Yamaha Clavinova CLP-130
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Yamaha Clavinova CLP-130

Clavinova CLP-130, Digital Piano from Yamaha in the Clavinova CLP series.

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Phoebus1 01/01/2006

Yamaha Clavinova CLP-130 : Phoebus1's user review

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Large GH 88-key piano.
Piano sound based on dynamic sampling (3 levels) 22 Mbytes
Sampling of the dampers, sampling of the resonance pedal, 14 AWM sounds x 2 variations
64-note polyphony DSP
Dual / Split mode
2-track song recorder
Metronome, key cover, 2 headphone outputs, MIDI / To host interface, Aux Out/In, rosewood cabinet, 2x40W amplification.
Reverb, Chorus, Brilliance, Delay ....

UTILIZATION

The keyboard is very nice and it can be adjusted (Hard, Medium, Soft).
It's easy to get started with and use it.

SOUNDS

The grand piano is excellent, especially with the Hall option.
Organs are very good, acoustic guitars very good, bass is not bad, violins are decent.
You can hear the noises of the harpsichord's mechanism, the precision of the details.

Adjustable phaser, tremolo, chorus, delay effects adapted to the piano.
GH 88-key keyboard very similar to an acoustic piano, you can play with nuances.
(I have tested acoustic pianos whose keyboard was not as good or pleasant).

OVERALL OPINION

I've been using it for 8 months.
I love the grand piano with the echo and the hall effect, everything adjustable, obviously.
I have tested several Rolands but I found the keyboard very soft and too bouncy to my taste.
It's a great value for money, especially when you don't want to annoy the neighbors. It's very interesting secondhand.

If i had the same budget, I would buy it again ─ twice.