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Hi there, thank you for tuning in with us for a new piano review by Stu Harrison at Merriam Pianos! In this video we’re going to look in depth at Yamaha’s flagship all-in-one portable digital piano, the Yamaha P515. This piano hit the market a couple of years ago with a big splash, and rightfully so. We’re going to try and cover everything you might want to know if you’re shopping for a digital piano of this caliber.
Tone Engine and Sound:
The P515 is equipped with a pretty advanced sound engine, boasting 256 note polyphony, which is going to be more than adequate for virtually all playing situations. In terms of the main piano sounds loaded onto the instrument, Yamaha has sampled their 9 foot CFX concert grand, as well as the 9 foot Bosendorfer Imperial concert grand. These are both very nice samples, and sound quite distinct from one another. The CFX sounds much brighter, whereas the Bosendorfer sample is darker, with a fairly compressed dynamic experience. There’s several other less marquee piano tones which sound quite nice as well, as do the various electric piano and organ sounds.
The Yamaha P515 also has a function titled piano room, which essentially allows the user to edit certain tone related variables, such as lid position, brightness of the hammers, touch curve and reverb depth among others. This ability to customize piano sound is becoming standard on digital pianos in this quality range, and is certainly a nice add on.
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