Yamaha P-125 B - Stage Piano
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If you are gigging with the P125, you will need to invest in a travel bag. Not only is it easier to carry the instrument, but the bag also serves as a protection for the piano. The P125 ships with an AC adapter and a pedal. However, as I mentioned above, the pedal is cheap and not satisfying to use at all. You'll want to buy a better pedal at least. Without stand and music rest, it has the dimensions of 132 x 31 x 17 cm (52″ x 12″ x 7″) KEY ACTION
Yamaha P125 Review - Kinda Hard To Recommend In 2019 Yamaha P125 Review - Kinda Hard To Recommend In 2019
Dear Wei, Thank you so much for your explanation over yamaha p-125 on key action. It really helpful to me. Yamaha claims that they've made the GHS action on the P125 smoother than P115, but the difference was not noticeable to this reviewer. Perhaps the difference is in the durability of components, but that's something you'll only find out over extended use. Last but not least, how does the Yamaha P125 compare to the former model, the very popular P115. And more important, is there any evolution that justifies choosing the P125?
Authentic piano playability
Intelligence Acoustic Control (IAC) solves the problem so many pianists have faced: low frequencies are just not audible enough at low volumes. However, if you already have one of the older models from the P series (or its equivalent from Casio/Roland/Kawai), the P series doesn't offer enough to warrant an upgrade.
Yamaha P125B 88-Key Weighted Action Digital Piano with
I have to make a special mention of the USB to Host port. This is the port you'll use to connect the keyboard to an iPad for using the Smart Pianist app. You'll also use it to connect the piano to a computer for transferring files or using the keyboard as a MIDI controller. USB-to-Host and L/R Line Out ports come in handy on the Yamaha P125 The buttons and keys are well labeled. You can get to the most commonly used settings and features without consulting the user Manual. There are 10 new sounds taking the complete range of built-in sounds to 24. There are the original 14 sounds found in the P115, but there are also new grand piano, electric piano, organ and string sounds.
So, you've decided to up your music production game and are considering investing in a Yamaha keyboard. Essentially, every GHS keyboard has weights built into the keys. The weights are heavier on the lower bass keys, and become lighter as you go up the octaves. This weight is meant to simulate the action of a real piano where bass notes tend to be more tightly wound, and thus, heavier. Weighted keys vs weightless (Synth action) keys
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Soft –The soft setting makes the piano particularly sensitive. It's great for pianists with a light touch or songs that require delicate control. For most songs, however, the soft setting will be too sensitive. However, the P45 is couple hundred dollars cheaper than the P-125. Many would say the P-125 is worth the extra money and I would agree on that. That sounds great when you're using a stand, but if you're keeping the piano on a flat, solid surface, you'll get nasty reflections from the downwards facing speakers.Like all of Yamaha's mid-range keyboards, the P125, like its predecessor, has 88 full-sized keys with Graded Hammer Standard (GHS) action.