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88 weighted, hammer-action keys for real grand piano feel plus 8 amazingly high-quality tones!
64-note polyphony, 16-channel multitimbrality, 2 grand pianos, 2 uprights, 2 electric pianos, harpsichord, and vibraphone add up to a professionally featured stage piano that sounds incredible. Reverb, chorus, realtime 2500-note memory, transpose and tuning control, metronome, and 4 demo songs make it flexible enough for any gig from teaching to stadium rock. MIDI I/O, 2 headphone jacks, and 2-speaker onboard amplification make it at home in the studio or the living room.
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Casio through me for a loop when I heard and played this the first time. True piano sound and feel. Perfect for at home use or on the road.
This is a very good piano for starters or for people with a tad more experience. The speakers are a little weak, and the deep end doesn't sound as well as I'd like. However, it is still a great value and has a good feel.
This is a very cool piano for anyone that wants to be able to play at home, but doesn't have the space or the moving people for a piano. Has good sound, and the potential for more sounds if you are willing to play around with it and get into MIDI files - I haven't done that yet, but it is definitely in the future plansGood piano for anyone who has played for years and wants to be able to practice at home
This is a great piano. The keys are a bit clunky but besides that it rocks. Has great sound and you can use head phones so you don't disturb other people. Yeah, it's an awesome piano.
It looks great and keys feel like a real piano, the sound is better than any of the comparable models on display. I went to the Piano shop here in Hong Kong but the price was considerably higher than prices in the US. Guess I have to wait until the Christmas sales!