Yamaha P-125 White

Color:
White
666,-
Temporarily sold out
666,-
Temporarily sold out


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Product information

Key specs

Aantal toetsen
88
Maximale polyfonie
192
MIDI-uitgang
No
Metronoom
Yes
Geluidseffecten
EQ, Reverb

Pros and cons

According to our Digital piano expert
  • Pros:
    Thanks to the keys featuring a weighted hammer mechanism, the digital piano feels like a true piano.
  • Pros:
    With the included sustain pedal, you can lengthen the keystrokes with your feet.
  • Pros:
    Thanks to the integrated speakers, the sound comes directly from the piano.
  • Con:
    The piano is delivered without a frame.
  • Con:
    To use the Smart Pianist app, you must take out a subscription.
Product Expert digital pianos

Use the Yamaha P-125 to take your piano skills to the next level. This digital piano is equipped with keys that feature a weighted hammer mechanism. Thanks to the weighted hammer mechanism, the keys feel similar to those of an acoustic piano. This allows you to truly play the piano and feel it. Practice your foot pedal work with the included foot pedal. You can lengthen keystrokes with your foot and give yourself time to play another key. The speakers distribute the sound both under and above the piano. This means you can fill a room with rich piano tones. Turn on the table eq when you place the piano on the table. In this case, the piano adjusts the sound so the table won't influence the sound of the piano.


Included by default

  • power cable
  • Sheet music standard
  • Pedals (3x)

Key specs

Aantal toetsen
88
Maximale polyfonie
192
MIDI-uitgang
No
Metronoom
Yes
Geluidseffecten
EQ, Reverb

Included by default

  • power cable
  • Sheet music standard
  • Pedals (3x)

Rating

Rating per section

Sound quality
Review score 5 out of 5 stars
10
User friendliness
Review score 4.5 out of 5 stars
9
Price-quality ratio
Review score 4.5 out of 5 stars
9
Music options
Review score 5 out of 5 stars
10
Design
Review score 4.5 out of 5 stars
9

Most helpful reviews

Most helpful reviews

Review score 5 out of 5 stars
5 / 5 stars
10/10
"A great digital piano for the modern age with great app"

Arwin van Arum | 14 September 2019 | Color: White

  • Pros:
    Great sounds
  • Pros:
    Great app
  • Pros:
    Great value for money
  • Pros:
    Good speakers
  • Pros:
    Additional pedals supported
  • Con:
    1st gen weighted keys

This is a great digital piano for the modern era. Coming from a smaller ‘portable grand’ this has full size weighted keys with a full 88 key layout. The quality of the piano sound is very good, with both the basses having a serious oomph (biggest difference with the portable grand), and and high notes also sounding very crisp. It can sound a tad compressed in the middle especially when comparing to a good real piano, but hey, it already beats some low end real pianos. For this price point I think it is still very good (and always in tune unlike that real piano ;)) . Comparing it to obvious digital competition like Roland, I think it sounds more like a piano than like a digital piano, is probably the best way I can describe it and why I liked the Yamaha better.

The other sounds on the keyboard are all pretty excellent too. It isn’t a huge range, the focus is still on being a digital piano, but you’ve got a decent set of (4) variations for each of the sound groups that all sound great and give you almost everything you’d need on stage. Sound groups are piano, electronic piano, organ, clav, strings and bass. A special shout-out to an excellent choir sound in the strings group.

You can do all the obvious things you can think of with this piano such as splitting, layering, or even set up two pianos for teaching purposes (where dual headphones are a nice touch too) or playing stuff for two pianos on this one piano. It also comes with a good rhythm and automatic bass accompaniment that I wouldn’t have expected on a digital piano per se but is still very useful - though here I would then have liked a quiet and busy mode for the drum section so you can build up a song with it, but hey I didn’t expect his to be here at all, and the quality of the drums is otherwise very good.

And then the best part for me and what made this piano a no brainer vs the competition - how well it works with an iPad or iPhone. If you get yourself a camera cable (I recommend the one that also extends the original lightning port) you can then hookup this piano to your iPad and use the great App that Yamaha provides as well as Apples more than excellent and practically free Garageband and take everything to a whole new level. Yamaha’s own app already goes above and beyond by not only providing a nice UI for everything you can do on the piano, but adds features like saving multiple configurations, recording both midi and digital data, and even automatically writing out your songs to sheet music.

