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I love the keyboard, both as a fantastic instrument and as a good-looking addition to my living room. Pedal and bench are both great, although I wish the bench had a bit better resolution for setting the height.
I've been looking around for an instrument for a while, and after searching my two biggest requirements, (graded hammer action, and full 88 keys) the Yamaha P-115 was suggested. I looked at some reviews on YouTube, as well as listened to a few songs and thought that it had a great sound.
Over the years and through hundreds of studio sessions I have played nearly every board on the market. I bought one of these to donate to our church youth band. After unpackaging and playing around with it I was simply amazed at what it could do for the price so just for fun took it to a local...
My first digital piano. Purchased for discreet practice, composing and recording. 30 years experience of playing acoustic spinet piano. The P-115's action seemed relatively heavy at first but acclimatization was rapid.
Easy to Use, Portable, Realistic Sound, Responsive / Good Action, Touch Sensitive Keys
Limited Sound Selection
The Yamaha P115 88 Key Digital Stage Piano is a great value. With the weighted keys, it plays like an acoustic piano. The built in sound system sounds great. There are various piano types, organ types, and strings, which are easy to select and sound fantastic. I highly recommend the P115!
So far so good!! I would recommend it to anyone who wants a piano upgrade !!
So first of all, I am not an accomplish keyboard player. I am a high intermediate, low advanced guitar player. When I write music, I tend to prefer to work things out on the piano first as I am build a song. I have also picked-up enough to cord and add some solos to my recordings.
Yamaha P115B is excellent and is just what we needed so my daughter can continue her piano lessons. It sounds just like the grand piano plus it has some really nice features. My daughter loves it.
Great quality for the price. Just what i was looking for. Glad I chose Yahmaha over Casio. Way better sound and key response.
I absolutely adore this piano! It has a great action, amazing sound, and small footprint. It looks pretty good in my living room too. Only problem is the bench. It started falling apart after about a week of use. Otherwise, great value!
- Number of keys: 88 Key
- Action: Graded-hammer
- Key size: Full
- Aftertouch / Velocity: Velocity Sensitive
- Key Type: Piano-style
- Number of voices: 14
- Polyphony (max): 192-note
- Layers: Yes
- Split: Yes
- AUX input: No
- MIDI Connectivity: MIDI over USB
- Line output: Yes
- Line input: No
- USB Connectivity: Yes
- Headphone jacks: 2
- Pedal inputs: 3
- Storage type: Not applicable
- Expandability available: No
- Onboard Features
- Recording/Playback Digital audio
- Accompaniment styles: 10
- Preset songs: 50
- Display: Backlight LCD
- Effects: Yes
- Built-in speakers: Yes
- Pitch bend/Modulation: Not applicable
- Other controls: Not applicable
- Reverb: Yes
- Chorus: Yes
- Delay: No
- Equalizer: Yes
- Arpeggio: No
- Other: No
- Width: 52.25" (1,326mm)
- Height: 6.25" (163mm)
- Depth: 11.5" (295mm)
- Weight: 26 lbs.
- Power adapter: Included
- Batteries: Not applicable
- Stand or bench included: Sold Separately