List of Yamaha products

A list of products made by Yamaha Corporation. Please note that many of the items listed here are no longer in production. For example, the YAS-21 student-grade alto saxophone of the 1970s was superseded by the YAS-23 and YAS-25 saxophones during the 1990s. When manufacture of the YAS-23 and YAS-25 ended they were superseded by the YAS-275, which was in production as of 2010, but was eventually replaced by the YAS-280.

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Musical instruments[]

Yamaha grand piano
C6 Concert Grand
G2 Grand piano

Pianos[]

In 1900, Yamaha started to manufacture the pianos.

Grand pianos[]

CF series (full length concert grand)
C series (including several G)
G series

Note: prefix D means Disklavier
suffix S / SG means Silent grand

A series (branched from C series)
S series
Z series

Baby grand pianos[]

Upright pianos[]

U1
GB1 Baby Grand
  • B1
  • B2
  • B3
  • C108
  • M460
  • M560
  • P121
  • P22
  • P660
  • SU118C
  • T118
  • T121
  • U1
  • U10
  • U100
  • U2
  • U3
  • U30
  • U300
  • U5
  • U7
  • UX
  • UX1
  • UX10
  • UX100
  • UX3
  • UX30
  • UX300
  • UX5
  • UX50
  • UX500
  • YUA
  • YUS1
  • YUS3
  • YUS5
  • YUX
  • SU7

Player pianos[]

Disklavier (upright model)
Control unit
disklavier control unit
control unit for player piano, consists with MIDI recorder and PCM sound
  • DKC-850 (MIDI recorder with PCM sound (AWM2))
  • EMR1 (MIDI recorder with PCM sound (AWM2:XG/GM))

Silent pianos[]

Silent piano system on U1
(silencer interposing hammers)
Control unit
silent piano system
silencer & optical sensor, with PCM sound & MIDI recorder unit
  • RSG-1 / RSG-3 / RSG-5 / RSG-10 / RSG-30 (2008, for U1/U3/-/UX10/b121/YF&b113)
ensemble unit
  • RE-1 / RE-3 / RE-10 / RE-30 (1999, for U1/U3/UX10/W100)
silent ensemble unit
  • RSE-1 / RSE-3 / RSE-10 (1999, for U1/U3/UX10)

Hybrid pianos[]

Hybrid grand pianos[]
Hybrid upright pianos[]

Stage pianos[]

Electric pianos[]

Keyboards Yet 233

CP-70M electric grand piano
CP series (electric grand)
Analog stage pianos[]
CP-30 (1976) analog electronic piano
CP series (analog)
Digital stage pianos[]
GS1 (1980) – 1st FM synth of Yamaha, released as Stage Piano
Programming Computer for GS1 (ca.1980)
CP series (digital)
P-250
P series stage piano
Clavinova PF series
others

Digital pianos[]

Modus H01
Modus F11
MODUS series
Clavinova series[]
Clavinova Grand (CGP/CVP-GP/CLP-GP)
Clavinova Ensemble (CVP)
Clavinova CVP-303
(finishes: default = Dark Rosewood, C = cherry, M = mahogany, PE = polished ebony, PM = polished mahogany)
Clavinova Traditional (CLP)
Clavinova CLP-122S (1992)
(finishes: default = Dark Rosewood, C = cherry, M = mahogany, PE = polished ebony, PM = polished mahogany)
CLP-S series (spinet style similar to Modus F01/F11)
P-series (stands for "portable")[]
P-140S
(colors: B = Black & Ebony, S = Silver & Cherry, W = White)
ARIUS/YDP series[]
YDP-S30 (left side)
(finishes: C = bright wood color)
YPP series
YPR series
YPT series
Yamaha YPT-210
Yamaha YPT-220
J series electronic keyboard[]
Piaggero/NP series portable digital piano[]
Portable Grand DGX / YPG series[]
DGX-620
(color: DGX = Silver, Black or White; YPG = Champagne Gold)
others

Organs[]

Yamaha organ (1888–)
Nishikawa organ (left, 1884–c.1936)

Reed organs[]

In 1888, Yamaha started to manufacture the reed organs.

In 1921, Yamaha acquired the Nishikawa & Sons in Yokohama after a death of its founder, and continued to manufacture the Nishikawa organs and pianos until 1936.

