Digital pianos are far more practical than traditional acoustic pianos for most players. Digital pianos are more affordable, aren't affected by seasonal changes or humidity and never require tuning. They fit more easily into a home or studio, are much lighter in weight and can be moved around without difficulty. And you can practice with headphones in complete privacy!
Don't be fooled by cheap "electronic keyboards". Their springy non-weighted key action doesn't deliver the tactile feedback necessary for expressive playing. Keyboards with fewer than the standard 88 piano keys leave the player with less tonal range. Poor quality electronics and small speakers produce a tinny, unsatisfying sound.
But with true digital pianos, advances in sound sampling and weighted keyboard actions have led to affordable instruments that are truly impressive in their sound and feel. Digital pianos now give you a playing and listening experience much closer to a traditional acoustic piano.
The Minor Chord is proud to be an authorized dealer for high quality Yamaha digital pianos. All of our digital pianos have a full 88-key piano keyboard and wieghted key action, proving a realistic keyboard feel and making it easier for a player to move back and forth between the digital piano and an acustic instrument.
Click on a model number or just scroll down to see descriptions and photos of each instrument.
Long been a staple of The Minor Chord, the Yamaha YDP-164 Arius will give you the solid feel and sound of an acoustic piano at a very reasonable price. The 20 Watt speakers deliver a rich low end and balance all the way up the keyboard. The GH3 weighted key action picks up subtle dynamics of the touch.
With the rosewood or black look, the 3 pedals, and the sliding key cover, the Arius will also look great in your home. Plug in the headphones so only the player will hear for quiet practice. A solid Digital Piano offering from our friends at Yamaha.
For more information about the Yamaha YDP-164 Arius please visit this Yamaha video.
The Yamaha P-125 is an excellent practice instrument for the beginning to intermediate piano student. With its full 88-key piano style keyboard, an enhanced sound generation module, and Yamaha's Graded Hammer Standard weighted key action, the P-125 gives the student a realistic piano playing experience.
The compact, contemporary-styled P-125 cabinet fits easily in the home, studio or even college dorm room. On-board speakers deliver a range of voices including piano, electric piano, harpsichord, vibes, strings, jazz/rock/church organs and both acoustic and electric bass. The keyboard can be split across two players and/or two different sound voices. A headphone jack is provided for private practice time.
For more information about the Yamaha P-125 Digital Piano please visit this Yamaha video .
The Yamaha DGX-670 is much more than a digital piano, combining a full 88-key piano keyboard with an outstanding array of voices, accompaniment possibilities, and the capability to link with your computer or tablet.
On the keyboard side, the DGX-670 has Yamaha's Graded Hammer Standard weighted action for a realistic piano feel.
On the electronics side, its range of voices includes Yamaha's flagship CFX Grand Piano plus 601 other instrumental voices and 29 drum kits. The DGX-670 has a built-in MIDI song recorder, adaptive accompaniment, and an automatic chord generator.
You can plug in a microphone to sing along, or play along with music from a Bluetooth device.
And - the DGX-670 can record your performance directly onto a USB memory device as a CD-quality digital file ready to share!
If you're feeling even more creative, the DGX-670's USB-based MIDI link connects the instrument to music recording, editing, performance and notation software available for your Windows PC or Apple iOS devices.
For more information about the Yamaha DGX-670 Digital Workstation please visit this Yamaha video .
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