Yamaha PSR

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About Yamaha PSR

Yamaha PSR Keyboards are amongst the most versatile keyboards and synthesizers available. With a huge range of sounds, rhythms, accompaniments, built-in lessons and many more features, a PSR keyboard can be used for different styles of playing. Whether you're a beginner looking to learn how to play keys or an experienced player looking for arranger style accompaniments, you're going to love using a Yamaha PSR Keyboard.

Yamaha PSR series of portable keyboards are renowned for their quality sound and reliability, packed full of great voices, rhythms and accompaniments, Yamaha PSRs are the keyboard most beginners start out on and are ideal for use in the home, at rehearsals and on stage.

Why Should I Choose a Yamaha PSR Keyboard?

  • Huge range of sounds
  • Built-in lessons
  • Can be used for different styles of playing

Frequently Asked Questions about Yamaha PSR

Question: What is the latest Yamaha PSR keyboard?
The PSR-E360 is the latest PSR keyboard, engineered for new players, the E360 everything beginners need to grow and advance their keyboard skills.
Question: Do Yamaha PSR keyboards have touch sensitive keys?
Virtually all of the PSR range feature touch sensitive keys, the only exception being the entry level PSR-E263.
Question: What is PSR in Yamaha?
The Yamaha PSR series are the swiss army knife of keyboards. Using state of the art digital synthesis and sampling, PSR keyboards feature great sounds, accompaniments and rhythms, lessons and many other features that players of all levels can take advantage of.
Question: Do Yamaha PSR keyboards come with lessons?
The only PSR keyboard that doesn't feature lessons is the professional level PSR-A3000, all of the others offer on board lessons.
Question: Which PSR keyboard is the best?
The PSR-A5000 is a professional grade keyboard that's packed full of features for the serious gigging musician.
Question: Is a PSR keyboard good for beginners?
Yes. Not only do PSR keyboards feature built-in lessons. They can be used for different playing styles and help new players develop, grow and find the direction they'd like to take their playing.