it is a standard size 88 piano keys, with three pedals. <br>There are a dozen sounds, no more, but the 3 acoustic piano sounds and 2 electric piano sounds kind rhodes are very friendly. <br><br>The connection is Midi In & Out <br>There is an adjustable reverb. <br><br>This piano also has a metronome and sequencer that can record pieces of 2-3 minutes ... and make everyone laugh when you listen. <br><br>It is essentially a piano for learning and development, which allows even a split keyboard student-teacher to play 2.
Touch is very good for this price range (€ 1,500 in 2009), and can switch in safely to a classical piano. <br><br>The manual covers all the functions, but it is true that it is mostly a piano not a plethora of functions ...
If you are looking for a good classical piano or fender / rhodes, it is very good.
Among the sounds, I hate the harpsichord,
I love no more, bass and xylophone: say correct ...
I love the piano sounds.
expression and response of the keyboard are very good one across the keyboard.
I have 3 years, and I keep to myself, for children who are getting into from time to time.
Ah yes I would do it again this choice ... except I'm not sure to find it in store :-(