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YAMAHA P71 88-Key Weighted Action Digital Piano With Sustain Pedal And Power Supply (Amazon-Exclusive)
YAMAHA P71 88-Key Weighted Action Digital Piano With Sustain Pedal And Power Supply (Amazon-Exclusive)
YAMAHA P71 88-Key Weighted Action Digital Piano With Sustain Pedal And Power Supply (Amazon-Exclusive)
YAMAHA P71 88-Key Weighted Action Digital Piano With Sustain Pedal And Power Supply (Amazon-Exclusive)
YAMAHA P71 88-Key Weighted Action Digital Piano With Sustain Pedal And Power Supply (Amazon-Exclusive)
YAMAHA P71 88-Key Weighted Action Digital Piano With Sustain Pedal And Power Supply (Amazon-Exclusive)

YAMAHA P71 88-Key Weighted Action Digital Piano With Sustain Pedal And Power Supply (Amazon-Exclusive)

YAMAHA P71 88-Key Weighted Action Digital Piano With Sustain Pedal And Power Supply (Amazon-Exclusive)
YAMAHA P71 88-Key Weighted Action Digital Piano With Sustain Pedal And Power Supply (Amazon-Exclusive)
YAMAHA P71 88-Key Weighted Action Digital Piano With Sustain Pedal And Power Supply (Amazon-Exclusive)
YAMAHA P71 88-Key Weighted Action Digital Piano With Sustain Pedal And Power Supply (Amazon-Exclusive)
YAMAHA P71 88-Key Weighted Action Digital Piano With Sustain Pedal And Power Supply (Amazon-Exclusive)
YAMAHA P71 88-Key Weighted Action Digital Piano With Sustain Pedal And Power Supply (Amazon-Exclusive)
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Features

  • Amazon exclusive model includes power adapter and sustain pedal
  • 88 fully weighted piano style keys simulate the feel of an acoustic piano and provide a quality playing experience
  • Contains 10 different voices, including digitally sampled tones from real Yamaha acoustic grand pianos
  • Dual mode lets you combine 2 voices together, like piano and strings, for an inspiring new playing experience
  • Slim and stylish design with a depth of less than 12 inches, the P71 requires little space and weighs only 25 pounds

Description

The Yamaha P71B is an Amazon-exclusive model designed to be the perfect Home digital piano for rehearsing, learning and creating. A full sized piano keyboard with fully-weighted keys and Yamaha Premium piano voices provide the user with the most realistic feel and sound possible while maintaining a modest footprint in your home. It comes along with a proper USB port, a sustain jack, and a headphone jack as well. You can definitely connect it with an amplifier as well. Integrating the keyboard sounds with other music software will be pretty easy too. It doesn't have MIDI, but USB support will get the job done.


Item Weight 25 pounds


Product Dimensions 58.2 x 16.1 x 11.7 inches


ASIN B01LY8OUQW


Item model number P71B


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 1,501 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #112 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments) #2 in Home Digital Pianos


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available September 20, 2016


Color Name Black


Number of Keyboard Keys 88


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Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Features

  • Amazon exclusive model includes power adapter and sustain pedal
  • 88 fully weighted piano style keys simulate the feel of an acoustic piano and provide a quality playing experience
  • Contains 10 different voices, including digitally sampled tones from real Yamaha acoustic grand pianos
  • Dual mode lets you combine 2 voices together, like piano and strings, for an inspiring new playing experience
  • Slim and stylish design with a depth of less than 12 inches, the P71 requires little space and weighs only 25 pounds

Description

The Yamaha P71B is an Amazon-exclusive model designed to be the perfect Home digital piano for rehearsing, learning and creating. A full sized piano keyboard with fully-weighted keys and Yamaha Premium piano voices provide the user with the most realistic feel and sound possible while maintaining a modest footprint in your home. It comes along with a proper USB port, a sustain jack, and a headphone jack as well. You can definitely connect it with an amplifier as well. Integrating the keyboard sounds with other music software will be pretty easy too. It doesn't have MIDI, but USB support will get the job done.


