The Yamaha CP33 Stage Piano is the electrical alternative to the traditional majestic grand piano. This is basically the same piano as the Yamaha CP300 but about $1000 cheaper. The CP33 is a large step up from the P-series units in both sound and feel. The Yamaha CP33 has 88 keys with 2 pedals. The Yamaha CP33 weights 39.7 lbs, which is slightly lighter than the average for all Stage Digital Piano Digital Pianos and Keyboards. This is a great piano for stage performers who want to make the most of the acoustics of a venue, or play a piano solo with a truly beautiful and memorable sound.
According to several user reviews, they have praised a Yamaha CP33 for the stereo sampled sound of this piano keeps is very authentic and taken from Yamaha concert grand pianos worth tens of thousands of dollars; Special mono-compressed piano mode which is perfect for playing in a live band; Has both pitch bend and modulation wheels — this is perfect if you plan on using this as a MIDI controller for your DAW (digital audio workstation). Also, some users have complained it for the music rest doesn’t come with the piano; LED display could be just a big bigger.
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To restoring your Yamaha CP33 to it’s factory preset, just simply power ON while simultaneously holding the rightmost white key (C7) and BLACK KEYS (F#6, G#6 and A#6).
Warning! When you execute these procedure, All settings affected by the Functions (F1 – F8) can be restored to their original factory preset values. Do not use this function unless you are certain that you want to do this. Hopefully the article of “Restoring the Yamaha CP33 Stage Piano to it’s Factory Preset” can help you.
Reference: Yamaha CP33 manual