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Yamaha Keyboard YPT 220 £69.99 @ Lidl

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- Simple operation, intuitive panel control layout and stylish design
- With 61 standard-size keys, 375 instrument voices and 100 accompaniment rythms
- Power grand buttons for Yamaha’s world famous grand piano sound
- Includes the Yamaha Education Suite 5, an advanced set of learning tools built into the keyboard to help you learn how to play
- Suitable for beginners
Features:
- 102 built-in songs for easy learning
- 9 reverb types
- 32-note polyphony
- Computer connectivity via MIDI in/out
- Headphone socket
2 year manufacturer’s warranty

Direct link: http://www.lidl.co.uk/cps/rde/xchg/lidl_uk/hs.xsl/index_36171.htm
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prankster101#1
Would love to buy a keyboard
rallypoint#2
Added to my wish list xx
foxabcd1234#3
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Shengis 1 Like #4
Keyboard hero: http://www.synthesiagame.com/

Just get a cheap usb midi adapter and away you go ;)
belovedmonster#5
Same keyboard is £90 at Argos, seems a good price.
dbx125#6
So whats this like? IT looks a bit like a kids keyboard.
pibpob#7
dbx125
So whats this like? IT looks a bit like a kids keyboard.
Pretty grotty as it's not touch-sensitive, meaning you get the same volume of note however hard you hit the keys.
dbx125#8
ahh. No sale.
rodman 2 Likes #9
can I play trance like Armin Van Buuren?
7777777#11
pibpob
dbx125
So whats this like? IT looks a bit like a kids keyboard.
Pretty grotty as it's not touch-sensitive, meaning you get the same volume of note however hard you hit the keys.

We'll,if the dynamics is important to you,maybe lidl shouldn't be a first choice shop whilst buying the new instrument ? Yes,that's a toy but 70 quid won't buy a better one.at this price this can't be cons.


Edited By: 7777777 on Nov 08, 2012 21:15: rev
doobyduck#12
Just what I was looking for - thanks...
pibpob#13
7777777
pibpob
dbx125
So whats this like? IT looks a bit like a kids keyboard.
Pretty grotty as it's not touch-sensitive, meaning you get the same volume of note however hard you hit the keys.

We'll,if the dynamics is important to you,maybe lidl shouldn't be a first choice shop whilst buying the new instrument ? Yes,that's a toy but 70 quid won't buy a better one.at this price this can't be cons.

Of course - but they keep quiet about its main drawback, so it needs to be pointed out.
ess#14
thanks <3
donerkebab#15
OK so not this one - but can anyone recommend another for a kid to start learning piano on - dont mind 2nd hand so a make and model would be appreciated
pibpob#16
If you want your child to learn real piano rather than keyboard, they really need to learn either on a real piano or a weighted (rather than sprung) keyboard, which are not cheap. But at least one with touch sensitivity will allow them to play loud and soft, so just search for anything with that feature.
isbreen#17
pibpob
dbx125
So whats this like? IT looks a bit like a kids keyboard.
Pretty grotty as it's not touch-sensitive, meaning you get the same volume of note however hard you hit the keys.

Can you suggest something better for £70?
pibpob#18
Yes - a second hand piano. :p

I didn't say it wasn't good value for money. If you want something that's not grotty, you have to pay more than £70.
donerkebab#19
Like others haven't space or money for real one. Can you recommend a make and model keyboard which has seperate stand for under a hundred thanks
fernando#20
Tried 4 stores, no signs of them.....therefore hot price but no availability.

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