Yamaha Launch P-121 Digital Piano
Compact design, realistic feel and sound
Most people know what a grand piano looks like, but far fewer have ever had the chance to play one. Those who have know just how it feels and sounds. The biggest problem with a grand piano, however, is its size. That's where Yamaha's P-121 digital piano comes in. It has a compact design and graded hammer keys that are heavier lower down and lighter higher up making it feel just like you're playing an acoustic piano. There are 24 highly-realistic sounds including Yamaha's CF III grand piano on board as well as 20 accompaniment styles that cover genres like rock, pop, jazz and latin. A base and a pedal unit are available for purchase separately.
P-121: other features
The P-121 has layer, split and dual modes and effects include reverb, damper resonance, sound boost and Intelligent Acoustic Control. The speaker system has been designed to give you a realistic sound experience and the table EQ optimises the sound when the P-121 is placed on a flat surface like a table.
The P-121 is expected to be available for delivery in October 2018.