YPG-525 has 88 lightly weighted piano-style keys but YPG-625 has fully weighted piano-style keys. So YPG-625 feels more like a 'real' piano than YPG-525.
The model that you have listed is actually a Yamaha keyboard and not a motorbike. It can be purchased for approximately $500 for a used model. If you are indeed looking for a Yamaha motorbike there is a great deal of price variance between models.
the difference is the Yamaha is better
The only difference I see is the di version includes the ac power adapter.
The timing in the CDI unit.
A yamaha clarinet usually has a better fingering system which makes it easier to switch between notes. The tone of a yamaha clarinet is not as good with the mouthpiece orginal yamaha mouthpiece.
The Yamaha U3 is slightly larger than the Yamaha U1, this is the most significant difference. The larger size of the U3 results in longer strings and consequently to a richer and warmer sound.
about 25 to 35lbs depending on the year.
J is 1982, K is 1983, carbs are the only main difference I think.
the L ,LWland LE has bigger tires than a E
Apparently the Paficica 012 replaces the EG 112 - that is the only difference
The differences between Yamaha and Honda overall aren't many. Both are Japanese based companies which specialize in ATV's, motorcycles and boats. The biggest general difference is Honda also makes cars (Yamaha doesn't) and Yamaha produces snowmobiles (Honda doesn't).
usually the difference is more sounds, probably more or less midi connections, maybe a floppy drive was added onto it, etc. if the numbers are a little bit higher than the other, not TOO much has been done, usually. if it were a bigger gap of number, or a higher set of letters from the alphabet, much much more is done, it'll be practically a whole new keyboard. more keys, more sounds, different color, bigger speakers. etc
The 620 is large bore while the 640 is medium bore.
WaveRunner is made by Yamaha, Jet Ski's are made by Kawasaki.
Just the looks. Classic is lower to the ground.
The 413-k comes with power adaptor also, 413 does not.
C100 is a model number of a specific clarinet made by the Yamaha company. It is a B-flat clarinet, so, there's no difference.
I think the difference is the size of the keys.PSR has full size(Regular) keys . PSS has half size ( Smaller)keys.
The 335 has gold tuners, the 325 has chrome tuners. Both are excellent guitars.
The have different plastics, but the special edition is a six speed while the base model 350 is a five speed.
For about 500$s more you get piggyback reservoir shocks added onto the 250R. As apposed to the regular 250 which doesn't have those features.
Yes, look them up, yamaha.com, there are things different that they changed over the years.
Ask the Great Paul Justin Needham From Jackson New Jersey His number is (732)-609-6367 Call for more info on his next live performance