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$92.15 list($198.99)
1. Digital LCD Pocket Rollup 49 Keys
Too low to display list($699.99)
2. Casio Privia 88-Key Digital Piano
Too low to display list($999.99)
3. Casio PX-500L Privia 88 Key Digital
$759.99 list($799.99)
4. Casio PX-400R Privia Digital Piano
$699.99 list($1,499.95)
5. Casio PS20 88 Key Digital Piano
$599.99 list($799.95)
6. Casio PX-300 Digital Piano
$499.99 list($899.00)
7. Williams ETUDE Console Piano
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$799.99 list($1,499.99)
9. Valdesta Classico 750 Digital
$599.00 list($849.00)
10. Casio Privia PX300 Digital Piano
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$949.99 list($1,499.99)
13. Casio AP38 88 Note Digital Piano
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$1,699.95 list($2,165.00)
15. Nord Electro 2 Seventy-Three Stage
$699.00 list($1,495.00)
16. Williams Concerto 88H Digital
$849.00 list($1,395.00)
17. Kurzweil SP88X
$2,699.99 list($7,495.00)
18. Valdesta Concerto 500 Digital
$3,499.99 list($11,995.00)
19. Valdesta Concerto 1000 4'2" Digital
$2,799.99 list($4,499.00)
20. Casio AL150R Digital Piano w/Lighted

1. Digital LCD Pocket Rollup 49 Keys Music Piano Keyboard
by teltime
list price: $198.99
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Asin: B0008GLWE4
Catlog: Musical Instruments
Manufacturer: teltime
Sales Rank: 315
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Product Description

Retail Price: $198.99 in Mail Order. ... Read more

Features

  • 100% Brand New Item in Box
  • 49 Standard Keys,100 Electrical Tones & 4 Octave in ONE
  • Operates on Batteries or AC Power
  • Built in Speaker with Volume Control + Plug in jack for earphones or external speakers
  • FREE durable zipper travel bag, AC Adaptor & instruction manual

2. Casio Privia 88-Key Digital Piano (PX-100)
by Casio
list price: $699.99
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Asin: B0001Q25P6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 12449
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The slim, compact design of the Casio Privia 88-Key Digital Piano is so lightweight you can take it with you anywhere! The scaled hammer-action keyboard offers touch sensitivity, and the New Sound Source feature rivals the sound quality of an actual grand piano. Features auto-accompaniment; primary tones including strings and pipe organ; lesson assemble functions that enhance your practice sessions; and song playback up to 5,200 notes. There are 8 effects (4 each reverbs and choruses); a built-in music library; 30 preloaded tunes plus enough memory storage for 10 downloadable songs; 32-note polyphonic; 8 tones; 140 preset rhythms including 20 piano and 16 user; 156 one-touch presets; SmartMedia Data Storage; and much more. Imported. ... Read more

Features

  • Also includes strings, pipe organ, and other tones, 10 in total
  • 88-Key Scaled Hammer Action keyboard with touch sensitivity
  • Sound Source rivals the sound quality of a grand piano
  • Auto-Accompaniment provides exciting dynamic and realistic background arrangements for pop, jazz, rock, and other genres
  • Complete orchestral accompaniment on command

Reviews (5)

4-0 out of 5 stars Keyboard's Great, Would Like Better AC Converter
I love this digital piano. Unlike my electronic keyboard, when I play the Privia it feels and sounds just like a real piano. It has other tones, of course, including a beautiful strings section sound. But if you want to play a piano, expressing yourself in each note, then this is an excellent way to go.

My only complaint is the power converter. You're supposed to unplug it when the piano is off. It apparently draws power from your AC even when the piano itself is turned off. And that's a nuisance. So I've got the converter plugged into a power panel that has an on-off switch. That seems to do the trick.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best value available.
I'm not raving about this instrument--there are a lot of others I'd rather own.

But you can't get those, complete with furniture-grade stand, for $500 like you can this one--if your a member of everyone's favorite warehouse club based in Kirkland, WA.

Key action is decent, if a little light. Doesn't take long to accustom yourself to it. Samples are quite good, for such a cheap piece. Not long ago, you couldn't get piano sound this good from the $6000 Kurzweils, Rolands and Yamahas. Now everybody's got a new, improved piano sample, and they just keep getting bigger and better.

