While most pianists, a novice or beginner, will want to jump right in and buy a big acoustic grand piano, this may not be the best choice for you. A digital piano can provide the authentic look and feel of an acoustic piano without the extra expense due to weighted keys. Some modules also have the ability to record with good sound quality.
Even though a digital piano is typically cheaper than a real piano, they are still an investment. There is also a lot more to look out for due to technological involvement. With lots of different brands producing various modules of digital pianos, you need to find the right one for you.
Yamaha has shown time and time again why they are labelled the number one musical instrument manufacturer in the world. With years of experience in producing high-end pianos, their dedication to the musical world shines through in their products.
Their unique blend of craftsmanship inspired directly from their own history, and innovative use of modern technology only amplifies the companies eye for detail. They truly do make products with every type of musician in mind.
This high-end produced Yamaha product produces a clear and professional sound in every environment. Not only is the keyboarded grade weighted but it also has a hammer action in all 88 keys. This doubles its feel of a real piano and provides a comfortable, luxurious playing experience. With heavier bass parts and lighter high notes, it's confusing how this isn't an acoustic piano.
To achieve a more unique experience tailored to you, the user is able to navigate a simple operation settings system with the press of a button. This button allows you to use your piano keys to change voices, demos and configure the metronome to your taste. This makes this digital piano the ideal choice for a pianist who wishes to perform with different voices without having to work through a complicated menu.
This piano comes with a comfortable pair of headphones that has a good sound quality as the piano itself. While the piano does come with bench, there have been complaints about its comfort which can disturb your piano playing due to lack of comfort.
The Yamaha standards shine through in this module. This module also has a full 88 keyed keyboard with graded hammer action to mimic the feel of playing a real piano. This unique experience can be felt at any time of day due to an inbuilt headphone jack, allowing you to play in your own private listening space.
This module is computer ready with a port for a USB cable which allows you to record your music onto your computer for you to later edit and layer with other sounds. While this is something that the P45 has, this digital piano is imply prone to recording better.
Unlike the P45, this product does not come with any accessories. However, you are able to get the official bench and stand for this piano on the Yamaha website.
While the differences between both of these products are minimal, there are still a few main distinctions. If you are more prone to performing with your piano whether that be on a stage or to your guest, then we would recommend the P45 module. This offers top-quality sound control and a professionally finished keyboard, equipped with realistic keys.
If you are more into recording your music and editing layers onto your track for a creative outcome, then the P45B s for you. Not only stay true to the professional finish that Yamaha provide, but you are also able to link up your computer to the piano via a USB. This allows you to record your music directly onto whatever software you use to edit at a later date while still maintaining the high-quality sound.