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Anonymous's review - Kawai MP9000

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UTILIZATION

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SOUNDS

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OVERALL OPINION

For a pianist accustomed to quality acoustic pianos, everything digital piano is appalling! But we can work with a digital (same principle as a bike), so as to choose the least worst. The kawai mp 9000 has a light touch but good, with real hammers that strike a sensor ... and alas! no strings. The sounds have a great taste-mail (no resemblance to a sound). As machine work is excellent, and when you find under your fingers is a real piano sounds ecstasy. It is also roughly practice to listen to a midi file to a slower tempo to work deciphering or fingerings. So after one year of use, I keep the machine. Knowing that this is not an end in itself, is tolerable to work as much as possible without disturbing the surroundings. And that's the only justification for a digital piano.