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Williams Concerto 88H Digital Console Piano

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The hammer-action Williams Concerto 88H Digital Console Piano combines realistic sounds with superb playability. The Concero's 88 keys and 38-note po...Click To Read More About This Product

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Rich sound and feel for a price any player can appreciate.

The hammer-action Williams Concerto 88H Digital Console Piano combines realistic sounds with superb playability. The Concero's 88 keys and 38-note polyphony with 147 voices will give you plenty of sonic territory to explore. Other features include a blue backlit LCD display, a metronome, accompaniment control, record and playback, 99 styles, 10 demo songs, and user preset memory. Handles 16 channels of MIDI. Headphone, aux. out for connecting external speakers, and pedal jacks. The Williams Concerto 88H Digital Console Piano has a 25W dual speaker system.

FEATURES
  • 88 hammer keys
  • 38-note polyphony (max)
  • 147 voices
  • 99 styles + 1 metronome
  • 10 demo songs
  • Blue backlit LCD
  • Instant piano voice
  • Accompaniment control
  • Record and playback
  • User preset memory
  • 16 MIDI channels
  • Headphone, aux out, and pedal jacks
  • 25W dual speaker system
SPECIFICATIONS
  • Controls
  • Power switch, volume switch, dual, ots, voice, style, demo, touch, upper, lower, oc1, oc2, oc3, bass, rhythm, octave, tempo, select, numeric keypad, split, pan, pitch, x'poser, mode, harmony, reverb, chorus, write, panel memory 1-6 start/stop, sync, intro/ending, fill-in a, fill-in b, fade record, melody 1/2, accomp, play/stop
  • 6 Memory Storage
  • Transmit, receive, 1-6 midi terminals, DC power, headphones, aux.out, midi in/out, 2 pedals
  • 8 ohm 2x25W speakers
  • 54"W x 20"H x 33"D (1380 x 520 x 830mm)
  • 143 lbs. (62kg)
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4.0

(based on 21 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Please steal this keyboard

I was looking for digital keyboards because I wanted to start playing piano again but I wanted something that never needed tuning. So when I saw the William Concerto, the piano-look appealed to...Read complete review

I was looking for digital keyboards because I wanted to start playing piano again but I wanted something that never needed tuning. So when I saw the William Concerto, the piano-look appealed to me. I tried the keys...good hammer action reminded me of the old uprights I used to play as a kid, but the sound was a bit better, more of a grande sound. Then I looked at the price, Huh, why so inexpensive? So I asked a salesman about it. Yes it was a close-out model. I whipped out the plastic and added a bench and midi port for my computer. The salesman was happy, but I had nagging doubts... did I just buy a piece of crap?Long story short, the salesman loaded this humongous box into my truck and sent me off. When I opened it up, no assembly instructions, just the parts to assemble. Now I am a typical man so this did not phase me a bit. I had the thing figured out and assembled in under 40 minutes... piece of cake. Then I turned it on. Hey it works, it sounds great. The next couple of hours were a lot of fun figuring out how the controls worked. Here again a manual would have helped but then I wouldn't have really read it anyway. Who needs one, huh?I did notice the suggested retail price stamped onto the bottom of the keyboard, whoah. I still can't figure out why I got it for the price I did, but let's say the price savings would justify buying a new computer, or if you build computers like I do, say, about three new computers.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

This piece of equipment...dont know what to do...

The product description created a false expectation of an actual acoustic piano sound. It lacks it. It is impossible to play it with expession (very small difference in volume when you strike keys...Read complete review

The product description created a false expectation of an actual acoustic piano sound. It lacks it. It is impossible to play it with expession (very small difference in volume when you strike keys hard or easy). Sounds very fake, dull, plain and bland. Trust me - you don't want anything like that (even if it has weighted keys).As for other sounds/features: they are all contained in cheap beginner keyboards and can be purchased for 7 times as cheap.The little Casios and Yamahas for $100 sound better than this $700 piece of equipment. I own one of those, and in my humble opinion, their grand piano sampling is of a much higher quality than this digital piano.After I purchased this piano, I tested many other digital pianos and I found that to get decent sound of of those you have to pay at least $1000.

