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The musical partner of a lifetime.
Natural-feel balanced hammer-action keyboard with multiple touch settings and true 3D binaural samples combine realistic sounds with superb playability. A 3-track recorder allows you to compose and record your performances while the pitch bend wheel, modulation wheel, and digital effects add flavor. 50 classic songs have separately recorded right- and left-hand parts so the SS-100 can play one hand while you practice with the other. Stand and bench included.
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We purchased this piano for our daughter. She plays piano as a hobby. The piano feels and sounds beautiful. My only gripe is that the power supply died. Which , I figure is a big gripe since the piano won't work without it. The only luck I've had finding a replacement is through a Suzuki distributor.
We were very pleased with our SS-100 at first. The weighted keys gave a realistic feel and we were easily able to hook it up to our computer to generate and save midi files. However, we have had many problems with the power supply and have found Suzuki does not support its customers very well in that regard. We have had to ship the entire keyboard back and lost the use of it for about a month each time, paying for them to say that they couldn't find a problem with the keyboard. They admitted they supplied the wrong power adapter with the SS-100's that they sold in 2003, but we have had problems two times since the "correct" power supply was provided. Due to the unreliability, I'd have to give this model an overall thumbs down.
I never expected the sound of the suzuki to appeal more to my ear than an expensive roland but this one does. I love the grand piano sound and weighted keys. I have not stopped playing my keyboard since I bought it.
I just bought this piano and it is great. The only complaint is that the speakers overload sometimes, but it was a floor model so that could be the reason why. Overall the piano is a great instrument though.
I own this keyboard, I must say it is pretty good for intermediate piano players. It doesn't quite capture a true grand piano sound but is good enough. I would recomend this piano to pianists intrested in playing classical music and whom want to compose their own classical sounding music. I would not recomend this for keyboardist in a band or playing rock or blues riffs, because the keys are weighted like a real piano. So as some more experienced keyboards should know playing with weighted keys is a killer on your wrists!!
I wanted to replace my older organ key type keyboard with a full sized, weighted hammer action piano one. Looked at all I could find and most were fairly similar, some nice grand piano samples and a few other similar percussive sounds. When I saw the Suzuki (didn't even know they made keyboards) I was impressed.The build quality of the thing was what first thing I noticed. It's one good looking and HEAVY unit (weighs over 70-pounds, twice what the others do). Doesn't look or feel like plastic as most of the others do. There's some wood and metal in this thing.Then I played the grand piano sample and was very impressed. As just a nice digital piano this is a very good unit. Add in that it has 137 other samples, including drums (specs says 128 but there's 10 additional ethnic sounds), and that it's the only digital piano its price with a modulation and pitch wheels (make those horns sound like horns, or for special effects). I was impressed with the unit.When I found out the price and that the furniture stand and bench are a part of the package I was definitely sold!