Yamaha Piaggero NP-12 61-key Piano Review

The NP-12 gives you Yamaha’s Advanced Wave Memory Stereo Sampling in a space-saving, touch-sensitive 61-note keyboard. Like all the Piaggero NP Series pianos, this one delivers a unique combination of simplicity and useful features such as 64-note polyphony, half-damper control with the optional FC3A pedal, built-in speakers, and the ability to run for up to five hours on six AA batteries.

Get the Yamaha Piaggero here: https://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/NP12BK


Yanis Taleb says:

this is nice keep it up !
i am pianist and i do some video too…

Life with PTSDee says:

awesome! thanks!

Patrick Carroll says:

Erskine. Is. Fabulous.

Jake Harvey says:

No power adapter, no purchase.

Ravi Gokidi says:

how do I use a power supply? I don’t want to use batteries

Eril Burgos says:

A very good friend of mine sold me his about a year ago and it has been a blast having it. The piano sound is great and the best is that it’s very, very light.

A bang fot your buck!!!

beth schofield says:

anyone know where I can find the name and music of the piece he plays at the beginning? 🙂

Andrei Celmare says:

Great review, man. I want to learn to play the piano but I have a low budget. I might buy this one. Thanks!

G says:

I’m thinking about one of these as a midi controller, the keys feel way better than a typical synth action style controllers. Is there a way to turn off the speakers?

Reseda Mickey says:

Again Yamaha misses the boat – cut off the number of keys but make the piano the same length so it takes up as much room on stage.

Nataly Cervantes says:

Which one should I get the Yamaha NP11 or np12 ??

Pablo Pelaez says:

I have a question this keyboard worker with MainStage in MacBook

Johan Sundell Rock Covers says:

Nice Yamaha!

Walter B. says:

I purchased the Yamaha NP12 about a week ago. When I brought it home I realized that the keys were slightly narrower than those of a conventional piano. The distance measured from the beginning of the 1st key to the end of the 61st key is about one inch (25.4mm) shorter than standard. I brought it back.

Rodrick Dubose says:

No Hammond b organ sound?

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