Item Weight 25 pounds


Product Dimensions 58.2 x 16.1 x 11.7 inches


ASIN B01LY8OUQW


Item model number P71B


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 1,501 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #112 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments) #2 in Home Digital Pianos


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available September 20, 2016


Color Name Black


Number of Keyboard Keys 88


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Amazon exclusive model includes power adapter and sustain pedal
  • 88 fully weighted piano style keys simulate the feel of an acoustic piano and provide a quality playing experience
  • Contains 10 different voices, including digitally sampled tones from real Yamaha acoustic grand pianos
  • Dual mode lets you combine 2 voices together, like piano and strings, for an inspiring new playing experience
  • Slim and stylish design with a depth of less than 12 inches, the P71 requires little space and weighs only 25 pounds

Description

The Yamaha P71B is an Amazon-exclusive model designed to be the perfect Home digital piano for rehearsing, learning and creating. A full sized piano keyboard with fully-weighted keys and Yamaha Premium piano voices provide the user with the most realistic feel and sound possible while maintaining a modest footprint in your home. It comes along with a proper USB port, a sustain jack, and a headphone jack as well. You can definitely connect it with an amplifier as well. Integrating the keyboard sounds with other music software will be pretty easy too. It doesn't have MIDI, but USB support will get the job done.


Item Weight 25 pounds


Product Dimensions 58.2 x 16.1 x 11.7 inches


ASIN B01LY8OUQW


Item model number P71B


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 1,501 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #112 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments) #2 in Home Digital Pianos


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available September 20, 2016


