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Musikmesse 2011: Yamaha Unveil NP-11 Digital Piano
Yamaha have unveiled a new entry level digital piano named the NP-11 at this years Musikmesse held in Frankfurt.
Giving a solid and natural piano feel the NP-11 offers an amazing digital piano with a high quality build quality, at an affordable price.
With 61 keys the NP-11 has ten sounds including a high quality stereo grand piano and many more piano sounds.
Featuring 32 note polyphony allowing the ability to play 32 notes simultaneously the NP-11 also features reverb, sustain pedal input, headphone output, metronome, adjustable tuning and auto power off.
Another useful feature is the new auto power off mode that turns the power off the digital piano if it hasn't been used for thirty minutes.
With a slim design, lightweight and the ability to be powered bu batteries means the NP-11 can be played anywhere, anytime, it's never been so easy!Posted on 7 Apr 2011 15:15 to category : Instruments News
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