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Williams Rhapsody 2 88-Key Console Digital Piano
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- Elegant PVC wood-like finish for great looks in any decor 88 hammer-action, fully weighted keys provides outstanding feel and response 12 high-definition custom sounds on 32 Mbyte sample ROM - (2) Grand Pianos - Grand for classical performances and Bright for rock-n-roll - (2) Electric Pianos - (2) Organs - (1) Nylon Guitar - (1) Upright Bass - (1) Electric Bass - (1) Strings - (1) Synth Pad - (1) Vibes Sustain and Sostenuto pedals for realistic playa
- The Williams Rhapsody 2 digital piano fills your home or studio with impressive looks, great sound, realistic feel and plenty of features
- Rhapsody 2 is built around 12 custom sounds crafted from a world-renown grand piano, vintage electric pianos, organs, strings, synths and more
- The new and improved weighted keybed provides a higher standard in realistic response and feel
- Modulation/FX control provides realistic rotary and vibrato effects on select instruments
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Rhapsody 2 88-Key Console Digital Piano. The Williams Rhapsody 2 digital piano fills your home or studio with impressive looks, great sound, realistic feel and plenty of features. Rhapsody 2 is built around 12 custom sounds crafted from a world-renown grand piano, vintage electric pianos, organs, strings, synths and more. The new and improved weighted keybed provides a higher standard in realistic response and feel. Modulation/FX control provides realistic rotary and vibrato effects on select instruments. Includes 12 demo songs, USB MIDI port, 2-track recorder, and convenient features such as split/layer, transpose, metronome, plus separate headphone and stereo out jacks.
Top Customer Reviews
on June 25, 2016
Great beginner piano. We bought this for our kids and so far it's held up to the abuse they've put it through. Sound is great. Love the vintage organ sounds. Don't think we could have found a better piano for the price.
on June 3, 2016
I do not consider this a "Digital Piano" but rather a Digital Keyboard. The piano sound is not authentic. It sounds LIKE a piano, but it doesn't have the same crisp piano sound that a Clavinova or a Yamaha, or another type of keyboard would have, but you would have to pay >$1000 for. I play advanced piano pieces, (i.e. Chopin, Rachmaninov, etc) so I am a bit of a connoisseur, and the piano sound is very muffled and sounds like it is in a box. I bought this to replace a Yamaha keyboard I have that is on the fritz, but this keyboard's piano sound is very inferior to the Yamaha's sound. That being said, I have a household of children who are beginner pianists and they will benefit greatly from this. The keys of this keyboard are bigger than that of the yamaha, closer to the size of real piano keys. The weighted action is good, but the keys are soft to play and don't have the same action as a real piano, but for beginners it feels closer to a real piano. It will come in useful for my family. It handles OK for advanced pieces. It does play chords, but the bigger and faster the chords are played (Like the booming chords of Rachmaninov's G minor Prelude), the choppier it will sound. It can handle fast passages of music and can have good dynamics. The pedal action is good. In conclusion, I don't think it is a bad keyboard, it is well designed and does what it is designed to do. It's good for beginners. But if you want crisp clear piano sound and action, be prepared to spend the money it takes to get a Yamaha, Kawai, Clavinova, etc. The kids like to play it and like to use the other sounds.
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