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Digital Piano from Kawai belonging to the CL series.

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  • frenchkeyfrenchkey

    The real good kawai

    Kawai CL 36Published on 09/15/11 at 13:39
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It is a model very modern and very current with characteristics and optimal. Note 3 pedals, a mode "lesson" MG / MD separate auto power off, among others.

    Installation is easy with the hardware quality. This gives a good solid feel, and an air "mid-range" or more.

    Really minimum footprint. Amazing.

    UTILIZATION

    The feel is very realistic and allows a nuanced playing. Quite heavy, like an acoustic. With sustain great also is that of happiness.

    Synthetic ivory keys are matte, slightly yellowish maybe. The black keys are very nice.

    Typical configuration with "shortcuts". There is good logic and it becomes fairly intuitive.

    Manual light, but hey, we quickly made the tur…
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    It is a model very modern and very current with characteristics and optimal. Note 3 pedals, a mode "lesson" MG / MD separate auto power off, among others.

    Installation is easy with the hardware quality. This gives a good solid feel, and an air "mid-range" or more.

    Really minimum footprint. Amazing.

    UTILIZATION

    The feel is very realistic and allows a nuanced playing. Quite heavy, like an acoustic. With sustain great also is that of happiness.

    Synthetic ivory keys are matte, slightly yellowish maybe. The black keys are very nice.

    Typical configuration with "shortcuts". There is good logic and it becomes fairly intuitive.

    Manual light, but hey, we quickly made the turn, and this remains a piano.

    SOUNDS

    Sounds "grand piano" are really great. The rest is average, as can be expected.
    It's a piano first. There are settings for reverb and sustain, for the most demanding. But we feel like playing right away as it is realistic.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had qqs days, but I'm really attached.
    In the price range is the top. Nothing to do with the KAWAI CL-35 which was more cheap.

    A flat still in the pedals (lyre). Not deep enough the CL-36 and then slightly forward pedals. You have to push a little backwards to comfort the foot. After qqs time you get used to, but hey, too bad. With heels ("shoes") is better because the heel height.

    Other defect, or failure, just a cover to protect the keyboard. It's light against shocks, but Ok for dust eg.

    I wanted a Kawai. I waited 6 months and I did well. I do not regret my purchase.

    I rather liked the Roland F110, but I find the feel of the CL-36 closer to an acoustic.
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