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Electric Piano from Hohner .

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  • zillzill

    Hohner Pianet TPublished on 01/20/06 at 14:30
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    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…
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    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 .........
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  • Anonymous

    Hohner Pianet TPublished on 06/02/07 at 03:44
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    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 ....
  • nankechnankech

    A charm

    Hohner Pianet TPublished on 05/30/12 at 05:14
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    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…
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    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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  • JuljaazJuljaaz

    Rhodes a nomad!

    Hohner Pianet TPublished on 03/19/12 at 07:45
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    I was looking for a transportable liner for my Rhodes and a friend gave me the memory T Pianet
    After several weeks of research I found my happiness!
    He had remained just a touch down and it took me 5 minutes to be repaired by removing the keyboard.
    I have not had to adjust because by chance it is perfectly tuned and 'pad' are new so the keyboard is very well balanced.
    Use one side feels that maintenance is manageable without going through the box repairman. The mechanics are simple enough.
    Weight level I was expecting worse. 18kg, so only transportable and that's exactly what I wanted!
    The handle is a little scary but it looks solid though. You just take the piano by the handle …
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    I was looking for a transportable liner for my Rhodes and a friend gave me the memory T Pianet
    After several weeks of research I found my happiness!
    He had remained just a touch down and it took me 5 minutes to be repaired by removing the keyboard.
    I have not had to adjust because by chance it is perfectly tuned and 'pad' are new so the keyboard is very well balanced.
    Use one side feels that maintenance is manageable without going through the box repairman. The mechanics are simple enough.
    Weight level I was expecting worse. 18kg, so only transportable and that's exactly what I wanted!
    The handle is a little scary but it looks solid though. You just take the piano by the handle only when it lies perfectly straight handle on top and not try to be raised by the handle! For there we feel it crack ....

    Its level is hair cell what I expected!
    Unless the attack Rhodes, but with some effects behind (Wha, Delay, Phaser and OD) is pretty huge it comes out!
    It's a little buzz but nothing dramatic for mine and there are apparently a lot of techniques to reduce this buzz (the sheet of aluminum!
    The touch keyboard is nice. Really special to this instrument, including buffers which "stick" a little under the keys.
    Just try it but I personally got used to it quickly.
    It lacks a sustain pedal, but the system does not allow it.
    For 300 € I end up with a well close to my vintage Rhodes, I can walk all over again, concert and jam!
    That choice I will ever again!
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  • bidroidbidroid

    ABSOLUTE VINTAGE

    Hohner Pianet TPublished on 03/08/12 at 03:32
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    I gained a Pianet and currently it is being restored from a duly qualified piano maker, it should regain its splendor and its tuning.
    I just tested a few effects: flanger, delay, chorus and this is a killer, one gets the impression of playing a Wurlitzer, I look forward to his return he rejuvenator to tell you about deeper.
  • benj3000benj3000

    Hohner Pianet TPublished on 05/05/04 at 10:14
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    I Pianet T for 4 months, and I'm happy: good machine in his 70's allowing less easy to play on an electric piano ...

    The Look: piano suitcase behind the logo and Hohner Pianet T great for during your concerts you can get out ... The outside is leather. The problem is that the wrist is on the front side of the business ... so that if you wear it while it opens: pete in it 2!

    a real nice electric piano to 5 octaves Mi Fa

    connection: an output jack.

    its very soft, the sound level problems of homogeneity: in the bass sounds strong, medium, mediums in very low and the treble .... ! not sustain pedal!.

    Good keyboard for a price between 250 350 euros, even if it is not a rhodes is w…
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    I Pianet T for 4 months, and I'm happy: good machine in his 70's allowing less easy to play on an electric piano ...

    The Look: piano suitcase behind the logo and Hohner Pianet T great for during your concerts you can get out ... The outside is leather. The problem is that the wrist is on the front side of the business ... so that if you wear it while it opens: pete in it 2!

    a real nice electric piano to 5 octaves Mi Fa

    connection: an output jack.

    its very soft, the sound level problems of homogeneity: in the bass sounds strong, medium, mediums in very low and the treble .... ! not sustain pedal!.

    Good keyboard for a price between 250 350 euros, even if it is not a rhodes is well class and then play on an electric piano ca do it anyway!
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  • IceSpoonIceSpoon

    Hohner Pianet TPublished on 01/23/07 at 04:27
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    I dare not say the price at which I found in a garage sale for not insulting me ...
    Bought six months ago just for fun, because I found the Aesthetics of the object gnial enough, I must say I surprised rsultat t enjoyable. As I am based guitarist, I plug directly into my head and I tried a lot of stuff, wah, reverb, tremolo, chorus ... but happiness.
    I just put it under QBASE for testing and playing with 2 or 3 plugins, you get to do sound really good.
    As to the touch, it's really super enjoyable, plutt heavyweight.