If you've been waiting for quality and price to converge at a point where it just makes sense to not go without a piano anymore, this might be your ticket. Any player will tell you you really need a real piano if you're really going to play. But as a low-budget piano alternative that doubles as a really fancy MIDI controller for your computerized composition needs, this thing is state of the art.

Of course, with something this small, if you really want the full range of the excellent piano sounds in its chip, you'll have to plug it into something a bit more substantial than its little bitty speakers. But for their size, these speakers don't do too bad. The sounds are stereo, giving a nice depth of field and providing a really good background with decent PA equipment. Much better than any of us had a right to expect from a $500 piece of gear in years gone by.

Mine is quite new, so I can't make any pronouncements as to longevity yet. But since it's sitting where it's likely to stay, this piano is likely to outlast those that get used for gigs.

Before this Privia line came out, I couldn't imagine using anything that said 'Casio' for performance. But if I were still gigging, I'd consider getting a road case for the PX-100 and putting it on my rack as one of the primary controllers--and I might even use its piano sample.

I'll say it once more: for $500 including a very nice stand, you can't go wrong. Use your favorite aftermarket pedal, though. The mouse that comes with this thing is a bit difficult.

5-0 out of 5 stars Love it!
Just bought myself a Christmas present and this is it. I've played the piano since I was seven. A "real" piano is space- and cost-prohibitive for me right now but this is as close as you can get to the real thing and it's great! Since I'm a piano-playing purist, all the bells and whistles on this baby are new to me so I'm having fun discovering all the extra features. But the feel and sound are fantastic. I also bought the wooden stand for it, and it looks like a nice piece of furniture. Putting it together was easy (I did it by myself despite the directions to have two people put it together). Now if they could package this with a piano bench I would be really, really happy. And here's a hint...you can save some $ by buying this on the online store of a well-known warehouse store (yes, that one). You'll have to pay shipping but you'll still come out ahead.

1-0 out of 5 stars BUYER BEWARE
I bought this item & the transpose function didn't work - might be a problem w/ the product - I know someone else who has the same problem.So, I sent it in for repair per their instructions.But, Casio repair service is the worst I've ever seen. They're even worse than Best Buy & that's pretty bad. They rec'd my item for warranty work on 11/23/04. At first I was told the turnaround for the repair was 5-10 business days. Then I was told that starts from the log date. THEN, I was told that it's 10-15 business days from the log date!!! They didn't even get around to logging it in until 12/7/04!!! They had the product 9 business days prior to even logging it in!!! I may never see my product again. So beware, if you purchase something from them, I hope you never have to have it repaired!

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best
I am obsessed with this keyboard. Why? Because it's the first one that I've seen and played so far that has PERFECT weighting on the keys, beautiful sound, and a GREAT price. This keyboard has been on my wishlist for a while now, ever since I first saw it at Sam's. I just want to reiterate how well Casio has done with this keyboard - While there are a limited range of tones available on the PX-100, there are plenty of features for someone who is like me - If you want the feel of a real piano with the weight of an electronic keyboard, this is the keyboard you want to look at. I just couldn't help but fall in love with the keys on this baby, I've played on keyboards with weighted keys before, but this one just takes the cake - The keys are weighted propertly, they spring back like they should, and the weight is ranged just right - the lower keys are just the slightest bit heavier than the higher end. This thing is a DREAM to play! Featuring midi input/output ports, two headphone jacks, pedal port and everything I've talked about so far, this keyboard is definitely something to look at if you want the warmth and feel of a real piano at the price and portability of an electronic keyboard. I highly reccomend this keyboard! ... Read more


3. Casio PX-500L Privia 88 Key Digital Piano
by Casio
list price: $999.99
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Asin: B00029U0YU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 19937
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Features

  • 80 tunes built into the music library
  • 88-Key Scaled Hammer Action keyboard with touch sensitivity
  • Key features Stereo sampling, Dual-element system, Layer function, Split function
  • Terminals: Headphone x 2, MIDI IN, MIDI OUT, Damper Pedal Soft, Sostenuto pedal
  • 120 rhythm patterns to play with

4. Casio PX-400R Privia Digital Piano with 88 Full-Size Keys and Grand Piano Touch (Stand Included)
by Casio
list price: $799.99
our price: $759.99
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Asin: B0002L59TO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 6793
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Recording ; General MIDI, 32-note polyphony; 2 way bass -reflex speakers
  • 256 Tones, 8 Digital Effects
  • Metronome, 120 Music Patterns
  • Smart Media Slot and USB Interfaceand Big, easy-to-read LCD Screen
  • New HL Sound Source for rich Palette of Tones; dual element tone system

