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Kawai ES110 88-key Digital Piano with Speakers - Gloss Black
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- 88-key Digital Stage Piano with Responsive Hammer Compact Action
- Built-in Stereo Speaker System
- Bluetooth and MIDI ports
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88-key Digital Stage Piano with Responsive Hammer Compact Action, 192-note Polyphony, Bluetooth and MIDI ports, Dual and Split Modes, Onboard Lessons, and Built-in Stereo Speaker System
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My background, coming from a vintage upright pianos and a Yamaha grand piano.
I know that no digital piano will feel like a acoustic.
I've had the privilege to play , Yamaha 115 Yamaha 45, all casios, korg b1, dgx 660, Roland fp30 and many more from my local music shop. Went there for days testing each one.
Best sounding was the es110 .
Best key action = Roland fp30 hands down
ALL Yamaha and ALL Casio not even close acoustic hammer action. But many reviews say its like a real piano , that's the most confusing part .
I just kept this piano because, 1. Tired of returning stuff on amazon. 2. It does sound good 3. Will get used to the heavy action over time. 4. Good resale value. 5. Good features.
1. Wonderful piano sound. I'm a big fan of the Kawai concert grand sound and it's the main reason I went with it over its competitors. To me, it sounds amazing and I get goosebumps listening to myself play on it. The other sounds are okay to play with occasionally.
2. Good key action for price.
3. Easy to move around since it doesn't weigh much (unfortunately, this also means that it's easy for it to shake a bit while playing).
1. Key action is a bit noisy compared to more expensive keyboards.
2. The matte finish of the keys and keyboard make it look a bit cheap to me. It is a very subdued look.
3. The speakers are okay but sound a bit muddy in the low-end. I use headphones most of the time and they work well.
Overall, I recommend this keyboard for the price. Is it better than other pianos under $800? Hard to say. I'm satisfied with it for sure though.
I think the ES110 is a great value for a serious student. You should really practice on a graded weighted keyboard and with this one you could transition to playing a large grand and have almost the same feel. The sound is extremely close to an actual grand piano, and you can half-pedal with a fairly accurate sound (many under $1000 keyboards don't have this feature).
For those on the fence, I absolutely recommend going for this pricier model. I had a hard time justifying it to myself--I've been playing on and off for 15 years, would call myself a low-intermediate player--but there is no way I could go back to a cheaper keyboard. The weighting, sound, and overall feel is too good to pass up if you're planning on playing for more than a year or two--and it's very lightweight, so it'll be easy to take with you if you move.