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Yamaha CLP635 vs CLP645 Clavinova digital piano comparison review

Chris is back and getting to grips with the new Yamaha Clavinova CLP600 series.
In the previous CLP500 series these models were probably the most popular because of the mix of premium features and reasonable price.

You can see his full comparison video review below.


So the Yamaha CLP635 and the CLP645 are two very good pianos and Yamaha continue to produce truly realistic digital instruments.

Hopefully this video will help you decide which one is best for you. But if you have any questions then please feel free to get in touch with us here at ePianos. You can even speak with Chris who features in the videos if like.

email: sales@epianos.co.uk
phone: 01295 266788

More videos coming soon.
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Yamaha Clavinova CLP625 vs CLP635 digital piano comparison

It's only been a few weeks since Yamaha have released the new CLP Clavonova 600 series digital pianos, and we've received them in the showroom and have been able to have a really good look.

The CLP625 compared to it's predecessor the CLP525 sounds like a totally different piano and includes the beautiful Bösendorfer Imperial grand piano which is so warm and smooth to play.

Chris has made a video showing the differences between the first to models; the CLP625 vs the CLP635. You can watch below and please remember you can leave any questions you may have in the comments section below.



If you'd like to try the pianos or know more why not come and visit our specialist showroom in Banbury, Oxfordshire. We are just off junction 11 of the M40 motorway and have the entire Clavinova range to test out. And if you're especially lucky you might even get a cup of tea.

There will be more videos coming soon including the next models up; the CLP635 vs CLP645.

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The Yamaha CLP525 vs the new CLP625- let's take a look at the changes 

CLP625

So the first model in the range is the CLP625, replacing the CLP525 this model now provides a much bigger jump up from the next model down in the Arius series, the YDP163.




The first thing to talk about is that the sound of the CLP625 compared to its predecessor, the CLP525 is a vast improvement now that the samples of the Bösendorfer Imperial and the Yamaha CFX grand pianos have been included. These offer rich tones to be played, and the brighter Yamaha sample compliments the much mellower Bösendorfer sound giving you a nice choice.

The CLP625 also offers the new GH3X keyboard which Yamaha have been developing, and it now included synthetic ebony black notes as well as the synthetic Ivory white keys.
These include 'escapement' an accuracy usually only found on grand pianos and Yamaha's 'smooth release' giving you a more realistic feel.

You'll find, being the authentic ebony and ivory the keys offer you a more grippy feel, and less sloppy like the textur…

A trip to Frankfurt to see the new Yamaha CLP range of Clavinovas

So I'm here in Frankfurt reflecting on the last couple of days visiting the largest European trade fair for musical instruments. My main aim was to visit the Yamaha stand and attend the launch of the new Yamaha CLP series.The trade fair was smaller than I had remembered for previous years as more companies are reducing their costs- but Yamaha, as usual had pulled out all the stops. A whole building with demo rooms, media suites and products from every department available to see and try.
The CLP models in the Clavinova range have all been updated and the 500 series has now been superseded by the brand new CLP 600 seriesThe range consists of CLP625, CLP635, CLP645, CLP665 (baby grand), CLP675 and CLP685Big noticeable changes includeBluetooth connectivity on all models allowing a mobile phone, tablet or MP3 player to wirelessly play music through the your Clavinova's speaker system allowing you to play along with your favourite track or artist Page holders to hold your music book…

Yamaha Clavinova CLP545 vs CLP575 digital piano comparison + video

Chris compares two of Yamaha's best selling Clavinova digital pianos; the CLP-545 and the CLP-575. Many people wonder what the £500 extra gets you on the CLP575 and whether it's worth it in the long run. As you'll see in the video there are 4 big reasons that the CLP575 is superior and will more than likely satisfy your playing needs over the long term.


Keep up to date on possible new models like the rumoured Yamaha Clavinova CLP 600 series

There is no official news on a new range of CLP Yamaha Clavinova digital pianos, but there is speculation going by the gap between previous editions that a new range might be due in early 2017. The CVP range is now in the 600 series, a CLP600 series may be around the corner.

Whatever they might be ePianos.co.uk will be demonstrating, reviewing and comparing on our website and on YouTube for you to learn all about them.


Chris compares the Yamaha Clavinova CLP-545 vs CLP-575
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Yamaha Arius YDP-143 vs YDP-163 digital pianos - What's the difference? A comparison.

These two pianos are from Yamaha's Arius range which is designed to offer a good quality instrument in a traditional style cabinet, at an affordable price for beginners.

Because these models look so similar we are asked all the time what the differences are between them and whether getting the more expensive one is a good idea.

Chris explained the differences in the videos below.