Yamaha PSR-S770 61-key Arranger Workstation

61-key Arranger Keyboard with 1346 Voices, 360 Styles, 7" Widescreen Color Display, Effects, Microphone and Guitar Input, and 160MB Memory for Expansion Packs
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This Arranger Is Perfect for Live and Studio Work

What do you look for in an arranger keyboard? Is it the sounds or the accompaniment styles, the way it handles live, or the easy way it lets you sit down and write music? If you go with this Yamaha PSR-S770, you get it all. Packed with over 1,300 amazing voices and 360 exciting Accompaniment Styles (including new DJ Styles), getting full and compelling sound out of this keyboard is as easy as putting your fingers to the keys. Phrase arpeggiation and effects let you get even more out of your sounds, and hands-on controls including a pair of assignable encoders and Multi Pads let you add dynamic elements to your live performances. Top it off with onboard recording and sequencing, input options for guitars and microphones, and a full-color 7" LCD that makes navigation a breeze, and you can start to see just how flexible the Yamaha PSR-S770 arranger keyboard can be.

Yamaha PRS-S770 Arranger Keyboard at a Glance:
  • Choose from a massive library of production-quality sounds
  • Accompaniment Styles fill out your music as you play
  • All the controls you need for performing and songwriting
Choose from a massive library of production-quality sounds

Borrowing from the Tyros series and many other successful forerunners, the Yamaha PSR-S770 offers you an expansive collection of amazing sounds you can use to play music of all different genres. In total, we're talking about 1,346 unique voices, ranging from bread-and-butter DX sounds to the Super Articulation Voices we've been impressed with ever since Yamaha first came to Sweetwater to show them off. Powerful onboard effects, including Master Compressor and Master EQ let you get even more milage out of your sounds, and if you need more Voices or Styles from around the world, 160MB of onboard memory provides plenty of space for expansions. You can even combine packs to create you own expansions with Yamaha's Expansion Manager software!

Accompaniment Styles fill out your music as you play

If you've never had the pleasure of sitting down at one of Yamaha's arranger keyboard, then you're in for a real treat the first time you get your hands on your PSR-S770. Just call up one of the 360 onboard Accompaniment Styles and prepare to be blown away. As soon as you start playing, a professional band jumps in, filling in all the extra parts (bass, rhythm, accents, etc) around the notes you play. There are several ways Accompaniment Styles work, allowing you to trigger key changes, add in fills, and preform in many different ways, but they're all amazing. There are also exciting new DJ Styles, which let you free up a hand for the function-assignable Live Controls and Multi Pads onboard the PSR-S770, allowing you to create compelling and dynamic electronic music on the fly. And thanks to a unique phrase arpeggiator, you can easily lay down melody lines and rhythmical element al well.

All the controls you need for performing and songwriting

When you check out the PSR-S770's array of controls, starting with pitch and mod wheels and spanning to footswitches, assignable Live Controls, and Multi Pads that let you trigger samples, it couldn't be clearer that this keyboard was built with real-time performance in mind. Yamaha even includes a highly detailed 7" color LCD, which can do everything from display musical notation to provide critical instrument information at a glance - no more squinting at small readouts! And if you sing or perform with a guitarist, there are even more performance options onboard the PSR-S770, including special vocal and guitar effects to enhance your sound. Tie all of that together with a 16-track sequencer, audio recording capabilities, and karaoke-style music playback, and you have an arranger that's perfect for songwriting and live performance.

Yamaha PRS-S770 Arranger Keyboard Features:
  • A 61-key arranger keyboard that's perfect for live performance and studio songwriting
  • 1,346 voices and 360 Accompaniment Styles make finding the ideal sound and backing tracks painless
  • Includes 67 Super Articulation!, 23 Mega Voices, 27 Sweet! Voices, 64 Cool! Voices, 71 Live! Voices, 20 Organ Flutes!
  • Accompaniment Styles include many popular musical genres plus all-new DJ Styles for live electronic music performance
  • Expand your sound and style library with 160MB memory for Voice and Style Expansion Packs
  • Enhance your sounds with hundreds of effects options, including master compression and EQ
  • Easy-to-use user interface includes a 7" widescreen color display, Multi Pad triggers, and assignable Live Controller knobs
  • Microphone and guitar input let you fill out your music with vocals or other accompaniment
  • Audio recording and 16-track sequencer onboard let you write music whenever inspiration strikes
  • Built-in stereo sound system lets you play without headphones or an external monitor
Create, perform, and record your music with a Yamaha PRS-S770 arranger keyboard!

