Yamaha Arius YDP140 Digital Home Piano
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The Yamaha Arius YDP140 88 Key Digital Piano comes through with authentic sound and natural touch.
Exceptionally natural key touch virtually replicates that of an actual grand piano with Graded Hammer Standard keyboard with matte black keytops. Built-in AWM stereo sampled instrument voices faithfully reproduce their complete range from the soft, dark lows to the glistening, bright highs.
The damper pedal includes an authentic Half Damper effect, giving you nuanced expressive control over the sustained sound far more realistic than a simple on/off footswitch.
Built-in song recorder and metronome make this instrument ideal for piano lessons, practicing, or even as a scratch-pad for you next masterpiece. 50 specially selected piano songs of standard piano repertoire are built into each Arius, either for your listening enjoyment, or as a rehearsal tool while playing out of the included 50 Greats for the Piano book.
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Realistic Graded Hammer Piano Touch for the Aspiring Musician
Drawing on over a hundred years of experience and craftsmanship in making world class acoustic pianos, Yamaha introduces the Arius series. All of these instruments provide exceptionally natural, grand piano-like touch, with realistic weight gradations-heavy in the lower end, and light in the upper. The YDP140 features the entry-level Graded Hammer Standard (GHS) keyboard with realistic matte black finish key tops. While technically an entry level action (beneath the more sophisticated Graded Hammer Effect), GHS is designed for budding pianists who require weighted keys to develop the proper playing technique for an acoustic grand.
AWM Dynamic Stereo Sampling for Authentic Piano Sound
The Arius series digital pianos feature Yamahas sophisticated AWM (Advanced Wave Memory) with Dynamic Stereo Sampling for the ultimate in instrument realism. Taken at different 3 levels of soft, medium and loud each key is comprised of multiple stereo recordings of an actual grand piano. This provides subtle differences in volume and timbre depending on how you play the keys, and gives you full expressive control over the sound.
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