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#404146 - 06/29/15 11:49 AM Re: Yamaha To Introduce PSR-S770 and PSR-S970 [Re: George Kaye]
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You're welcome, Henni!
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#404156 - 06/29/15 05:45 PM Re: Yamaha To Introduce PSR-S770 and PSR-S970 [Re: Mikem]
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Just so you know it`s me wink

It looks like it still has the same keybed the PSR-2000 did eek


O___the pain.

Me , Gary ! laugh

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#404159 - 06/29/15 06:06 PM Re: Yamaha To Introduce PSR-S770 and PSR-S970 [Re: jedi]
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Originally Posted By: jedi
Just so you know it`s me wink

It looks like it still has the same keybed the PSR-2000 did eek

O___the pain.
Me , Gary ! laugh


and your probably correct... frown

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#404244 - 07/02/15 12:32 AM Re: Yamaha To Introduce PSR-S770 and PSR-S970 [Re: George Kaye]
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This must be the least exciting upgrade. The s910 to s950 was a better update. This is more like a psr s955


Edited by rolandfan (07/02/15 12:33 AM)

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#404245 - 07/02/15 12:36 AM Re: Yamaha To Introduce PSR-S770 and PSR-S970 [Re: George Kaye]
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When this keyboard is launched then it would be the right time for s900/s910 owners to upgrade to the then cheaper s950

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#404247 - 07/02/15 01:45 AM Re: Yamaha To Introduce PSR-S770 and PSR-S970 [Re: George Kaye]
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Typical Yamaha,only small minor updates for a lot off money,see the Tyros series.

Audyaplayer.

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#404248 - 07/02/15 03:21 AM Re: Yamaha To Introduce PSR-S770 and PSR-S970 [Re: audyaplayer]
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Just wondered, is ANYONE waiting to purchase a keyboard like this??
I just don't get it. Why does Yamaha not go along with the tide.
Release arranger keyboards with touchscreens and with drums that emulate or are at least nearly as good as the Ketrons and they will yet again swamp the market.

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John

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#404257 - 07/02/15 08:03 AM Re: Yamaha To Introduce PSR-S770 and PSR-S970 [Re: George Kaye]
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They will swamp the market anyway John. I'll bet the vast majority of the thousands of members at PSR Tutorial have never even heard another brand arranger.
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#404262 - 07/02/15 08:30 AM Re: Yamaha To Introduce PSR-S770 and PSR-S970 [Re: DonM]
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Originally Posted By: DonM
They will swamp the market anyway John. I'll bet the vast majority of the thousands of members at PSR Tutorial have never even heard another brand arranger.


How sad, but most probably true !

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John

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#404270 - 07/02/15 01:54 PM Re: Yamaha To Introduce PSR-S770 and PSR-S970 [Re: George Kaye]
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I disagree with my learned colleague Don Mason. There are lots of guys and gals on the PSR Tutorial forum who had other brands of keyboards in the recent past, and some, such as Bill, who just added a Korg to his array of boards. Now, he is probably right in that Yamaha will sell one Hell of a lot of the new S970s when they become available here and abroad. Lets face it - it's one Hell of a good sounding machine with a huge array of great features. Why wouldn't it sell?

All the best,

Gary cool
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