Yamaha CP4 Stage 88-note Wooden Key Stage Piano

88-key Stage Piano with 433 Presets, Natural Wood Graded Hammer Action Keybed, and Pitch and Mod Wheels
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Yamaha's Finest Stage Piano Yet

In any setting, the Yamaha CP4 Stage is an exceptional piano. Featuring 45 grand piano sounds from Yamaha's Premium Collection, plus 47 vintage EPs, you'll never have to settle for "close enough." In addition, you'll find 341 voices covering basses, clavs, organs, strings, and pads, based on the acclaimed Motif soundset. The 88-note graded hammer action keybed with real wood keys feels superb, and the CP4 Stage weighs less than 40 pounds, making it easy to transport. Need a flexible stage piano with incredible sounds and true piano feel? Check out Yamaha's CP4 Stage.

Yamaha CP4 Stage Piano at a Glance:
  • Enjoy instant access to the world's finest acoustic pianos
  • Natural Wood Graded Hammer Action keybed delivers real-deal playing feel
  • Professional controller features let you do it all
Enjoy instant access to the world's finest acoustic pianos

Yamaha has been crafting fine acoustic pianos for over a century, and as the largest acoustic piano manufacturer in the world, they are able to select from an immense collection of hand-crafted grand pianos to create the sounds in your CP4 Stage. The flagship CFX concert grand represents the apex of Yamaha's piano-making tradition. Flawlessly made and with an exquisite tone that spans the complete dynamic range, the CFX has the awesome power to fill any concert hall. With the CP4 Stage piano, you have instant access to the CFX, as well as the superb CFIII and the S6.

Natural Wood Graded Hammer Action keybed delivers real-deal playing feel

Yamaha's Graded Hammer Wooden Key action with synthetic ivory keys gives you incredibly realistic grand piano touch and response. This advanced action gives all keys an authentic resistance that increases from the top register to the lower - just as on an actual acoustic piano. Which means that you can pound out thunderous low notes with your left hand and let the fingers on your right dance and fly on the high notes. Add to that the inimitable feel of real-wood white keys with synthetic ivory keytops, and you've got a keyboard that begs to be played.

Professional controller features let you do it all

Yamaha knows what you need in a professional stage piano, and that includes being able to use it as a full-fledged MIDI controller. (When you have access to a superb keybed like the one in the CP4 Stage, you'll likely want to use it for everything.) That's why, in addition to USB and traditional MIDI, the CP4 provides a full compliment of controller features, including pitch and mod wheels and two CC pedal inputs, so you can control your software or hardware synths with the expression to ignite passionate performances. The CP4 Stage also comes with the FC3 foot pedal, which supports half-damper techniques and lush soundboard resonance.

Yamaha CP4 Stage Piano Features:
  • 45 Premium Grand pianos including the CFX, CFIII and the S6
  • 47 Vintage electric pianos (tine, reed, DX and original CP80)
  • 341 Voices including Basses, Clavs, Organs, Strings and Pads based on our flagship Motif
  • 62 Virtual Circuit Modeling effects, Reverb, Chorus, Master 5 band EQ and Compressor
  • Easy Splits and Layers with large lighted buttons
  • 88-note Graded Hammer Wooden Key Action with Synthetic Ivory tops
  • Slim, elegant lightweight (38.5 lbs.) design for portability
  • FC3 foot pedal for half damper and soundboard resonance included
  • MIDI I/O; USB (to host, to device)
The Yamaha CP4 Stage Piano - this is as good as it gets!

Tech Specs

Number of Keys 88
Type of Keys Natural Wood Graded Hammer
Other Controllers Pitchbend, Mod Wheel
Presets 433
Polyphony 128 Notes
Effects Yes
Audio Inputs 1 x Stereo Mini Jack
Audio Outputs 2 x XLR, 2 x TS, 1 x TRS (Headphones)
Pedal Inputs 1 x Sustain, 2 x Controller
Height 6.34"
Width 52.44"
Depth 13.86"
Weight 38.58 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number CP4

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Thought I would would echo a few other positive CP4 reviews/ Ive been keyboardist and pianist gigging and recording for a long time and looking for a decent stage piano for about a year with a high focus on piano and less on other voices. I have other gear for a variety of other applications and sounds if needed. With my focus on piano I liked the Yamaha CP4 from the start but still tried just about every other stage piano in that class from the usual manufactures, Rolands, Kawai, Nord, Kurzweill over the past 12 months. I like a lot of those mentioned for various reasons such as past experience, especially Roland. Again, could not stop going back to CP4. Something special and genuine about the CP4's touch and sound that just seems unmatched by the others that kept bring me back in. I would say that the CFX piano and the realistic action on the keyboard is about as an authentic playing experience that is so close to an actual acoustic piano. I bought it about a few weeks ago and absolutely love this well built, well crafted, powerful stage piano. Im amazed what it can now that spent approximately 50 hours over past three weeks learning everything it has to offer. Time well spent on this wonderful instrument. I highly recommend, but try to play and compare if you have the resources to truly appreciate the CP4.

