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Casio GP500 Grand Hybrid Digital Piano, Polished Black
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Casio and C Bechstein have merged a classical sound with cutting edge technology to create an instrument that is suited for more advanced players who want to challenge themselves and push their playing forward. This is also a ‘player’s piano’, with an authentic, natural feel that encourages good technique and richer, fuller sounds.
The key feature is the Natural Grand Hammer Action keyboard, made with full-length, wooden keys for ultimate authenticity. The keys are made from premium quality spruce, which is used in the manufacture of grand pianos.
This makes them more ‘familiar’ to the user, reducing the possibility of fingers slipping or becoming tired too quickly. Spruce keys contribute to a natural motion, relaxing the hands and encouraging a more refined playing style.
"This piano is fast becoming my favourite in the store, such a convincing action..if you closed your eyes, you wouldn't know it wasn't an acoustic!"
- Jeff Lincoln, Pianos Manager
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- 88 wooden keys with hammers
- AiR Grand Sound source
- 256-note polyphony (max.)
- 35 Tones
- Audio recording function
- Lid simulation