So, if you want a keyboard that you can play with the same technique/touch you would use on a synth (which is not exactly the same used on an acoustic piano), shouldn't you be looking instead for a semi-weighted or synth-action keyboard instead of digital piano with hammer action?
Well, my intention was to play piano music on it, not synth. So I don't pick a Synth.
Yes, I believe Yamaha Europe is based in Germany, so I expect this is where all spare parts (for European dealers) are shipped from.
Sounds good for me. However, a friend of mine told me with the problems he had with Yamaha Equipment.
He bought a pretty expensive amplifier in the 80s.... Which broke some years after. Then he replaced it with yet another Yamaha - and it wasn't able to drive the speakers properly, he said. I believe both amplifiers were of the upper tier (4000 EUR at min)
I'm not sure what I should think about it...
Yes, the P-515 is pretty good, however, I'm not sure If I could get used to the difference betweeen the black and white keys. Sometimes I feel like that the white keys made of wood have an entirely different feeling in play, compared to the black ones. Was there a reason to not use wood on both, or plastic on both? It did kinda irritate me.
But the P-515 has a pretty good feeling of the keys, I can play repetitive, fast stuff pretty good.