Magna organ (1935–?)
Yamaha Magna Organ & Tone Cabinet (1935)

Magna organ[4][5] seems to be a multi-timbral keyboard instrument based on electrically blown free reeds with pickups, and possibly similar to the electrostatic reed organs developed by Frederick Albert Hoschke in 1934 then manufactured by Everett and Wurlitzer until 1961.

Electone (electronic organs)[]

Yamaha D-1 (1959)

The most models and years of introductions are based on official chronicle.[6] Also, the photograph of major models on each era is available on the 50th anniversary site.[7]

1st Electone
Stage models
Yamaha EX-42 (1970–1977)
Yamaha GX-1 (1975–1982)
Number series
A series
A-55 (1978)
AR series
B series
B-75 (1978)
C series
C-35 (1978)
C-60 (1977)
D series
D-700 (1980–1981)
E series
EL series (AWM(PCM) + FM)
EL-900m (2000–2003)
ELB-01 (2006–)
Stagea ELS-01 (2004–2014)
Stagea series
Stagea D-Deck series
F series
F series console organ
FC/FE/FS/FX series (FM synthesis)
HS-7+
ME10
HA/HC/HE/HK/HS/HX series (AWM(PCM) + FM)
MC Series
ME series
MR series
T series
US series

Combo organs[]

YC-30
YC series

Ensemble keyboards[]

SK50D Symphonic Ensemble
SK series

Synthesizers / Samplers[]

Synthesizers[]

Yamaha GX-1
CS-15D
CS-80
DX1
DX7
VP1
AN1x
CS6x
S90 ES

GX

SY series

CS series (monophonic)
CS series (polyphonic)

DX/TX series

VL/VP series (virtual acoustic)

CSx/ANx series (virtual analog / sample-based synthesis)

S series

Workstations[]

SY77
EX5
Motif 7
MM6
V series
SY series (AFM/PCM/RCM(PCM×AFM))
W series
EX series
Motif/MO/MM series
Montage series
Montage 6/7/8 (2016)
others
Arranger workstations[]
Tyros
Tyros 4
Tyros series

PSR-1500
PSR-9000
PSR arranger workstations
PSR-S500
PSR-S700
PSR-S

Workstations[]

MU15
QY10
QY20
QY70

Groove machines[]

PSRD1-DJX
RM1x
RS7000

Drum machines[]

RY30
RM50
RX series
RY series
RM series
MR series

Sampler[]

TX16W
SU700
VSS-200
VSS series (mini keyboard)
A series (rack mount)
SU series (desktop module)

Sound modules[]

sound modules not fit into other categories
XG sound modules[]
MU series
MU2000

Plug-in sound boards[]

DB50XG XG daughter-board for Wave Blaster port
Modular Synthesis Plug-in System
MSPS plug-in sound board, supported by Motif series, MU series, S series, CS6x/CS6R, etc.[22]

Software synthesizers[]

VOCALOID demo - collaborating with HRP-4C Miim by AIST

MIDI controllers[]

KX series
CBX series
Keytars[]
KX5
SHS-10
Guitar synthesizers[]

EZ series guitar style
Wind controllers[]
WX7 wind controller (with hands of player)
WX series

EZ series wind instruments
Breath controllers
Tenori-on[]
Tenori-on TNR-W
Wearable Instruments[]

Interfaces[]

MIDI interfaces[]
MIDI effects[]
MLAN[]

Sequencers[]

Music data recorders[]
data recorders for Player pianos, Digital pianos, Electones, etc.
MDF series
MIDI Data Filer
DSR series
MDR series
Music data player[]
SFG-01 FM synthesizer unit

Music computers[]

Music software[]

Computer music packages[]

Hello! Music!
computer music packages comprises CBX hardware and software (XGworks, etc.)

