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Yamaha Clavinova CLP-511

Digital Piano de la marque Yamaha appartenant à la série Clavinova CLP

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«  Very good product »

Published on 12/19/10 at 06:10
The 88-key keyboard allows you to find the characteristics of a traditional piano keyboard. The right hand section can be set differently from the left hand section. The manual presents a method of tuning and the principle of integrated metronome is very handy. This piano offers a wide variety of sounds that can choose the type of instrument best suited (piano, organ, harpsichord ...) You can register on 2 tracks and then listen. The depth of the reverb and chorus effect are adjustable. These are extras that may seem gadget, but ... most kids love this side that combines a traditional look with lots of features "for fun"

UTILIZATION

The touch keyboard is very pleasant and "realistic". Its sensitivity is convenient to adjust and render an acoustic piano.

SOUNDS

Depth and warmth of sound are appreciable.

OVERALL OPINION

Purchased for our son who started on piano, we are very satisfied. For the same value for money, I will not hesitate to repeat this purchase.
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