Summary: I use this in Worship Service every Sunday. I wouldn't trade it for any other Digital Piano. It truly has the awesome Yamaha Concert Grand Sound inside it. I'd only trade this for a real Yamaha CF Concert Piano. That's all that I'd ever want in it's place.
Pros: Authentic Concert Grand, Easy to Use, Responsive / Good Action, Touch Sensitive Keys
Summary: I am Worship Leader who plays weekly and travels frequently. You can not beat the authentic sound of this Keyboard. The pre-programmed performance settings help to make a very professional sound. I highly recommend this Keyboard.
Pros: Easy to Use, Realistic Sound, Responsive / Good Action, Touch Sensitive Keys
Excerpt: There are 7 octaves on the Yamaha CP-300. There are Midi Connections In, Out, Through, Phones, Input,(L Mono,R) Output(L/R) Assignable Foot Pedal (Sustain/Sostenuto/Soft/Aux) USB to Host, AC Inlet.
Excerpt: The Yamaha CP300 is an 88 key digital piano with 50 plus different instrument sounds, with two on board speakers. It has everything you need to go perform with or just play in the comfort of your own home with.
Summary: The YAMAHA CP300 is one of the most highly respected and most sought after piano's available and as a musician and performer I cannot stress the amazing quality of this piano. The piano is a solid investment. It is well built and looks great.
Pros: Grand Piano Voice sounds identical to real thing, 100's of extra voices, Multi - track recording
Cons: Quite heavy, Quite an investment (but worth every penny)
Summary: Yamaha CP300 sings better than its previous pianos. I compared it to some other pianos such as Bluthner, Bosendorfer, Bechstein, Technics PR900 and Yamaha P-150. Its features include MIDI/XG tone generator which is much more capable than the P-150, a detachable power lead and a panel lock which...
Summary: Other than from an economic angle, I was never a fan of Yamaha acoustic pianos. So back in the 1980s it came as no surprise when their digital instruments failed to impress me. In my opinion Yamaha pianos sounded too 'wooden' at the top end.
Pros: reasonable price, reasonable sound, portable, built - in amplification & speakers, USB port
Cons: no music rest supplied, a few dodgy - sounding notes around D4