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Attention Pros: Huge Bang-for-the-Buck!
As a professional pianist/organist for nearly a half-century, I can tell you this: Casio has floored me with this keyboard!One usually associates the name "Casio" with entry-level toys.Not so the Privia series; these 'boards are the real deal.While all the available sounds are more than acceptable, the acoustic pianos are particularly fine.But the real stunners are the electric pianos; from the "60's" Wurlitzer-like patch to an authentic Rhodes and a very serviceable Yamaha DX/TX "digital" piano, I could scarcely believe my ears -- especially at this price!Loads of extras come with the Privia (especially the 400R), including usable effects and a decent split/layer setup.So far, the only downside (for me, anyway) is the number of steps necessary to convert the 'board to an external controller (I regularly use the piano to control the lower manual of a full Hammond setup); it would be nice to be able to set up a patch that could be accessed via one or two buttons, similar to a Roland, Kurweil or Yamaha piano/controller.

With the holidays fast approaching, the Privia is going to get a real workout.This is the true test of a keyboard -- how it holds up to all that schlepping ("The road is a hard mistress!").Guess we'll have to wait and see... ... Read more


5. Casio PS20 88 Key Digital Piano
by Casio
list price: $1,499.95
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Asin: B0002D0G86
Catlog: Musical Instruments
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 99
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Product Description

The new design of the 88-key PS-20 minimizes overall size while maintaining the grace and elegance required of a fine grand piano. The result is a configuration that fits right into a living room or just about anywhere else. The PS-20 provides realistic acoustic piano sounds using digital processing of sampled tones. The hammer action keyboard sports a choice of three velocity levels.Looks good, sounds awesome - great buy! ... Read more

Features

  • 88-note weighted keyboard (hammer-type action)
  • 64-note polyphonic
  • 8 tones: Grand Piano 1/2, Piano 1/2, Electric Piano 1.2; Harpsichord; Vibraphone
  • Reverb (Room, Stage and Hall settings) and chorus effects
  • Real-Time Memory-2 songs, 2500 notes

6. Casio PX-300 Digital Piano
by Casio
list price: $799.95
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Asin: B0002E3BH8
Catlog: Musical Instruments
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 1455
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Product Description

Casio's new PX Series Digital Pianos are stylish, compact and affordable. They provide authentic piano sound and feel in your room or just about anywhere else. The professional-level sound and keyboard touch give you all the quality you'd expect from a full concert grand. The new HL Sound Source comes programmed with stereo samples of a world-renowned full concert grand piano for beautifully rich piano tones. A "dual-element" tone system uses separate samples for strong key pressure and light key pressure for rich, amazingly realistic grand piano sound. A spring-less hammer system that is similar to the one used by grand pianos provides a keyboard touch that is naturally firm. Lower notes play relatively heavier than higher notes, just like the keys on a grand piano. Everything about the PX Series is designed and built to produce true concert grand piano sound and feel.168 tones specially selected for stage performanceAuto-accompaniment with advanced accompaniment patterns that cover a wide range of genresVersatile connection terminals to support stage performances, studio sessions, DTM, and moreStereo Sampled Dual-element HL (High-compressed Large-waveform) Sound SourceScaled Hammer Action KeyboardMusic Library: The Music Library includes a choice of 25 tunes for lessons and listening enjoyment. (A score book is included*.) Lesson function (Right or left hand part off): You can turn off the left hand part or right part during playback of a Mu... ... Read more

Features

  • Privia PX300 Digital Piano
  • PX300 includes strings, pipe organ, and other tones
  • Memory Recording and Playback make the lesson and composing sessions more productive

7. Williams ETUDE Console Piano
by Williams
list price: $899.00
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Asin: B0002IP4TC
Catlog: Musical Instruments
Manufacturer: Williams
Sales Rank: 1243
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The sound from this 88-key semi-weighted keyboard via the dual 2-way 100W speaker system is so rich you can close your eyes and easily confuse it with the real thing. 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. Includes console stand (assembly required). ... Read more

Features

  • 88-key semi-weighted keys (4 types of touch sensitivity)
  • 2x40W power
  • 2x6-1/2" woofers and 2x2" tweeters
  • 32-note polyphony
  • 8 voices (piano, electric piano, clavichord, harpsichord, pipe organ, vibes, strings, and guitar)

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars AMAZING DEAL FOR ALL SKILL LEVELS!
I just recently got my Williams Etude, and I love it. It's comfortable, has a variety of features, and has a lovely sound.

