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On Sale Now - Korg LP 180 Digital Pianos!
Korg LP Digital Pianos provide a natural playing feel, authentic piano sounds, and a stylish design. We have them on sale now so there's never been a better time to get playing piano!
Korg LP digital pianos are a distinctly stylish proposition for anyone looking to bring a digital piano into their home or rehearsal space. The slim line chassis and lightweight design comes complete with a keyboard cover, one-piece stand, and a three-pedal unit, meaning you have everything you need to get performing.
Gear4music currently has these pianos on offer, meaning you can make a fantastic saving and acquire a piano with an authentic playing-feel and tonality. We have offers on the standard piano package for £399 - stand, pedal and cover included - as well as our special bundle with a stool and headphones thrown in for just £419! This complete package is everything you need to get playing piano at home or on stage - just add your own music and plenty of practice!
See the full range of Korg LP digital pianos - on sale now
- Korg LP-180 Digital Piano, Black with Stool and Headphones
- Korg LP-180 Digital Piano, White with Stool and Headphones
Slim Line, Stylish Design
When you're choosing a digital piano, there are several considerations that need to be taken into account, the first being - where are you going to keep it? Many users wish to take these pianos into their homes and this is where the Korg LP 180 excels. The slim and stylish design (available in white and black) will effortlessly blend into your home or rehearsal space, yet still provide the performance features of a much bulkier unit.
Another consideration is the sound of a digital piano. An acoustic piano is an incredibly complex animal that has countless variables to create its sound. A digital piano is only as good as the samples it uses to recreate the sound of an acoustic piano, including the reverb effect it uses to make it sound as if you're playing in an acoustically-sympathetic environment.
Korg's expertise in creating studio-quality synthesizers and keyboards has been applied to the LP 180 piano so you can be assured you'll be getting the most natural piano sounds possible. The LP 180 isn't just limited to acoustic piano sounds either; Korg has included 10 different instrument sounds covering piano, electric piano, vibraphone, pipe organ, and strings. There's also a reverb effect that adds reverberation and depth to the sound, alongside a chorus effect that subtly thickens your sound for even more creative expression.
The LPO 180 comes complete with a three-pedal footswitch which imitates the three pedals of an acoustic piano, so if you're familiar with an acoustic piano or wish to translate the foot techniques across to it, you'll feel right at home. This is ideal for players having classical or jazz lessons on an acoustic piano, and then coming home and wanting to use the same expressive techniques. It is also ideal for experienced players and teachers who don’t want to skimp on expressive features.
88 Weighted Keys
Speaking of expressive features, the LP 180 is fully geared towards realistic performance with its 88 weighted keys. The keybed features an authentic hammer action and is weighted just like an acoustic piano - heavier in the low range and then progressively lighter as you travel up the keyboard. The LP 180 has three levels of Key Touch Control, allowing you to match the keyboard response to your playing style.
With all of these features, the special sale price makes the LP 180 an even more tempting proposition, so don’t delay and get your order in today!
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By Matt Wilkinson
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