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Gear4Music PL-400

Digital Piano from Gear4Music .

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The keyboard features 88 weighted keys, 64 voice polyphony and seven touch sensitivity settings.


8 high-resolution sampled sounds allow for playing diverse instruments such as Church Organs and Harpsichords alongside the conventional piano sounds. Layering is designed to allow for construction of varied and intricate sounds across the piano.

The PL-400 is said to have a "smart, refined look that draws parallels with some of the top brands." The PL-400 is available in both Maple and Dark Apple cabinets.

Demonstration songs are included. As with all in the PL range, an advanced onboard USB MIDI interface is also featured.

Full specifications of the PL-400 Digital Stage Piano: www.gear4music.com/Keyboards-and-Pianos/PL-400-Digital-Piano-by-Gear4music-Maple/AC5

Pricing & Availability
The PL-400 Digital Piano is available now. UK RRP has been confirmed at €369.95. Includes a two year warranty.
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