Yamaha will use the Winter NAMM exhibition to show off one of its latest digital pianos – the white version of its MODUS R01 digital piano.
Also on show will be the H11 Contemporary Grand digital piano.
All of Yamaha’s MODUS digital pianos feature AWM Stereo Sampling technology and at least 30 sample banks (50 on the H11) for the keyboard sounds, all fully responsive to the player’s touch on the keyboard, and thus offering very realistic sound. Samples include stereo sustain and key-off samples which recreate string resonance, soundboard, and dampers touching strings as keys are released.
The H01 has 64 note polyphony while the H11 doubles that to 128 notes. There’s also Dual Voice and reverb functions plus 20 instrument voices and 50 onboard preset piano songs.
Both digital pianos have a 40 watt amplification system and can be accessorised with matching white piano bench.
Available from the second quarter of 2009.