Yamaha CP33

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The Yamaha CP33 digital piano is the the result of 30 years of technology and experience. In 1976, Yamaha released the first of the CP series stage pianos. These electric grands became instant classics with their authentic sound and live performance convenience. Thirty years later, Yamaha celebrates those milestone keyboards by unveiling the latest and greatest in the CP series: the CP300 and CP33. Drawing on Yamaha's rich tradition and experience, these instruments give the live performer all the sound and expressiveness of a superbly mic'd grand piano with the portability and versatility of a modern digital instrument. Yamaha CP33 Features 88-key Graded Hammer keyboard with authentic touch State-of-the-art AWM tone generation system Maximum polyphony of 64 notes Compact, light and portable, easy to carry and easy to set up 28 original voices Reverb, and other effects, including Chorus, Phaser, Temolo and Rotary Speaker Comprehensive MIDI functions Mastermode, for independent control of up to two external tone generators Real-time controllers, including Sliders and Pitch Bend/Modulation wheels for maximum expression USB terminal, letting you connect to a computer for recording of your performances, creating/arranging of songs, and converting to notation mention real-time controllers Made To Be Played


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Keyboard Keys: 88 key


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Product Title: Yamaha CP33

Manufacturer: Yamaha

Lowest Price: $999.99 from Amazon.com Marketplace

Power Score: 4.5 | 2 Reviews


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It's a pleasure to play.

I'm using it to learn piano again. I had taken lessons as a child. The CP33's feel and sound are very enjoyable and rewarding.

By Tim on Adorama - Sep 2, 2013

Still the best overall value

In my opinion, this is still one of the best values in portable digital pianos/controllers. This is my second cp33. I sold my first one thinking I wanted something "lighter." Yes, I got lighter sounds, lighter road worthiness, flimsier materials. Just a less than pro experience than my good old road dog cp33. Now that I'm back, and the novelty of "lighter" has worn off, it feels great to be able...
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By watsolo on Adorama - Aug 13, 2013

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