Color Name Black


Number of Keyboard Keys 88


abunda_amazon_reviews Probably the best purchase that I have ever made on Amazon. Perfect for students. Affordable. If compared to Yamaha P-45, there should not be any huge differences; besides “P-71” makes it some how more special since it’s made for Amazon. Weighted keys are super legit that make me feel so good when playing. The sound is soft and great.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 25, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Why P-45 when this is so awesome and affordable;;Erin Ton;;;The sustain pedal does not work. It does the opposite of what it supposed to do. When you don't press it the sound is sustained, but then when you press it the sound got cut off. Also, cannot register the product. Yamaha doesn't seem to have an option of P-71. UPDATE ON SUSTAIN PEDAL. I found that a number of people have this same problem. The thing is you need to plug in the sustain pedal in BEFORE turning the piano keyboard on. If you plug it in when the piano is already on, it will do the reverse of what it supposed to do. Hope this help some people out.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 3, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;The sustain pedal does not work. It does the ...;;Pukitta;;;This is a great digital piano for the price. The feel of the weighted keys is the same as much more expensive digital pianos such as the Arias line, and the sound is warm and full. It is lovely to sit and play on. Since the keys are weighted, it is somewhat heavy and I would recommend getting the stand (the P85 stand fits) and a nice bench, which would add another $140 or so. I love the slim design. Things I would change if I could: 1. If you were able to place it right up against a wall it would take up very little space. However, if you plan to use the music stand, you can't put it right up against a wall without bending the stand, as it tilts about 2 inches behind the keyboard unit. It would be nice if the stand attached more towards the middle and did not extend past the keyboard. 2. The headphone jack is in the back of the keyboard and difficult to access. 3. The sustain pedal that comes with it is the small square pedal that is very cheap and slides around the floor. A serious pianist would want to upgrade to the heavier pedal. They are available for $10-15 on Amazon.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 1, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Lovely keyboard - needs a few extras;;Laura B Parks;;;Let me just preface this review by saying I've taken piano lessons from age 7 through 21 and am quite proficient as a pianist. I was looking for a reasonably priced digital piano to replace my ultra-cheap Casio WK-1300, putting the highest priority on authentic keyboard feel, fast key response, and decent sound. I've had this piano for a about a month and I am very pleased with it so far! It can compete with pianos that cost hundreds more. I don't think you can do any better at this price point.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 6, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Awesome for the price!;;Sherlock93;;;I have played piano for 18 years now and recently moved into my own place. I desperately missed having a piano to play on a daily basis, but I do not have the space for a real piano. I did a SIGNIFICANT amount of research before settling on this Yamaha digital piano, because I wanted a high quality instrument that also did not hugely break the bank. As a professional musician, here is why I decided on the P71: -The weighted keys on this instrument truly feel like the real thing. I’ve played on “plasticy” keyboards before and nothing is more unsatisfying if you’ve played on a real instrument throughout your life. The P71 feels just as genuine as playing a real piano. In fact, depending on piano brand, it feels smoother. The touch sensitivity is wonderful as well, and also adjustable to your liking! -The sound is beautiful with a large volume range. I especially love the way the bass rings out with a gorgeous fullness. The higher octaves seem to be a little thinner, but that’s to be expected since it’s up the keyboard. -There is so much variety on this instrument to play with! There are many customizable options on this piano and I haven’t even dived into everything it can do yet. Sound changes, sound combinations, sensitivity adjustments, tempo adjustments, etc etc etc. I love having the ability to experiment and find what I like for any given piece of music! However, I also liked the simplicity of the customizations; Sometimes, less is more with the amount of buttons and gadgets. -Weight and travel. This piano isn’t “light” per say, but it’s not insanely heavy or difficult to travel with either. It’s a full 88-key size, but I can easily pick it up on my own (unlike some other digital piano brands). I was able to load this piano up into the back seat of my Honda Civic for a gig along with the stand and bench I bought separate. I was able to load all my gear onto one hotel cart and make it up to the rooftop bar in a single trip. Super convenient for me and the staff, since I didn’t have to bother them with setup assistance. -Price. If I truly wanted to, I could’ve shelled out the cash to get a fancier digital piano. However, I felt confident that I would get almost the same experience with this one as well as the convenience factor of being able to travel and gig with it. You can pay more, but you’re most likely sacrificing the ability to leave your home with it without extra arrangements (because at that point you’re paying for something like a Clavinova, for example). I also appreciated the fact that I could set up a short-term payment plan with Amazon to afford this instrument. I am paying 80 bucks a month for 5 months and it’s mine to love on forever. If I did that with a more expensive digital piano, I’d be locked down for a solid year or more. -Brand. Yamaha is a reputable brand in the music world and I trust their products. My professional model flute is a Yamaha (approx. $4000), and it plays better than some of the $8000 flutes I played on while selecting which instrument I would purchase in college. Yamaha=quality and I trust their pianos just as much as their other instruments. Overall, this is among one of the best musical purchases I’ve made for myself. My piano is my self-care as well as a part of my profession, and I enjoy this instrument on a daily basis. You won’t regret it!;;Reviewed in the United States on December 30, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;A Thorough Review- Professional Musician’s Perspective;;Carrie Whatley;;;Wow! I am so pleased with this Piano. I didn't realize it could play in 2 piano modes and 2 organ modes plus harpsichord and a few others. The weighted keys are excellent and I can barely tell the difference from my real piano!! This is no toy, the sound is beautiful! Pick up the stand and seat also they are also great quality. Now back to playing!!;;Reviewed in the United States on July 27, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Exceeds all expectations!,;;PatrickPGEMT;;;Love it. Keys feel like a real piano. The pictures are the close ups of the two sets of options you have. Includes metronome function. The headphones jack in the back is for large headphones and does not fit small ones like ipod earbuds. The volume can go very low. Very, very satisfied.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 26, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Love it. Keys feel like a real piano;;L Fitzwater

