Yamaha P-35 Digital Piano


If you are looking for an affordable digital piano with 88 hammer action keys the Yamaha P-35 is the right choice. It features a graded hammer standard (GHS) keyboard which makes it a perfect stage piano.

 

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Yamaha P-Series P-35

Main Features

Sounds & Voices10
Keyboard88 Keys with Graded Hammer Standard (GHS) Keyboard
Polyphony32
Accompaniment & RhythmsMetronome
PedalsSustain, ?Half pedal available with optional FC3)

Advanced Features & Connections

DisplayN/a
Advanced FeaturesTranspose, Tuning, Dual Layer, Split, Reverb (4 Types)
RecorderN/A
USBN/A
Headphone Output1X
Microphone InputN/A
Media PlayerN/A
ConnectionsMidi, Headphones, Sustain Pedal
Midi5 Pin Midi In/Out
Speakers6W x 2

Appearance

SizeWidth 1326mm, Height 154mm, Depth 295mm
Weight11.5 KG
Available ColoursBlack

Description

Superb sampled piano sound

AWM (Advanced Wave Memory) sampling uses digital technology to record an acoustic instrument’s sound. AWM Stereo Sampling creates a deeper, richer and more spacious sound by using pairs of waveforms (L and R) captured with two microphones.

Graded Hammer Standard (GHS) Keyboard

Enlarge Just as on a traditional acoustic piano, the keys of the lower notes have a heavier feel while the higher ones are lighter to the touch. Together with the matt-finish black keys, the P-35 feels as good to play as it sounds.

The low price point of the Yamaha P35 stage piano make it excellent as a first time buy, with the reputation of a brand such as Yamaha sure to give you reliable and professional sounded performance. 10 voices are on offer including two grand pianos (which can be accessed quickly via the keyboards bespoke “Grand Piano” button), two electric pianos, two organs, a strings patch, two harpsichord variations and a vibraphone. This range of sounds should be enough for most applications including use in bands and other ensembles. To add a bit of variety to your sound, four types of reverb and a chorus effect are available to use. The Yamaha P35 is also an ideal keyboard for practice as it features a metronome with adjustable tempo alongside a single headphone output for silent practice. Overall, this is a great first time stage piano that will serve you well and support your practice while sounding great.

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