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Yamaha P70 - Digital Stage Piano - Black Finish - 88 Fully Weighted Touch Sensitive Keys

by Yamaha

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  • Outstanding sound quality and elegant design
  • Only 13Kg makes this lightweight and portable
  • 88 full size piano style keys
  • Fully weighted touch sensitive 'graded hammer' action for realistic feel
  • 10 real stereo sounds including a superb piano
  • Built in speakers
  • Includes sutain footswitch
  • Black finish
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Technical Details
BrandYamaha
Item Weight19 Kg
Product Dimensions149.1 x 45.4 x 24.4 cm
Item model numberP70
  
Additional Information
ASINB000I1O11A
Best Sellers Rank 294,641 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight19 Kg
Date First Available23 Aug 2006
  
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If you need a digital piano but space is at a premium or you will be moving the piano around then the P70 is the perfect choice. Offering outstanding sound quality, elegant design and fully weighted keys the P70 weighs in at just over 13Kg.

Simple functionality is the key but with 10 AWM sounds to choose from and powerful built in speakers the P70 will never let you down.

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  • Keyboard
  • Footswitch
  • Adaptor

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    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Anthony D. Smith on 27 Sep 2007
    Just bought this Yamaha P70 electric piano from Amazon, and immediately I opened the box, I knew this was a serious piece of kit. With limited space in my study, I could easliy place it on my study desk (when not using the computer) and I felt very at home with it. Together with the rich sounds emanating from the keyboard speakers, I knew that I would get many years of pleasure with this instrument.
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Graham Mccarthy VINE VOICE on 17 Mar 2008
    Electric pianos have a number of significant advantages over their more traditional acoustic cousins in that they are smaller, portable, stay in tune and have headphone sockets. The disadvantages can be the lack of `real pedals, the sound quality and the feel of the keyboard.

    The `P' in P70 stands for professional and that is a clue that this is a serious piece of kit and not a toy. Sure you can get cheaper keyboards with more features, but where you should ask yourself have the compromises been made.

    If like me you're still learning then the weight and feel of the keys is perhaps the most important aspect. The P70 has Yamaha's Graded Hammer Standard Keyboard (GHS) with beautifully weighted, touch sensitive keys and feels very similar to a real piano, making the transition from one to the other easier. I found it tough going to a lesson and using my teachers heavy acoustic piano when I'd practices on one with an over light touch. This was the primary reason for getting a P70.

    The Piano sound is really very good indeed and makes this an ideal piano for performances. It's easy to carry too; I regularly take mine with me when I'm staying away on business trips and use my headphones. I would have no hesitation in recommending this piano but for one thing, the Yamaha P85 is now out, is better specified, is slightly smaller and at a similar price.
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Hawkeye on 10 Aug 2007
    After having tried the main contenders from other established brands in the sub £500 price range (Korg, Roland, Casio and M-Audio) I can say that the P70 is the outstanding option amongst its rivals. The two piano sounds are excellent (as are a number of the other banked voices) and the weighted keys are very convincing. Speakers are integrated so no further equipment is needed. The P70 would make an excellent solution for a player with limited space and the cost also makes it a sensible choice for a beginner.
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