The P-45 digital piano count with the GHS keyboard that has heavier touch in the lower keys and more responsiveness on the higher zone. Considered perfect for students who want to have the experience of having a grand piano, because its realistic weighted keyboard is perfect to practice with.
The P-45 model allows you to choose between four different sensitivity levels that users can match with their style, the keyboard it is a little bit noisy if it's played in a lower volume or maybe using headphones, especially in the medium/lower-end. These characters affect some of Yamaha's entry-level products, for this, users try to buy new models with the same cheaper price but they can't find a good response by any product in the market.
Yamaha with this model offers as seen in this casio px 160 vs yamaha p45 review to its users some integrated voices that shine with extreme tone quality, it's the big bonus that the brand offers. The P-45 is the perfect digital piano for the choice of musicians who want to explore a lightweight keyboard as an affordable solution for gigs or rehearsals. Considering into account the Rhodes-like electric piano sound, and the strings' tone, that it usually blends well when it's used in layer mode, into the acoustic piano.
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Yamaha is one of the big brands that love to improve its products, it evolves its previous entry-level models and they still manage to create new and compact solutions that allow its user to feel comfortable with all that the brand offers. The P-45 fits into students and on the go musicians, but the model reaches more than this.