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Electric Pianos user reviews

  • Hohner Clavinet D6

    Hohner Clavinet D6 - moosers's review


    I've been using the classic Hohner Clavinet D6 electric clavinet for about a year and while I haven't played every clavinet out there, this is by far the best model I have played for a number of different reasons. The first reason is the sound qualit…

  • Fender Rhodes Mark I Suitcase Piano

    Fender Rhodes Mark I Suitcase Piano - moosers's review


    I've been using the Fender Rhodes '73 electric piano for about five years. While not every studio or keyboard player has one, when I have access to one I will always try to use it when recording. Those who are familiar with this electric piano know i…

  • Wurlitzer 200A

    Wurlitzer 200A - moosers's review


    I've first used a Wurlizter 200A about five years ago and was immediately blown away by the sound of it. It has the classic Wurli electric piano sound that was used by guys like Ray Charles. The instrument is really straight forward with a volume kno…

  • Fender Rhodes Mark I Stage Piano

    Fender Rhodes Mark I Stage Piano - songboy's review


    I am writing this review in regards to a Fender Mark 1 series stage piano (1972-79, 88 keys suitcase). I purchased the Rhodes in 2003 used (of course) and at that time, I was just gaining interest in pianos. I would say that I used it pretty regula…

  • Armon SuperPiano

    Armon SuperPiano - Audiofanzine FR's review


    (Originally written by sh09/translated from Audiofanzine FR) I found this instrument on a flea market. I wanted to buy it for my children but in the end I kept it for me! It doesn't have too many different sounds and they are certainly not …

  • Yamaha CP30

    Yamaha CP30 - dominique63's review


    Bought it in the '80s, but I still use it. It's sturdy, rather heavy to move (90lbs) but it's excellent. Very stable, the case transforms into a stand and it allows you to place other keyboards on top. The keyboard is piano-like, very similar to a…

  • Fender Rhodes Mark I Suitcase Piano

    Fender Rhodes Mark I Suitcase Piano - FP User's review


    73 keys, preamp, harp. Price paid 350 GBP This is it, that genuine Rhodes sound, better than any emulator. You don't even need to turn it on. Its old and electro-mechanical, so somewhat fragile, extensive support available on the internet though…

  • Yamaha CP30

    Yamaha CP30 - coco-bel-oeil's review


    Analog piano from the '70s, sturdy and heavy (about 95lbs). Its name might have you think it's the smaller sibling of the CP70 and 80, but it isn't... This one doesn't have any acoustic mechanisms, only electronics. The sound is very typical, rather …

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