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Delivery

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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Erin Ton - Reviewed in the United States on December 25, 2018
Why P-45 when this is so awesome and affordable
Probably the best purchase that I have ever made on Amazon. Perfect for students. Affordable. If compared to Yamaha P-45, there should not be any huge differences; besides “P-71” makes it some how more special since it’s made for Amazon. Weighted keys are super legit that make me feel so good when playing. The sound is soft and great.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Pukitta - Reviewed in the United States on August 3, 2017
The sustain pedal does not work. It does the ...
The sustain pedal does not work. It does the opposite of what it supposed to do. When you don't press it the sound is sustained, but then when you press it the sound got cut off. Also, cannot register the product. Yamaha doesn't seem to have an option of P-71. UPDATE ON SUSTAIN PEDAL. I found that a number of people have this same problem. The thing is you need to plug in the sustain pedal in BEFORE turning the piano keyboard on. If you plug it in when the piano is already on, it will do the reverse of what it supposed to do. Hope this help some people out.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Laura B Parks - Reviewed in the United States on April 1, 2018
Lovely keyboard - needs a few extras
This is a great digital piano for the price. The feel of the weighted keys is the same as much more expensive digital pianos such as the Arias line, and the sound is warm and full. It is lovely to sit and play on. Since the keys are weighted, it is somewhat heavy and I would recommend getting the stand (the P85 stand fits) and a nice bench, which would add another $140 or so. I love the slim design. Things I would change if I could: 1. If you were able to place it right up against a wall it would take up very little space. However, if you plan to use the music stand, you can't put it right up against a wall without bending the stand, as it tilts about 2 inches behind the keyboard unit. It would be nice if the stand attached more towards the middle and did not extend past the keyboard. 2. The headphone jack is in the back of the keyboard and difficult to access. 3. The sustain pedal that comes with it is the small square pedal that is very cheap and slides around the floor. A serious pianist would want to upgrade to the heavier pedal. They are available for $10-15 on Amazon.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Sherlock93 - Reviewed in the United States on July 6, 2017
Awesome for the price!
Let me just preface this review by saying I've taken piano lessons from age 7 through 21 and am quite proficient as a pianist. I was looking for a reasonably priced digital piano to replace my ultra-cheap Casio WK-1300, putting the highest priority on authentic keyboard feel, fast key response, and decent sound. I've had this piano for a about a month and I am very pleased with it so far! It can compete with pianos that cost hundreds more. I don't think you can do any better at this price point.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Carrie Whatley - Reviewed in the United States on December 30, 2019
A Thorough Review- Professional Musician’s Perspective
I have played piano for 18 years now and recently moved into my own place. I desperately missed having a piano to play on a daily basis, but I do not have the space for a real piano. I did a SIGNIFICANT amount of research before settling on this Yamaha digital piano, because I wanted a high quality instrument that also did not hugely break the bank. As a professional musician, here is why I decided on the P71: -The weighted keys on this instrument truly feel like the real thing. I’ve played on “plasticy” keyboards before and nothing is more unsatisfying if you’ve played on a real instrument throughout your life. The P71 feels just as genuine as playing a real piano. In fact, depending on piano brand, it feels smoother. The touch sensitivity is wonderful as well, and also adjustable to your liking! -The sound is beautiful with a large volume range. I especially love the way the bass rings out with a gorgeous fullness. The higher octaves seem to be a little thinner, but that’s to be expected since it’s up the keyboard. -There is so much variety on this instrument to play with! There are many customizable options on this piano and I haven’t even dived into everything it can do yet. Sound changes, sound combinations, sensitivity adjustments, tempo adjustments, etc etc etc. I love having the ability to experiment and find what I like for any given piece of music! However, I also liked the simplicity of the customizations; Sometimes, less is more with the amount of buttons and gadgets. -Weight and travel. This piano isn’t “light” per say, but it’s not insanely heavy or difficult to travel with either. It’s a full 88-key size, but I can easily pick it up on my own (unlike some other digital piano brands). I was able to load this piano up into the back seat of my Honda Civic for a gig along with the stand and bench I bought separate. I was able to load all my gear onto one hotel cart and make it up to the rooftop bar in a single trip. Super convenient for me and the staff, since I didn’t have to bother them with setup assistance. -Price. If I truly wanted to, I could’ve shelled out the cash to get a fancier digital piano. However, I felt confident that I would get almost the same experience with this one as well as the convenience factor of being able to travel and gig with it. You can pay more, but you’re most likely sacrificing the ability to leave your home with it without extra arrangements (because at that point you’re paying for something like a Clavinova, for example). I also appreciated the fact that I could set up a short-term payment plan with Amazon to afford this instrument. I am paying 80 bucks a month for 5 months and it’s mine to love on forever. If I did that with a more expensive digital piano, I’d be locked down for a solid year or more. -Brand. Yamaha is a reputable brand in the music world and I trust their products. My professional model flute is a Yamaha (approx. $4000), and it plays better than some of the $8000 flutes I played on while selecting which instrument I would purchase in college. Yamaha=quality and I trust their pianos just as much as their other instruments. Overall, this is among one of the best musical purchases I’ve made for myself. My piano is my self-care as well as a part of my profession, and I enjoy this instrument on a daily basis. You won’t regret it!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By PatrickPGEMT - Reviewed in the United States on July 27, 2017
Exceeds all expectations!,
Wow! I am so pleased with this Piano. I didn't realize it could play in 2 piano modes and 2 organ modes plus harpsichord and a few others. The weighted keys are excellent and I can barely tell the difference from my real piano!! This is no toy, the sound is beautiful! Pick up the stand and seat also they are also great quality. Now back to playing!!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By L Fitzwater - Reviewed in the United States on June 26, 2017
Love it. Keys feel like a real piano
Love it. Keys feel like a real piano. The pictures are the close ups of the two sets of options you have. Includes metronome function. The headphones jack in the back is for large headphones and does not fit small ones like ipod earbuds. The volume can go very low. Very, very satisfied.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Erin Ton - Reviewed in the United States on December 25, 2018
Why P-45 when this is so awesome and affordable
Probably the best purchase that I have ever made on Amazon. Perfect for students. Affordable. If compared to Yamaha P-45, there should not be any huge differences; besides “P-71” makes it some how more special since it’s made for Amazon. Weighted keys are super legit that make me feel so good when playing. The sound is soft and great.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Pukitta - Reviewed in the United States on August 3, 2017
The sustain pedal does not work. It does the ...
The sustain pedal does not work. It does the opposite of what it supposed to do. When you don't press it the sound is sustained, but then when you press it the sound got cut off. Also, cannot register the product. Yamaha doesn't seem to have an option of P-71. UPDATE ON SUSTAIN PEDAL. I found that a number of people have this same problem. The thing is you need to plug in the sustain pedal in BEFORE turning the piano keyboard on. If you plug it in when the piano is already on, it will do the reverse of what it supposed to do. Hope this help some people out.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Laura B Parks - Reviewed in the United States on April 1, 2018
Lovely keyboard - needs a few extras
This is a great digital piano for the price. The feel of the weighted keys is the same as much more expensive digital pianos such as the Arias line, and the sound is warm and full. It is lovely to sit and play on. Since the keys are weighted, it is somewhat heavy and I would recommend getting the stand (the P85 stand fits) and a nice bench, which would add another $140 or so. I love the slim design. Things I would change if I could: 1. If you were able to place it right up against a wall it would take up very little space. However, if you plan to use the music stand, you can't put it right up against a wall without bending the stand, as it tilts about 2 inches behind the keyboard unit. It would be nice if the stand attached more towards the middle and did not extend past the keyboard. 2. The headphone jack is in the back of the keyboard and difficult to access. 3. The sustain pedal that comes with it is the small square pedal that is very cheap and slides around the floor. A serious pianist would want to upgrade to the heavier pedal. They are available for $10-15 on Amazon.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Sherlock93 - Reviewed in the United States on July 6, 2017
