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THE PIANIST STUDIO | Casio Hybrid Piano GP-510 Singapore Sale!

Posted By: The Pianist Studio

Date: Thu, 14 Oct 2021

Price: $5,999.00

Mobile: +65 62887973

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Venue: THE PIANIST STUDIO SHOWROOM - Widest Range of Digital Pianos | Buy Casio GP510 Celviano Grand Hybrid Piano from The Pianist Studio with Official Warranty in Singapore today!

Sales Hours Daily: Tuesdays to Saturdays 1030am - 7pm
Closed for Lunch Daily: 12pm - 1pm
Call Hotline: 65 62887973 - While Stocks Lasts

Casio is one of the leading brands in grand hybrid piano, digital piano, music keyboard, mini keyboard, key lighting keyboard and high grade keyboards.

Other popular models under Casio are Casio GP-310, GP-510, PX-S1000, PX-S1100, PX-S3100, CDP-S100, CDP-S110, CDP-S350, CDP-S150, PX-770, PX-870, AP-270, AP-470, AP-710, Casiotone, CT-S1, CT-S200, CT-S400, LK-S250, LK-S450, CT-X700, CT-X800, CT-X3000, CT-X5000 etc

Venue: The Pianist Studio | Authorized Dealer for Casio, Yamaha, Korg, Roland | Cash/NETS/Credit Card/ 0% Credit Card Instalment up to 36 Months/ Others | Tel: 65 62887973 | Operating Hours: Tues to Sat 10.30am-7.00pm (12pm-1pm Closed for Lunch)

Casio is known for their AiR Sound Source, Smart Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard, AiR Grand Sound Source, Tri-sensor Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard II, AiX Sound Source as well as popular series like Privia, Celviano, Grand Hybrid, Casiotone, CT-X etc

*Accessories are available for purchase.

Where is The Pianist Studio?

Blk 71 Ubi Road 1 #06-39 Oxley Bizhub (Lobby 4) Singapore 408732

By Foot:
About 10 minutes walk from Tai Seng MRT Station Exit C (via 18 Tai Seng)

Nearest MRT:
Tai Seng MRT Station (CC11) Exit C one bus stop from 18 Tai Seng
Macpherson MRT Station (CC10/DT26)

By Bus:
Nearest Bus Stop Name: Opposite Trinity@Paya Lebar (Bus Stop 70279)
Buses: 8, 22, 24, 28, 43, 58, 70, 76, 80, 158, 70M
Opposite Bus Stop Name: Le Crescendo (Bus Stop 70271)
Buses: 8, 22, 24, 28, 43, 58, 70, 76, 80, 158, 70M

Cars: Basement Carpark is available

*Selected Models. While Stocks and Promos Lasts. The Pianist Studio or the brand can change or terminate the promotion at anytime without notice.

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