Yamaha P-125 Dimensions (How big is it?)
Height: 6.56" - Width: 52.18" - Depth: 11.62" - Weight: 26 lbs.
The Yamaha P-125 is a small-form digital piano, designed for living rooms, studios, and smaller spaces as a replacement for a larger acoustic piano. Though it's fairly small by piano standards, it has weighted keys and is made to function and feel like a digital piano more than a studio keyboard.
From what we can tell there is only one version of the P-125 with the full 88 keys. This makes sense, since it's made to function as a digital piano and not a keyboard or MIDI controller. Most folks who buy the P-125 are going to be looking for a piano replacement, something for formal lessons, or for practicing songs that they would otherwise play on a full acoustic piano.
In bullet list form, here are the Yamaha P-125 dimensions once more:
- Height: 6.56"
- Width: 52.18"
- Depth: 11.62"
- Weight: 26 lbs.
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Particularly when it comes to the weight of other pianos (especially acoustic), this is an extremely light piano. For comparison, here are weights of some other popular digital pianos/keyboards with 88 weighted keys:
- Nord Stage 3: 41.8 lbs.
- Yamaha P515B: 48.5 lbs.
- Roland RD-2000: 47.87 lbs.
Most of these keyboards are far more expensive than the P-125 and - in many cases - significantly heavier. This is primarily because of the extended functionality. That said, most 88-key digital pianos and keyboards measure about 50-55 inches wide, since the size of the keys is always about the same.
Why is the P-125 so much lighter?
The P-125 doesn't do as much as the studio keyboards. This pairs down the front panel, making it thinner and far less heavy. Again, this is characteristic of digital pianos, that are more about traditional piano playing and less about digital effects and extended functionality.
This keyboard is best suited for a living room. It might be a little big for a bedroom, but think larger indoor area. A small studio would also be a good fit.
We wouldn't recommend the P-125 for live performances, unless you're talking about something like a recital, in a more formal setting. Even then, it's probably too small for that kind of venue (schools, churches, etc.) so we'd stick with the P-125 for indoor practice, piano lessons, and more traditional piano use.
If you're looking for a lighter digital piano for your home or a small studio, the Yamaha P-125 is a low-cost, solid mid-tier option with manageable dimensions and weight. Keep in mind, this page is intended to be informational and is not a review or recommendation in nature.
That said, the P-125 is consistently one of the best selling digital pianos on the market. We're willing to take that at face value.
If you have questions about the Yamaha P-125 dimensions, drop them in the comments section below.
Written by Bobby on Keyboards and Roundups
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