Yamaha PSR-E373 Portable Keyboard
Versatile functions and an expressive touch-sensitive keyboard action make the Yamaha PSR-E373 keyboard the go-to instrument for beginning players.
- 622 high quality Voices with improved sampling
- Touch-sensitive keyboard with 48-note polyphony
- Brand new DSP effects and 11 Super Articulation Lite Voices
- 205 auto accompaniment Styles
- 26 Harmony types
- 150 Arpeggio types
- “Keys to Success” with other lesson functions
- Duo mode
- Easy Song Book available for download
- USB TO HOST allowing two-way MIDI and digital audio transfer
- Melody Suppressor for both analog and digital audio input
Touch-sensitive keyboard for superb dynamic range, just like a piano
A comprehensive library of 622 high quality voices, including pianos, guitars, drums and orchestral instruments
Yamaha’s ‘Keys to Success’ Lesson Function helps beginners learn to play songs
“Keys to Success” is based on teaching techniques shared with Yamaha over many years. You can select just the key phrases of the Song and practice them one by one. So, you can easily work on the ones you like most or need to practice. This lesson is ideal for beginning players because each Song consists of several steps. Each time you play all the way through the current step, your performance will be evaluated.
Connect to a Smart Device and expand your keyboard with software and apps
Connect your music player, turn the melody down with Melody Suppressor, and jam along with the music!
Play with a partner
When the Duo mode is activated, two different players can play the instrument simultaneously, with the same sound, over the same octave range—one person on the left and the other on the right. This is useful for learning applications for example, in which a teacher plays a model performance and a student practices while sitting next to the teacher.
150 different arpeggio types provide remarkable expressive power
Play back cool arpeggios automatically by simply playing the appropriate notes on the keyboard! For example, you could play the notes of a triad—the root, third, and fifth—and the arpeggio function will automatically create a variety of interesting phrases. This feature can be used creatively in music production as well as performance.