Classroom keyboards[]

Hello! Music! for Education

Portable keyboards[]

TYU series
Music Card ROM cartridge & LED key guide

PortaSound[]

PS-20
PortaSound PlayCard series[]
PlayCard music card reader models
PC-50
PortaSound PSS series[]
PSS-50
PSS-270

HandySound[]

PortaTone[]

PotaTone DSR series[]

PortaTone PSR series[]
PSR
PSR-7
PSR-12
PSR-73
PSR-76
PSR-295
PSR-620
PSR-1000
PSR-E
PSR-E403
PSR others
EOS series (including YS/SDX/TQ)
EOS YS200

EZ series[]

PSR-J/EZ series keyboard

Silent instruments[]

SV-100

Silent violins[]

Silent Violas[]

Silent Cellos[]

Silent Basses[]

Guitars / Basses[]

Acoustic guitars[]

F310

Classical guitars[]
C-30M
C-80
Concert Classic[31]
C series
(S = small body model)
Grand Concert Classic
CG series
GD series
Grand Concert GD-10
G-245S
G series
Model Years MSR Description
Steel and nylon string option guitars[]
Dynamic Guitar[33][34][35][36]
Yamaha Dynamic Guitar S-50A (c.1969): headstock and soundhole.
  • No. 30 (1950s)
  • No. 50 (1950s)
  • No. 70 (c.1958)
  • No. 1 / No. 1A / No. 1B (c.1958)
  • No. 2 (c.1958 or 1961)
  • No. 4 (1950s/1960s[37])
  • No. 8 (c.1958)
  • No. 10A / No. 10B (before 1963)
  • No. 15 (before 1963)
  • No. 20 / No. 20A (before 1963/after 1963)
  • No. 40 (c.1958)
  • No. 80 (before 1963)
  • S-20[38]
  • S50 / S-50 (after 1963)
  • S70 / S-70 (after 1963)
  • No. 25 (c.1964)
  • No. 45 (c.1964)
  • No. 60 (c.1964)
  • No. 85 (c.1964)
  • No.100 (c.1967)
  • No. 120 (c.1964)
  • No. 300 (c.1964)
Steel-string acoustic guitars[]
F series
FG series
label colors: R,R2:red label, G,G2:green label, B:black label
body shapes: folk / '68jumbo / jumbo / new jumbo / HQ jumbo / yamaha jumbo / semi-jumbo / western / yamaha western
FG-110
FG-150
FG-230
FG-365SII
FG720S-12
FG730S
FX series
L series
(finishes: S,S* = sunburst, T = satin wood color ?)
E = electric acoustic model with piezo pickup systems:
E in 1980: piezo pickup (bar type under saddle) + 3 controls (bass, treble, volume)
E in 1981: 2way piezo pickups (bar type under saddle & dot type under lower end-pin) + 3 or 4 controls (bass, treble, volume, and mix (PMSII on L-10E))
L series custom made
LA series
luxury artist model, based on L series (original LA shape)
LJ series
LL series
LS series
CJ series
CJ Custom
(Dragon Guitar)
Yamaha original country jumbo (Gibson J-200 style)
CP series
popular type (classical guitar)
CWE series
electric acoustic model with single cutaway, semi-jumbo shallow body, 22 frets, piezo pickup system
PMS IV: 2way pickup + 4controls
PMS V: bar piezo + 3controls
N series
S series
yamaha original semi-jumbo
SJ series
XS series
yamaha original semi-jumbo, based on CJ-52 Custom/L-52/CJ-8XE line
Guitalele
GL-1
Mattias Eklundh playing Yamaha Silent Guitar on Clinic
APX1996
APX700
CPX700

Guitalele[]

Silent guitars[]

Electric-acoustic guitars[]

Electric guitars[]

AE11
AES500
AES820
AE series
full hollow body, single cutaway
AES series
thinline hollow body, single cutaway
CV series
EG series
ERG series
EX series
Explorer shape
GX series
headless guitars
Pacifica 112V
Pacifica 112JL
Pacifica PAC1511MS Mike Stern signature
Pacifica
RGX211
RGX312
RGX521D
RGX series
Super Strat type
RGZ series
SA series
thinline hollow body, double cutaway
SA2200
SA500
SA503TVL
SA series (Rickenbacker type)
semi-acoustic guitars similar to Rickenbacker
SC series
SE series
Session series
SF series
SG series (earlier)[]
earlier SG series[# 1]
1966-67 SG reverse cutaway
SGV300PG (2000)
SG-3C (1967)
1968 SG non-reverse cutaway
1972 SG single cutaway
SGV series[]

Asymmetrical double cutaway guitar based on earlier SG-2, 5/5A, 7/7A [see above], manufactured in early 2000's

