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Kawai Grand

Acoustic Piano from Kawai

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Value For Money : Excellent
narnodelnarnodel

Kawai GrandPublished on 03/29/05 at 08:07
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Piano Kawai KG-1C

I use this piano for 1 year
J'apprcie particulirement his touch trs firm, which forms the hand perfectly, and Confre great precision to the game's sound is acceptable, but given the size Reduces (1.55 m), it lacks a little depth in the bass. All fawns is a study of piano, not together! Reduces the size is a big advantage for apartments.
I tried about fifty other pianos tail. Exceeds the issue sound much, because they taient greater. To touch, I do him a Steinway prfr 40 000 euros!
Good price quality I find, I bought used 6700 euros, and all the pianos I tried c'tait the best compromise.
I would do this choice assurment!
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philippemoebiusphilippemoebius

Kawai GrandPublished on 10/19/06 at 03:22
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1 year Model half tail ..

What I like most, though on first hearing the sound sounds pretty good for the price ..

What I like least, very big problem tuning, tune the piano after 3 days .. Manufacturing problems? In any case, I renvens I quickly made a Schimel ..
not the same price but nothing to do

For the choice if I would do, not least of all! no real person has that site call France and the seller a real escro .. Avoided in short ..
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jf.rondeaujf.rondeau

Kawai GrandPublished on 12/29/06 at 13:31
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I have a Kawa 2m06 prs since 10 years. The sound is excellent, perfectly equilibrated both brilliant and profound. The piano does ncessite maintenance free except two annual agreements (though it is played on average 3heures/jour.) If some users have problem keeping an agreement, may need to be change tuner before changing piano. Mine is 442 and the pitch does not move a muscle when the tuner goes. Some notes "look" a little but only after several months. Do not choose a tuner the lgre. I have indeed known that when their car turned the corner, the piano rclamait dj service.
Otherwise, I spent 8 years in a piano store. I have tried many brands. I chose Kawa. I think it's the best...…
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I have a Kawa 2m06 prs since 10 years. The sound is excellent, perfectly equilibrated both brilliant and profound. The piano does ncessite maintenance free except two annual agreements (though it is played on average 3heures/jour.) If some users have problem keeping an agreement, may need to be change tuner before changing piano. Mine is 442 and the pitch does not move a muscle when the tuner goes. Some notes "look" a little but only after several months. Do not choose a tuner the lgre. I have indeed known that when their car turned the corner, the piano rclamait dj service.
Otherwise, I spent 8 years in a piano store. I have tried many brands. I chose Kawa. I think it's the best qualitprix.
If c'tait again, I would do without this choice hsiter.
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  • Manufacturer: Kawai
  • Model: Grand
  • Category: Acoustic Pianos
  • Added in our database on: 11/02/2008

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