Excerpt: I bought this piano as a means to find out whether I liked piano playing. That meant it had to have a bare minimum of sound and feel resemblance of a real piano. Sound has to inspire, touch has to give you the ability to express yourself.
Excerpt: 76 notes!!! Midi in and out USE I use it as a MIDI keyboard and I'm satisfied with it. It's light and can work with batteries. It's a good Midi keyboard and its price is unbeatable, at least to start playing piano without going broke...
Excerpt: When I bought this from a music store, I had a choice between: the np-30 and another, smaller keyboard. Needless to say that bought it, this was as the np-30, despite having 10 voices, had touch-sensitive keys and a longer keyboard length (76 keys), perfect for learning piano on.
Excerpt: For the bowels of the beast, see the previous review (I do not want to make repetition). I would say that THE Yamaha error, it has been to propose two low-quality speakers stuck OF EITHER SIDE of the keyboard.
A lot of digital piano for the money with only a handful of compromises - can you handle a handful?
8 October 2010
Excerpt: Perhaps you are familiar with my story: you learned Piano at a young age, then the world became filled with much more exciting things to do. The years go by, and the piano in the corner of a dusty room grows more and more out of tune, until you finally have to say goodbye to it.
Excerpt: I am an avid collector of all things musical, especially keyboards as I currently own six, yes six of them! My excuse for this is simply as a musician and keyboard player, this is my indulgence. I have this model in it's silver finish, and I bought it from Argos for about £250.