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Williams ETUDE Console Piano

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The sound from the 88-key Williams ETUDE Console Piano is so rich you can close your eyes and easily confuse it with the real thing. The semiweighted...Click To Read More About This Product

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Full grand piano sound plus a whole lot more at a fraction of the price, size, and weight.

The sound from the 88-key Williams ETUDE Console Piano is so rich you can close your eyes and easily confuse it with the real thing. The semiweighted keyboard uses dual 2-way 100W speakers. 64-note polyphony ensures a totally natural sound while 8 voices include electric piano, harpsichord, pipe organ, strings, and more. Dual sustain, reverb, chorus, touch, and voice controls combine with an internal metronome; realtime digital recording; soft, sostenuto, and sustain pedals; and headphone jack. The Williams ETUDE Console Piano includes console stand (assembly required).

FEATURES
88 semiweighted keys (4 types of touch sensitivity)
2x40W power
2x6-1/2" woofers and 2x2" tweeters
64-note polyphony
8 voices (piano, electric piano, clavichord, harpsichord, pipe organ, vibes, strings, and guitar)
Dual sustain, reverb, chorus, touch, and voice controls
Internal metronome
Realtime digital recording (3,000 notes)
Soft, sostenuto, and sustain pedals
Headphone jacks (2)
MIDI in/out
Line out jack
Pedal input
Includes console stand
SPECIFICATIONS
Ships in 2 boxes
Shipping dimensions and weight: 5" x 22" x 13", 99 lbs. and 55" x 13" x 7-1/2", 40 lbs.
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4.3

(based on 21 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Good price for a budgeted person

I recommended this digital piano for a start-up church in our community. Since they have pretty tight budget, this piano meets their current needs. The keyboard is pretty heavy (75 pounds) and...Read complete review

I recommended this digital piano for a start-up church in our community. Since they have pretty tight budget, this piano meets their current needs. The keyboard is pretty heavy (75 pounds) and need two men to lift up and assemble it. The sound of the piano is beautiful and it is hard to tell from the real baby grand piano. The piano has strong base and is only good for playing with other music instruments plus a 30 people church choir. One thing to complain is that two speakers are under the keyboard. You may need to connect the piano to extra speakers when you need louder sound. Overall, it is a good digital piano for a small church choir.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Not much on quality

I purchased the Williams TG 8860 and didn't keep it a day before returning it. I wasn't sure if it was defective or just a very poor quality. I know that is was...Read complete review

I purchased the Williams TG 8860 and didn't keep it a day before returning it. I wasn't sure if it was defective or just a very poor quality. I know that is was inexpensive, but the piano sounds seemed to me as if they faded in and out. I'm not sure if it's that I am more used to Korg and Yamaha products, or that it just has a different feel. The "hammer action" of the keyboard reminded me of the old organ-type response of the 80's boards. The best part of the product, in general, was the cabinet that it was in. I really wasn't expecting much for the price, and I bought it to use for a practice piano at home. But I felt that it really wasn't useful to me, even for that. Probably would be ok for a child's "beginner" piano. I'm not usually that hard to please, but I found it to be completely unuseful for me, and even the "piano" sound seemed to be all but "Blaring" out through the "inexpensive" 100 watt speaker system? HMMM???

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Good price for a budgeted person

By Sapphire

from Columbia, MD

I recommended this digital piano for a start-up church in our community. Since they have pretty tight budget, this piano meets their current needs. The keyboard is pretty heavy (75 pounds) and need two men to lift up and assemble it. The sound of the piano is beautiful and it is hard to tell from the real baby grand piano. The piano has strong base and is only good for playing with other music instruments plus a 30 people church choir. One thing to complain is that two speakers are under the keyboard. You may need to connect the piano to extra speakers when you need louder sound. Overall, it is a good digital piano for a small church choir.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Value, Value, Value

By Smoke Ring

from Long Beach, CA

The economical value of the Etude is in a class of it's own. This unit gives you the TRUE piano sound without the baby grand price. The semi wieghted keys could be slightly heavier, yet still have a much better feel than an electronic keyboard. The touch sensitivity is adjustable and responsive. I would reccomend this prouduct for apartment renter's, beginners, and people who just want to play.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

