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#139678 - 07/04/05 12:22 AM Played a Korg EC150 Digital Piano
trident Offline
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Registered: 08/22/04
Posts: 1457
Loc: Athens, Greece
and here's what i saw:
I am not used to piano keys, but these didn't have the "polished" surface a friend's real upright piano has. They had a mat surface. I am not sure i liked it, they seemed they had more pronounced edges.

I was not impressed with the sound either. The sound was the same timbre no matter how hard you hit the keys. No "brighter" sound on playing hard.

It has a fairly loud set of speakers, 3/10 or 4/10 it was good enough.

Has 3 pianos, and a set of others like hammond, church, vibes, clav, guitar, strings etc. Same timbre here.

The girl that owns it is on the last stages in getting a diploma or whatever they call it in piano, so if it suits her...

Well, I wouldn't buy it , since i cannot play the piano, but what do you think? is it really that dull, or I have to get a new set of ears?

#139679 - 07/04/05 07:05 AM Re: Played a Korg EC150 Digital Piano
zuki Offline
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Registered: 09/20/02
Posts: 4205
Hi theodore -

Can't understand why Korg doesn't have a good digital piano. I played several at Sam Ash recently and over the years, but they still sound like cr-- (to me). You would think they'd have the pro line technology to work with. I'm sure someone else makes them - yuk.

Korg PA3X / Yamaha P125 / Yamaha MX61 / QSC 8.2s / Zed mixers / Blue mics / Roland BR800


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