Yamaha P-45 B

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Stage Piano

  • Graded Hammer Standard keyboard (GHS)
  • 88 Weighted keys
  • AWM stereo sampling
  • Polyphony: max. 64 voices
  • 10 Voices
  • Dual and Duo mode
  • Integrated effects: Reverb and Chorus
  • Intelligent Acoustic Control
  • 10 Demo songs and 10 piano songs
  • USB-to-Host to connector on computer or iOS device
  • Built-in microphone
  • Adjustable tempo/transpose and tuning
  • Built-in speakers: 2x 6 Watt
  • Headphone output 6.3 mm stereo
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 1326 x 154 x 295 mm
  • Weight: 11.5 kg
  • Colour: Black
  • Sustain pedal, music stand and power adaptor PA-150B included
available since March 2015
Item number 359614
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Number Of Keys 88
Hammer Action Keys Yes
Number of simultaneous Voices 64
Number Of Sounds 10
Effects Yes
Speaker Yes
Headphone Outputs 1
Sequencer No
Metronome Yes
Master keyboard function No
Pitch Bend No
Modulation Wheel No
Split Zones 0
Layer Function Yes
MIDI interface USB
Included Accessories Manual, pedal, note stand
Weight 11,5 kg
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1.279 AED 357,14 €
Plus 252 AED shipping
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Really Enjoying this Piano and its my first
White Ship Caused the Anarchy 06.02.2022
The P-45 is a great beginner Piano is not only great as a beginner model due to its affordability, but mainly due to the fact that it focuses on the stuff that matters and that has mileage. It feels great, the build quality is top-notch and the features including the sounds and connectivity are all you will really need as a beginner for a long time. For those sitting on the fence and would rather buy nice than buy twice, this is the perfect keyboard for you.

My only gripe would be the fact that the included pedal is a bit cheap feeling but all in all its sturdy and I think will easily not be broken by a couple of sharp tugs or drops.
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Yamaha P45
Dan1991 12.08.2017
I bought this keyboard as an introduction to piano. I wanted an instrument I could practice silently at home and with wide range of adjustable volume and headphone option, this keyboard is perfect for that.

Yamaha have a well deserved reputation in electronic instruments and it is easy to see why, even on their budget instruments like the P45. The plastics are thick, not flimsy and the keyboard has generously proportioned ergonomics.

The sound is really quite good through headphones, though the onboard speakers leave a little to be desired. You could be forgiven for mistaking it for a real piano, with your eyes closed and headphones on.

It has a reasonable range of features and sounds, and it's not covered in buttons and knobs like so many others. There is a handy and intuitive function button that allows you to change your sound type, which you can select by using the black and white keys. The black keys are matt, as opposed to gloss, which means fingerprints are not so much of a worry.

I'm impressed by the realism of the grand piano sounds, and if this keyboard was to fail I would certainly buy another.
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One of the best entry level products
IamMichael 02.09.2019
I just love this piano so much. I live in an apartment which not that big, so the fact that the Yamaha P45 is portable is great. Its size makes it quite easy to carry it around, compared to other digital pianos that is, keep in mind that it is not a laptop. The keys are great for someone who is looking for the experience a normal piano offers, but can't afford one. You also have to keep in mind that it is an entry level product, so of course you could find better, but not for this money. I am more than satisfied with the 10 voices it offers. I play in a worship band in church, so for those of you who are looking for more options when it comes to voices or sounds, I suggest using a program on your laptop, like ProTools or Ableton Live, it will help in this regard. One of the downsides I found are the speakers which are not that great, but a lot of times I like to use a good pair of headphones, and that's a game changer. The other downside is the sustain pedal it comes with, which is quite bad. You can definitely use it and will get used to it, but my suggestion is to upgrade.
All in all it is a great digital piano that you will have a ton of fun with and will not let you down. And if you're looking for something better, make sure you got a larger budget, because there are many pianos more expensive than this that don't deliver the quality this one does.
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Pure joy
mariopereira 22.02.2019
This was bought for a friend and recommended by another friend that is a piano teacher, my friend is a guitar player and wanted to start playing the piano for a long time now.

As a complete piano beginner so far he's loving it, the keys are very smooth and although he's kind of overwhelmed (because well, there's a lot of keys in there) he's loving it so far.

The construction itself feels super solid as you would expect for a Yahama product, the built-in speakers of the piano are no awesome but they seem good for built-in, but with headphones plugged in it's another story, it sounds so much better!

This should be an absolute joy to play with external speakers, but I'd be guessing here.

The sustain pedal that comes with it feels cheap and doesn't feel very smooth so we were recommended by the friend that is a piano teacher to buy the Yamaha FC 4A along with the piano and so we did.

Please keep in mind the dimensions of the piano because it is not small, the box that arrived by the post was almost higher than me, and I'm 6 foot.
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