For beginners only

By mike-L_frr

from San Antonio TX

This is Generally a good piano for beginners. No real key weighting. The semi-weighting means no actual weighting mechanism, just springs. velocity sensitivity is a bit difficult to get the hang of and the sound system could really use an EQ. in dual voice mode, The strings are out of tune with the rest of the voices. The grand piano sounds pretty authentic but the studio piano is horrible. circutry is sensitive to humidity and temprature and in my case has caused the left speaker to distort. Other than that, this is a beautiful instrument with big sound. A novice would appreciate it much more than a pro. Plenty of features and big sound for anyone to have fun on and even good for entertaining.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Williams ETUDE Console Piano

By JessicaT

from North Salt Lake, UT

I've been playing piano for about four years, and being a newlywed, couldn't afford a nice piano. I bought the Williams ETUDE Console Piano and was pleasantly surprised! It has a good look to it and looks more like a piano than a keyboard. It fits nicely in my apartment, and although it doesn't have the best sound quality, it is perfect for me right now. I really like it!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Wonderful piano!

By Mom of student

from Southwest

I just received the Williams ETUDE and am very pleased with it. I purchased it for my 10 year old daughter who has been taking piano lessons for about 6 months now. It was time for something with pedals and 88 keys versus the basic keyboard she had been practicing with.I didn't want to spend thousands of dollars, but still wanted something that would look nice in the living room and offer excellent quality for her to continue to learn from.This is it! I am very pleased and both kids already have the hang of the piano and its recording functions. The quality is wonderful. You can't beat the price! It was super easy to set up and sounds great!

 
5.0

A Great Buy for the church

By Jimmy-QkNu-

from Jemison, AL

Our church just bought the Williams Etude Piano and it sounds and looks great. We had searched for a new piano for many months. We were very well pleased with the quality and value of this digital piano.

 
5.0

It's great

By John from Madison

from Madison, WI

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No, it doesn't have the best quality build, the weighting is pretty light and the features are minimal. But it sounds good, there is some weighting on the keys, and the price is outstanding. You can't get anything like it for near the price. I play it everyday.

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Excellent Piano!

By Lolly

from Houston, TX

I just got my piano two days ago and am in love with it. I didn't know what to expect with the low price, but was amazed when I saw the piano and played it. I had never wanted a digital piano because I preferred a regular piano but needed a digital since I live in an apartment and didn't want to disturb the neighbors. I forget that this is a digital piano when I'm playing it. The quality of this piano is excellent -- far exceeds the price; the cabinet is beautiful; the touch and sound are incredible. This piano is great for my needs, and anyone that needs a piano for practice purposes would be pleased with this piano. I would recommend it to anyone!

 
2.0

KEEP AWAY FROM THIS!!

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

This product is cheap and has a lot of features, but it sucks!! I have been playing pianos, electric and normal, for basically all my life. I got this as a gift for a beginner friend, and tested it out first. Nothing is good. Its a flimsy, bad sounding piece of plastic. The piano sound sounds almost like a harpsichord; the sound had no depth and ring to it like the similarly priced Yamahas and Rolands do. The supposedly "weighted action keys" felt like a keyboard's. Stay away from this..beginners and pros alike. I immediately sent this back. The most important thing in electric pianos, in my opinion, is the sound and the feel of the keys. This piano does not deliver.

 
1.0

Beware of Quality Concerns

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Like many people I was attracted to this piano due to its very affordable price. My problems began soon after setting it up. It initially worked and sounded fine; although not as high quality as some other brands, it was about what I expected for the price. Not two days after purchasing this, the power would occasionally go out. Eventually the piano would hardly ever turn on at all. Naturally I wasn't satisfied and sent it back for an exchange as I still wanted a piano. When the next one came it had power, but the keys on last octave on the bass clef were misaligned. They made a loud clicking sound when played! It was distracting enough that I wanted my money back and swore never to buy a Williams again. Beware with this piano; you may get what you pay for!

