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Yamaha Digital Piano (Is your child tired of learning traditional piano?)

Posted By: niceguy7

Date: Thu, 27 Jul 2006

Price: $4,000.00

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Is your child's playing of the traditional piano disturbing you or your neighbourhood?
Is your child tired of playing classical music?

Here is a solution:

Yamaha Digital Piano CVP-208 (High end and prestigious model)

Great for pop music and classical music.
You can connect the headphone to the digital piano and play anytime you want, even in the wee hours!!
Piano voices are superb!
The CVP-208 is an 88-key Graded Hammer keyboard with a woodgrain cabinet in dark finish. It features >300 different voices including a high-quality Advanced Wave Memory (AWM)piano voice. Three-step sampling faithfully reproduces key-off sounds, stereo sustain sounds, string resonance, and soundboard reverb. The Sound Creator tool makes customized instruments. >128-note polyphony allows for incredibly layered, textured multi-instrumental passages. Natural!, Sweet!, Cool!, and Live! Voices recreate piano, woodwinds, brass, and guitars with accuracy. Organ Flutes! give adjustable organ tone bars. Karaoke and Vocal Processing functionality makes it fun to sing along with the music. A 16-track sequencer with extensive editing controls can be used to create advanced compositions. A PC/MAC interface connects the Clavinova easily to a personal computer, or the built-in 3.5" floppy drive can be used for educational software or to store recordings. The CVP-207 is designed for the musician who is looking for a wide variety of voices, a huge number of features, and a large, easy-to-read fullcolor display.
Great for children who are bored with traditional piano and want some entertainment with pop music. It functions similar to an organ and there are many powerful features not mentioned.

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