Digital Piano Reviews brings you this article on the Yamaha ARIUS/YDP series. Like Casio’s Celviano line, Yamaha offers the equivalent ARIUS/YDP series. Now let’s get to it.

Digital Piano Reviews – The ARIUS/YDP Series

Yamaha defines the ARIUS series as the “Authentic sound, natural touch and an absolute joy to play in an advanced, yet affordable console digital piano.” They are absolutely right. Based on our experience with one of the ARIUS digital pianos, we have to agree with Yamaha.

The models boast eye-catching wood cabinetry and Yamaha’s legendary tradition in piano craftsmanship. The ARIUS/YDP series of digital pianos are the premier name in entry-level console digital pianos. These works of art will fit in perfectly with your furniture.

 It doesn’t matter if you’re a beginning as a student or an experienced player. This line of Yamaha digital pianos successfully provides authentic sound and feel of traditional piano. The Graded Hammer/Hammer-Standard keys on ARIUS/YDP models make you feel like you’re playing a grand piano. Both in practice and performance, the playing experience is truly joyful.

The AWM Stereo Sampling voices that come with these instruments deliver surprisingly realistic sound. Furthermore, to give you the nuanced expressive control over the sustained sound, the damper pedal includes a half-damper effect.

Another unique features of the ARUIS/YDP series is the Dual voice capability. It lets you play two different instrument sounds at the same time. And a 1-track song recorder allows you to capture your original musical ideas and performances.

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