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Yamaha Piaggero NP-12 Digital Piano

SKU : YAM-NP12WH-BUN
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Rs. 24,229
Rs. 22,834 Price Match

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Santhosh Kumar
Good product

got delivery in 2 days! nice piano better than my small casio piano

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Hussain Shaikh
Big value for tiny price

bought this keyboard to practice with headphones. I started with the idea to have a midi synthesizer to connect to the computer, and ended up shopping for something that do far more than that. As soon as I opened the box i was very happy by its look. Post hearing the piano demos i was very pleased. a little less impressed by the feel of the keys, since i was always be} used to a real piano feel... but for the price range it completely deserves five stars, particularly sound-wise. both piano and organ sound are spectacular. you cannot expect great hammer action keys in this price category, and at this light weight, but the feel of the keys isn't bad in the least. I found that at the factory settings the sensitivity of the keys, when playing either piano1 or piano 2, appears to be tuned for quite serious hands. In other words the instrument seems to tend to play a tad too soft, more piano than i'd wish; i assume i will be able to find out the simplest way to fix this in time