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Average rating: 3.9 out of 5
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Taylor Moreno a hobbyist user from U.S.A. writes:
I have had this PSR-225 for quite some time now, and I think it's a great instrument to play, and it also doesn't have a bad record set-up, It's just that when you make a mistake there's no way I know of fixing it. Any one know how to erase? I know it's possible I've seen it done, I just don't remember how :)

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Nov-19-2006 at 16:02
Les a part-time user from USA writes:
I have had a PSR 225 for several years. The grand piano sound is the best. I only use about 10 of the "style" variations consistently.

I would like to be able to record numerous songs but the recording capability is limeted. How can I expand the recording capability?

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Sunday-Nov-13-2005 at 18:24
Eddie Goble a professional user from USA writes:
I've used this PSR225 for the past couple of years as a keyboard-arranger for the road for new ideas I may acquire to quickly put together and design new compositions. It's supurb, especially for the price range. The sound quality is astonishing, as it is the most important aspect I must have in a keyboard. The concert grand piano sound is unbeatable in this price range. I would definitely recommend this setup.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-May-17-2004 at 20:39
JNC a hobbyist user from Malta writes:
I bought this keyboard four years ago. I use yamaha psr 225 as my main keyboard when playing for concerts (i'm a keyboardist in a band). I LOVE its voices and those small items on the LCD! :D My fellow keyboardists are of the opinion that keyboards such as Kawai and Casio are incomparable with yamaha's superb flexibility for sounds and accompniament. However, i miss the built-in floppy drive :(

my opinion? great value for money! :) well done yamaha! 4/5

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Apr-11-2004 at 16:49
Hadrian Djohari a hobbyist user from USA writes:
I just bought Yamaha PSR-225GM, a new version from Yamaha - signifying it's ready for general MIDI. It doesn't look different though. The piano sound is great for the price. Casio is definitely less convincing. The touch sensitivity has 3 variation in sensitivity - allowing you to play softly, or relatively loud. You can also turn this off if you want. It's relatively easy to use - recording songs and erasing them are a matter of looking up the manual. Definitely recommend the product if you're looking at $150 keyboard. The features will make you happy.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Dec-26-2001 at 12:50
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