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Good digital piano at an affordable price. All the cheaper ones I tried are gadgets. This one isn't! - Reviews Yamaha P-105

Value For Money : Excellent Audience: Anyone
I use this piano to play classical music at home, often at night for myself, with a headset. I already had an upright acoustic piano and a Clavinova digital piano, both too heavy to be easily moved.
I wanted a keyboard of good quality that could be easily moved, and didn't want to spend too much on it. When I went to the music shop, I tried all the available keyboards cheaper than this one, and was satisfied with none of them (gadgets, low sound quality, number of keys too low, or bad touch that prevented to put enough feeling). This digital piano was the cheapest one that met all my needs. Unlike my former Yamaha digital piano, the trebles are not too weak at the extreme right end of the piano. The keyboard is well-balanced, the keys quickly come back, and the touch is neither too weak nor too strong. It is a bit long and won't fit in all cars, but it is light compared to the other ones I've owned - one person can easily carry it alone -. It is easy to carry it if you often change rehearsal places. You can connect two headsets at the same time, and digital output for computers is also available.

A very good product that I recommend to everybody. Beginners, don't buy a cheaper product, otherwise you will have to buy a new one again once you have realized the piano you bought was more a gadget than a music instrument.