Yamaha Arius YDP141 Digital Piano

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Yamaha Arius YDP141 Digital Piano

Yamaha Arius YDP141 Digital Piano

Yamaha Arius YDP141 Digital Piano: Blending Tradition with Technology


The Yamaha Arius YDP141 Digital Piano is a versatile instrument that will grow as a player advances from student to professional. It costs comparably less than a traditional piano, but unlike many other digital models, the Arius feels the most like an acoustic piano.


The Arius YDP141 boasts a graded hammer system, which is very similar to a true piano. This is ideal for beginners who have not yet experienced the feel of a real piano. Older pianists will also appreciate how seamlessly they can transition their finger technique to this instrument. The keys are weighted better than other electronic pianos. The lower notes are heavier, while the upper octaves have a lighter touch, perfectly mimicking an acoustic piano. This model even has variable touch sensitivity, allowing the player to customise the key response to their personal preference.


Just like most pianos, the Yamaha Arius Digital Piano has 88 keys, allowing players of all levels to perform works in any range. The white keys have a glossy, ivory sheen, while the black keys have a soft matte finish. It comes complete with 3 foot pedals. A half pedal effect is also possible by controlling how far the damper pedal is pushed, creating more control over sustains.

Parents looking to buy a first piano for their budding virtuoso will be pleased to learn that the Yamaha Arius YDP141 comes with several songs already programmed into the memory. Young players can learn how to play along with the recordings, further enhancing their technical skills. These pre-programmed selections will entice players to practise more, without fuss.


Intermediate and advanced players can enjoy the built-in song recorder. This allows a musician to record a backing track for improvisation work or song composing. They can tweak their solo performance until it is just right. The instrument selections can even be changed after a piece has been recorded, allowing the composer to find the perfect ensemble.


Players of all ages can appreciate the piano’s built-in metronome. No need to have a separate device. The metronome will help solidify counting and performing, by keeping the pianist on beat at all times. All great musicians know the benefit of a good metronome.


The Yamaha Arius YDP141 Digital Piano will give musicians many years of brilliant music. Not only is it a great choice for the novice pianist, it is also a wise investment for the highly trained. This instrument perfectly blends the feel of an acoustic piano with the technical advances of a digital piano.


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