For reference, I am a classically trained pianist. I am 24 years old, and have been playing since I was 5.

The only complaint I have is that the keys aren't as touch sensitive as I would have preferred, but this feature is adjustable. Although, if you are playing a piece that jumps from pp to ff, you might have a problem executing that for it to sound the way it's written.

But all in all, this piano is an outstanding deal! ... Read more


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9. Valdesta Classico 750 Digital Piano Black/Dark Rosewood
by Valdesta
list price: $1,499.99
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Asin: B0002FOBZS
Catlog: Musical Instruments
Manufacturer: Valdesta
Sales Rank: 284
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Product Description

The Valdesta Classico 750 is THE ultra-affordable digital piano featuring 88 Full Weighted Keys and a simulated black satin finish. This piano also goes well beyond the basics, providing PCM sampled sounds, a two-track recorder, headphone output for silent play, MIDI for computer connectivity, a full modesty panel, 3 full-function pedals, a sliding key cover and a 40 watt sound system. Includes a free dark rosewood piano bench, $100 value! ... Read more

Features

  • 88-note weighted keyboard with touch sensitivity
  • 14 Sounds
  • 32 Note Polyphony
  • 3 levels of touch sensitivity
  • Whole/Split/Dual modes

10. Casio Privia PX300 Digital Piano
by Casio
list price: $849.00
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Asin: B0002FOTOG
Catlog: Musical Instruments
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 1113
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The slim and compact configuration of Privia allows it to fit easily into virtually any interior environment. With its compact design, and each model weighing about 28.7 lbs, it can go almost anywhere you do. When not in use, the Privia can be easily stored in a closet, under a bed, or in other compact locations where other digital pianos won't fit. ... Read more

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars excellent value, can't do better for this price
I did quite a bit of research before finally buying this keyboard.

It has better key-feel than all similarly priced models I tried and better than many higher priced models.

I ended up with the 300 specifically because I like its streamline look, and it's all black/gray/white, no wood finish, which I like.

Instead of buying the furniture stand made for it, I have it on a cheap X frame stand which is adequate and makes it easy to move.Since the keyboard itself is less than 30 lbs, seemed a shame to lock it into a furniture type stand.

Bottom line: highly recommended.

5-0 out of 5 stars Casio Privia PX-300 Digital Piano
I own this item and have to say that the quality and value are on the up and up. The best sound is the default grand piano: very responsive, very realistic. Now, there are better piano sounds out there, but to get them you'll have to pay at least twice to three times as much. And, even then you may only get a slightly better quality sound over this unit. Really, for this price range the Casio is the way to go!

If I could change anything, it would be the speakers; they need to be a little bigger/louder. The sustain foot-pedal should also be a bit more substantial. As for the things I like, the stereo line outs are helpful so you can plug into an external amp. The headphone jack is good to keep from bothering others. The ability to transpose the piano into different keys is great! Visual appeal of the unit is very good: futuristic and streamlined, but not ostentatious.

For the beginner/intermediate looking for a decent piano in both sound and feel, and for the pro looking for an easily transportable practice (and perhaps even gigging) unit, this is it. No other full size piano to date is so mobile. Casio really put a lot of effort into this instrument and it shows. ... Read more


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13. Casio AP38 88 Note Digital Piano with Stand
by Casio
list price: $1,499.99
our price: $949.99
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Asin: B0002CZSUS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 19461
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Product Description

A stereo-sampled dual-element ZPI sound source includes separate waveforms for strong key pressure and light key pressure, which accentuates the differences between the sounds produced by each. Multiple stereo samples are also taken of tones produced by an acoustic grand, from the low range to the high range. Notes remain natural sounding and realistic from the moment a key is pressed until the note decays, providing you with sound quality that is virtually identical to that of an acoustic grand piano.The keyboard is designed for a heavier feel in the lower range and a lighter feel in the high range, for a touch that is just like that of an acoustic piano. The keyboard does not use springs, and its action is provided by hammer weight for a truly authentic piano feel.The CELVIANO's Music Library includes a choice of 50 tunes for lessons and listening enjoyment. (A score book is included.)You can turn off the left hand part or right part during playback of a Music Library tune, and play along with the remaining part.88 KEYS with TOUCH RESPONSE: (3 sensitivity levels, off)16 TonesLayer / Split17 DIGITAL EFFECTS : 8 reverbs, 8 choruses, brillianceMetronome50 Lesson TunesSONG MEMORY : 2 tracks, 1 song, up to 8,000 notes, real-time recordingFour 2-way speakers provide rich and exquisite piano sound.64-note polyphony (max.)16 demonstration tunesPedals : 3 (soft, sostenuto, damper)Comes with a score book Slide type keyboard c... ... Read more

