The Yamaha PSR-F51 is an entry-level digital keyboard designed for beginners and casual players. While it is a more basic model compared to some of Yamaha’s higher-end keyboards, it still offers essential features for learning and playing music.
The PSR-F51 features a 61-key keyboard. The keys are not touch-sensitive, meaning the sound doesn’t change based on how hard or soft you play the keys. However, this keyboard is designed to be simple and easy to use, making it suitable for beginners.
The keyboard offers 120 different instrument voices, including pianos, guitars, drums, strings, and more. Additionally, it provides 114 accompaniment styles that allow you to play along with a variety of musical genres.
The PSR-F51 includes a Duo mode that splits the keyboard into two equal parts, allowing two players to play together simultaneously. This feature is especially useful for teachers and students during lessons or for playing duets with a friend.
The keyboard has a built-in metronome, which is essential for practicing timing and rhythm. You can set the desired tempo and play along with the metronome to improve your playing skills.
The PSR-F51 can be powered by six AA batteries, making it highly portable and convenient for playing on the go. However, it can also be powered by an optional AC adapter if you prefer a continuous power supply.
The keyboard includes a headphone output, allowing you to practice without disturbing others. This feature is particularly useful for late-night practice sessions or for private practice.
The PSR-F51 is designed to be lightweight and portable, making it easy to carry and transport. Whether you want to take it to music lessons, rehearsals, or simply move it around your home, its compact size and weight make it convenient.