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4.0

Anniverdary/Birthday present

By WannaBeGood

from Lonely Wyoming

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I bought this for my wife as a birthday and anniversary gift. Due to apartment living, she had been unable to play, and needed a piano with a volume. The keys are about 95% piano feel, and between the multiple piano and organ sounds, the rat-a-tat of the machine gun and ka-boom of the shotgun, we have had a blast with this piano. The "wood" finish is very nice, everything was a good fit, and the gold plated foot pedals add a nice touch. The many musical options are easy to change, and the sounds are better than most keyboards or cheaper pianos. Although not an expensive Casio or Yamaha, the features and playability are definitely worth the price.

 
2.0

absolutely not!!

By pianoite

from whitmore lake MI

has a horrible sound....i am an expressive player and found it impossible to do so. Definetly does not have an acoustic feel or sound that i enjoy

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3.0

Acoustic sound

By PianoMan-_JK6g

from Mount Vernon, WA

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It lacks the acoustic sound. The hammer action actually does feel like a real piano. But sound is comparable to that of a beginner keyboard. Sustain - as mentioned before by someone else, not that great either. Good synth and pad sounds though.

 
5.0

super, super buy

By Frank Vincent Cofrancesco

from Hamden, CT

I wanted to go back to playing after 40 years of not having a piano of my own. I took a gamble and bought the Williams console piano. I really am pleased beyond belief. This gamble really paid off..

 
1.0

made cheap

By Shane-QZVQq

from Stafford VA

People if you like to pick these heavy things up and keep trading them back in for a new one because they keep breaking this is the piano for you. Buy now!! I had to trade this piano in for a new one THREE TIMES!!I finally had to get something else. It's seriously not worth but maybe 50 bucks, if that. What good is a new piano if it doesnt work?

 
5.0

Big Bang

By Scott has sore fingers (I love it)

from Florida

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Great hammer action. Very good sound (not the best available but close) More voices than you will ever use, electronic display. Sliding keyboard cover. Aux output jacks and midi in and out. A great electronic piano for your home. I am very happy.For twice the price you can get a slightly better keyboard, but unless you are a professional musician, this piano should be all you ever need.

 
4.0

it's OK

By Kevin FLo

from Massachusetts

I Play in my church and i got this thing like 6 months ago. I like it sometimes, but then i don't. I can get pretty creative with it but then there's times when I get bored or sick of it cuz the sound mellows me out. If you want a good Digi, this is GOOD but not BETTER or BEST. It has some pretty good styles to it but then again, i hate the keyboard "styles" on anything.

 
5.0

Great Piano!

By Ami

from Georgia

Great piano! Has wonderful piano sound and realistic key-feel. Very happy with its performance, sound, and features.

 
4.0

Great for beginners

By 76trombones

from Deridder, LA

This digital piano has an amazing amount of features for the price. 147 sounds is well more than you get out of most digital pianos. The piano is solidly constructed and the action is teriffic. The piano does not have the best sound available for digital pianos, especially if you have the volume set quietly. However, at normal- loud volume the piano sound quite good. One note is that the default setting every time you turn on the unit has a reverb setting enabled. The piano sometimes sounds distorted this way so you may want to turn it off. If you want a better sound in a digital console piano, you will need to spend a lot more. Overall the Conceto is a great product.

 
5.0

Best Purchase Made This Year

By Glory be to God

from Merrill, WI

We purchased this as our first piano for a beginning player. We are very impressed with the acoustic sound that it delivers from the great on-board sound system. The keys feel very realistic to play. The on-board electronics are mavelous and great to expierament with. The cabinet is beatutiful also. The piano was so much more than we expected for the price.

 
5.0

Excellent

By CY Coleman

from New Jersey

I have owned many Keyboards/Pianos/Organs since the beginning of my music career and I must say that the fact that this has so many voices is amazing! The sound is very good and it even looks like a real piano.

 
5.0

Happily Playing

By Nagelsz

from North Port, FL

This is a great piano. I'm convinced that I couldn't have picked a better piano to learn on than this one. In comparison to an acoustic the sound is awesome! Plus all the voices to choose from puts this piano way over the top! My mother-in-law believes I must have paid more than I actually did!

 
5.0

Deal Of The Century

By Shawn Miller

from Portales, NM

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Do Not Salivate Any Longer, BUY THIS BABY RIGHT NOW!!! The only thing that is weak on this Piano is the manual describing all of the functions. BUT, that is so minor compared with all that is so right. You will not be disappointed!!

