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#2438625 - Today at 01:41 AM New Piano
MaximLuchnik Offline
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Registered: 06/16/15
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Hello, I am a quickly advancing piano player that has been playing the piano for 1.5 years I want to get a good quality piano. I was interested in Technics piano because of their qua;it, but I found no parts or retaliers in the US to fix it if it breaks. Currently I like the Yamaha Clavinova CLP-585 the most,but the CLP-575 seems like a better idea. Chou;d anybody give any idea what piano to get because I need it urgently, my Behringrer(very impopular) is like totally broken. Any help appreciated. Thanks.

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#2438627 - Today at 01:53 AM Re: New Piano [Re: MaximLuchnik]
MaximLuchnik Offline
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I just noticed the KAWAI CA97 do you think it is a good model?

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#2438630 - Today at 02:49 AM Re: New Piano [Re: MaximLuchnik]
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Never tried it, but I think there are lots of people on this forum that like it. You could search for CA97 and read some of the old discussions about it while you wait for more replies.
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#2438638 - 29 minutes 15 seconds ago Re: New Piano [Re: MaximLuchnik]
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You need to provide budget, and requirements such as portable or not, sounds, functional features, furniture piece etc. You have found the CA97 so staying among the top end there's also a 67 and the Yamaha CLP range, Roland have the HP5xx range, and after that they all have their fans and detractors and you would have to decide for yourself. There are excellent lower cost ranges from all the main brands that might meet your needs too. A day out visiting stores and playing various models would be a good investment.

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