The Casio CGP 700 BK is known for its smooth, rich and robust sound with string resonance which is powered by AiR Sound technology, an award winning technology together with the Tri-Sensor Hammer Action II keyboard. The Casio CGP- 700 is a sleek and stylish compact grand piano that has been engineered using the latest technology that manifests the real characteristics of a grand piano in every aspect, whether sound, action, performance and specifications. Unlike conventional pianos in it’s price range, this piano offers more for less.
Yamaha’s NP-11 is its entry-level model in its Piaggero series of portable digital piano keyboards. They’ve alternately been called both portable keyboards and digital pianos, although most users felt that for the price, sound quality, size and portability, the NP-11 seemed more like a keyboard and less like a digital piano. The NP-11 features 61 keys and several tone styles in addition to its piano sounds, including strings and guitar.
The Casio PX-150 is a flexible digital instrument featuring 88 weighted keys and impressive sound recreation. Its sound comes from an Acoustic & Intelligent Resonator sound engine that produces an acoustic sound that is true to the real thing. The PX-150 is a part of Casio’s renovated Privia line, and it features many more options to enhance the user’s playing experience. It responds with tri-sensor scaled hammer action and features three levels of touch sensitivity.
Click to view in AmazonThe Yamaha CP1 Digital Stage piano is a premium instrument which is committed to both innovation and tradition. The core sound technology used in the CP series was redesigned from the basic level. This model faithfully recreates the vintage electronic pianos and acoustic sounds with its unique Spectral Component Modeling (SCM) tone […]
The Casio PX-350 is part of Casio’s Privia line of digital pianos. This digital piano offers a keyboard made up of 88 hammer action keys that feature three sensitivity levels. The digital piano is sold with a music stand, a score book, and an SP-3 pedal, and it comes with a long line of special sounds and features. It also builds upon Casio’s Privia tradition of creating an uncannily accurate grand piano sound on a digital piano.