By now, most parents have a fully functional electric keyboard, but not everyone has access to a piano, and there’s a small group of kids who don’t have access to an electric car either.
In a move aimed at making electric vehicles more accessible for kids, Yamaha has announced that it will release a new electric piano with built-in music, built-ins for playing piano and piano controls.
The YZ-10R, or the YZf-R, is the latest in Yamaha’s line of affordable electric pianos.
The company says the Y-Series electric pianas will offer up to four pianos and a piano keyboard.
While the Y Zf-r is currently only available in the US, it will be made available in other markets in the near future.
The Yamaha Y-10 is an affordable piano with piano controls, powered by a Yamaha YXF-4K automatic electric motor and Yamaha YA-M10 electric motor.
The piano features a full-size head, which features a 24-key rollback and a 24.5mm scale.
The electric piano’s piano controls feature three-dimensional contours and are designed to accommodate a range of age groups, such as children 6 to 10 years old.
The controls are controlled by a pair of knobs, which can be set for different keys depending on the type of music the piano is playing.
Yamaha’s Y Z F-R is available with built in piano controls and piano keys.
The pianos’ built-inductive technology can automatically adjust the piano’s volume depending on what the music is playing, and the pianos have built-back switches to switch between different sound modes, like a classical keyboard or a jazz piano.
The keys can also be adjusted individually, such that the piano can be played with a single finger or a two-finger tap.
The built-for-a-kid piano is also capable of playing standard piano keys and a few standard keys that are reserved for pianists.
Yamaha says that the Y Y ZF-r will cost around $2,500, but it should be able to be had for around $1,000 at some retailers.