Yamaha LP7AItem ID: LP7A
3-pedal Unit for Yamaha YPG-635 and DGX-640 with Half Damper Effect
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Pedal for Yamaha YPG-635 and DGX-640The Yamaha LP7A is an optional pedal unit for YPG-635/DGX-640 that gives you virtually the same level of expressive control as that of actual acoustic grand pianos. By default, the LP7A gives you Damper, Soft and Sostenuto control. The LP7A even includes Half Damper effect control, allowing you more realistic control over sustained sounds. In addition to Damper, Soft and Sostenuto control, the left pedal can also give you special control to the Classical Guitar and Sweet Muted Trumpet voices of select Yamaha keyboards.
Yamaha LP7A Piano Pedal Features at a Glance:
Get the most out of your Yamaha keyboard with an optional LP7A piano pedal!
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Reviewsbased on 2 reviews
by Bob from DeKalb, IlWell I've had the olde sliding small pedal for a year with a piece of tape under it.............it just was not working for me.... so I ordered the pedal unit and I sure am glad that I did, it is soli... read more [+]d like a rock....why did I wait so long? Buy it .....you will not be sorry ! close [-]
January 17, 2012
Music Background: music teacher...30 years
HEAVY ACOUSTIC PIANO FEEL WITH A BIG SOUND SET
by DONALD PARISH from HOPEWELL, VAIf you like having a large collection of voices and styles, but you HATE the soft touch found on organs, most syntheziers and the other models in Yamaha's current series of Portable Grand keyboards, a... read more [+]nd you're willing to fork over another $300 to get the acoustic piano feel of Graded Hammer Action that weighs at least 20 or more pounds less than most weighted-key instruments, then try out the YPG-635 or DGX-640. These instruments have essentially the same voice, sytle and control setup foound on Yamaha's YPG-535 or DGX-530 Portable Grand keyboards. The main differences between the 435/530 and 635/640 series are (1) the heaver key action (2) a premium 3-pedal unit that will not work on the YPG-535/DGX-530 but will work with the YPG-635 or DGX-640; (3) another layer of distortion guitar settings and a type of ROTARY ORGAN setting is available on the 635/640 series Voice and Style settings are very simple using the CATEGORY SEARCH bottons or by typing the Voice and Style numbers directly into the number pad .Much easier and more reliable than using the data wheel. On all the Portable Grand series, using the LESSON MODES and SONG DATABASE will help beginners and will give refresher help for more seasoned players. If you learn to play the YPG-635/PS4-640, you can play ANY piano of any size, make and model, including concert grands! My biggest complants with these keyboards and most other newer Yamaha models is that their style-playing setups no longer recognize 2nd and 3rd inversions of chords they way the PSR-410 and PSR-510 6-key instruments used to. Also, Yamaha now uses a FUNCTION button that creates a time-consuming way of setting volume and effects on the MAIN, DUAL, SPLIT VOICE nad SYTLES instead of the dedicated buttons for these settings found in the pie arrangement on the earlier PSR models. If you need to make such adjustments, take time at home to do this; you'll embarrass yourself if you try to do it during a gig! Even with these shortcomings, this instrument is well worth the money if you want a feature-packed insturment with true piano feel that won't totally break the bank. close [-]
August 31, 2010
Music Background: 35 YEARS PRO MUSICIAN
Jason, San Diego, CA