Yamaha p35 Digital Piano [product review]

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Yamaha p35 Digital Piano [product review]

When it comes time for you to make the jump from beginner status to intermediate, the first thing you’re probably going to consider is buying an acoustic piano.  When you come back down to Earth and realize how expensive and space-consuming that is, you’ll be in the market for an affordable 88-key digital keyboard.
The only problem with these is that they can be expensive too, which is why we’re taking a look at one of the more affordable 88-key digital piano options in this Yamaha P35 review.
Digital pianos are best known today for their accurate sound quality, key settings, light weight and portability. If you want to choose a good digital piano for these features, the new model of Yamaha P35 will be the best choice for you.
The Yamaha P35 digital piano has an elegant appearance and perhaps more importantly, the feel of a real concert grand piano.  This fully weighted keyboard provides you with light response in the upper register and progressively heavier action the lower you play – just like the keys of an acoustic piano. The sound of an acoustic piano is achieved using Advanced Wave Memory sampling technology and the built-in stereo speaker system. In addition to the sound of real acoustic grand piano the P-35 also features ten stunningly realistic instruments, including electric piano, organs, harpsichord and vibraphone.
Lightweight and easily portable piano can be fitted in your car. The quality of Yamaha digital pianos is excellent and this is backed with a full 3-year warranty.
If you are looking for a high quality and affordable piano, this model is best for you.
With a retail price of $619.99, they are available at Music Workshop for $519 and come in Black or White.
Review provided by Music Workshop