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Korg SP-200 Stage Piano
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Killer sounds and lightweight portability!
The SP-200 Stage Piano is the perfect answer for any pianist looking for rich piano sounds and the convenience of a lightweight, portable instrument. Whether you're a professional musician, a student, or simply play for pleasure, the realism and flexibility of the SP-200 is sure to impress.
Drawing upon some of the world's finest acoustic pianos, the SP-200 delivers deep, defined, natural sound. There are 4 distinct and vibrant piano timbres: Grand Piano 1 and 2, Bright Piano, and Classic Piano. The SP-200 also features a vintage Electric Grand and an authentic honky-tonk piano. When you combine these great sounds with an 88-key hammer-action keyboard, you've got an unbeatable combination. You can add spaciousness and depth to your sound with the 2 effects processors”one for reverb and one for chorus.
For student or pro, this is a keyboard that really delivers the sound and feel of an acoustic grand and much more!
- 30 sounds available, including: Grand Piano 1 (stereo), Bright Piano, Grand Piano (mono); Classic Piano, Honky-Tonk, E. Grand Piano; Stage E. Piano, Club E. Piano, Thin E. Piano; Digital E. Piano, '60s E. Piano, Vintage E. Piano; Harpsichord, Clav, Wah Clav; Vibraphone, Marimba, Acoustic Guitar; Jazz Organ 1, Jazz Organ 2, Jazz Organ 3; Church Organ 1, Church Organ 2, Church Organ 3; Strings, Slow Strings, Warm Pad; Choir Hoo; Choir Doo; Choir Pad; Reverb and chorus
- Natural touch and feel
- Compact and versatile
- Ideal for student or pro
- Keyboard: 88 note velocity sensitive; hammer action
- Touch control: light, normal, heavy
- Sound generation: Stereo PCM
- Polyphony: up to 60 notes
- Programs: 30 sounds in ROM
- Effects: reverb, chorus (3 levels each)
- Demo songs: 30
- Metronome: tempo, time signature, accent, and volume controls
- Tuning: transpose, fine tuning, temperament (equal, Kirnberger, Werckmeister)
- Pedal: damper (included); half-pedaling supported with DS-1H
- Connections: stereo audio out; headphones; MIDI I/O, damper
- Controls: power, master volume, reverb, chorus, touch, sound selectors
- Power supply: 12V DC, 500mA, center-negative barrel AC adapter (included)
- Power consumption: 5W
- Dimensions: 52"W x 5"H x 11"D
- Weight: 41 lbs.
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The Korg SP-200 has all the essential features of a quality digital stage piano, and is ideal for piano students who'd like to try some other sounds. Gigging musicians will find it a pleasure to play, but might find some of the features a bit limiting for stage performance.The piano, electric piano, harpsichord, vibraphone, pipe organ, and clavinet sounds are excellent. The jazz/rock organ and synth string/choir sounds, on the other hand, are merely adequate to good. Though not quite as grand-piano-like as those on Yamaha's P series stage pianos, the weighted keyboard is very fine indeed. It does not include built-in speakers.The case is about as small as it can be for a weighted, full-88-key stage piano, and at 40 pounds it is even relatively light. All the connector plugs are on the back, even for headphones, which is too bad, since a front-mounted phone jack would be more useful. There is only a single headphone jack, and no line-in to play along with CDs. The power adapter is a standard "wall wart" type with a small plug, rather than a more robust three-prong plug. The included damper pedal is just a footswitch, though a separate piano-style half-damper pedal is available.Korg claims 60-note polyphony (simultaneous notes) for ther SP-200, but that's not always true. Some of the better sounds, like the first two stereo grand pianos, use two sets of oscillators and reduce polyphony to 30 notes, while the reverb and chorus reduce polyphony still further. If you layer two complex sounds and add effects, it's not hard to make notes cut off if you hold down the sustain pedal and play a few two-handed chords. On the other hand, if you use the lovely mono grand piano with no effects, it's nearly impossible to make that happen, so whether the polyphony limits are an issue depends on what you want to do.The control layout -- a row of buttons with LEDs, and just two sliders for volume and metronome tempo -- takes an excellent less-is-more approach, making the SP-200 easy to use for beginners. Unfortunately, there is no way to store custom user settings (for reverb, key-touch sensitivity, etc.), so when you turn the keyboard off and on, everything reverts to factory settings, which is why the SP-200 might not be best for those who primarily use it onstage.The SP-200 can act as a MIDI controller or sound source, but neither is its forte -- it is designed to be plugged into some speakers, turned on, and played. Those seeking a weighted keyboard controller probably want other features, such as a pitch bend wheel, that the SP-200 lacks.For compact, high-quality, excellent sounding stage pianos in this price range, it's a tough competition between the SP-200 and comparable models such as Yamaha's P60 and P90, Kurzweil's SP88X, Roland's RD models, and a few from other manufacturers. The SP-200 acquits itself well, and can be a wise investment if you understand its few limitations in advance.
I have been searching the web and the local music stores for several months trying to figure out how I could get a great board for not a whole lot of cash. I finally ordered the Korg SP-200 and recieved it within days. It has just what I want for the money. You don't have to have years of experience to operate this board. It is wonderful!
The piano sound to the Korg SP-200 is beautiful. Very full and rich. Nice accompanying sounds. I MIDI this into a Korg 03r/w sound module and mix the sounds via volume pedals, whcih really opens up possibilities. I find the combination piano/synth sounds to not be as nice as in the SP-100 as the piano overbears the strings. With the case this thing can be quite cumbersome to lug around but that is what roadies are for :)I gig out almost every weekend and after almost 1 year of banging in the back of a trailer this keyboard still works without any problems. Overall a good, durable investment for the money.
I think the piano sounds on this keyboard are about the best I've heard (sorry Kurzweil). The keys feel good and it is very easy to use. I wish it had a digital optical out and several user banks to modify and store your own sounds.
The Korg sp-200 is by far the best keyboard I have worked with. The piano sounds are superior to any keyboard in the market with several electric piano, string, and organ voices that are an awesome addition! I know I'll still be using this keyboard years from now. The body is thinner than traditional keyboards and the weight is easy to manage.
I was looking for an 88 note weighted action piano for on-stage use. I compared several different models, and decided on the SP-200. I've never regretted my decision. The pianos are beautiful, the Rhodes sound is awesome, the Clav rocks, the strings are sweet. The only sound I don't like are the organs, but that's why I have a Hammond. This board has helped me have the best sounding kit in the area.
The SP-200 is more than a standard digital piano, with 30 preset sounds it makes playing a pleasure. Built like a tank, it is very reliable with a great feel to it. Only problem is possibly the weight (heavy) but is streamlined to have as little features as possible. Easy to use it is definetly the king of digital pianos in terms of price to quality.
I think that this is a perfect solution to anyone's needs for a low cost digital piano. It's packed with features, has very nice tones, and much more. MIDI I/O jacks make it possible to connect to the computer and do many other things.Once again, great product!!codemasterD
The sound is beautiful. It has 30 different voices, but piano is wonderful. Organ sounds match perfectly in church.