Features

  • Polyphony (maximum): 64-Note
  • Casio AP38 Features:
  • Headphone Jacks: 2
  • Watts Per Side: 20 Watts
  • MIDI: Yes

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15. Nord Electro 2 Seventy-Three Stage Piano/Organ
by Nord
list price: $2,165.00
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Asin: B0002E1OSG
Catlog: Musical Instruments
Manufacturer: Nord
Sales Rank: 4701
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The Nord Electro 2 is the next big step in the development of the Nord Electro series of stage keyboards. Among the features of the Electro 2 you'll find the new Mega Clavinet sound which offers all the filter and pick-up variations of the original Clavinet D6! This means that you'll be able to access no less than 60 + 4 different Clavinet D6 sounds in the Electro 2!Thanks to the remade piano sample playback engine, the polyphony for the piano sounds is now greatly enhanced. The new piano sample playback engine also made it possible for Nord to digitally model the sounds you get when you release keys on a piano instrument. For example, the Clavinet and the Wurlitzer have very characteristic key release sounds. In Nord Electro 2 this is very faithfully modeled. The new sample playback engine also allows for playback of stereo pianos. In the new factory sound library Clavia has included a great new Acoustic Grand piano - in stereo. The Electro 2 also features great new vintage-style effects in the Effects section. Nord has also beefed up the Overdrive distortion to sound more like an overdriven tube amplifier.Nord Electro 2 fully supports USB download of Nord Electro piano samples. Now you will be able to download new piano instrument samples using Nord's specially developed Electro Tool sample dump program for Mac and PC! Additional piano sounds are available on the CD-R that comes with the Nord Electro 2 and also for download at www.clavia.se - free of charge! More... ... Read more

Features

  • The organ in the Electro 2 is based on a digital simulation of the mechanical tone wheels of the B-3 organ
  • It offers innovative solutions to mimic the typical B-3 sound, for example:
  • A complex digital model of the original chorus and vibrato scanner
  • Modeling of the individual random contact bounces for each partial
  • Modeling of the unique frequency characteristics of the built-in pre-amplifier

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Absolutely great keyboard
I've been using this fine keyboard for over a year. Your audience may notice little more than the cool red color, but if you have any experience with instruments that emulate electro-mechanical keyboards and organs, you will realize right away that this is a truly fantastic product. The semi-weighted keyboard action is excellent. The controls are very easy to understand and use. I find the number of knobs to be a good compromise to satisfy both players who prefer to just call up presets, and players who like to modulate their sounds constantly. The "virtual drawbar" concept is very elegantly implemented -- it's a snap to adjust sounds, and the presets provided cover a good gamut of organ tones, from very mellow and smooth to highly modulated, ultra-beefy shrieks. The other instruments (grand piano, Yamaha C3 electric grand, Fender Rhodes, clav, and Wurlitzer electric piano) are super authentic. The unit looks good, and is rather light for its size. Also, Nord makes a padded gig bag for this keyboard which is really, really nice, with straps that let you wear the keyboard on your back -- very handy when you've also got to lug an amp and a keyboard stand! For keyboard players that are "purists" in the sense of only playing traditional keyboard sounds, this is the perfect gigging keyboard. ... Read more


16. Williams Concerto 88H Digital Console Piano
by Williams
list price: $1,495.00
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Asin: B0002H0R6I
Catlog: Musical Instruments
Manufacturer: Williams
Sales Rank: 5346
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Product Description

Hammer-action console piano combines realistic sounds with superb playability. 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. 25W dual speaker system. ... Read more

Features

  • 88 hammer keys
  • 38-note polyphony (max)
  • 147 voices
  • 99 styles + 1 metronome
  • 10 demo songs

17. Kurzweil SP88X
by Kurzweil
list price: $1,395.00
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Asin: B0002M6ARI
Catlog: Musical Instruments
Manufacturer: Kurzweil
Sales Rank: 7561
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Product Description

