The Yamaha DGX640W Digital Piano is a decent-looking machine,the “wood” portions are clearly synthetic, but seem sturdy.but is not a beautiful piece of furniture like a piano;
The Yamaha DGX640W was impressively different. The hammer action of the weighted keys is much fuller than other electronic keyboards, the speakers are very clear and pretty powerful, and the stand and pedal set is a great compliment to the instrument! And aside from the piano sounds, the other instruments are pretty great and fun.
Digital Signal Processor
237 types of the DSP effect can be added to the Main and Dual Voices. These range from reverb-like ambience effects to distortion and other dynamic processing tools that let you enhance the sound, or completely transform it.
Easy Song Arranger
In addition to each song’s default style, you can select any other style to play the song with the Easy Song Arranger feature. You can also change the song’s melody Voice and the keyboard Voice for a complete change of image.
Yamaha Education Suite
Yamaha Education Suite is an advanced set of helpful learning tools built into the instrument, letting you teach yourself how to play and perform. Y.E.S. helps you master a song with easy lesson steps. Each lesson can be done in isolation with either your left hand or right hand, or both.
- Wonderful sound
- Amazingly Realistic and Dynamic Sounds
- Easy Performance with Music Notation Display
- with Yamaha Education Suite
- 88 key Graded Hammer Standard Keyboard
- Digital Signal Processor
- unable to record songs as mp3 files
I recommend the yamaha dgx640w piano to anyone! And with it’s wide range of possibilities there’s room for a lot of fun and productivity. The voices all sound very nice, and the keys are nice and weighted. It sits at just the right height and is comfortable to play.I love this piano!
This is a fantastic keyboard. The voices alone are amazing. And if someone tells you that voices are not important, then consider this: When you get tired of practicing Hanon exercises or running scales, change the voice of the keyboard to a Harp, Violin, Guitar or Sitar. It will throw new life and fun times back into your practice.