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Yamaha YPG-635 88-Key Portable Grand Piano with Stand, Power Supply, and Sustain Pedal

by Yamaha

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  • 88 key Graded Haer Standard (GHS) weighted action
  • Decorative wooden stand, PA150 adapter & sustain pedal included
  • 64-note polyphony and better DSP effects provide more realism
  • Backlit LCD displays lyrics, chords & notation
  • USB TO DEVICE: connect optional USB storage devices

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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 78.8 pounds
  • 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: B003FV7IGU
  • Item model number: YPG635
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #153,780 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 12, 2007

Product Description

The Yamaha Portable Grand YPG-635 is an affordable 88-key weighted graded hammer action Portable Keyboard that boasts an authentic grand piano like touch — heavy in the low end, feathery light in the high, and amazingly responsive all over. The YPG-635 has an 88-key weighted graded hammer action keyboard with authentic grand piano-like touch — heavier in the low end, lighter in the high, and amazingly responsive! The cabinet has wood accents and an attractive matching stand that puts you and your keyboard at the correct recommended height. Also included is the adapter and sustain pedal. Rounding out the piano focus is a high resolution stereo piano sample. Want more? Add the optional LP-7 pedal unit to upgrade to three pedals and sustain half-pedaling, just like an acoustic. And to make sure you never run out of notes, the YPG-635 features 64 notes of polyphony.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Koalacpa on December 5, 2012
YPG-635 and DGX-640 are pretty much the same model except some minor details.

It has a great action for a keyboard, as long as you don't expect Steinway or Boston. I'd say it's better than most beaten up old mechanical pianos that people might get for free or at the same price range on craigslist.

If you just want to play a regular piano like my 7-yrs old daughter, it's already nice with all advantages of the digital features: portability, volume control, you can use headphones (and you can play all night long without bothering anybody (well as long as you don't start singing along). Both of my kids can practice at the same time without bothering each other - what piece of mind! It has educational features. It will let you learn a few pieces that it already comes with or more if you buy and download them for $3-5 a piece from Yamaha web site. Although it won't replace lessons, it's a great addition and it helps a lot - e.g. to start with a piece (it shows which note to strike if you don't read music sheet well) and it motivates kids a lot. For me this is very important. It helps kids to break a psycholigical barrier and teaches them that they can do it without much stress and pressure. I'm not a big fan of the old school that you need to torture yourself to learn something.

On top of this, it has another world of features if you want to do something different than just piano. It has 500 voices, 160 styles, 300 arrangements in music database. Some people don't appreciate all these features - How many voices or styles you really will use. Well, although you will play one, two or three styles at the time, you soon will discover that different pieces are better played in a different voice and bring completely different experience.
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