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Yamaha P95B Digital Portable Piano

by Yamaha

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  • 88 note full size piano keyboard
  • Yamaha's Graded Hammer Standard keyboard - replicates the feel of a traditional piano
  • Compact lightweight design - perfect for stage or home
  • 10 AWM voices including Stereo Grand Piano
  • Metronome and 2 x headphone sockets
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Technical Details
Item Weight17 Kg
Product Dimensions28 x 38 x 148 cm
Item model numberP95B
ColourBlack
  
Additional Information
ASINB003MQLYM2
Best Sellers Rank 12,758 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight17 Kg
Date First Available1 Jan. 2006
  
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Manufacturer's Description

The P95 represents full Yamaha quality in a compact, affordable, digital piano. Featuring Yamaha's Graded Hammer Standard (GHS) keyboard, the P95 responds just like a traditional piano where the lower notes have a heavier touch and the higher ones are more responsive to lighter playing. The attractive, slim, lightweight design suits virtually any interior decorand no piano movers required!.

The instrument features an array of commonly used sounds such as grand pianos, electric organs, vibraphone, haprsichords and strings. Each of these sounds have been recorded and recreated with Yamaha's unrivaled attention to detail. The P95 also benefits from a recording system enabling you to record your favourate performance and 2 headphone sockets for private practise

Box Contains

  • P95 Portable Digital Piano
  • FC5 Sustain Pedal
  • Power Supply
  • Music Rest
  • Instruction Manual

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    34 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Charles Caporal on 30 Jan. 2011
    Colour Name: Black
    Amazing value, incredible touch. At first i though the sound wasn't great but i soon discovered it was just the speakers that weren't at the same quality level as the rest, with headphones or good speakers(for pubblic occasions) it's just delightful. The grand piano sound makes playing even more addictive.
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    77 of 79 people found the following review helpful By Fantasy_Reader on 18 Oct. 2010
    Colour Name: Black
    There is a distinct difference between pianists and electronic keyboard players. I fell into the pianist category and I needed a stage piano to be able to take around to rehearsals/gigs etc. After having a look at a number of different reviews of different products, most noticeably the m-audio pro keys 88. I knew I only wished to spend up to £500 - absolutely no more and during my research, this looked the best bet.
    When it came, I tried it out straight away. It has a lovely feel - granted not exactly like an acoustic piano, but certainly (at least to me) far better than a keyboard.

    My only gripe is that it doesn't have a dedicated line out port but this is not the end of the world as the keyboard does have two headphone sockets.

    This I would say is perfect as a first stage piano. It's not got all the features of the more expensive models. However, the feel and sound of it is lovely for the price I paid.
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    29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By JudgeNic on 17 Jan. 2011
    Colour Name: Black
    We bought this keyboard as our son (aged 6) is in his second year of learning the piano. Up to now he has had a normal electronic keyboard but the size and feel of the keys was not making his practice as effective as it could be. we order the keyboard for delivery to France and it arrived amazingly quickly (thanks Amazon!).

    We intended to order the Yamaha stand as well but it was too heavy to have delivered to France so we sourced it separately, returning to Amazon for the full pedal unit.

    The piano has been an instant success. Either played with or without headphones the sound is superb and the feel of the keys is remarkably accurate (certainly for us as beginners).

    We don't really use the other sounds (e.g. organ, harpsichord etc.) as it was bought for our son to improve and for us to rekindle our basic piano skills long since forgotten!

    The metronome facility is easy to use and quite useful but the simple built in recording function is not intuitive and not particularly user friendly (although it does what it says on the tin).

    Complete with the stand and pedals this is a stylish piece of furniture although it lacks a cover so the piano is quick to pick up dust and other debris. We bought a Yamaha nylon cover but it does not fit properly with the music stand in place. The stand seems expensive for what are just a few pieces of plastic covered wood but it is solid and makes the piano easy to use. The pedal unit is also very solid but it would look nicer if there was a proper channel for the cable rather than the supplied stick on cable ties.

    All in all we are extremely pleased with our purchase and would recommend it.
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    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By jibberjabber on 24 Jan. 2012
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    I've wanted to learn to play the piano for many years but never really got around to it. Having been disatisfied with the (uninspiring) sounds of a couple of electronic keyboards I did some extensive research of reviews and youtube videos of digital pianos up to about £600 before settling on the Yamaha P95 Digital Piano. I have to say that for £399 I am blown away by the quality of this product.

    The graded hammer standard keys feel just like my inlaw's Challen upright piano and I am very pleased with their responsiveness. The playability of the piano feels natural and inspiring - I just want to keep going back to it to practice a bit more. The sound from the on board speakers is good, but isn't completely thrilling; I find using a quality set of headphones or external speakers really brings the P95 to life as you will get to experience much more from its 10 voices than without. Until I am a concert pianist (!) I cannot see how a more expensive piano could offer me a better experience than this.

    I have only owned this for a week so far and as I mentioned I am a beginner, but having spent approx 15 hours on it I have learnt to play Moonlight Sonata 1st movement, as it seems pretty easy, and am working my way through Davy Jones from Pirates of the Caribbean which is surprisingly more difficult than Moonlight in my opinion!

    If you too are reading this review as a piano beginner I also recommend the online Rocket Piano course (search through Google). The deal was 89% off when I signed up in Dec 2011 so it cost £8.24, and seems very thorough and well paced.
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    32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Pianist on 23 Dec. 2010
    Colour Name: Black
    I am thrilled with this piano. It has been 40 years since I went to lessons and this instrument is proving ideal for getting me back into the swing of things. The look, size and feel of the keyboard are excellent. Although it is not a genuine piano, the sound compares very well with the real thing.
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    27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By MonteCristo on 28 Sept. 2011
    Colour Name: Black
    I've had P95 for about a year now. It's my first digital piano, although I've played piano for almost 30 years. I think it's a great tool for practice. The most important thing for me is the feel, which is very natural indeed. I tried several different brands and models in this price category and liked P95 the best.

    Grand piano 1 is the only sound I use. It's not perfect but certainly good enough. The rest I don't care or like. If you'd prefer having a great selection of sounds, P95 may not be for you. For me it's not an issue, because I can always plug in midi cables and use any virtual instrument on my computer I want. And most of the time Grand piano 1 is just fine.

    The pedal is a piece of plastic but it works.

    If you value good hammer action feel, P95 might be your choice. However, as it's a matter personal preference, I'd suggest testing different models for yourself.
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