 
4.0

Great for Beginning Students

By Piano Lady

from Chicago suburb

I am a piano teacher and many parents of new students do not want to purchase an expensive piano until they know that their student will continue to want to study piano after the first couple of months. I suggest parent's look at the Williams Etude and consider it rather than a keyboard that does not have 88 keys and no pedal, but often costs just a little less than the Etude digital piano. I purchased this piano for my 5 year old granddaughter so that she could start lessons and I would recommend it to other beginning students as it has everything you need. I especially love the Harpsichord setting for playing Bach and Vivaldi. The sound is very close to the real thing on Grand Piano sound and the touch on the keyboard is very similar to my George Steck upright. I would always prefer students have a "mechanical" piano or "real" piano as one of my young students calls mine, but for price and value I recommend the Etude to my new students.I am so used to a the real thing that I tend to hit the keys harder than necessary and I keep the volume high when I play so that I do not hear the slight "click" that playing on plastic keys causes. The Etude has settings so that students can play louder or softer by touch (which is great when teaching dynamics and is something you usually cannot do on a traditional electric keyboard unit). If you can afford a more expensive piano, go for it, but if you want something for around $500 that gives you all the features of more expensive pianos, then the Williams is for you.

 
5.0

it could be better

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I love piano feel and sound in a keyboard for a fair price, and I realize that this is what most brands strive for in their keyboard products. But as you may note, a real piano has both touch sensitivity and 88 wheighted keys. As you see in this keyboard, and many others, it has the great feature of 88 weighted keys, but lacks touch sensitivity.

 
5.0

Piano Fantasy

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I think the piano is a great oppurtunity for people to experience what it is like to play. I own the Williams Etude Digital Piano, and I have had a lot of uses out of it.

 
5.0

really really really great

By Ryan W.-z7bo9

from Fort Worth, Texas

This was probably the BEST piano for the price, Williams should be listed right up there with the best yamahas and rolands. Great weighting on the keys, which, in my opinion, was one of the most important elements.

 
5.0

For Enjoyment & Pleasure, This is It.

By homiej20

from Richford,Vermont

I've waited for 3 years to afford 88 keys. I have been playing on a smaller keyboard. This is a Piano, with Wonderful Sound Quality, Effects and Price. One call and I was playing in 20 minutes. Thanks I don't need to upgrade again now. What a deal.

 
5.0

Etude piano

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I looked in local Music stores at digital piano's and the Etude Console piano was comparable with there more expensive piano's. Etude is made in China (cringe) but most all of digital piano's are now. It was easy to assemble the base and attach the keyboard. An extra set of assembly hardware is included. The look of the cabinet, sound and features make it a great value.

 
5.0

Da best

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I found that it was a fantastic instrument that can be used by people who play both keyboard and piano and is a good instrument for beginners and experts.

 
5.0

SWEET!!!!!!!!!!

By Chris Terrill

from Green Valley

This piano is by far the best piano you will ever buy for this price. It is good for beginers and experts. I have been playing for six years and is the best piano i've ever owned. Thank you musicians friend.

 
2.0

Not much on quality

By darron427

from Holly Springs, MS

I purchased the Williams TG 8860 and didn't keep it a day before returning it. I wasn't sure if it was defective or just a very poor quality. I know that is was inexpensive, but the piano sounds seemed to me as if they faded in and out. I'm not sure if it's that I am more used to Korg and Yamaha products, or that it just has a different feel. The "hammer action" of the keyboard reminded me of the old organ-type response of the 80's boards. The best part of the product, in general, was the cabinet that it was in. I really wasn't expecting much for the price, and I bought it to use for a practice piano at home. But I felt that it really wasn't useful to me, even for that. Probably would be ok for a child's "beginner" piano. I'm not usually that hard to please, but I found it to be completely unuseful for me, and even the "piano" sound seemed to be all but "Blaring" out through the "inexpensive" 100 watt speaker system? HMMM???

 
5.0

Couldn't ask for more

By Implosion

from El Paso, TX

I recently bought this piano and was amazed at how easy it is to set up. I thought it would be flimsy or light, but it wasn't, and it's finish is pretty elegant. As for sound, the keys arent very touch sensitive, that's my only complaint. This piano is great for practice and study.

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