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  • the bubblethe bubble

    Or how to achieve (almost) the best!

    Sauter 120 R2Published on 11/01/12 at 13:12
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I tried to jump in my 122 tuner after trying one kilogram 6 from kawai. Well the 6 kg is simple: it is the beginning of the effect, but it has no body. Everything in the "look sound."

    When the jump ......... this is a fascinating instruments for an upright piano! not worth the resonance certainly not a good tail 178 or 184 cm but to summarize: what we play sounds!. technically, it's cake! no need to force to play (u1 my acts joker next door). the only pianos that made me this level of sound quality (sound full and rich) are pianos! Well, obviously, the less power for this one but given the size it is quite logical. Mechanics r2 is formidable and almost perfectly simulates the dual exhaus…
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    I tried to jump in my 122 tuner after trying one kilogram 6 from kawai. Well the 6 kg is simple: it is the beginning of the effect, but it has no body. Everything in the "look sound."

    When the jump ......... this is a fascinating instruments for an upright piano! not worth the resonance certainly not a good tail 178 or 184 cm but to summarize: what we play sounds!. technically, it's cake! no need to force to play (u1 my acts joker next door). the only pianos that made me this level of sound quality (sound full and rich) are pianos! Well, obviously, the less power for this one but given the size it is quite logical. Mechanics r2 is formidable and almost perfectly simulates the dual exhaust like a grand piano, the sound is never rough, plain, he respondent. The downside is that this instrument can not be played in my opinion as good or very good pianist to take it to its limits. it was agreed on that with my tuner. To buy the closed eyes saw the quality of the beast. If you have the budget, choose her counterpart manufactured with more noble, who hammers walnut (more expensive) but has yet to enrapture listeners and performers!
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  • BenjixxBenjixx

    Sauter 120 R2Published on 11/17/04 at 12:39
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for 4 years ......... the big bass for an upright piano! and it's good!

    The sound is really good; There's volume. I had a yamaha 1st prize rotten before, and ..... changes everything.

    That 7 / 10, because the sound power is worth when not even that of a piano line. But for the price, the sound is good trs, and the piano a very good quality gnral (and rather rsistant).
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