    Conclusion:
    + A vehicle a little kitsch, which can be found for trs not cheap, but provided nice about the results.
    - The trick PSE inconvnient a ton and large, the…
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    I dare not say the price at which I found in a garage sale for not insulting me ...
    Bought six months ago just for fun, because I found the Aesthetics of the object gnial enough, I must say I surprised rsultat t enjoyable. As I am based guitarist, I plug directly into my head and I tried a lot of stuff, wah, reverb, tremolo, chorus ... but happiness.
    I just put it under QBASE for testing and playing with 2 or 3 plugins, you get to do sound really good.
    As to the touch, it's really super enjoyable, plutt heavyweight.

    Conclusion:
    + A vehicle a little kitsch, which can be found for trs not cheap, but provided nice about the results.
    - The trick PSE inconvnient a ton and large, the grip is on the cover, not super reliable.
    - It was when even a small diffrence in power between the highs and lows. But ...
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  • stabilo2stabilo2

    Hohner Pianet TPublished on 05/31/07 at 07:20
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    The Pianet T is a truly unique piano. Once properly adjusted the touch is really surprising, we feel the silicone cups that hang the strips of metal (mechanical ultra simple but unique to my knowledge). I am fortunate to have one in very good condition and I do not really regret my choice, I started on piano and now I spend my nights on it. For now I have not tested any pedal, but as the sound is already great. Less funky as the clavinet, much softer (listen to the demo to give you an idea: http://www.kilian-leonhardt.de/synthdemos.htm).

    Tip: open, clean all tips in silicones, reposition them one by one to have the greatest possible adhesion between the tips and the blade, close everythi…
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    The Pianet T is a truly unique piano. Once properly adjusted the touch is really surprising, we feel the silicone cups that hang the strips of metal (mechanical ultra simple but unique to my knowledge). I am fortunate to have one in very good condition and I do not really regret my choice, I started on piano and now I spend my nights on it. For now I have not tested any pedal, but as the sound is already great. Less funky as the clavinet, much softer (listen to the demo to give you an idea: http://www.kilian-leonhardt.de/synthdemos.htm).

    Tip: open, clean all tips in silicones, reposition them one by one to have the greatest possible adhesion between the tips and the blade, close everything and have fun!
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  • flacoflaco

    Hohner Pianet TPublished on 08/13/07 at 08:11
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    I used Pianet a few months before selling.

    It is not a system that percussion as the Rhodes (who is a piano with a conventional exhaust mcanique): keys contrlent touffoirs of blades that force mtal that make the sound (by pressing it) when you press the button, the touffoir to lve the blade out of his stress and vibration; lche when the key falls on the touffoir the blade, so that the end sound is as strong as the attack as long there is a distortion. We can all - use the clavinet is working on the sink rate and lcher keys. With a good distortion (or distortion BigMuff lamp), we can even make sounds clear and agreements with the same saturated rglages (or crunches). Its spcificit in term…
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    I used Pianet a few months before selling.

    It is not a system that percussion as the Rhodes (who is a piano with a conventional exhaust mcanique): keys contrlent touffoirs of blades that force mtal that make the sound (by pressing it) when you press the button, the touffoir to lve the blade out of his stress and vibration; lche when the key falls on the touffoir the blade, so that the end sound is as strong as the attack as long there is a distortion. We can all - use the clavinet is working on the sink rate and lcher keys. With a good distortion (or distortion BigMuff lamp), we can even make sounds clear and agreements with the same saturated rglages (or crunches). Its spcificit in terms of touch makes INTERESTED trs.

    Strength compared to other vintage keyboards (rhodes and wurli) it is transportable trs (15 pounds may be, and a fist).

    Weak when he gets older certain notes ring false or less strong and less replace components (which is possible but pnible), no solution in sight ...
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  • olixolix

    I love that vintage sound

    Hohner Pianet TPublished on 04/07/11 at 12:31
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    Pianet played regularly for a year. I recorded it in several styles, and each time the same impression: it brings one side 70's vintage without being typed as a Rhodes or a Wurli. It is an instrument in its own right (and unknown) and not an imitation.

    I must say that mine is particularly well balanced and fair, very playable.
    In addition to the game allows, using the relaxation of notes to make notes ghosts, not bad.

    The sound is also interesting through pedals overdrive or distortion.
    This is the most portable electric piano - and less cumbersome - I had.
    I would do without this choice problem.
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