 
4.0

Awesome piano!

By jeanietaboot

from Colorado

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I purchased this piano several months ago and have enjoyed it very much! I love that I can play with an acoustic sound but also be able to mix it up when I want. My kids can practice on it with headphones so the rest of us don't have to hear it but they are able to use a full keyboard with weighted keys much like an acoustic piano. I highly recommend this piano to anyone at any level of expertise!

 
5.0

great piano and attractive finish

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I was looking for digital keyboards because I wanted to start playing piano again but I wanted something that never needed tuning. So when I saw the William Concerto, the piano-look appealed to me. I tried the keys...good hammer action reminded me of the old uprights I used to play as a kid, but the sound was a bit better, more of a grande sound. My kids can practice on it with headphones so the rest of us don't have to hear it but they are able to use a full keyboard with weighted keys much like an acoustic piano. I highly recommend this piano to anyone at any level of expertise! I wanted to go back to playing after 40 years of not having a piano of my own. I took a gamble and bought the Williams console piano. I really am pleased beyond belief. This gamble really paid off.. We purchased this as our first piano for a beginning player. We are very impressed with the acoustic sound that it delivers from the great on-board sound system. The keys feel very realistic to play. The on-board electronics are mavelous and great to expierament with. The cabinet is beatutiful also. The piano was so much more than we expected for the price.

 
4.0

Please steal this keyboard

By SpirkleM

from Seattle, WA

I was looking for digital keyboards because I wanted to start playing piano again but I wanted something that never needed tuning. So when I saw the William Concerto, the piano-look appealed to me. I tried the keys...good hammer action reminded me of the old uprights I used to play as a kid, but the sound was a bit better, more of a grande sound. Then I looked at the price, Huh, why so inexpensive? So I asked a salesman about it. Yes it was a close-out model. I whipped out the plastic and added a bench and midi port for my computer. The salesman was happy, but I had nagging doubts... did I just buy a piece of crap?Long story short, the salesman loaded this humongous box into my truck and sent me off. When I opened it up, no assembly instructions, just the parts to assemble. Now I am a typical man so this did not phase me a bit. I had the thing figured out and assembled in under 40 minutes... piece of cake. Then I turned it on. Hey it works, it sounds great. The next couple of hours were a lot of fun figuring out how the controls worked. Here again a manual would have helped but then I wouldn't have really read it anyway. Who needs one, huh?I did notice the suggested retail price stamped onto the bottom of the keyboard, whoah. I still can't figure out why I got it for the price I did, but let's say the price savings would justify buying a new computer, or if you build computers like I do, say, about three new computers.

 
1.0

This piece of equipment...dont know what to do...

By PianoMan-_JK6g

from Mount Vernon, WA

See all my reviews

The product description created a false expectation of an actual acoustic piano sound. It lacks it. It is impossible to play it with expession (very small difference in volume when you strike keys hard or easy). Sounds very fake, dull, plain and bland. Trust me - you don't want anything like that (even if it has weighted keys).As for other sounds/features: they are all contained in cheap beginner keyboards and can be purchased for 7 times as cheap.The little Casios and Yamahas for $100 sound better than this $700 piece of equipment. I own one of those, and in my humble opinion, their grand piano sampling is of a much higher quality than this digital piano.After I purchased this piano, I tested many other digital pianos and I found that to get decent sound of of those you have to pay at least $1000.

 
4.0

The Williams Sonata

By h3|2o83

from Stockton, CA

This digital piano is great but the acoustic sound is poor. The high notes are not that clear and the sustainer does not sustain long. There are 147 voices which is awesome, and slip track and more. Great piano, but it's just that it lacks the acoustic sound.

 
5.0

A lot for the money

By Victoria-1a.eN

from Spring City, TN

Tried a lot of digital pianos and keyboards and this is a great value. Has a lot of good features and the sound is great. My piano students love the built in metronome and the touch is just like an acoustic.

 
5.0

It's the BOMB!!!

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I am very pleased with this piano. As a beginning piano student, my needs are met more than enough. The features are incredible as far as the different voices and styles. My husband is as equally pleased as I am. I did read one of the comments about this piano and I was worried, but once I got it, I could not believe how wonderful it is!!

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