Hohner Pianet T

Hohner Pianet T

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Pianet T, Electric Piano from Hohner.

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Hohner Pianet T tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Hohner
  • Model: Pianet T
  • Category: Electric Pianos
  • Added in our database on: 12/31/2002

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Hohner Pianet T user reviews

Average Score:4.7( 4.7/5 based on 11 reviews )
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moosers's review

Hohner Pianet T
The Hohner Pianet T is an analog electric piano. It comes in a suitcase style casing and doesn't have any legs or any setting controls whatsoever, so you what you hear is what you get. It doesn't have a sustain pedal or an option for one either, so in terms of versatility, you're pretty limited here. Having said this, I'm actually a pretty big fan of this electric piano for a few different reasons. For starters, it's in the same vein as a Fender Rhodes or a Wurlitzer electric piano, which is a sound that in general I can't get enough of. It definitely has it's distinctions, but it is a similar type of electric piano as those models. It has a brighter sound than the aforementioned electric pianos, as the only knock on the sound that I really have would be that it lacks a bit of low end. Unlike the Fender Rhodes, which is great for keyboard bass, I wouldn't use the Pianet T for any sort of bass sounds. Rather, it's great for high lead parts or mid range electric piano parts. While I wouldn't use it in every situation if I had a choice, there are some situations where I might want to use it over a Rhodes or a Wulri. The bottom line is that even though it's not a very versatile electric piano, it has a great sound for what it can do. It brings a new color to the table that wouldn't be the same when compared to other instruments, making it unique in every way. I don't know how much the Hohner Pianet T would run you, but I would imagine that if you could find one it would be a bit less than a Rhodes or a Wurlitzer. If you like vintage keyboards, the Pianet T is a must try!

zill's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Hohner Pianet T
The keyboard case

He has a box attach to look fawn 70s but a little longer, once pos on a stand simply lift the lid to discover a friendly veritable electric piano 5 octaves Fa Mi. There is nothing simpler keyboard of matter, it possde jack you plug the amp and nothing more:-)
A little considr the era Fender poor as it sounds very soft, it possde of reeds like the Wurlitzer but they are not struck like it. They are very flexible and actuated by a one bit buffer "sticky" that dcolle to operate. It's simple full polyphony BUT there is NO sustain pedal, and this is its great weakness.
At the stamp because it has a lot of release especially if we start putting a compressor agreement then holds 1 or 2 ideal measures with a soft chorus to a pad piano type arrangement.
It is very endearing, it sounds good it is a little goes everywhere but cost of a wurli or Rhodes is when even the level below, so do not buy a price gold,
As compared against a virtual instrument, much of this living dot cot fun and original which characterizes .........

Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Hohner Pianet T
Voil few months I am fortunate to hberger a pianet t. It is discreet but knows to be heard when needed. It is an extremely simple keyboard in its design, it's under the hood louver Mtal and Rubber.
The touch is excellent, a real keyboard percussion! The sound is not homogeneous, notes come out very strong saturation limit and others are barely hear (even aprsrglage). But that is its charm and we learn to know each key and done with!
Conernant the price I can not say because I did not pay.
This is a superb keyboard one that allows you to compose new themes ....

nankech's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" A charm"

Hohner Pianet T
Used since August 2011.

I tested a lot of digital keyboard emulation sounds kind of Rhodes.

I tested some obviously Rhodes.

When I received this instrument, I did not expect to have the sound of Rhodes, but an approaching her, and above all, an instrument that does not require power, just an amplification. And the opportunity to add guitar effects I already own.

What I love most? Touch, it is very special, one feels when the pad comes off of the coverslip. It is very flexible, nothing to do with a piano or even a Rhodes.

The value for money is honorable for a vintage piece in good condition external refurbishment internally set correctly.

I would do without hesitation that choice, I wonder how I ever missed it for so many years.

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