Product Type: Yamaha keyboards and synthesizers
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Yamaha - a keyboard for life!!
Member Name: meyds19
Advantages: great for beginners, range of different styles and beats to suit your preference
Disadvantages: may eventually lose interest in it
I got my Yamaha keyboard at the age of 11 or 12 when I'd finished primary school year 6.
It was my first keyboard which was handy to have all to myself because there weren't many to practice on in school. The Yamaha brand is one of the best in terms of keyboards. I got a keyboard because I didn't think I could fit a piano in my room, and it's much easier to practice on a keyboard. There is a lot of different keyboards you can choose from online or just pop into your local Argos!
The features are pretty good, you can either play keyboard in classic synth mode, or Jazz, guitar and other instruments. It has good quality light weight keys, which are white and a kind of plastic surface that you can use felt pens on if you're the kind of person who labels the keys for convenience. The felt pen markings can easily be wiped off with a damp cloth - it's alot easier than labelling with stickers.
The keyboard has a robust structure with two large speaks on each end which are pretty loud. There is also a headphone slot next to the plug sock which you may want to consider using. It's light, medium sized keyboard - you can easily carry it and move it around if you need to and it slots onto a stand which you can adjust to your height for when you're playing.
Summary: perfect for beginners