The keyboard may be called a “Portable Grand Piano,” but if you’re looking for something that simulates the sound and feel of an acoustic piano, you may not be happy with this instrument.
The graded soft touch action which is supposed to make it feel like a piano keyboard isn’t bad, but it’s not as realistic as the feel of some other models.
The keyboard sounds good – clean, clear and solid, especially for the middle keys. But again, the sound doesn’t mimic the sound of a real piano closely enough to satisfy some buyers. Read Top 10 Digital Piano
That’s not to say this is a bad product. Overall it amounts to something more than a standard keyboard and something less than a digital piano.
The keyboard comes with plenty of attractive features, including a wide range of instrument voices and sound effects. It has a versatile metronome and also allows you to record performances for listening or practice sessions. USB connectivity is built into the product.
It comes with a stand, power adapter, and sustain pedal. The wooden stand is assembled with nuts and bolts and seems to be very sturdy. The keyboard itself is screwed securely onto the stand.
- – Graded Soft Touch action
- – USB connectivity
- – Stand, adapter and sustain pedal
- – Performance Assistance Technology
- – A Music Database provides complete keyboard setups by song title
- – Item Weight: 70 pounds
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Here is what current owners have to say about the Yamaha YPG-535 88-Key Portable Grand Piano Keyboard:
Skaiya: “First, let me say that this is a solid product for a very good price. It’s highly portable, even once you set it up. I’m not sure how much it weighs, but I’m a 5′3″, 95lbs person, and I can lift and carry this piano with a medium amount of effort. It’s got a full keyboard, and has hundreds of different sounds effects, as well as a pretty good volume range and a jack that you can plug your headphones into if you want a little bit of privacy (although, you have to buy an adapter for your headphone jack).”
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