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The Booth #5 | Yamaha P-515 | A composer’s thoughts on this piano

Posted by on March 6, 2020.

What happens when you lock an amazing pianist in a room for 40 minutes? It looks something like this. This is episode #5 in our video series called ‘The Booth” where we essentially lock one of the staff in a room with a keyboard or piano. Granted it’s not very scientific but the results are […]

Connecting Your Apple iPad to your Yamaha P125

Posted by on February 11, 2020.

Connecting an iPad to your P125 Using the Yamaha smart pianist app is a brilliant way to learn piano as a beginner or for improving your skills as a seasoned player, but the process of connecting your iPad or iPhone to the keyboard can seem a little confusing at first. This tutorial is here to […]

Yamaha P-515 | 5 things you need to know before you buy

Posted by on October 16, 2019.

First of all we’ve already done a full review which you can watch by clicking below. I want to show you the things you won’t necessarily catch in the brochure but are worth knowing before you buy. (see full video at bottom of page). SEE OUR FULL YAMAHA P-515 VIDEO REVIEW AND DEMONSTRATION HERE NO.1 […]

Yamaha P515 Walkaround Video

Posted by on July 31, 2019.

The Yamaha P-515 is [one of] Yamaha’s top end stage pianos and is well suited to a player of any playing ability. It is packed with an array of high quality sounds [voices] and is perfect for gigging musicians. The wooden keys make all the difference in my opinion. Now, we know what it’s like […]

The New Yamaha P-515 NOW AVAILABLE!

Posted by on October 27, 2018.

FINALLY, after much anticipation we have received stock of the new Yamaha P-515 Personal Piano and it is NOW AVAILABLE! To all of you have preordered, your name is on one of our first batch and we will be shipping these out in the next couple of days if we haven’t done already. However, there […]


Posted by on September 18, 2018.

We have just received news here at ePianos that the highly anticipated release of the Yamaha P-515 personal piano has now been postponed until early October. We’re on the edge of our seats here waiting for it to turn up in the shop – not only are we excited to have one in our showroom […]

Yamaha Smart Pianist App review for P-125

Posted by on September 13, 2018.

If you haven’t seen it already, Yamaha have released a really exciting, new app called ‘Smart Pianist’ (careful how you say it!) which is compatible with a variety of their current and upcoming range of keyboards and digital pianos. Chris Hammond and I went to Yamaha recently and we had a chance to have a […]

What’s the best piano for a beginner?

Posted by on September 13, 2018.

We get asked about the best beginner piano all of the time, and the answer is it depends on who the piano is for. For a child starting off, it might be a good idea to buy something small and portable. This way, you (as a parent/guardian) are not spending too much if they are […]

Yamaha P-125 vs P-515 portable piano comparison review

Posted by on July 19, 2018.

Yamaha have really been excelling over that past few years at making quality portable pianos. Indeed the P-105, P-115, P-255 and P-45 have been the biggest selling portable pianos that we’ve ever seen! This range is an excellent choice for beginners because of the price but also for experienced players that require something of quality […]

New Yamaha P-515 personal piano review

Posted by Chris Hammond on June 28, 2018.

Today has seen Yamaha bring us their highest quality portable piano namely the P-515 ‘personal piano’ which replaces the Yamaha P255. Chris (@chrisonpiano) and Isaac (@isaacstuart) have been having a really close look and made the review video below. The major new feature that P515 brings us is the NWX keyboard action. This means that […]

The NEW Yamaha P-125 reviewed

Posted by Chris Hammond on June 8, 2018.

  Chris has been getting a close look at Yamaha’s new portable piano; the P-125. The predecessor to this model, the P-115, has been our biggest selling beginners’ piano because of it’s low price, portability and quality. This is the piano we recommend to most people starting to play piano who need something that will […]