Yamaha Portables

The P-515 is the flagship in the P-series. Its advanced sound quality, features and design make this an ideal digital piano for players of all levels.

The full line of Yamaha Portable Digital Pianos includes the P-45, P-121, P-125, and DGX-660, and P-515.

Powerful Tone
The sound of our digital pianos are created by sampling our flagship Yamaha CFX concert grand and feature built-in Yamaha speakers similar to those found in clubs and stadiums worldwide.
Keys The Other Digital Pianos Can't Touch
Weighted keys recreate the responsive, controlled action of a Yamaha acoustic piano. Our proprietary synthetic ebony and ivory keytops have a natural, comfortable feel that players of all levels can’t wait to get their hands on.
Good Virtual Vibrations
Our innovative Virtual Resonance Modeling (VRM) recreates the resonance of the soundboard, rim and frame to emulate the natural feeling of an acoustic piano. Even while wearing headphones.
Make Room For Music
We figured out how to put innovative Yamaha thinking into smaller, sleeker designs so you can make music in just about any space.
Matching Furniture Stand
Just got back from your world tour? Want to keep your digital piano in one place? A stylish matching wood stand makes your Yamaha feel at home in any home.
One Of The Few Features That's Not Ahead Of Its Time
Our metronome can be replaced by a drum groove on select models. Yet another Yamaha innovation you can always count on.
Make Your Voices Heard
Piano and Strings. Bass and guitar. French Horn and Cello. Dual Voice Mode lets you play two Voices at the same time for nearly infinite musical inspiration.
Use Your Connections
Simply connect your smart device by USB and the Smart Pianist and Digital Piano Controller apps help you select Voices and choose settings. Or connect to computers, mobile devices and creative and educational software to do even more.
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This is a top-notch piano store and I highly recommend a visit to anyone looking to buy a piano. Indeed, it would be well worth a long drive.I visited this summer, and ended up spending three hours at the store trying out grand pianos. Chris and Richard were very kind about explaining everything to me, and also allowing me to try out their pianos at leisure.They have a lot of brands that are comparatively little known in the US, and well worth trying. I got to try Schimmels for the first time -- really fantastic pianos. (My favorite of them, at least on the day I visited, was a Wilhelm Schimmel, which is less expensive than a standard Schimmel -- unfortunately that particular piano had been already sold to another customer and not yet delivered!) I also tried a Bosendorfer 185CS. Oh *wow*... to this day, this remains my favorite piano that I have ever tried. (Above Steinway, Bluthner, Fazioli, Steingraeber, etc. etc.) In the end, I resisted the temptation to double my budget.... but it is less expensive than many of its competitors.Their pricing on new pianos, based on comparison to information I found on the Internet, is good across the board and in some cases extremely good.Pianos are very individual, even within the same brand and model, and the piano I fell in love with (and that was within my budget) ended up being one I found elsewhere. But I would have been delighted to do business with Ruggero if it had been one I'd found there; this store offers great pianos sold at competitive prices by wonderful people. - Frank Thorne

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