Reviews and Problems with Yamaha CP33 Digital Piano
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Value for money 10
Ease of use 8
Overall quality 10
Customer support 8
Bill K in Gray, TN, zzounds.com
1 April 2012
Summary: This is an amazing keyboard! The six accoustic pianos sound so real, it is hard to tell that it isn't an impressive grand. There are four electric piano sounds, resembling a Fender Rhodes, Wurlitzer, Yamaha DX7 and another that I'm not sure of (It was called an "ice piano" on one keyboard). The jazz organ is certainly useful to me, although I doubt I will ever use the church organ in my line of work. (The church organ sound is impressive though.
Summary: Again, it is what I was looking for. The P-series in no longer equiped with outputs for stage performance and recording, and to be honest the P-60 was better constructed than the new P-140. The cp-33 will open doors of performance because of it's state of the art piano sounds. No the other brands DO NOT sound as good as Yamaha.
Summary: At home or on stage, the CP33 is a beautiful piano to play. The 88 keys are superb quality, fully weighted, and a joy to play, some may even find the Yamaha GH keyboard a little on the heavy side. This is really a stage piano and aimed at the live performance market, it has a wealth of features to tailor it to live performances and some that you may expect to find in a home piano are missing.