If you have been looking for a very economical, yet sophisticated alternative, to expensive ducky keyboard, the Yamaha YPT Keyboard is definitely one of the best choices out there.
Not only is this keyboard manufactured by a world leader in keyboards and music equipment, it also has a completely revamped design that never sacrifices sound quality. Keyboardists and pianists across the globe know for a fact that when you need to sit down and play seriously, you don’t grab just any keyboard. You sit down and do some serious playing on a Yamaha keyboard.
The Yamaha YPT Keyboard is considered a milestone in Yamaha technology, because the manufacturer was able to bring a high quality keyboard to the market for less than $200.
It is common for high quality keyboard to cost more than $400; a keyboard that has UWS (ultra wide stereo) and built-in educational software is a real gem if it costs less than $400. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced pianist, the YPT Keyboard is a good choice, because it is compact and light, and it can definitely fit in the smallest of apartments.
The X-style brace will help stabilize the keyboard for long periods of time, and as long as you’ve put together the brace properly, it will remain sturdy for many years to come. One of the best things about the YPT Keyboard package is the genuine Yamaha closed-cup headphones.
Yamaha headphones are usually very expensive, but the manufacturer has chosen to include one pair in the package so you can really listen and immerse yourself in your music. The closed-cup headphones will be a real boon, especially if you don’t want your neighbors, or even people in your own house, to hear what you’re playing (especially at night!).
Just plug in the closed-cup headphones, and you are ready to play. If this is your first time playing a keyboard, know that you can easily adjust the volume of the music with simple turn of a knob, and with the ultra-wide stereo feature you can be sure that all your notes will be expressed the keyboard with the highest clarity and fidelity.
Polyphony issues are almost unknown with Yamaha keyboards, so you won’t have to worry about not hearing any notes that you’ve played if you decide to record your music. If you are thinking that you are going to be bored with the YPT Keyboard, you are very mistaken because there are more 350 different voices available for instant use. There’s the Grand Piano voice that we are familiar with, but then there is also voices such as the Harpsichord, Guitar, and so on.