Yamaha Tyros3 Arranger Workstation
Complete with power cord
About This Keyboard
This Tyros3 is in excellent working order. The screen is bright and clear and there are no broken keys and they all play just as they should. The C5 key does have a small chip on the bottom side that has no effect on the functionality. Cosmetically it has some scuffs and scratches but nothing more than you should expect on a used keyboard.
- 749 Voices, 35 Drum/SFX Kits, 480 XG and 256 GM2 Voices including brand new Super Articulation 2 Technology
- 450 exceptionally high-quality Styles including the new MegaVoices
- Eight slider, one assignable slider and articulation switches
- Adoption of Two-Track Hard Disk Recorder and large-capacity Hard Disk Drive
- Convenient Multi Pad Sync function, Registration and OTS Setting
Combines the most advanced tone generation technology, Super Articulation 2 with state-of-the-art digital electronics and features to give you stunning sound quality with maximum musical versatility.
The Tyros3 features the highest quality synthesizer keyboard we've ever made: the FSX keyboard. Physically, the keys are of high-precision manufacture and offer greater durability than conventional models. Most importantly, however, the keyboard has enhanced touch response, making it the most expressive and musical keyboard in its class.
TFT LCD Display
Tyros3 is the first Yamaha digital keyboard to feature a high-resolution, 640x480, color TFT (Thin Film Transistor) LCD screen. Big and bright, the 7.5 inch display shows all important settings and parameters with crystal clear clarity, even under extreme lighting conditions. The TFT display has a hugely wide viewing angle which means the content is clearly visible whatever your playing position. The entire display panel is 5-point adjustable; flat for storage or tilted up to enhance visibility during performance.
Super Articulation 2
Mainly for wind instrument Voices, a special Yamaha technology called AEM has been used, which features detailed samples of special expressive techniques used on those specific instruments - to bend or slide into notes, to "join" different notes together, or to add expressive nuances at the end of a note, etc.
Articulation Element Modeling (AEM)
Articulation Element Modeling (AEM) is the technology for simulating this characteristic of instruments. During performance, the most appropriate sound samples are selected in sequence in real time, from huge quantities of sampled data. They are smoothly joined and sounded - as would naturally occur on an actual acoustic instrument.
Intuitive, Quick-Access Sliders
Eight sliders have been provided just below the LCD display let you conveniently and quickly adjust all parameters shown in the display. The additional ASSIGN slider allows you to assign a desired function (volume, reverb, etc.) and control it in real-time during your performance. These nine sliders function as footage levers when the Organ Flutes display is shown.
Two-track Hard Disk Recorder
The Hard Disk Recorder lets you record your performances to two audio tracks - Main and Sub. A Bounce recording feature lets you record even more tracks, allowing you to easily record multiple parts in layers.
Massive 80GB HDD
Staggering amount of MIDI data, style data, wav files and the like can be stored on the keyboard's internal hard disk.
Convenient Multi Pad Sync function / Registrations and OTS Information
You can embellish your performance as you play with several preset phrases by using the Multi Pads. These can even be synchronized with Style/Song playback. The information displays for Registration Memory and One Touch Setting allow you to confirm the registered panel setups easily.
Download additional Voices from the website and load them to the Tyros3 - and increase your selection of available voices.
The built-in LAN terminal lets you easily connect your instrument directly to the Internet. The USB terminals compatible with USB 2.0 High-Speed enable high-speed communication with USB storage devices and computers.
It is important to remember that when buying a used keyboard it may not operate or look exactly like a new one. Used keyboards develop wear over time that can cause such items as function buttons, knobs, sliders etc. to fail to operate as smoothly or easily as when they were new. Our technician does check these items and if they are deemed unusable they are replaced but some function buttons may require more pressure or manipulation to make the appropriate changes. Cosmetically your used keyboard may have scuffs, scratches, cracks to plastic pieces, discolored keys or other visual impairments that might not show up in the photos. We try to mention any obvious visual imperfections but may not consider them serious enough to post in the listing.