We have some very exciting news for all you budding keys players! Brace yourself… Yamaha have just released a new selection of arranger keyboards and digital pianos! See, exciting right? I told you so!!

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PSRS775 Arranger Workstation Keyboard

Looking for a keyboard which is designed for recording, composing and live events? Well the new PSRS775 is certainly one to have look at! With a huge amount of different voices and accompaniment styles to play around with, it won’t be long until you are the master of all things keyboard! If it’s previous model the PSRS770 is anything to go by, you will not be disappointed by the skill of this machine!

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PSRS975 Arranger Workstation Keyboard

Of course, there has to be an upgrade to every model right? Introducing the PSRS975, replacing the current PSRS970. This is one of the “master” arranger keyboards that you will find, which hosts a whole range of features capable of both working in studios and live concerts etc. One of the big features is ‘Vocal Harmony’, which allows you to add different effects to your voice when using a microphone connected to the unit. Clever right? Again, designed to have everything you could possibly need in one instrument, rather than spending hundreds of pounds on a bunch of different accessories!

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YDPS34 Yamaha Digital Piano

The YDP-S34 has been inspired by the very popular S52 model, with the main purpose of offering the sound of an acoustic grand piano, in a sleek, thinner cabinet than some of the other models on the market. It is very similar to other Yamaha digital pianos, showcasing a range of different digital effects (e.g. instrument voices, recording functions, silent headphone practice) which are accessible to musicians who may be limited on space. Don’t worry though, just because it’s smaller does not mean it lacks in quality!

PSRE463 Yamaha 61 Note Keyboard

Taking features from higher models like the PSRS975, the new PSRE463 is a more popular keyboard for learner players, looking for an instrument to practice on and take to lessons etc. Styled from the PSRE453, the new model hosts over 700 instrument voices and a wide variety of accompaniment styles, giving you plenty to work on! It’s great for those who want a feel of more expensive arranger keyboards, as you get things like the registration banks and assignable knobs, but it is certainly more affordable for a birthday present!

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PSRE410 Yamaha 76 Note Keyboard

In terms of specification, the PSRE410 is very, very similar to the PSRE463. Main difference being the number of keys. This model boasts all of the incredible sounds and styles of any other Yamaha keyboard, along with 76 touch sensitive keys. Ideal for any pieces you are learning which need those few extra keys at either the top or bottom! It’s one of the top keyboard in the Yamaha PSRE range that has all the ‘gadgets and gizmos’ you would expect in one of the more specialist arranger keyboards.

If you have any questions, please do get in touch and we will help you as best we can!

About the author

Jack joined the Normans Sales Team in August 2016 after taking up the piano a couple of years ago. He has performed at a few events (one being at a football ground!) He also organises charity events, which he always trys to play piano in somewhere! He hopes that he can progress further in his music career in the years to come.

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