REAL FM ELECTRIC PIANOS
Powered by the same technology that made the DX7 famous, YC Series features real 8-operator FM synthesis for full dynamic and expression that can’t be reproduced with samples.
Yamaha introduced the CP80 and CP70 electric grand pianos in 1978 to give musicians “portable” (It weighed over 300 pounds/130 kg!) grand piano sound that could cut through a live band. Now, the strength of the CP80 lives on in the CP73 and CP88 with a powerful sound that does for the piano what amplification did for guitar.
Suitable for all music genres, the 78 Rd tine electric piano boasts a high quality, smooth sound—great for pairing with effects like chorus, delay and reverb.
If you’re after a distinctive vibe with plenty of character, look no further than the 75 Rd. Its dirty, funkier sound with a nice low end “bark” works great for playing leads and parts requiring a more rhythmic approach.
The 73 Rd is a warm tine electric piano Voice with vintage vibe. This piano works nicely with ballads, early 70s fusion, Neo Soul or any time you need to support a singer or lead instrument.
73 RD STUDIO [OS v1.1]
This 1973 studio tine electric piano features smooth, warm tones, perfect for laying down chord beds in ballads, jazz and R&B.
74 RD STAGE [OS v1.1]
Another option when looking for something more aggressive, this bright electric stage piano works well for soloing or more syncopated rhythm parts.
With vintage and modern versions, the Wr reed electric piano voice is a staple of multiple genres from rock to soul. The YC Wr electric piano Voice provides three options (“Warm”, “Bright” and “Wide”) so you can match the sound to the musical setting.