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  • Wurlitzer 270 "Butterfly"

    Wurlitzer 270 "Butterfly" - moosers's review


    The Wurlitzer 270 Butterfly is an electric piano that is encased a small baby grand style piano.  I believe that the inside of the keyboard is the same as most in the 200 series of electric pianos, but as you can see in the picture, the outside is dr…

  • Wurlitzer 120

    Wurlitzer 120 - moosers's review


    The Wurlitzer 120 is an early model of the electric piano that Wurlizter would come to perfect in the coming years.  This isn't to say however, that the 120 isn't a great model in its own right, because it is.  It doesn't have too many features, but …

  • Wurlitzer 206 A

    Wurlitzer 206 A - moosers's review


    The Wurlizter 206A is an electric piano in the classic 200 line of pianos made by Wurlizter.  It is pretty similar to some of the other electric pianos in this line, as it has the same make up of the 200A, having two knobs for volume and for the rate…

  • Fender Rhodes Mark I Suitcase Piano

    Fender Rhodes Mark I Suitcase Piano - mooseherman's review


    What thing do you like most/least about it? The best thing about the Fender Rhodes in my opinion is the tone. It is a very unique keyboard that's been a favorite of all kinds of musicians for decades. It's got a rich, fat sound that is different from…

  • Yamaha CP30

    Yamaha CP30 - marzacdev's review


    - How long have you been using it? I've been using it for one week. - Which features do you like the most / the least? What I like best is the dynamics of the piano, it is very expressive. You can play very softly but also very percussive, like a…

  • Rhodes Mark 7 Stage 73 A

    Rhodes Mark 7 Stage 73 A - moosers's review


    The Rhodes Mark 7 is a modern design of the classic Rhodes electric piano. It has the look and sound of the classic pianos, but has the look of a modern instrument and shares the luxuries you would get when you get a newer instrument. In terms of t…

  • Rhodes Mark I Suitcase 88

    Rhodes Mark I Suitcase 88 - moosers's review


    I've been using the Rhodes Mark I Suitcase 88 for about five years or so and I can't say a bad thing about it. It has a full 88 keys that are weighted and also has an external speaker cabinet. It only has three different knobs on it for volume, tone …

  • Rhodes Mark I Stage 73

    Rhodes Mark I Stage 73 - moosers's review


    The Fender Rhodes Mark I Stage 73 is an electric piano that like the name states has 73 keys and has become a classic instrument. It has built in speakers as well as outputs if you want to send this to an amp or direct and also has a built in tremolo…

  • Hohner Clavinet C

    Hohner Clavinet C - moosers's review


    The Hohner Clavinet C is a four and a half octave electric keyboard that only has the sound of the clavinet. It has ¼ inch connections for speaker output as well as for pedals and is overall a really basic instrument. It only has a few buttons to c…

  • Yamaha CP-80

    Yamaha CP-80 - moosers's review


    The Yamaha CP-80 is a full key sized electric piano that emulates the sound of a grand piano. It has the real look and feel of a grand piano, but is much smaller and is portable. It has a series of presets as well as a volume knob, but the presets ar…