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Kawai ES100 88-key Digital Piano with Speakers
|Price:||$729.99 + $79.95 shipping|
- Dual and Split modes.
- Memory functions allow you to save your favorite sounds and settings for instant recall at any time.
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Shopping for a stage piano? Weighing in at 33 pounds, the Kawai ES100 makes an ideal gigging partner. Kawai's got some cool technology under the hood of this fine instrument. Their Advanced Hammer Action IV-F delivers the feel of a real acoustic piano, while Harmonic Imaging technology delivers impeccable grand piano sound. A hefty 192-note polyphony doesn't hurt, either. To give you increased flexibility, Kawai also included Dual and Split modes. You can even polish your chops with onboard Alfred piano lessons! Order your Kawai ES100 from GearNuts.com today!
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I am a piano major and it was becoming difficult for me to depend on the Steinways at school to get my practice time in. I am also developing my technique and it was imperitive that I had a piano with weighted keys. The hammer action is almost identical to an upright piano and I can honestly say that there is little to no different between switching from the upright to my Kawai at home. I now have the drive to play at home and it is wonderful.
This keyboard also has all 25 Burgmuller etudes for beginner/intermediate players so I suggest picking up the book to follow along and learn the songs.
The piano itself is lightweight. I would recommend getting the proper stand. This piano deserves a proper cradle.
There are 2 1/2 in audio jacks in the front which is rear. No bending around the back for plug ins, and the damper/sustain pedal that it comes with works just fine and gives a great sound.
I am more than happy I made this investment and also proud that my research leading me to this brand gave great results. Sticking with Kawai for my piano needs for sure.
It's been over a year now and I still love my keyboard! The sound and feel are realistic and piano like. For the $$ it's the best value you can get and I searched for months before buying. Although when I purchased this the ES110 wasn't available yet. I'd compare those two before deciding. :)
The Yamaha had a very pleasing sound, but the key action was too soft and did not feel natural. I enjoyed playing on it, but always felt like was playing a digital piano.
The Casio had great key action (if a little stiff) and decent sound from the speakers, but the version I received was simply broken out of the box. After plugged it in, nothing happened. That spooked me a bit and I decided not to try my luck with a replacement.
The Kawai though is simply fantastic. It's by no means a replacement for a real piano (or a professional digital piano), but it's simply is a fantastic digital piano. The speaker sound and key action is better than either the Casio or the Yamaha - it's the first keyboard I used without any gripes at all.
Would heartily recommend it above any of the cheaper models - it's totally worth the extra price.
[A picky item for the organists reading this: The organ sounds all seem to start an octave too high; there's no way to get a growling low organ sound on this. Like I said, it was a picky thing. If you're an organist, you will not like that part of this instrument.]