And what makes the interaction with Garageband so great is not only complete support for both midi and direct digital audio in, but your piano will also function as speakers for your iPad or iPhone, so that you can hear everything you do in Garageband on your pianos very decent stereo speakers. All the digital instruments garageband provides, all the great multitrack recording and editing features, it is just like your iPad supercharged your digital piano. Heck you can even use it for getting great audio to your Netflix or Spotify etc.

It goes to far to go into every detail of what you can do with this piano, but in summary, I am very, very happy with it and highly recommend it. The only reason to check out the competition is when you really only want a digital piano and nothing else and you only care for as much a piano like key press as possible, then there are alternatives with a more realistic piano key action.

Review score 4.5 out of 5 stars
4.5 / 5 stars
8,8/10
"A digital piano well suited for playing at home or venues."

Pascal | 20 January 2020 | Color: Black

  • Pros:
    User friendliness: As user friendly as "a digital piano without graphical user interface" gets. Everything is explained in a manual which is nice.
  • Pros:
    Doesn't take much space

As an experienced musician ( > 15 years) and a starter at playing the piano I felt the need to buy an instrument which lasts before I'd need an upgrade. Since I'm just going to use it at home, I'll probably never require to upgrade to a higher class digital piano.

A great digital piano for the modern age with great app

Review score 5 out of 5 stars
5 / 5 stars
10
  • Pros:
    Great sounds
  • Pros:
    Great app
  • Pros:
    Great value for money
  • Pros:
    Good speakers
  • Pros:
    Additional pedals supported
  • Con:
    1st gen weighted keys

This is a great digital piano for the modern era. Coming from a smaller ‘portable grand’ this has full size weighted keys with a full 88 key layout. The quality of the piano sound is very good, with both the basses having a serious oomph (biggest difference with the portable grand), and and high notes also sounding very crisp. It can sound a tad compressed in the middle especially when comparing to a good real piano, but hey, it already beats some low end real pianos. For this price point I think it is still very good (and always in tune unlike that real piano ;)) . Comparing it to obvious digital competition like Roland, I think it sounds more like a piano than like a digital piano, is probably the best way I can describe it and why I liked the Yamaha better.

The other sounds on the keyboard are all pretty excellent too. It isn’t a huge range, the focus is still on being a digital piano, but you’ve got a decent set of (4) variations for each of the sound groups that all sound great and give you almost everything you’d need on stage. Sound groups are piano, electronic piano, organ, clav, strings and bass. A special shout-out to an excellent choir sound in the strings group.

You can do all the obvious things you can think of with this piano such as splitting, layering, or even set up two pianos for teaching purposes (where dual headphones are a nice touch too) or playing stuff for two pianos on this one piano. It also comes with a good rhythm and automatic bass accompaniment that I wouldn’t have expected on a digital piano per se but is still very useful - though here I would then have liked a quiet and busy mode for the drum section so you can build up a song with it, but hey I didn’t expect his to be here at all, and the quality of the drums is otherwise very good.

And then the best part for me and what made this piano a no brainer vs the competition - how well it works with an iPad or iPhone. If you get yourself a camera cable (I recommend the one that also extends the original lightning port) you can then hookup this piano to your iPad and use the great App that Yamaha provides as well as Apples more than excellent and practically free Garageband and take everything to a whole new level. Yamaha’s own app already goes above and beyond by not only providing a nice UI for everything you can do on the piano, but adds features like saving multiple configurations, recording both midi and digital data, and even automatically writing out your songs to sheet music.

And what makes the interaction with Garageband so great is not only complete support for both midi and direct digital audio in, but your piano will also function as speakers for your iPad or iPhone, so that you can hear everything you do in Garageband on your pianos very decent stereo speakers. All the digital instruments garageband provides, all the great multitrack recording and editing features, it is just like your iPad supercharged your digital piano. Heck you can even use it for getting great audio to your Netflix or Spotify etc.

It goes to far to go into every detail of what you can do with this piano, but in summary, I am very, very happy with it and highly recommend it. The only reason to check out the competition is when you really only want a digital piano and nothing else and you only care for as much a piano like key press as possible, then there are alternatives with a more realistic piano key action.

Arwin van Arum | 14 September 2019 | Color: White

A digital piano well suited for playing at home or venues.

