This is a great-sounding portable keyboard that seems to have something for everyone. It comes with an attractive matching stand that puts the instrument at the correct recommended height.
The 88-key weighted graded hammer action keyboard feels remarkably like a grand piano – the keys are heavier in the low end, lighter in the high, and exquisitely responsive.
For those who prefer it, the Yamaha DGX-630 can also be played in traditional keyboard mode (chording on the left side of the keyboard, in the bass section).
It has 64 notes of polyphony, less than some digital pianos but enough for expressive and natural tones. Buyers describe the sound quality as “superb” and “phenomenal.”
The keyboard has an extensive range of top-quality reverb and chorus effects and instrument voices, as well as harmony effects for the melody part. The options for creativity are almost endless.
This model provides some useful features for beginners. For example, there are 30 built-in songs plus 70 more on the included CD-ROM, providing 7 levels of lessons plus a chord dictionary.
The keyboard has 2 USB ports on the back for ample connectivity. Songwriters will appreciate the 6-track recorder that can record multi-track, multi-voice compositions.
All in all, this instrument combines impressive sound with a feature set that will make just about everyone happy. It’s a fine choice for beginners and non-professionals.
Here are some of the features of the Yamaha DGX-630 88 Full-Sized Keyboard with Weighted Action:
- – 88 piano style, weighted keys with graded soft touch
- – 6-track recorder
- – Digital effects for reverb, chorus and instrumental sound
- – 503 high-quality tones
- – 64 note polyphony and 16 part multi timbrel
- – Stereo speakers
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Here is what current owners have to say about the Yamaha DGX-630 88 Full-Sized Keyboard with Weighted Action:
T. Navarro: “I absolutely love this keyboard. Don’t sell yourself short and think that it’d be better to spend $200 or so less on a different keyboard. Trust me, the money is worth it. If you’re looking for a very acoustic piano sounding keyboard, this one is for you. It comes with lots of bells and whistles, which is great for whatever need you see fit…but if you’re like me, than perhaps you just want a full-sized weighted keyboard that feels and sounds authentic. The keys are just about as sensitive as a piano, if not more, allowing you to gain emphasis in your playing.”