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Hello - I am learning some upper intermediate classical pieces on a Yamaha P105 electronic piano. The pieces have some challenging, fast trills that I'm having trouble with. Is the Yamaha P105 suitable for learning more advanced classical pieces? I'm not looking for "perfect" sound - just a reasonably accurate action that will work for learning purposes.

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I’ve noticed the limitations of my p105 fairly quickly, around the 12-18 months mark. It’s difficult to play up the keys and is incapable of fast notes or fine dynamic control. It’s a nice sturdy beginner board but no imo it’s not suitable for upper intermediate to advanced classic.

Mine has also developed a randomly 100% velocity note.

It was a fairly cheap board when new and is getting quite old now so not totally unexpected.

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