Review score 4.5 out of 5 stars
4.5 / 5 stars
8,8
  • Pros:
    User friendliness: As user friendly as "a digital piano without graphical user interface" gets. Everything is explained in a manual which is nice.
  • Pros:
    Doesn't take much space

As an experienced musician ( > 15 years) and a starter at playing the piano I felt the need to buy an instrument which lasts before I'd need an upgrade. Since I'm just going to use it at home, I'll probably never require to upgrade to a higher class digital piano.

Pascal | 20 January 2020 | Color: Black

Most helpful reviews

Most helpful reviews

Review score 5 out of 5 stars
5 / 5 stars
10/10
"A great digital piano for the modern age with great app"

Arwin van Arum | 14 September 2019 | Color: White

  • Pros:
    Great sounds
  • Pros:
    Great app
  • Pros:
    Great value for money
  • Pros:
    Good speakers
  • Pros:
    Additional pedals supported
  • Con:
    1st gen weighted keys

This is a great digital piano for the modern era. Coming from a smaller ‘portable grand’ this has full size weighted keys with a full 88 key layout. The quality of the piano sound is very good, with both the basses having a serious oomph (biggest difference with the portable grand), and and high notes also sounding very crisp. It can sound a tad compressed in the middle especially when comparing to a good real piano, but hey, it already beats some low end real pianos. For this price point I think it is still very good (and always in tune unlike that real piano ;)) . Comparing it to obvious digital competition like Roland, I think it sounds more like a piano than like a digital piano, is probably the best way I can describe it and why I liked the Yamaha better.

The other sounds on the keyboard are all pretty excellent too. It isn’t a huge range, the focus is still on being a digital piano, but you’ve got a decent set of (4) variations for each of the sound groups that all sound great and give you almost everything you’d need on stage. Sound groups are piano, electronic piano, organ, clav, strings and bass. A special shout-out to an excellent choir sound in the strings group.

You can do all the obvious things you can think of with this piano such as splitting, layering, or even set up two pianos for teaching purposes (where dual headphones are a nice touch too) or playing stuff for two pianos on this one piano. It also comes with a good rhythm and automatic bass accompaniment that I wouldn’t have expected on a digital piano per se but is still very useful - though here I would then have liked a quiet and busy mode for the drum section so you can build up a song with it, but hey I didn’t expect his to be here at all, and the quality of the drums is otherwise very good.

And then the best part for me and what made this piano a no brainer vs the competition - how well it works with an iPad or iPhone. If you get yourself a camera cable (I recommend the one that also extends the original lightning port) you can then hookup this piano to your iPad and use the great App that Yamaha provides as well as Apples more than excellent and practically free Garageband and take everything to a whole new level. Yamaha’s own app already goes above and beyond by not only providing a nice UI for everything you can do on the piano, but adds features like saving multiple configurations, recording both midi and digital data, and even automatically writing out your songs to sheet music.

And what makes the interaction with Garageband so great is not only complete support for both midi and direct digital audio in, but your piano will also function as speakers for your iPad or iPhone, so that you can hear everything you do in Garageband on your pianos very decent stereo speakers. All the digital instruments garageband provides, all the great multitrack recording and editing features, it is just like your iPad supercharged your digital piano. Heck you can even use it for getting great audio to your Netflix or Spotify etc.

It goes to far to go into every detail of what you can do with this piano, but in summary, I am very, very happy with it and highly recommend it. The only reason to check out the competition is when you really only want a digital piano and nothing else and you only care for as much a piano like key press as possible, then there are alternatives with a more realistic piano key action.

Review score 4.5 out of 5 stars
4.5 / 5 stars
8,8/10
"A digital piano well suited for playing at home or venues."

Pascal | 20 January 2020 | Color: Black

  • Pros:
    User friendliness: As user friendly as "a digital piano without graphical user interface" gets. Everything is explained in a manual which is nice.
  • Pros:
    Doesn't take much space

As an experienced musician ( > 15 years) and a starter at playing the piano I felt the need to buy an instrument which lasts before I'd need an upgrade. Since I'm just going to use it at home, I'll probably never require to upgrade to a higher class digital piano.