The new SP Series Stage Pianos are the performance keyboards you've been waiting for. Well-constructed and affordable, these stage pianos have everything you need. The SP Series comes in lightweight 76 and 88 key semi-weighted action models, plus an 88 note fully weighted action model. The Stage Pianos have the award-winning Kurzweil sounds and transmit on two, user-selectable, independent MIDI channels. Put your music on stage with this new model of performance piano from Kurzweil, the leader in sound technology. ... Read more

Features

  • 88 note fully weighted action keyboard
  • Sounds Include: Award winning Grand Piano Dual-Hardness Tine Electric Piano FM Electric Piano Ensemble Strings Tone Wheel Organ
  • 2 independent external MIDI zones + 1 internal MIDI zone

18. Valdesta Concerto 500 Digital Baby Grand High Gloss Mahogany
by Valdesta
list price: $7,495.00
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Asin: B0002KX73A
Catlog: Musical Instruments
Manufacturer: Valdesta
Sales Rank: 8254
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Product Description

Designed for the player who appreciates the marriage of elegance and technology. The all wood cabinet, in high gloss ebony is a piece of Italian design conceived to adapt softly and elegantly to any distinct setting. Apart from elegance, the piano's lines and dimensions are designed to comply to the strictest rules of the European piano-making tradition. Comes complete with matching bench. ... Read more

Features

  • 88 Grand Response full hammer action keys to enable development of finger strength and dexterity
  • Simple user-friendly layout
  • 10 professional quality sounds include Concert Hall Piano, Electric Piano, Baroque Harpsichord, Nylon Guitar, Orchestral Strings, Concert Choir, Cathedral Pipe Organ
  • Three full function pedals
  • 64 Note Polyphony

19. Valdesta Concerto 1000 4'2" Digital Grand Piano High Gloss Black
by Valdesta
list price: $11,995.00
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Asin: B0007CGNOI
Catlog: Musical Instruments
Manufacturer: Valdesta
Sales Rank: 7033
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Product Description

The Concerto 1000 combines the elegant characteristics of a baby grand piano with the benefits of a feature-packed ensemble digital piano. 144 built-in rhythm styles, over 500 different professional quality sounds (including Yamaha's XG sound set), programmable effects, a 3.5" disk drive PLUS an all-wood hand polished baby grand cabinet with brass plated pedals, dual-prop lifting piano lid, roll top key cover, one-piece brass hinge, and split brass caster wheels...even a matching bench! ... Read more

Features

  • 88 hammer action keys for incredible piano action precision
  • 144 Built in rhythm styles
  • 500+ Professional quality sounds
  • 64 Note Polyphony
  • All Wood construction hand polished in High Gloss Black finish, brass plated pedals and knobs, lifting dual-prop piano lid and roll top key cover. Includes matching bench.

20. Casio AL150R Digital Piano w/Lighted Keys (Gloss Black)
by Casio
list price: $4,499.00
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Asin: B0007PKMB0
Catlog: Musical Instruments
Manufacturer: Casio
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Product Description

Now, for the first time, an instrument has been created that truly delivers the joy of playing the piano to anyone who has ever dreamed of learning to play. Authentic tones, carefully sampled from a concert grand piano mate with an all-new Naturally Scaled Hammer Action to provide for a most realistic and satisfying musical experience. An Advanced Lesson System featuring a remarkable dual-color Key-Lighting keyboard provides a powerful, yet easy to use teaching tool that will help make your dreams of piano proficiency come true.  The AL-150R is a totally new concept in digital pianos that will bring musical enjoyment to your home for many years to come. The AL-150R provides you with 64-notes of polyphony to easily accommodate sustained passages and complex arrangements. To ensure clear, rich authentic sound, Casio's Zygotech Polynomial Interpolation (ZPI) utilizes fortissmo and pianissimo samples of a fine concert grand piano, recorded across the entire range of the keyboard. SpecificationsKeyboard: 88 KeysAction: Naturally Scaled Hammer Action KeyboardGuide Systems: Dual-Color Key Lighting System (On/Off), Voice Fingering Guide, On-Screen Fingering GuideTouch Response: 3 Sensitivity Levels, OffMaximum Polyphony: 64-NoteTones: 271 (63 Panel Tones, 128 GM Tones, 70 Variation Tones, 10 Drum Sets)Rhythms: 100Auto-Accompaniment: Include Bass, Rhythm, Chorus, Intros, Ending and FillsMetronome: Built-InMusic Li... ... Read more


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