SG series (stable)[]
1973-74 SG series (with different pickguard shape)[41]
stable SG series (SG-2000 shape)[41]
SG-175 (1974)
SG2000 Devadip (1976)
SG2100S (1984)
SG1802 (2010)
SBG3000
SG1820LTD (2011)
custome shop SG
SBG series
renamed SG in the US, 1980s[41] / renewaled SG in Japan, 1998[43][unreliable source?] / reissued SG in the US, ca.2009
SJ series
similar to Telecaster
SX-900B (mod to SSH)
SX series
yet another symmetrical double cutaway model
VX series
Flying V shape

Bass guitars[]

ATTITUDE Limited II Billy Sheehan signature, played by himself
BB bass
BB404F
BB3000AF
(S = short scale ?, L = ?, F = fretless, X = with pickguard)
†: discontinued
BEX bass
BX bass
headless basses
ERB bass
EBX bass
bass guitars with Explorer shape
Motion Bass MBIII
RBX-6JM John Myung signature
Motion bass
RBX bass
SA bass
bass version of vintage SA series, double cutaway semi-acoustic
SB bass
  • SB-1C
  • SB-2
  • SB-2A
  • SB-5A
  • SB-7A
  • SB-30
  • SB-50
  • SB-55
  • SB-70
  • SB-75
  • SB-500
  • SB-500S
  • SB-600
  • SB-700
  • SB-800
  • SB-800S
  • SB-1200S
SBV bass
bass version of BJ-Pro/SG-7AS reissues
TRB bass
TRB-6
  • TRB-1004
  • TRB-1005 / TRB-1005F
  • TRB-1006
  • TRB4
  • TRB5
  • TRB6
  • TRB4II
  • TRB5II
  • TRB6II
  • TRB-5P
  • TRB-6P
  • TRB-5PII
  • TRB-6PII
  • TRB-6JP / TRB-6JP2 John Patitucci signature

Guitar effects[]

Magicstomp (detail)
01 series
FL-01 Flanger
01 series Professional System Effectors (1980)
10M series[47]
10M II series[47]
20M series[47]
100 series (c.1988)[46]
x01 series Professional System Effectors[47]

Guitar/Bass amplifiers[]

A line
R line
DG series
digital modeling amplifier
F series
F-20
G series
J series
JX series (1980s)
JX55 (input)

RA rotary speakers (1970s)
rotary sound amplifiers which produce Leslie speaker effects by rotating a series of speaker units instead of horns.[# 3] also featuring Yamaha Natural Sound Speaker units
TA series (late 1960s)
wedge-shaped flat amplifiers, featuring Yamaha Natural Sound Speaker units
VR series (1989–1991)
VX series (red logo)
YTA series (1970s, blue line)
B series
B110-115 SE
BBT series digital bass amps
YBA series (1970s, blue line)

Musical instrument amplifiers[]

P/PC series power amplifiers

Keyboard amplifiers[]

Percussion instruments[]

Timpani[]

All of the Timpani Models (except 9000) are balanced action.

Marimbas[]

King george marimba.jpg

Drum kits[]

Yamaha drum kits
Yamaha PHX
Oak Custom
HipGig
Acoustic drums[]
Electronic drums[]
DTXpress IV
DTXpress II
DD-65 Digital Drum Kit (2007)
DD series digital percussion

Brass instruments[]

Cornets[]

Trumpets[]

YTR-8445
Edward Tarr with high-B-Trumpet Tarr model
  • YTR-1310
  • YTR-1320se
  • YTR-1335
  • YTR-232
  • YTR-2320
  • YTR-2320S
  • YTR-2330
  • YTR-2335
  • YTR-4335G
  • YTR-6335
  • YTR-6345G
  • YTR-6345HG II
  • YTR-6310Z
  • YTR-8310Z
  • YTR-8335
  • YTR-8335RGS
  • YTR-8345
  • YTR-9335CHS/NYS
  • YTR-9445CHS/NYS
  • YTR-9636
  • YTR-9835
  • YTR-988

Trombones[]

YSL denotes any Alto, Tenor, Compact or Valve trombone
YBL denotes any Bass trombone
Dis. = Discontinued Models

