Touch-sensitive keys allow for expressive, dynamic performances
*Includes Bonus Yamaha HPH-50 Headphones until March 31 2020
Versatile functions and an expressive touch-sensitive keyboard action make the PSR-E363 the go-to instrument for beginning players.
- Touch-responsive keyboard with 48-note polyphony
- 574 high quality Voices with improved sampling
- Brand new Reverb effects and Master EQ
- 165 auto accompaniment Styles
- 150 different Arpeggio types
- “Keys to Success” with other lesson functions
- Duo Mode
- Easy Song Book available for download
- USB TO HOST allowing two-way MIDI and audio transfer
- AUX IN terminal & Melody Suppressor
Touch-sensitive keys allow expressive dynamic control
Play the keys heavily and you’ll get louder tones, or play softly to achieve quieter sounds. The touch-sensitive keyboard will accurately reflect every nuance of your playing, making your performances musically expressive.
The better an instrument sounds, the more it inspires us
Yamaha has a proud history of manufacturing just about every kind of musical instrument. When it comes to reproducing the sound of these instruments in a keyboard, the results are detailed and high-quality.
The PSR-E363 features a comprehensive library of 574 instrument Voices that will allow you to enjoy playing any musical genre.
“Keys to Success” and other on-board lessons support learning to play
“Keys to Success” is based on teaching techniques shared with Yamaha over many years. Through short and easy, step-by-step lessons, players learn how to play entire songs.
To help build your skills, the the new “Touch Tutor” takes the mystery out of learning dynamic expression.
Adjust the sound using digital effects and Master EQ
12 new Reverb effects add ambience to your playing making it sound like you’re in a concert hall, a small club or a cathedral. Chorus adds warmth and makes the sound more spacious. The Master EQ is easily adjusted to get the best sound depending on whether you are listening through headphones, the built-in speakers or connected to an external sound system.