Yamaha releases a new model of the P series: the P-121 digital piano.
The new P-121 is equipped with a 73-key (6 octaves) GHS weighted keyboard, the design is the same as the P-125, but the weight of the body is reduced to 10 kg, and the width of the piano is shortened to 1 meter 1.
more portable. The new P-121 still uses the PUER CF sound engine, presets 24 kinds of high-quality sounds including YAMAHA CFIIIS piano samples, and the black key surface is frosted GHS step-by-step weighted keyboard;
In addition to the metronome, the built-in drum rhythm patterns have been increased to 20, covering pop, rock, Latin, jazz, etc.; the newly improved two-way speakers have added EQ settings specially designed to fit on the desktop,
In order to ensure that the host can also obtain good sound effects when placed on the desktop; support Smart Pianist APP application, and function operations can be performed through smart tablet devices;
Yamaha has designed a new-look piano-style three-pedal for the new P121 this time. Overall, the P-121 can be seen as a 73-key portable version of the P-125.
As soon as the P121 was launched, the Roland RD-64 should be the first to bear the brunt. Quite a few people buy the RD64 because it is the only piano on the market that has the weight of a piano key and is barely portable. Although the 64-key piano body is very short and has great piano sound and keys, the disadvantage is that it still weighs 12KG and there is no speaker on the piano.
P-121 weighs 10KG, and is only 111CM in length. It has the same GHS keyboard as P125 (200 times better than RD64), has a speaker on the piano that can be turned off, and has an external stereo AUX OUT output interface. Mission, very portable and usability is beyond the table.
The P121 is a short version of the P-125, and functions 100% the same as the P125. The weight is reduced to 10KG (from 11.8KG of 125), and the length is 111CM (22CM shorter than 133CM of 125). The keys are the same SIZE, not scaled down, just reduced to 73 keys. Have you ever played the highest and lowest keys of the original 88 keys?