Kawai EP-308 (Electric Grand Piano from the 80's)

Posted by: Keegan

Kawai EP-308 (Electric Grand Piano from the 80's) - 02/15/13 02:40 PM

Someone in my area is selling one in decent condition, recently regulated, and with no missing parts. Anyone have any idea what one of these would be worth? I don't want to miss my chance but I also don't want to over pay. I went to see it and everything seems to be working just fine.
Posted by: hamlet cat

Re: Kawai EP-308 (Electric Grand Piano from the 80's) - 02/15/13 04:25 PM

That sure is a cool looking piano! Now I'm curious if it sounds as good as it looks.

The only completed listing at eBay that actually sold was for $1390. Edit, that's USD. I noticed you are in Canada.
Posted by: mitzysman

Re: Kawai EP-308 (Electric Grand Piano from the 80's) - 02/15/13 04:25 PM

my guess is 1000 or 1500. We used to have one at my church - real nice - except the one we had was the midi version.
Posted by: Dr Popper

Re: Kawai EP-308 (Electric Grand Piano from the 80's) - 02/15/13 08:27 PM

I've been interested in these for a while seems like a good buy at $1000-1500
Posted by: Keegan

Re: Kawai EP-308 (Electric Grand Piano from the 80's) - 02/16/13 01:35 PM

The guy is asking $1250. He started out a lot higher and has slowly worked his price down. He seems to be in a rush to sell and I think I may be able to get it for $1000 smile
Posted by: Pianodrummer

Re: Kawai EP-308 (Electric Grand Piano from the 80's) - 02/16/13 03:02 PM

I have an Ep 308 I am trying to sell for 750.00 I know It is worth more but I got divorced and need the space. I have had no issues with it and replaced the power supply 2 years ago. It has a couple small areas on the tolex that are torn a little. Other than that it is in good shape and sounds great. I also have the pedal that comes with it and the cover. I hate to get rid of it but when I got it it had its own room. Now it is folded and not being used due to space. Seems this forum has many people that know about these and know what I have. Any one interested please contact me.
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Bill