Product Review: Yamaha Piaggero Keyboard Piano

I began a search for the most affordable, quality keyboard piano in the hopes of setting up a new piano laboratory that would last for years and years to come.

After looking through product reviews on blogs and websites, I decided to order 16 of the Yamaha Piaggero keyboards.

(click on the picture above to see buying options on Amazon)





You can watch the video below to see me talk about the features of this piano and set it up for you. 





Why I chose these keyboards


Honestly, Yamaha is a trusted brand and even though the keyboards were affordable, i knew I would be buying a quality instrument.

I wanted to spend under $3,500 building a piano laboratory for my classroom because I believed that's what my school would approve easily.

This piano had the best reviews to price ratio.

I wanted something that had the option of being battery-powered and wireless so that we could have a clean look during our performances.





What's in the box


  • 61-key piano
  • Power adaptor
  • Black hard plastic music stand
  • User's manual
  • Warranty

Built-in Features

  • Stereo speakers
  • Metronome
  • Red light when piano is on
  • Automatic shut-off

Additional options

  • Metal screw-on legs
  • Batteries (make the keyboard wireless) 
  • Headphones (quarter inch adaptor needed)





Tips

I purchased these through Amazon.co.jp (Japan 's Amazon). For some reason, when I conducted the search "Yamaha Piaggero" on both the Japanese Amazon and the American Amazon, I saw different options. Experiment a little bit with the search options until you find what you need!


Here are the links to the American Amazon buying options


2 comments:

  1. hi i saw your video on youtube my question is this yahama NP 32 very heavy for me to carry from one place to another if its not too heavy i think i will buy one thank you Alonzo at alonzoh113@gmail.com

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    1. Hi Alonzo! I think what I liked the most about this keyboard was that it is VERY LIGHT. It is easy to carry. Whenever we had to perform, my students (8-10 years old) would carry these keyboards and set them up on their own.

      I hope this recommendation helps. Let me know if you end up buying it!

      Here's the link to the NP-32
      https://www.amazon.com/Yamaha-Mid-Level-Piaggero-Portable-Keyboard/dp/B01BKUIAJG/ref=as_sl_pc_qf_sp_asin_til?tag=bmetcheverry-20&linkCode=w00&linkId=5c6c5e69cc82cd05e40e6bb62d5714f8&creativeASIN=B01BKUIAJG

      Here's the link to the NP-12
      https://www.amazon.com/Yamaha-NP12B-Piaggero-Digital-Piano/dp/B01CPYLVBU/ref=as_sl_pc_qf_sp_asin_til?tag=bmetcheverry-20&linkCode=w00&linkId=f0982ba42291c5fce3ff91a4974a607f&creativeASIN=B01CPYLVBU

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