A great digital piano for the modern age with great app

Review score 5 out of 5 stars
5 / 5 stars
10
  • Pros:
    Great sounds
  • Pros:
    Great app
  • Pros:
    Great value for money
  • Pros:
    Good speakers
  • Pros:
    Additional pedals supported
  • Con:
    1st gen weighted keys

This is a great digital piano for the modern era. Coming from a smaller ‘portable grand’ this has full size weighted keys with a full 88 key layout. The quality of the piano sound is very good, with both the basses having a serious oomph (biggest difference with the portable grand), and and high notes also sounding very crisp. It can sound a tad compressed in the middle especially when comparing to a good real piano, but hey, it already beats some low end real pianos. For this price point I think it is still very good (and always in tune unlike that real piano ;)) . Comparing it to obvious digital competition like Roland, I think it sounds more like a piano than like a digital piano, is probably the best way I can describe it and why I liked the Yamaha better.

The other sounds on the keyboard are all pretty excellent too. It isn’t a huge range, the focus is still on being a digital piano, but you’ve got a decent set of (4) variations for each of the sound groups that all sound great and give you almost everything you’d need on stage. Sound groups are piano, electronic piano, organ, clav, strings and bass. A special shout-out to an excellent choir sound in the strings group.

You can do all the obvious things you can think of with this piano such as splitting, layering, or even set up two pianos for teaching purposes (where dual headphones are a nice touch too) or playing stuff for two pianos on this one piano. It also comes with a good rhythm and automatic bass accompaniment that I wouldn’t have expected on a digital piano per se but is still very useful - though here I would then have liked a quiet and busy mode for the drum section so you can build up a song with it, but hey I didn’t expect his to be here at all, and the quality of the drums is otherwise very good.

And then the best part for me and what made this piano a no brainer vs the competition - how well it works with an iPad or iPhone. If you get yourself a camera cable (I recommend the one that also extends the original lightning port) you can then hookup this piano to your iPad and use the great App that Yamaha provides as well as Apples more than excellent and practically free Garageband and take everything to a whole new level. Yamaha’s own app already goes above and beyond by not only providing a nice UI for everything you can do on the piano, but adds features like saving multiple configurations, recording both midi and digital data, and even automatically writing out your songs to sheet music.

And what makes the interaction with Garageband so great is not only complete support for both midi and direct digital audio in, but your piano will also function as speakers for your iPad or iPhone, so that you can hear everything you do in Garageband on your pianos very decent stereo speakers. All the digital instruments garageband provides, all the great multitrack recording and editing features, it is just like your iPad supercharged your digital piano. Heck you can even use it for getting great audio to your Netflix or Spotify etc.

It goes to far to go into every detail of what you can do with this piano, but in summary, I am very, very happy with it and highly recommend it. The only reason to check out the competition is when you really only want a digital piano and nothing else and you only care for as much a piano like key press as possible, then there are alternatives with a more realistic piano key action.

Arwin van Arum | 14 September 2019 | Color: White

A digital piano well suited for playing at home or venues.

Review score 4.5 out of 5 stars
4.5 / 5 stars
8,8
  • Pros:
    User friendliness: As user friendly as "a digital piano without graphical user interface" gets. Everything is explained in a manual which is nice.
  • Pros:
    Doesn't take much space

As an experienced musician ( > 15 years) and a starter at playing the piano I felt the need to buy an instrument which lasts before I'd need an upgrade. Since I'm just going to use it at home, I'll probably never require to upgrade to a higher class digital piano.

Pascal | 20 January 2020 | Color: Black

Specifications

Product

Product number
815876
Manufacturer code
P-125WH
Brand
Yamaha
Warranty
2 years
Warranty type
Carry-in warranty
Oude apparaat gratis retour
Yes

Physical properties

Depth
29,5 cm
Width
132,6 cm
Height
16,6 cm
Weight
11,8 kg
Material
Plastic

Keys

Aantal toetsen
88
Gewogen toetsen
No
Hamermechaniek
Yes
Full-size toetsen
Yes
Maximale polyfonie
192
Octaafknoppen
Yes

Properties

Aantal preset tonen
24
Aantal preset ritmes
20
Geluidseffecten
EQ, Reverb
Timbre (klankkleur)
Multitimbraal
Lesmodule
No

Audio connectors

Headphone jack
Yes
Number of headphone jacks
1
Type of headphone connection
[6.3mm jack]

MIDI connectors

MIDI-ingang
No
MIDI-uitgang
No
MIDI-doorvoer
No

Power supply

Power source
No

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