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Digital Piano from Kurzweil belonging to the SP4 series

Kurzweil is shipping the SP4-7 stage piano, with 128 programs taken from the PC3 keyboard.

Included in the SP4–7 are pianos, string sections, vintage keys, KB3 organ emulations, orchestral sounds, guitars, drums, winds and Take 6 vocals.

 

Weighing in at 24 lbs, the SP4–7 has 76 semi-weighted keys.

 

Along with its sounds, the SP4–7 includes dedicated buttons for splitting and layering, and a Setup Mode provides 4 zones, each with its own MIDI control. The SP4–7's USB port can be used for MIDI, storing/saving sounds and setups and for OS updates.

 

Visit www.kurzweil.com for more details.

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