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by Jhyn
02 May 2010, 22:22
Forum: Digital Pianos
Topic: Choice in Yamaha entry-level pianos
Replies: 3
Views: 3095

Re: Choice in Yamaha entry-level pianos

For your information, I eventually settled for a Yamaha, and I am as for now (three weeks of use) satisfied with it. The touch is a bit light and the sound sampling too cristalline (I don't know the exact term) in the high-pitched notes. Its direct concurrents weren't any better concerning the touch...
by Jhyn
25 Mar 2010, 17:27
Forum: Digital Pianos
Topic: Choice in Yamaha entry-level pianos
Replies: 3
Views: 3095

Re: Choice in Yamaha entry-level pianos

Thank you very much for your answer. I went to the shop and tried some digital pianos, Casio, Privia & Yamaha. I did feel much more comfortable playing the Yamaha, but they only had some middle-level pianos, so I will come back in two weeks when they receive some entrey-level YDP and CDP (they only ...
by Jhyn
23 Mar 2010, 00:10
Forum: Digital Pianos
Topic: Choice in Yamaha entry-level pianos
Replies: 3
Views: 3095

Choice in Yamaha entry-level pianos

Hi, I am a French (some broken English to expect) beginner piano player. I began playing last year and I will have no longer access to the pianos in my university, so I am planning on buying a digital piano. Basically, this will be the piano for my home practice. My study is purely classical, so I a...