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Average rating: 3.6 out of 5
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Matt a part-time user from CkItHPgQQJebS writes:
I think I would definitely pick the P95 over the NP30 for a cpuloe of reasons. The P95 features a fully weighted action. The P95 also features larger, more powerful built-in speakers. Feel free to contact me with any other questions or concerns.-Dave McCulloughKraft Music Marketing(800)783-3368

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Friday-May-04-2012 at 00:03
joshua conti a part-time user from good old us of a writes:
picked this beaut up for mere pennies and now i dont know where i'd be without it... i love the yamaha piano sound and this box lets me travel with that sound in my pocket... so if i ever get stuck at a gig with some junky midi casio waiting for me, the p50m will save my butt... no complaints except for the quiet line send, i really have push the faders to get it to crank through the system... other than that it fails me not... right know i have it hooked up to my korg ea1 electribe and it allows me to generate a moby "God moving over the face of the waters" type piano track... if its cheap buy it for the sheer butt saving quality and dont settle for imitations

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Feb-09-2003 at 17:10
Carl Bessette a part-time user from Glendale, RI USA writes:
Hands down the best bargain on the PLANET! Paid $125.00 29 piano sounds w 3 band equalizer. GrandPiano #1 is brilliant and cutting...quiet easily tweakable. Rotary voice selector is of high quality, and can fly to the right patch in microseconds. Sounds are modifyable in SYSex but not needed. The graphic EQ covers most of it. Easiest module to operate..simplicity at it's finest. My favorite sound is piano #6. It's so realistic. Dark and beautiful..perfect for jazz. Beats my Kurzweil PX1000Plus for acoustic pianos. Responds realisticaly to soft pedal commands. Wurlitzer and CP80 sounds are perfect. Very expressive. Rhodes and DX pianos are not the best, but offer a nice variety..still useful. Samples are wonderful and very even. The most realism offered by any piano under $500.00. The only sample that is too short is #10 Dance Piano (shame because it is sonicly the best until it clips out.)Only half rack in size..32 voice polyphonic! and capable of combining two modules for true 64 voice polyphony. Don't use the on board reverb (cheap bucket brigade)but it's there if you needed it. Anything else is overrated! Built to last...keep it forever...pianos never go out of style!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-May-06-2002 at 03:16
Nick Chan a part-time user from Malaysia writes:
Beware of the 'sustain bug'. sometimes, you'll get endless sustain. i sold mine

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Feb-27-2002 at 14:51
Nick Chan a part-time user from Malaysia writes:
the EQ sliders are a great help. adjust from bright to dark/warm. can't notice any bellish sounds. great sounds. Dirt cheap, u can get one for $120 at ebay. i love it

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Oct-22-2001 at 11:30
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