My first electric piano when I started gigging in 1981/82. Had I the money I would have bought a CP80
. The CP20 and larger twin CP30 were polyphonic, touch sensitive, and had a sustain pedal, but the similarity to either a piano or Rhodes ended there. Very cheesy electronic sounding, was sort of convincing in a band with several loud guitarists and the audience had been drinking heavily. Distinctive sound but not in a good way; any synth VST could easily reproduce, not that you'd want to. Not even a good tine piano, semi-convincing harpsichord. (Think "Right place wrong time" by Dr. John.) Replaced with a Helpinstill Roadmaster 88 Mk. II which, happily, was the acoustic sound I looked for, albeit with its own myriad issues; sold the CP20 in 1984 and though I've regretted selling many instruments over the years, this is not one of them.