CP4! Finally, a minimalist's dream come true!

Im a professional musician for most of my adult life (pro meaning it's made me a living.) Now that I am older, Im at the point where I play small clubs and venues either solo or with a trio. I have been using Nord Piano and Kurzweil in the past as I am mostly pleased with the sound and simplicity. I was in the market to replace my NP88 as it was getting old and a bit unreliable. This time around I wanted three things. Great action, great piano sound, and simplicity. Turn it on and start playing with simply onboard edit functions. Nothing fancy but high end professional grade. Not an easy task. Once you get to the high end the features are almost overkill for a guy that just wants a great simple stage piano. My budget was around $2500-3k and was able to try many stage pianos in that price range. The best action and simplicity goes to the MP11 hands down but WAY too heavy for my situation. Next was MP7. Very nice but I could not warm up to it. Plus the screen was flickering which did not help when trying to navigate. As nice as Kawai pianos "look" I really don't trust their quality. Next was RD800, excellent action and piano sound, but way to complex for my needs. to much to work for a plug and play guy. But I can see why it's a very popular do- it- all gig board. Very compact and solid also very long. Next up was NP2, of course I like it but still not a huge fan of the action. Plus its at the top of my price range. Not worth it this time around. Last one was the Artis. Great price and excellent piano sound but action was worse than my Nord. Thats a shame. Last but not least ---theCP4! I felt like Goldilocks "this one's was just right". Maybe not the best of the bunch technically but very light, out-of-the-box simplicity , surprisingly great action and piano sound. The sound is much more "forgiving" than my Nord. Sounds excellent without effort when amped. and best of all it's an absolute steal for under $2,000. The CP4 has it all for my needs and piano sound exceeds my expectation. From a minimalist's point of view the CP4 is the ideal stage piano. If you are guy that wants all the bells and whistle just look under the hood of the CP4 it's anything but minimalistic. You just might find what you are looking for. But for me i dont need to know whats under the hood to enjoy cruising. Hat's off to Yamaha for finding a niche for for simplicity on the surface and highly advanced engine on the inside that would be acceptable even for most demanding keyboardists.
Music background: solo and trio pianist. occasional session musician

Great Keys

Outrageous Key Board. great feel and great sounds. Easy to layer sounds and easy adjusting the master EQ Highly recommend this piano, good job yamaha.

Great gigging board

This purchase is the result of me looking for 88 keys, excellent action, light weight, lots of controllers and that's it. I was originally intending to (and may still do so) use this as a controller for Mainstage. I went through the stores and played everything silent till I found what felt great. The CP4 was it. Then I looked at all the controller input. Pitch, mod, 2 switch pedals, 2 continuous pedals...hmmm. Not bad. Ok. On comes the volume on my AKG headphones. What the heck. Might as well see what it's got. WOW. That's a piano. Brain to hand to sound connection is it for me. Thank you Yamaha. The EP's are krazy good to. They weighted the response just like my Suitcase Rhodes. Not Sure how they did it but cool. And the bark is not an on or off thing. It really digs in to get it just like the real deal. Smooth bloom on the tine sustain. Nice. The bell is there like you expect. I also occasionally play left hand bass. Lets go there and see. Yep. Sounds like a bass guitar through an amp. I'm stoked. Used it on the first couple of gigs and it really fills that spot of having the exact right sound for my needs. Strings are there without feeling like they are going to get out of control. The Wurlie has that Ray Charles vibe that says "Uhuh. Old School" And it doesn't weigh just that too much like you are going to break something when you spin around into it. I can pick it up and flip it straight up no problem My only gripe at this point is a case. I deducted half a star. It's not Yamaha's fault. And I have the same problem with my Kronos 73. Somebody make a real case that fit's and doesn't weigh more than the keyboard or is the size of a couch. Please!! And finally if I could add more like 5.5 stars and make it 10 it would be customer service. I had a problem with the first one. Left a message for my sales rep that night. Got a call from my sales rep (Thank you Paul) the next morning and emails from tech support and service managers telling me all would be taken care. The new one shipped right away. All costs taken care off. Awesome. Thank you Sweetwater!!
Music background: Pro Musician

extremely pleased, wonderful sound!

very pleased with the sound quality and the weight is manageable for me to lift in and out of the case for set up.
Music background: Musician
See also: Electric Pianos, Yamaha, Yamaha Digital Pianos