These days, we are going to discuss the Yamaha YPG 235, the least expensive model of Yamaha’s Portable Grand line.
The YPG 235 is a portable entry level keyboard, which will come with seventy six touch responsive semi weighted keys, 500 built in sounds, 6 track MIDI recorder, and a lot of useful features for entertainment and learning.
The computer keyboard is an extremely popular choice among players that are new to start learning on.
And we are going find out in case it is a great choice for that.
Yamaha YPG 235 key action
The YPG 235 uses similar Graded Soft Touch action as the YPG 535, which means you get exactly the same feel and touch but with one octave fewer keys.
The keys are graded (heavier in the lower end and lighter in the high end) and touch sensitive (the harder you play, the louder the sound).
The display will show your current settings such as the selected sound, style, song, mode, transpose settings, tempo, etc.
Pros Cons Review Summary
Portability Semi weighted keys (no hammer action)
Multi-functional display 32 note polyphony
2-way speaker system with 6W + 6W amplifiers NO Sustain Pedal or perhaps AC Adapter are included
489 built in sounds
6-track MIDI recorder Features for learning (Y.E.S, Performance Assistant)
A variety of built in styles, , and rhythms effects
Yamaha did a fantastic job with the YPG 235 and no wonder it remains just about the most popular keyboards of the business.
- 6 piano-style keys with Graded Soft Touch Technology allow for expressive performances
- Nearly 500 Voices, 160 Preset Styles, and 30 preset songs with a built-in Recording Feature
- Yamaha Education Suite (Y.E.S.) is an advanced set of helpful learning tools built into the instrument, teaching you how to play and perform
- USB connectivity and compatibility with music software on your computer
- Keyboard Only – AA Batteries or PA150 Power Adapter required (sold separately, best used with Polaroid AA batteries)
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