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  • clairmontclairmont

    Kawai L1Published on 04/13/04 at 05:22
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    I ais for 10 days and I am satisfied with trs. It is compact, the piano is good trs (trs the rest is average, but this is not the goal). Touch is good. Amplification enough (even if you are not at much more expensive MODELS sr). And especially for that price was a piano that holds water.
    I have small problem Nanmoins output noon (when fiddling cuts the cable, a cable does not come from ...).
    Ideal to Get You Started budget without sacrificing the sound and touch.
  • jeken3Djeken3D

    Kawai L1Published on 03/21/05 at 08:53
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    I use it for almost a year. I confess his love piano sound, frankly it's the best I've heard (from rev below) for that price! J'value always a piano's bass and electronic mdiums (the highs are still pretty grnal), at least it does not squeaker squeaker, which is the case with other roland yamahah , brands that I dtest par excellence (well, for the piano). Kawai trs good brand, MODEL above is a little better at bass, but this does not justify a second the diffrence in price is double or more if my memory. Without state of me I say: better than its competitors in the same price, much better than many much more expensive MODELS. Only default: few gadgterie. But for those like me who do not car…
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    I use it for almost a year. I confess his love piano sound, frankly it's the best I've heard (from rev below) for that price! J'value always a piano's bass and electronic mdiums (the highs are still pretty grnal), at least it does not squeaker squeaker, which is the case with other roland yamahah , brands that I dtest par excellence (well, for the piano). Kawai trs good brand, MODEL above is a little better at bass, but this does not justify a second the diffrence in price is double or more if my memory. Without state of me I say: better than its competitors in the same price, much better than many much more expensive MODELS. Only default: few gadgterie. But for those like me who do not care, who want to say it's a piano in their apartment because they can not put a true jump on it!
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  • bolafbolaf

    Kawai L1Published on 06/16/05 at 15:09
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - I've used this piano for one year.
    - What I love most: the finish of the keyboard, touch and sound.
    - What I like least: amplification, Access in MIDI and finish of the furniture.
    - I have tried many models: Yamaha P80, Yamaha P60, Yamaha Clavinova CLP-120, Korg SP-200, Roland FP-8, and many more ...
    - Report quality excellent price.
    To be honest, this piano is amazing, with an unbeatable price to quality ratio.

    Lightweight, easily transportable (I move it every two weeks), it feels very solid (I dropped it once during transport), and MIDI setup sounds of good quality.

    The big highlight of the piano is the touch of the keys – it is simply sublime (simulation hammer). The p…
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    - I've used this piano for one year.
    - What I love most: the finish of the keyboard, touch and sound.
    - What I like least: amplification, Access in MIDI and finish of the furniture.
    - I have tried many models: Yamaha P80, Yamaha P60, Yamaha Clavinova CLP-120, Korg SP-200, Roland FP-8, and many more ...
    - Report quality excellent price.
    To be honest, this piano is amazing, with an unbeatable price to quality ratio.

    Lightweight, easily transportable (I move it every two weeks), it feels very solid (I dropped it once during transport), and MIDI setup sounds of good quality.

    The big highlight of the piano is the touch of the keys – it is simply sublime (simulation hammer). The piano sounds great, especially when you connect the <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.waves.com/content.aspx?id=279" target="_blank">L1</a><span style="position: absolute;"></span><span style="position: absolute;"></span> to an amplifier.

    I have been using the L1 now for a year as my main&nbsp; keyboard for keyboard solos and when connected to an amp and I am very satisfied.

    This piano has very high end keys that adjust with great precision, but the quality of the finish as a piece of furniture is not the best.

    Nevertheless, the Kawai <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.waves.com/content.aspx?id=279" target="_blank">L1</a><span style="position: absolute;"></span><span style="position: absolute;"></span> is an excellent piano at a bargain price.
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