Student Range

  • YSL-154
  • YSL-352 (Dis.)
  • YBL-322 (Dis.)
  • YSL-354
  • YSL-354G

Compact Trombones

  • YSL-350C

Valve Trombones

  • YSL-354V

Intermediate Trombones

  • YSL-445G
  • YSL-446G
  • YSL-447G
  • YSL-448G
  • YBL-421G

Professional Trombones

  • YSL-610
  • YSL-620
  • YSL-630
  • YSL-640
  • YBL-620G

Custom Jazz Trombones

  • YSL-691Z (Dis.)
  • YSL-697Z (Dis.)
  • YSL-891Z
  • YSL-897Z

Xeno Trombones

  • YSL-881
  • YSL-881G
  • YSL-882
  • YSL-882G
  • YSL-882O
  • YSL-882GO
  • YSL-882OR
  • YSL-882GOR
  • YBL-822G
  • YBL-830

Custom Alto Trombones

  • YSL-871
  • YSL-872

Horns[]

Vienna Horn YHR-601

Euphoniums[]

Baritone Horns[]

Tenor Horns[]

Flugelhorns[]

Tubas[]

in BBb

in CC

in Eb

in F

Sousaphones[]

in BBb

Woodwind instruments[]

Clarinets[]

Bb Clarinets[]
A Clarinets[]
Eb Clarinets[]
Bass Clarinets[]
Alto Clarinet[]

Bassoons[]

Flutes[]

YFL-261

Piccolos[]

YPC-32

Venova™[]

Saxophones[]

Yamaha Custom Z Saxophones

Soprano saxophones[]

Alto saxophones[]

Yamaha YAS-25 alto saxophone
YAS-61 (1969), YAS-62 (1979), YAS-62 (1994), YAS-62II (2003), YAS-62III (2013)

Tenor saxophones[]

YTS-23 tenor saxophone made in 1986
Yamaha baritone saxophone

Baritone saxophones[]

Audio[]

Music production[]

Recorders[]

Digital mixing studio[]
Audio workstations[]
AW1600 Digital Recorder
Multitrack recorders[]
multitrack recorders for music creation[50]
MD series (MiniDisc)
MD8
CMX series (Compact Cassette)
MT series (Compact Cassette)
MT2X 4-Track Cassette Recorder
Pocket recorders[]
Voice recorder type

Audio interfaces[]

A/D converters
D/A converters

Pro audio[]

Mixing consoles[]

LS9-32
M7CL
DM1000
DM2000V2
PM5D
03D
02R
01v
Digital mixing consoles[]
Analog mixing consoles[]
GA24/12
IM8-40
PM3500-40
PM4000
GA series
PM series

Analog audio mixers[]

MG102c
MG124cx
MG166c
MR-842
MC2403
MG series (FX/C/CX/USB)
GF series
MC series
MR series
MX series

Powered mixers[]

EMX5016CF
EM series
EMX box type
EMX console type

Outboards[]

DME24N (bottom) & design software on note PC (top)
DME digital mixing engines
REV digital reverberators
SPX digital multi effects
Analog outboards
Software effect plug-ins[]
Vintage Plug-in Collection
based on Vintage Circuitry Modeling (VCM) technology

Studio monitors[]

NS-10M Studio

Microphones[]

Home audio[]

Yamaha Hi-fi Components.jpg
  • CDX-580 CD Player
  • DVD-S1700 DVD Player
  • KX-680 Cassette Deck
     
  • AX900 Pre/Main Amplifier
     
  • TX930 Tuner
  • DSP-100 Digital Sound Field Processor
  • MX35 2ch/4ch Power Amplifier
Hi-Fi audio components
Hi-Fi audio amplifiers
  • AX900 Pre/Main Amplifier
  • MX35 2ch/4ch Power Amplifier
  • M-4 2ch/4ch Power Amplifier
Hi-Fi audio players
  • CDX-580 CD Player
  • DVD-S1700 DVD Player
Hi-Fi audio recorders
  • KX-680 Cassette Deck
Hi-Fi tuners
  • TX930 Tuner
Hi-Fi receivers
  • CR-400
  • CR-450
  • CR-600
  • CR-800
  • CR-1000
  • CR-420
  • CR-620
  • CR-820
  • CR-1020
  • CR-440
  • CR-640
  • CR-840
  • CR-1040
28 Series
Sound processors
Hi-Fi audio speakers
NS series
NS-2000
  • NS-1
  • NS-5X
  • NS-10
  • NS-200
  • NS-500
  • NS-A100
  • NS-1000
  • NS-1000M
  • NS-1000x
  • NS-1000xw
  • NS-2000
  • NSX-10000
  • Soavo series
YSP series
  • YSP-1
  • YSP-800
  • YSP-900
  • YSP-1000
  • YSP-1100
  • YSP-1400
  • YSP-1600
  • YSP-2200
  • YSP-2500
  • YSP-2700
  • YSP-3000
  • YSP-3300
  • YSP-4000
  • YSP-4100
  • YSP-4300
  • YSP-5100
  • YSP-5600