Awesome for the price!
Let me just preface this review by saying I've taken piano lessons from age 7 through 21 and am quite proficient as a pianist. I was looking for a reasonably priced digital piano to replace my ultra-cheap Casio WK-1300, putting the highest priority on authentic keyboard feel, fast key response, and decent sound. I've had this piano for a about a month and I am very pleased with it so far! It can compete with pianos that cost hundreds more. I don't think you can do any better at this price point.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Carrie Whatley - Reviewed in the United States on December 30, 2019
A Thorough Review- Professional Musician’s Perspective
I have played piano for 18 years now and recently moved into my own place. I desperately missed having a piano to play on a daily basis, but I do not have the space for a real piano. I did a SIGNIFICANT amount of research before settling on this Yamaha digital piano, because I wanted a high quality instrument that also did not hugely break the bank. As a professional musician, here is why I decided on the P71: -The weighted keys on this instrument truly feel like the real thing. I’ve played on “plasticy” keyboards before and nothing is more unsatisfying if you’ve played on a real instrument throughout your life. The P71 feels just as genuine as playing a real piano. In fact, depending on piano brand, it feels smoother. The touch sensitivity is wonderful as well, and also adjustable to your liking! -The sound is beautiful with a large volume range. I especially love the way the bass rings out with a gorgeous fullness. The higher octaves seem to be a little thinner, but that’s to be expected since it’s up the keyboard. -There is so much variety on this instrument to play with! There are many customizable options on this piano and I haven’t even dived into everything it can do yet. Sound changes, sound combinations, sensitivity adjustments, tempo adjustments, etc etc etc. I love having the ability to experiment and find what I like for any given piece of music! However, I also liked the simplicity of the customizations; Sometimes, less is more with the amount of buttons and gadgets. -Weight and travel. This piano isn’t “light” per say, but it’s not insanely heavy or difficult to travel with either. It’s a full 88-key size, but I can easily pick it up on my own (unlike some other digital piano brands). I was able to load this piano up into the back seat of my Honda Civic for a gig along with the stand and bench I bought separate. I was able to load all my gear onto one hotel cart and make it up to the rooftop bar in a single trip. Super convenient for me and the staff, since I didn’t have to bother them with setup assistance. -Price. If I truly wanted to, I could’ve shelled out the cash to get a fancier digital piano. However, I felt confident that I would get almost the same experience with this one as well as the convenience factor of being able to travel and gig with it. You can pay more, but you’re most likely sacrificing the ability to leave your home with it without extra arrangements (because at that point you’re paying for something like a Clavinova, for example). I also appreciated the fact that I could set up a short-term payment plan with Amazon to afford this instrument. I am paying 80 bucks a month for 5 months and it’s mine to love on forever. If I did that with a more expensive digital piano, I’d be locked down for a solid year or more. -Brand. Yamaha is a reputable brand in the music world and I trust their products. My professional model flute is a Yamaha (approx. $4000), and it plays better than some of the $8000 flutes I played on while selecting which instrument I would purchase in college. Yamaha=quality and I trust their pianos just as much as their other instruments. Overall, this is among one of the best musical purchases I’ve made for myself. My piano is my self-care as well as a part of my profession, and I enjoy this instrument on a daily basis. You won’t regret it!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By PatrickPGEMT - Reviewed in the United States on July 27, 2017
Exceeds all expectations!,
Wow! I am so pleased with this Piano. I didn't realize it could play in 2 piano modes and 2 organ modes plus harpsichord and a few others. The weighted keys are excellent and I can barely tell the difference from my real piano!! This is no toy, the sound is beautiful! Pick up the stand and seat also they are also great quality. Now back to playing!!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By L Fitzwater - Reviewed in the United States on June 26, 2017
Love it. Keys feel like a real piano
Love it. Keys feel like a real piano. The pictures are the close ups of the two sets of options you have. Includes metronome function. The headphones jack in the back is for large headphones and does not fit small ones like ipod earbuds. The volume can go very low. Very, very satisfied.