Synth Site: Yamaha: PSR-550: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.3 out of 5
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John Bennett a professional user from Telluride co writes:
this is the best keyboard for the money...It has the best feel and sounds... great drums,pianos,strings,organs...I use this as my band and play the finest ski resort in the country... Made my last cd with this and a roland piano.I have owned three 550's... first one was stolen!! second was ran over by a truck!! but I still used it for a year!!! and the one I have now.... this is also the greatest songwriting tool I have ever found....!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Sep-28-2005 at 00:07
Håkan a hobbyist user from Sweden writes:
I bought this keyboard last year and i was very pleased how good it was. The Grand Piano is the most realistic sound on this keyboard. The other things i like is the 16 track sequencer and the enormous variations you can do with this superb Keyboard. It is the best i have had so far. Best recommendation!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jan-09-2005 at 19:22
Zahab Khan a professional user from Pakistan,Karachi. writes:
Its a good keyboard, nice sound, after using psr740 its looks melow sound, sequencer is does not give full command on working thats, need two more variations C & D, if u r a requencer then u need a psr 1000, psr 550 works better in the stage performanc with the sound mixer and PAmp,

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Oct-25-2004 at 22:21
Bobby a part-time user from Usa writes:
I enjoyed the psr550. I donot agree with the first response. Granted it's no karma but it does remind me of the sy77, one of my favorite work stations. I have produce excellent work on the 550. The speakers aren't great. For the price a 16 track sequencer is a plus!! Especially for anyone starting out in composing music. It has better quality some professional workstations, such as the roland JW50, Yamaha V50,SQ1 ensoniq,Casio wk1800, and Korg x series. Granted all these keyboards have a much better sequencer and editing ecept for the casio 1800 . All in all an excellent workstation for the money.

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Friday-Feb-27-2004 at 19:39
David Bentz Jr. a hobbyist user from USA writes:
I bought the Yamaha PSR-550 when it first came out & to this day it is still (by far) my favorite keyboard I have ever owned or played. First off, it has over 700 sounds (XG included). The sound quality is amazing & the DSP effects are pretty wild too. For the price, it's still the best one on the market. You can record and save songs with the 16 track sequencer & disk drive. The display is bright & you can change the color. The pitch bend wheel is great & doesn't feel like one of those "cheepies" that come with toy keyboards. I would sit here & write about this thing forever, but I gotta go now, & so do you...Go get the Yamaha PSR-550. You will not be dissapointed. Score: 6 out of 5

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Nov-01-2003 at 05:11
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