Tech Specs

Number of Keys 61
Polyphony 128
Number of Effects 6
Effects Types Reverb, Chorus, Arpeggio, Master Compressor, Master EQ, Guitar Dynamics
Sequencer 16-track
Audio Inputs 1 x 1/8" Aux, 1 x 1/4'' Instrument/Mic
Audio Outputs 2 x 1/4'' Left/Right, 1 x 1/4" Headphones
USB 1 x Type A, 1 x Type B
MIDI I/O In/Out/USB
Pedal Inputs 1 x Sustain, 2 x Articulation
Built-in Speakers Yes
Height 5.25''
Width 39.5''
Depth 16.15''
Weight 17.86 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number PSRS770

Customer Reviews

4.5/5
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5/5

Great Keyboard

This is by far a great buy Thanks to the guys at Sweetwater that take there time to help you. I got this keyboard after going though a lot of Youtube videos. In my years of playing keyboards in church I have had tons of keyboards over the years but lately I wanted something a bit different I went with Sweetwater because of there great service, there in house 2 year warranty is piece of mind and I got the demo of this keyboard packed like a tank ,at a great price I could not let this one go I am happy with my purchase and it was better than I thought, If you are looking for something that has a backing band and the good thing on these Yamaha is that there are tons of styles you can download online and that was one of the things I liked about this board so you can find something just about for any type of music..
5/5

Wow Review of the PSR S770

Dustin at Sweetwater helped me get my keyboard in excellent time.I had had a PSR S710 previously but am blown away with the quality, precision fit, and performance characteristics of the S770. This is much improved and just a beautiful replacement for me. Just about everything had been redesigned and majorly improved. I've been working to familiarise myself with the keyboard for Sunday services tomorrow, and am genuinely excited over how this wonderful keyboard will bless the people at Church. I've been playing for over 35 years now and am thoroughly excited. Features are ,easily accessible, and the sound characteristics are phenomenal. I'm also glad for other things, the two year warrantee and access to tech support are also real pluses. I have absolutely no negatives about the whole deal.
Music background: I play for worship services and in senior centers, etc.. I consider myself to be semi-pro'
5/5

Great Arranger

many more cool features than expected, great 7" screen to easily see everything you need to. Loved the DJ functions...took a little time to figure each live controller function out but it adds to the awesomeness. Tons of fun to make music
4/5

Good overall arranger

This arranger is really good for those who wish to produce there own musical ideas but as far as your songs being a finished polished project with all the accompaniment parts sounding great together not as good as I'd like it to be. Building your own styles are pretty easy but like any arranger you get out what you put into it. The drum styles are definitely one of the better features on this keyboard with virtually any style you can think of with great live sound with 4 variations and fills. I use it to play live with a trio and it sounds great and the drummer always shows up on time with no ego... The keyboard pad it self is stiff and hard, the touch response has a lot to be desired. My Yamaha MX-61 has better touch response than this board even with the somewhat flimsy synth keys. Overall a good keyboard, I really like it but I'm not in love with it. I would definitely recommend for your first arranger tons of great features for the $$$. 4 stars based on touch response and the travel distance and weight of keys just wish it felt more natural, Yamaha has been using this key pad since before there S series keyboard were introduced like over ten years ago.
Music background: player for over 40 years
4/5

Yamaha psr 770 vs korg pa 600

First of all just want say that Andy at Sweetwater was great. Helped me with making my decision on my purchase a lot easier. I wanted to purchase my first arranger keyboard. I had two in mind but my local music store had neither. I talked with Andy at Sweetwater and asked about the Yamaha psr 770 and the korg pa 600. He said that both were good keyboards but suggested that try them both. I agreed to buy both and try them for a few weeks a return one. This allowed me to try both at the same time. This was a great way to have hands on each. I liked the design of the psr better. The sound was real good on both coming from my PA system. From each keyboard both still good with the psr alittle louder. Voices were ok on the korg but better on the Yamaha. Styles I thought were better on the psr. The pa 600 seemed to have a lot of repetitive styles with slight differences. Which might be better for someone with more experience. But for me it just seemed like the same style with a different voice. I also found the touch screen alittle harder to use. The psr has one button for a style category and another button for a different style in that category. Pretty simple. I found myself jumping around a lot on the korg. I sent the korg back. I like simple.
Music background: Hobbiest
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