Yamaha LP7A 3-pedal Option for DGX-660 - White

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Add Some Expression to Your Portable Grand

If you need to add some expression and realism to your Yamaha portable grand keyboard, you have to get your feet on the LP-7A 3-pedal unit from Yamaha. The LP-7A is a pedal accessory to YPG-635, DGX-640, and DGX650 keyboards. You'll immediately feel and hear the realism in the soft, sostenuto, and damper pedals that react and sound just like a real acoustic piano. The half-damper effect adds realistic control over sustained notes, and you can assign the left pedal to add additional control to preset voices like classical guitar and muted trumpet. Get the Yamaha LP-7A from GearNuts.com!

Yamaha LP-7A 3-pedal Unit Features:
  • 3-pedal unit with damper, soft, and sostenuto pedals
  • Color: White
  • Half damper effect for expressive control over sustained chords
  • Allows more musical expression
  • Left pedal can be assigned to some internal voices
  • Attaches to YPG-635, DGX-640, and DGX650
  • Includes built-in cable and jack for 1/4" cable

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