A restart with Yamaha p90...


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Hello, after some years of inactivity I'd like to restart playing piano. I played (and sometimes studied) it for 20 years; I like jazz;
To restart I found a yamaha p90 on internet at a good price. What do you think about this piano? Is it still valid in comparison to other new Yamaha models (P85, Cp33)?
How is the p90 keyboard action?
Help me... I would not do a wrong choose!
Thank you
Emanuele
 
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Hey Emanuele,

I've been playing on a Yamaha P90 for well over a decade, maybe even 15 years. I love it for it's grand piano sound, and the keyboard action is fantastic. The sounds are very limited... I feel that the organ is just okay, and the electric pianos are pretty good, but nothing compared to other keyboards out there.

What you're getting in the P90 is a great acoustic piano sound, and graded hammer action keys that (to me) feel as close to the real thing as you can get. I can't comment on how it stacks up against other Yamaha models, as this is the only one I have owned (apart from a DGX300), but I can say that I have certainly been happy with it.

Enjoy it!
Brandon
 
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If you hover over or tap on a posters name a pop up will show you when they last visited the forum.

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Thanks for the advice!
 
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