Yamaha P115 88 Weighted Key Digital Piano Bundle with Knox Double X Stand, Knox Large Bench and Sustain Pedal
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- Bundle includes Yamaha P115B 88-Key Graded Hammer Standard Digital Piano with Knox Keyboard Stand and Knox Bench
- 192-note polyphony ensures the suppression of dropped notes even with simultaneous Dual and Split modes and a drum pattern playing
- Intelligent Acoustic Control provides full, balanced sound that adapts to each user's volume setting for the best possible tone at any level
- Duo mode allows for side-by-side piano practice. Ideal for schools teaching group lessons, it accommodates two students per piano.
- New Digital Piano controller app.
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The P-115, Yamaha's follow-up to the industry's best-selling digital piano, now has its own app for iOS. An elegant touch screen controller that makes getting to the features of the P-115 simple. P-Series has long been known for its compact and stylish lineup of products. The P-115 is a model that offers improved piano performance, an enhanced speaker system, simple app operation and more. The Pure CF Sound Engine is the result of years of piano-making history combined with state-of-the-art sampling technology and expertise. Yamaha is the industry leader in digital piano technology, and you can hear this in the sound of digital pianos that utilize the Pure CF piano sample. The P-115 includes the sound of Yamaha's renowned CFIIIS 9' concert grand piano and is faithfully reproduced, allowing for incredible dynamics and expressiveness making Pure CF-equipped digital pianos worthy of the Yamaha name. Yamaha's GHS (Graded Hammer Standard) weighted action has heavier touch in the low end and lighter touch in the high end, just like the hammers inside an acoustic piano. Great for the aspiring pianist, practicing on the GHS action builds the proper finger technique for when the time comes to perform on an acoustic piano. Plus, the matte finish of the black keys are less slippery when playing for extended periods of time. The tweeter position has been improved in the P-115 to be in line with the ears of the performer. Melody lines and treble passages are brighter and more expressive as a result. This new configuration ensures that the instrument sounds sparkle and come alive across the entire tonal range. The Bundle includes knox double X stand an ultra sturdy stand that has been tested to make sure this piano sits stable on the stand.The stand adjusts to practically any height so you can play sitting or standing no matter what your height.In addition the knox bench is a large and stable bench with 3 height adjustments to match your preference.
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The positive is that the keyboard itself is well weighted, has a good feel, and has a variety of good sounding piano options as well as the other standard sounds. It is quite satisfying for a highly trained pianist when it is necessary to use a keyboard.
Cons: Sound is below average, limited number of voices
If you're a beginner or intermediate player looking for a great practice piano, then this is a good contender. The P115 is often compared to the Roland RP-30 and the Kawai ES110 (roughly $100 price difference). I didn't try out the other two when I bought the Yamaha, but from what I've read, the Kawai sounds the best. I didn't care about that sound too much because I figured digital pianos don't have the hardware to reproduce great sound anyway, and this is just a practice piano; nothing will beat an acoustic piano.
I've played piano for over ten years, but took a break from it for most of my adult life. I wanted to get back into it, but didn't have space for an acoustic piano, so I looked at digital ones in the $500-700 range. I ultimately chose the Yamaha because Amazon had a great deal on it. The Kawai seems less available, and the Roland was out of stock at the time. I don't regret my purchase, but I wish I tried the other two before buying. In terms of feel, the Yamaha plays just like an acoustic piano. The keys are responsive and have some heft to them; they're not too light or heavy. It's not going to feel like a real piano, but it's darn close, and good enough for a practice instrument.
The biggest con to me is the below average sound. The speakers are pretty small, so I wasn't expecting much, but it sounds very muffled and flat. The good thing is it has headphone ports. When paired with decent headphones, it sounds pretty good. I'm currently using it with the Sennheiser HD650, and it sounds great. It's perfect for practicing, since it won't bother the family or neighbors. In the future I want to hook up some powered bookshelf speakers to it since I don't like wearing headphones all the time.
Depending on the package you choose, it comes with a variety of accessories. I would try to pick one with a stand, bench, and damper pedal because without those, it's hard to play properly.
Whether you're just starting off or a seasoned pianist looking for something to practice on, the P115 is a great instrument that won't break the bank. It's not really for concerts or performing, but can definitely do small gigs if that's your thing.
Perfectly. The accessories that came with it made it all the more a great deal. It was shipped promptly and arrived earlier than promised. I would recommend it to anyone.