premium Pack
Great keyboard that is all I expected but one needs to have someplace to set it because the stand is garbage. I should have read the reviews first.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By PaulF on December 18, 2012
Style Name: EZ-220 Premium Pack Verified Purchase
** Please be aware that the keyboard does NOT fit the stand! It can still sit ON the stand without a problem, but you can't anchor it in. So if you'll be using this keyboard in a situation on stage or standing with a lot of movement, you'll need to find a way to attach it properly, or simply get a proper stand. I already knew this from other reviews before purchasing but knew from experience that I could still set the keyboard on the stand well enough for my purposes.***

I got this keyboard as a gift for my partner who has never really touched a piano before but wanted to learn how to play. This system is great for beginner practice! The grand piano sounds is good, and although the keys are not weighted they are touch-sensitive, so when you hit the keys harder the sound is louder, similar to a real piano. There are a multitude of different instruments that are great to play around with but serve no real purpose at the moment. The built-in metronome is a great help. I thought it would be useless, but it has turned out to be an asset in helping maintain constant rhythm while doing scales.

We haven't started using the pre-programmed songs or the lighted keys for learning, but upon my own short test of this feature, it seems like it might be relatively useless. The lighted keys are a cool idea though - I just don't know if we'll use them for a long time. The iPad app works well, but again it's usefulness might be limited. I already have sheet music for beginners and I thought the iPad app would be provide more versatility than just digitized sheet music with an auto-page turn feature (it uses the iPad mic to determine where you are in the song, and turns the page for you.)

So this keyboard does exactly what I expected for the price.
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