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#428308 - 01/30/17 10:49 AM Digital Pianos
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What digital piano would you choose if you could not spend more
than 2,500.00 ? Lloyd

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#430012 - 03/20/17 09:27 PM Re: Digital Pianos [Re: ]
Mr. G Offline
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I can't think of anything that can compare to the Roland RD-800 and now the new RD 2000 in sound and real piano feel. I have played them all and to me Roland is the best stage piano.
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#430240 - 03/30/17 09:39 PM Re: Digital Pianos [Re: Mr. G]
Bachus Offline
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Originally Posted By Mr. G
I can't think of anything that can compare to the Roland RD-800 and now the new RD 2000 in sound and real piano feel. I have played them all and to me Roland is the best stage piano.


Also : Roland FP 90, Kawai ES8, Kawai MP11...

It highly depends on where he needs the digital piano for?

Does it need to be just a piano with great piano sounds on board?
Does it need to have build in speakers?
Or will it also be used as a Masterkeyboard in a rig setup?
Is weight a factor into the decision?
Would you like to be able to edit and fine tune your sounds?
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#431003 - 04/22/17 05:02 PM Re: Digital Pianos [Re: ]
Bill Lewis Offline
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What Bacus said . The FP90 is,great for my needs. Love playing it.
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#431500 - 05/08/17 09:16 AM Re: Digital Pianos [Re: ]
musicforyourday Offline
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RD 2000 ALL THE WAY.
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#431554 - 05/09/17 11:32 AM Re: Digital Pianos [Re: musicforyourday]
Bachus Offline
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Originally Posted By musicforyourday
RD 2000 ALL THE WAY.


Understandable....

Its just as incredible feeling and sounding as the fp-90.

But offers so much more as a stagepiano and comtroller...
Nothing beats the feeling of having 8 different sounds under your sliders..
And being able to combine them on the fly..

Thats somethings that would also work well on arrangers...
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#433834 - 07/03/17 07:56 PM Re: Digital Pianos [Re: Bachus]
Torch Offline
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8 sliders! Wow. I did try it out at NAMM but I didn't give much attention to it. I don't look at digital pianos without built-in speakers anymore. They are just convenient. Then again, just about all stage pianos don't have speakers built in.

The Casio PX5 has four sliders, right?

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