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Yamaha L121 Portable Piano Stand; Black Yamaha L121 Portable Piano Stand; Black
£122.00
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Yamaha L121 Piano Wooden Stand In Black The Yamaha L121 wooden keyboard stand is designed to work specifially with the P121 portable piano keyboard. The L125 attaches directly to the P121 with metal screws, but can be easily removed if you wish to take the keyboard out on the road or just into a different area of your home. This wooden stand does not increase the footprint of the P121 keyboard and is a popular way to enhance the image of your P121 piano when in the home. This stand is very popular for use in student accommodation or a child's bedroom. Also see the LP1 triple pedal unit which completes your Yamaha P121 piano setup!
Yamaha L121 Portable Piano Stand; White Yamaha L121 Portable Piano Stand; White
£122.00
In Stock
Yamaha L121 White Piano Wooden Stand The Yamaha L121 wooden keyboard stand is designed to work specifially with the P121 portable piano keyboard. The L125 attaches directly to the P121 with metal screws, but can be easily removed if you wish to take the keyboard out on the road or just into a different area of your home. This wooden stand does not increase the footprint of the P121 keyboard and is a popular way to enhance the image of your P121 piano when in the home. This stand is very popular for use in student accommodation or a child's bedroom. Also see the LP1 triple pedal unit which completes your Yamaha P121 piano setup!
Yamaha L515 Portable Piano Stand; Black Yamaha L515 Portable Piano Stand; Black sale
£160.00
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The Yamaha L515 wooden keyboard stand is designed to work specifially with the P515 portable piano keyboard. The L515 attaches directly to the P515 with metal screws, but can be easily removed if you wish to take the keyboard out on the road or just into a different area of your home. This wooden stand does not increase the footprint of the P515 keyboard and is a popular way to enhance the image of your P515 piano when in the home. This stand is very popular for use in student accommodation or a child's bedroom. Also see the LP1 triple pedal unit which completes your Yamaha P515 piano setup!
Yamaha L515 Portable Piano Stand; White Yamaha L515 Portable Piano Stand; White sale
£160.00
Available to order
The Yamaha L515 wooden keyboard stand is designed to work specifially with the P515 portable piano keyboard. The L515 attaches directly to the P515 with metal screws, but can be easily removed if you wish to take the keyboard out on the road or just into a different area of your home. This wooden stand does not increase the footprint of the P515 keyboard and is a popular way to enhance the image of your P515 piano when in the home. This stand is very popular for use in student accommodation or a child's bedroom. Also see the LP1 triple pedal unit which completes your Yamaha P515 piano setup!
Yamaha L85 Piano Stand Fits P35 P45 P105 & P115; Black Yamaha L85 Piano Stand Fits P35 P45 P105 & P115; Black sale
£125.00
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Yamaha L85 Black Wooden Stand Suitable for the following Yamaha portable pianos: P85 P95 P35 P105 Your Yamaha portable digital piano deserves a platform that puts in a perfect playing position — and complement's this great keyboard's looks. Don't settle for a run-of-the-mill stand! Now, you can play your portable piano in style, with Yamaha's L85 stand. Made to work perfectly with a range of Yamaha portable pianos, the L85 stand gives you what you need: a sturdy, stable base, great playing placement, and attractive looks that match the Yamaha portable piano range. This furniture-style stand is easy to set up and makes the portable piano keyboard suitable for display in any room. Don't put anything but the best under your keyboard!
Yamaha LP1 Pedal Unit For Portable Pianos; Black Yamaha LP1 Pedal Unit For Portable Pianos; Black sale
£77.00
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Yamaha LP1 Pedal Unit For Portable Pianos; Black This unit is designed for use with the Yamaha P121, P125 and P515 pianos when used in conjunction with the official Yamaha wooden stands (avaialble separately). You will also need to purchase the wooden stand, model L-121, L-125, or L-515 dependent upon your piano model. The combination of the pedal unit and wooden stand, along with the Yamaha portable piano keyboard offers the most authentic grand piano playing experience from a low cost instrument. Three Metal Pedals - Just Like An Acoustic Grand The LP1 provides three pedals which behave in the same way as an acoustic grand piano. The right pedal is known as the sustain pedal (also referred to as a "loud pedal" or damper pedal). The sustain pedal is the most commonly used pedal in modern piano playing. When the sustain pedal is pressed, all notes played will continue to sound until the tone naturally ceases, or until the pedal is released. The middle pedal is know as a sostenuto pedal. The function of a sostenuto pedal is similar to that of the right-hand pedal but it only sustains only notes which are depressed at the time the pedal is depressed. The far left pedal is the soft pedal (otherwise known as the una corda pedal). This pedal softens the note and also modifies its tone quality. The effect is very subtle but it results in a slightly duller sound.
Yamaha LP1 Pedal Unit For Portable Pianos; White Yamaha LP1 Pedal Unit For Portable Pianos; White sale
£77.00
In Stock
Yamaha LP1 Pedal Unit For Portable Pianos; White This unit is designed for use with the Yamaha P121, P125 and P515 pianos when used in conjunction with the official Yamaha wooden stands (avaialble separately). You will also need to purchase the wooden stand, model L-121, L-125, or L-515 dependent upon your piano model. The combination of the pedal unit and wooden stand, along with the Yamaha portable piano keyboard offers the most authentic grand piano playing experience from a low cost instrument. Three Metal Pedals - Just Like An Acoustic Grand The LP1 provides three pedals which behave in the same way as an acoustic grand piano. The right pedal is known as the sustain pedal (also referred to as a "loud pedal" or damper pedal). The sustain pedal is the most commonly used pedal in modern piano playing. When the sustain pedal is pressed, all notes played will continue to sound until the tone naturally ceases, or until the pedal is released. The middle pedal is know as a sostenuto pedal. The function of a sostenuto pedal is similar to that of the right-hand pedal but it only sustains only notes which are depressed at the time the pedal is depressed. The far left pedal is the soft pedal (otherwise known as the una corda pedal). This pedal softens the note and also modifies its tone quality. The effect is very subtle but it results in a slightly duller sound.

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