Enjoy Yamaha piano touch and tone, plus numerous features that help make playing music FUN. Sing along using the built-in microphone jack with vocal effects. Enjoy the Yamaha You Are The Artist library for learning hit songs you’ve always wanted to perform using best-selling sheet music, or learn just by reading the scrolling notes on the built-in Score Display.
The Pure CF Sound Engine faithfully reproduces the tone of a meticulously sampled, acclaimed Yamaha 9' CFIIIS concert grand piano, allowing for incredibly dynamic and expressive playing.
GHS weighted action is heavier in the low keys and lighter in the high keys, just like an acoustic piano. The special matte black key tops are designed to absorb moisture and remain tactile after extended use without becoming slippery.
Score Display puts the music notation of MIDI songs onto the screen of your instrument, helping you play your favorites by following the bouncing ball.
You Are The Artist series software pairs best-selling books from Hal Leonard with XG song files to play along with.
1/4" microphone input allows you to connect a microphone so you can sing along while you play, hear your voice through the instrument's speakers, and even record your performance to USB audio.
Wireless audio & MIDI features utilize Wi-Fi to stream audio and MIDI to/from your iOS device and your Yamaha instrument to integrate with compatible apps for iOS.
The Piano Room lets you choose from a variety of pianos and acoustic settings to create your own personal piano environment. You can even adjust the position of the grand piano lid!
The assignable pedal allows you to connect a foot switch and configure it to control various functions in the instrument, such as mic on/off, Style start/stop or tap tempo.
The 6-track song recorder allows you to capture your performances and song ideas, then add additional layers to spice-up your pieces.
USB audio recording and playback captures or plays back performances on a USB drive.
Performance Assistant Technology (P.A.T.) lets you focus on playing the rhythms while the instrument worries about playing the right notes of MIDI songs.