It’s hard to believe that Yamaha can offer this much piano at so low a price. The P-85 houses Yamaha’s Graded Hammer Standard full-weight 88 key action in a compact, 25 lb unit. 64-voice polyphony handles even the most complex pedaled passages. A sustain pedal is included. Options include a home-style L-85 stand, and the LP-5 three-pedal unit (requires the stand) for separate Sustain, Sostenuto and Soft pedals.
Ultra-compact, Stylish Design
The attractive, slim, lightweight design of the instrument—less than 25 lbs—suits virtually any room decor, while the built-in speaker system fills your room with luscious sound.
Extensive Voice Selection and Dual Voice Function
The versatile P-85 also gives you a variety of other high-quality instrument Voices, including electric pianos, organs, strings and harpsichord—plus a Dual Voice feature for playing two Voices at once.
Record Your Performance
You can capture your own playing with the song recording feature, then play it back for studying or accompaniment. There's even a built-in metronome for practicing and recording in perfect time.
Expressive Half-pedal Control
Features a half-pedal effect that gives you greater acoustic-like expressive control over the sound (with optional FC3 Foot Controller or LP-5 Pedal Unit).
Matching Stand (optional)
The optional L-85 & L-85S stands provide stability and optimum sound projection for the instrument -- as well as a stylish appearance with matching finish.
Three-pedal Pedal Unit (optional)
The optional LP-5 Pedal Unit gives you three pedals for the same kind of comprehensive sustain, sostenuto and soft control found on grand pianos.
Exceptionally High-quality Sound
The gorgeous piano sounds of the P-85 feature meticulous digital sampling of a full concert grand piano—that change in tone and volume depending on how you play—thanks to Yamaha's sophisticated AWM Stereo Sampling.
Realistic, Acoustic-like Touch Response
Enjoy Authentic, naturally expressive key touch—modeled after an actual acoustic piano, from the low notes to the high—with the Graded Hammer Standard (GHS) keyboard.