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Williams Encore Digital Piano  

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    A phenomenal value with real piano action and touch sensitivity.

    The Williams Encore Digital Piano has 88 hammer-action keys with 4 touch-sensitivity presets so you can select the feel that's best for you. The high-quality sound engine gives you 10 main voices with 3 variations each, 32-note polyphony, metronome, and reverb and chorus effects. Versatility is built in with pitch-bend and modulation wheels; split and dual modes; a four-song sequencer; 16-character LCD display; and a sustain pedal. Helps include 10 demo songs and 58 piano practice songs with songbook and left-/right-hand guides. It also has a music rest, 12.5W stereo speaker system, MIDI I/O, stereo line out, 2 stereo headphone outputs, and inputs for sustain pedal, volume pedal, and soft or start/stop pedal.

    Features
    • Slab-style digital piano
    • 88-note hammer action keyboard
    • 4 touch response presets
    • 32-note polyphony
    • 30 voices (10 main voices with 3 variations each)
    • Split and dual modes
    • Reverb and chorus effects
    • Pitch-bend and modulation wheels
    • Metronome
    • 3-track/4-song sequencer
    • 10 demo songs
    • 58 piano practice songs with left/right hand (songbook included)
    • 16-character LCD display
    • Amplified stereo speakers (2 x 12.5W)
    • MIDI I/O
    • Stereo line out
    • 2 stereo headphone outputs
    • Sustain pedal, volume pedal, and soft or start/stop pedal inputs
    • Sustain pedal included
    • Silver and dark wood finishes

    88 keys of impressive piano performance are just a click a way. Order now!

     
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    WilliamsEncore Digital Piano
     
    3.7

    (based on 9 reviews)

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    2.0

    Not So Good

    By Pianoman488

    from New Jersey

    Comments about Williams Encore Digital Piano:

    I bought one of these 6 months ago and returned it in two days. It was one of the worst digitals I've ever used. It has a very slow response, the sound is not very realistic, and I feel the keys feel very sluggish. It's also quite cumbersome and just plain heavy. Not a good buy. I suggest a Casio Privia.

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    3.0

    Died for no reason!

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Williams Encore Digital Piano:

    I bought this piano for my daughter about 3 years ago because she needed a weighted key piano to practice on and she loved it. However the keys have a slower response to a realistic piano. Then out of no where it died. Never was wet, dropped, or misused. It just died and still won't work.

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    2.0

    new coffee table

    By 4Grf.NCWn

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Williams Encore Digital Piano:

    It was great. I liked the resistance as I was learning and my girl loved to play it and it was great. And then we redecorated. Litearlly picked it up from one wall and carried to the other and it's been dead ever since. Didn't drop it, get it wet, nothing. It just died and it still does not work.

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    4.0

    Good deal for the money

    By vikingart

    from Wyoming

    Comments about Williams Encore Digital Piano:

    I own this keyboard. It is too heavy to lug around unless you have help. Has decent sound, but needs to be amplified for stage. The main problem with this keyboard is the slow response on the keys to rapid statcatto/repeat fingering, as compared to a regular piano. It does have problems with electronic gliches and needs to be turned off to eliminate these on occasions.Overall, this is great for small churches for the value, if you don't have to move it all the time.

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    4.0

    great for college students!!

    Comments about Williams Encore Digital Piano:

    I'm a music student at ETSU, and I needed a REAL keyboard to practice on. I took a big chance buying this without trying it out, but I feel like I got a great deal. The keys are nice to touch and have great action, very smooth. Realistic keys were the main concern. The only gripe is that the sound samples are really crappy. Even the default grand piano sounds like a toy. I expected a better sound, but considering the keyboards @ school cost 6 times as much as mine, I'm not complaining. The electronics are as basic as possible, but it does the job. This board is perfect for students!!

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    5.0

    Excellent Keyboard

    By Matt-XEzuW

    from Columbus, OH

    Comments about Williams Encore Digital Piano:

    I bought this keyboard because of the pitch bend, and because a review said it had a less heavy action. The pitch bend is great,and I especially like the feel of the action. The action is certaintly weighted (unlike the so called semi-weighted ones I've tried, whose keys did not seem to carry any inertia - only resitance), yet not too heavy or stiff. In terms of heaviness the action feels close to my twenty year old, broken-in Baldwin upright - that is, not to stiff and tiring to play, but just right. I have tried many other weighted keyboards, and this one's action I like best. The keyboard itself is heavy, and needs a sturdy stand - but this is not a problem for me. Take note that when running a speaker line out, the two built in speakers to not cut out; yet with headphones in, you have the option of cutting off speaker sound or not. The owner's manual is very esay to read. This keyboard sounds great and is a great value. I can now practice at night without waking anyone.

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    4.0

    you get what you pay for

    By Vincenzo Axman

    from Wisconsin

    Comments about Williams Encore Digital Piano:

    I got this keyboard as something that I can use as a midi controller and something that on which I can eventually teach the kids (1 and 3) piano. I'd say it's worth what I paid for it; other digital pianos in the price range didn't have pitch bender or modulation wheel, which are nice to have for a midi controller. The factory piano and electric piano sounds are not good, but I guess I wasn't expecting anything that great. It's more or less a moot point if you use the keyboard with software like Reason. It's a heavy keyboard (70+ lbs.) so I'm not sure it's practical as a gigging keyboard. The weighted keys are nice. Overall, I'm pleased with it and I think it's a good value for the price.

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    5.0

    Fantastic

    By Mr. Awesome-fdD0F

    from Chicago, IL

    Comments about Williams Encore Digital Piano:

    I have had this keyboard for some time. It is much heavier than expected...but thats what you get with a fully weighted 88-key keyboard. So far I am extremely happy with this product. The only thing it could use is a "draw bar organ" voice. I tried this and the Casio CDP-100 out and found that the Casio has a better acoustic piano sound and feel. But it didn't have the same features such as the 30 voices and recorder. If your looking for something in this price range I feel the Casio and this is the best two out there. But when deciding on which one you have to sacrifice authenticity with features, and in my opinion the features outweigh the small difference in authenticity.So in conclusion, BUY IT!

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    4.0

    enjoying it so far

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Williams Encore Digital Piano:

    not too bad at all. i used to have a beat up fender rhodes and was wanting to get something new since i had to ditch it. as a guitar player i wasn't going to spend a lot of money on a piano, but still wanted something nice. this seems to deliver...pretty nice sounds, good control. the action is of course not as sensitive as a real piano, but you dont have to kill yourself and at least the weitherd keys feel pretty real.overall, im pleased for the price. i didnt want to get a plastic chintzy feeling keyboard either, so this feels like a real piano under your fingers. 88 keys is nice, and mostly, the grand piano sound is right on, harpsichord, vibes, and jazz organ are all real nice sounding.heavier than i'd like, but since i wont be gigging with it, for a home piano, its pretty great, and of course way smaller than the real thing.

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