Electronics products[]

Home computers[]

MSX/MSX2[57]
YIS503II MSX Personal Computer

Optical disc drives[]

CRW2100S

Network Devices[]

Semiconductors[]

Sound chips[]

PSG/SSG
OPL
OPN
OPS
Misc
AudioEngine series
Miselu neiro (2012), a prototype of Android-based music making device featuring NSX-1 chip
DAC

Video chips[]

MSX peripheral chips[]

MSX-Engine

Sports equipment[]

Archery[]

YAMAHA YTSL II Archery Raiser

Snow Skis[]

Vehicles[]

Yamaha produces a wide range of Yamaha and Star motorcycles, as well as Yamaha golf-carts. They also make speedboats and the WaveRunner line of personal water crafts (PWCs). Products in the WaveRunner line include the Yamaha WaveBlaster, SuperJet and the rare FX-1.

See also[]

Footnotes[]

media
  1. ^ "YouTube - Yamaha SG Guitar History". Archived from the original on 5 July 2015. (video)
  2. ^ "Yamaha SG-60T (1973)". The guitar collection. Archived from the original on 2 May 2011. - featured in Guitarist (magazine), Sept. 2006.
  3. ^ Yamaha 2 speed Rotary Speaker unit (video).
  4. ^ Yamaha CSY-2 rotary speaker (1975) demonstration (video). Archived from the original on 15 April 2016.
  5. ^ Yamaha RA-50 "leslie speaker" from the 70's (video). Archived from the original on 21 September 2016.
  6. ^ Yamaha RA 100 (video). Archived from the original on 10 April 2016.
  7. ^ Yamha RA 200R (video). Archived from the original on 21 September 2016.
  8. ^ "Yamaha RA-200". Gilmourish.com. Archived from the original on 7 November 2011.
  9. ^ "Leslies, Doppolas and Rovers". Gilmourish.com. Archived from the original on 1 December 2011.
  10. ^ a b c d "My gear". Keep Sound Production. Archived from the original on 30 June 2010. (images)

References[]

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  2. ^ "GB1K - 5' Classic Collection Grand Piano". Yamaha USA site. Archived from the original on 12 June 2012.
  3. ^ www.yamaha.com/pianos/
  4. ^ a b 一時代を画する新楽器完成 浜松の青年技師山下氏 [An epoch new musical instrument was developed by a young engineer Mr.Yamashita in Hamamatsu]. Hochi Shimbun (in Japanese). 8 June 1935. Archived from the original on 12 March 2012.
  5. ^ a b 新電氣樂器 マグナオルガンの御紹介 [New Electric Musical Instrument — Introduction of Magna Organ] (in Japanese). Hamamatsu: 日本樂器製造株式會社 (Yamaha). October 1935. Archived from the original on 11 May 2013. 特許第一〇八六六四号, 同 第一一〇〇六八号, 同 第一一一二一六号
  6. ^ "History of Products - Yamaha Electronic Musical Instruments". Yamaha Corporation. Archived from the original on 15 December 2009.
  7. ^ "History of Electone - Electone 50th Anniversary in 2009" (in Japanese). Yamaha Corporation. 2009. Archived from the original on 27 May 2011.
  8. ^ a b Mark Jenkins, Analog Synthesizers, page 76 Archived 26 April 2017 at the Wayback Machine., Taylor & Francis
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Bibliography[]

current models
historical models
acoustic guitar catalogs
electric guitar catalogs
keyboard catalogs

Further reading[]

External links[]

  1. ^ "Yamaha P115 Retro-Keyboard Full Review". Archived from the original on 31 August 2017.