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Yamaha LP7A Keyboard Foot Pedal Unit

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  • Damper, Soft and Sostenuto pedals
  • Half Damper effect for expressive control over sustained sound
  • Allows the performer to add more refined musical expressiveness
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Product Description

Product Description

Pedal unit for the DGX640, YPG635 and DGX630. The Yamaha LP7A three piano-style pedals offer the same kind of functional the sustain, sostenuto and soft control found on grand pianos with half-damper effect.

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Yamaha

Yamaha LP7A Keyboard Foot Pedal Unit

Three piano-style pedals for the same kind of functional sustain, sostenuto and soft control found on grand pianos with half-damper effect.

Key Features:

  • Damper, Soft and Sostenuto pedals
  • Half Damper effect for expressive control over sustained sound
  • Perfect for piano players and music students
  • Allows the performer to add more refined musical expressiveness
  • Attaches to DGX-640

Specifications


Color/Finish
Dimensions 7" x 53.8" x 12" (H x L x W)
Weight 13 lbs.


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Product Information

Item Weight 13 pounds
Product Dimensions 53.8 x 12 x 7 inches
Shipping Weight 16.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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ASIN B0029RVWUO
Item model number LP7A
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4.4 out of 5 stars 100 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,410 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
#9 in Musical Instruments > Instrument Accessories > Keyboard Accessories > Pedals & Footswitches
Date first available at Amazon.com July 16, 2004

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By N. J. Simicich VINE VOICE on December 25, 2008
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So, what does a piano have that a keyboard generally doesn't? Simple answer: pedals. This adds three pedals to the high end home keyboards.

Yamaha gives you a small portable style pedal that only does full sustain with the YPG-635. This unit gives you full piano pedal function.

Installation is a snap, provided you are using the original Yamaha stand. There are holes in the sideboards that are filled with little rubber plugs, and four screws come with the pedal kit that mount it to the side boards once you remove the plugs. There are two screws (and little sleeves) that mount the pedal assembly to the cross piece. The wood is "machined" and fits the stand fairly precisely.

The wire is long enough to stay out of the way and there are wire guides that should be mounted to the wire before the paper adhesive covers are removed.

The left pedal is a soft pedal. Right is a sustain, and the middle is a "sostenudo" if I have that correct. In any case, if you have chorded and want that chord to be sustained, and then want to play a progression, and want the subsequent chords not to be sustained even though the first chord is sustained, you play and hold the first chord, then press the pedal, then play your other chords, and it sustains any chords that are being held when you first press the pedal, and does not sustain chords that are played after you press the pedal. In other words, notes that are being held when you press the pedal are sustained, and notes played after you press the pedal are not sustained.

The sustain mimics a piano - it won't sustain forever even if you don't release the pedal - eventually it decays, just like a piano does.
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I bought this pedal board to use on our YPG-635 at church, which worked fairly well. The sustain pedal does seems to muddy the sound more than the sustain pedal on a real (stringed) piano (esp when using the transpose feature simultaneously), swimming the sound much more than a half-damper pedal on my P-155. The soft pedal works well increasing the range for expressiveness. For instance, in a song that needs to really build dynamically, one can begin the song using the soft pedal and playing lightly, for greater contrast later. My problem with this LP-7A pedal board today is that the inner plastic mechanism evidently becomes more brittle with age, although the strength of the spring remains powerfully strong --- not a good combination after just two short years, evidently, because the plastic finally let go during a gentle performance. When I began to research the warranty, Yamaha's website stated that they will not service products under warranty if purchased online or not purchased by a licensed "authorized dealer" on which list Amazon is not included. Matter of fact, very few dealers are listed on that authorized dealer list, leaving one to wonder if any of our Yamaha instruments are now covered, in spite of years of warranty promised on the trusted websites. No wonder some of these websites are now charging more for warranty, when it used to be included or assumed included under the manufacturers warranty. : /
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I installed this into my Yamaha DGX-650B, and it snapped into place with barely any trouble. The frame is sturdy, and the design matches the strong and tight fitting piano stand. There were notches where it slips into the frame, and two holes on each side. I was able to unpack and install it in about 10 minutes. You would never have known it wasn't included with the piano already.

The peddles also are set into a sliding screw-hole that allows them to be adjusted up or down depending on the height of the floor beneath the piano stand. This is useful if you're placing the piano in a room with a thick carpet, or a flat floor.

The springs are most definitely strong and they have a consistently firm resistance throughout their range of motion. Firmly in place, they actually seem to add support to the overall design of the stand itself.

The price may seem steep for what amounts to 3 pedals that you barely even notice, but if you're hoping to make your Yamaha piano even more realistic and match the function of a real one, this is a fantastic addition to an already wonderful instrument.
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This pedal set works very well with the Yamaha DGX-640 we purchased. The mounting bar fits exactly into the existing stand and makes it even more solid than it already was. By ordering online, the money I saved in sales tax almost paid for the pedals. While it would be nice to have something that looked more impressive, the piano it's attached to isn't exactly a concert grand in style, so I am resigned. I certainly don't think it's worth deducting stars for something that is obvious from the product photos, and when there isn't any competing product at this point.
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THE YAMAHA PEDAL UNIT LP7A IS NOT COMPATIBLE WITH THE YAMAHA L85 STAND. THE LP7A PEDAL UNIT IS ABOUT AN INCH TO AN INCH AND A HALF TOO LONG FOR THE L85 STAND. GET THE LP5A PEDAL UNIT FOR THE L85 STAND.

Amazon says:
Yamaha LP7A Keyboard Foot Pedal Unit
Product Description
The Yamaha LP7A pedal . . . designed for use with Yamaha's . . . P95 digital pianos.
Product Features
* 3-pedal unit
* Half-damper
* Compatible with Yamaha L85 stand and P95 digital piano

Amazon does NOT say that Pedal Unit is NOT compatible with the L85 stand. To the contrary , it says that the LP7A Pedal Unit IS compatible with the L85 stand.

To be fair, Amazon also says:
Yamaha L85 Keyboard Stand for Yamaha P95 Keyboard
Product Description
The Yamaha L85 stand is a great platform for your Yamaha P85/P95 digital piano. It's compatible with the optional LP5 pedal unit (sold separately). P85/P95 Keyboard sold separately.

Once again, Amazon does not say that Pedal Unit LP7A is NOT compatible with the L85 stand.

HOWEVER, IN FACT, THE YAMAHA PEDAL UNIT LP7A IS NOT COMPATIBLE WITH THE YAMAHA L85 STAND. THE LP7A PEDAL UNIT IS ABOUT AN INCH TO AN INCH AND A HALF TOO LONG FOR THE L85 STAND. GET THE LP5A PEDAL UNIT FOR THE L85 STAND.
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