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Second Hand Digital Pianos

If you want to buy an optimum quality piano which is rich in tone, subtle and sensitive in touch and feel, full bodied in bass range and colourful in its dynamic capability, but want this at a fraction of the price of the acoustic equivalents, then the digital piano route is already one which should offer you plenty of opportunities. These opportunities are only increased when you are looking at the options presented by excellent condition second hand digital pianos. Have a look through the collection that we have here at Bonners Music, and you will be sure to find some superb instruments at even better prices.

We have some excellent options from the likes of Casio, Kawai, Roland and Yamaha. Whatever your budget, there should be something for you. With certain models such as the Ex Display Roland LX17 Polished White Digital Piano Showroom Model standing as one example of the kind of high end second hand digital pianos that we have here. Pianos such as the Second Hand Kawai CN270 Digital Piano and the Second Hand Yamaha YPD140C Digital Piano meanwhile will give you the chance to pick up a lovely instrument capable of producing a beautiful sound for a fantastic low price.

As ever, if you would like to discuss the range of second hand digital pianos that we currently have then we are absolutely all ears, and would love to chat with you over the phone on 01323 636140.

Casio Grand Hybrid GP510 Black Digital Piano Ex Display; Ser No: 938CDC599060638 Casio Grand Hybrid GP510 Black Digital Piano Ex Display; Ser No: 938CDC599060638
£3,895.00
£2,999.00
£896.00 off RRP
In Stock
Casio Grand Hybrid GP510 Black Digital Piano Ex Display; Ser No: 938CDC599060638 Includes: Delivered Free Of Charge To Selected Postcodes This instrument is available for free delivery in the following postcode areas: AL BN CR HP KT LU MK PO RH SL SG SM TN TW UB WD We can deliver to other areas but charges may apply. Please call us on 01323 639335 for more information regarding delivery Casio GP510 Grand Hybrid Piano Building on the success of the popular GP500 model, the new Casio GP510 piano has enhanced piano voices using AiR Grand sound technology, upgraded speaker system for a more rounded sound, and wider dynamic touch response to capture every expression of your playing. The GP510 retains the same highly responsive hammer action keyboard which was developed in collaboration with German piano maker Bechstein. The original Casio GP500 piano was groundbreaking when launched in 2015. No other instrument offered a full-size piano grand piano keyboard in a digital instrument at a similar price point. The GP510 has improved the original instrument in many ways and is a delight to play. FREE Bose Headphones Offer Casio Music UK has teamed up with Bose and for all qualifying* purchases of Casio GP310 and GP510 digital pianos, whilst stocks last, customers can claim their free set of high-quality Bose headphones. To claim your free headphones after delivery of your piano, all you have to do is visit this website, complete the online form and upload a photo of your purchase receipt. Once your claim has been verified, your BOSE headphones will be sent to you directly from Casio. *Free headphones offer is not available in conjunction with any other Casio promotion (including music teacher discount). Casio has listened to their customers and the enhancements made in the GP510 are subtle, but most importantly they make the instrument even more enjoyable to play than ever before. The GP510 is a serious contender against Hybrid pianos from other manufacturers which are much higher priced. This should be on your list of pianos to try if an authentic grand piano keyboard touch is important to you. Tony White - Bonners Piano Specialist PART EXCHANGE YOUR PIANO If you already own a piano which you would like to upgrade to the new Casio GP510 then please email details of what you have to partex@bonnersmusic.co.uk. It is helpful if you could attach some photos to your email. We'll get right back to you with a part exchange valuation and you could have the new Casio GP510 in your home quicker than you first thought! We offer great part exchange values and it saves you the inconvenience of selling your instrument on the private market. BUY ONLINE OR TRY THE GP510 IN OUR STORES You can either buy the GP510 online or come and try the complete Casio Grand Hybrid piano range in our stores. Our digital piano centres are located in Eastbourne (Sussex Coast), Reigate (Just off JCT 8 M25 motorway in Surrey), and from winter 2019, Milton Keynes - very close to the M1 motorway. Keyboard Action Developed In Collaboration with Bechstein One of the most important factors when choosing a digital piano is the feel of the keyboard (known as the Keyboard 'Action'). A good keyboard action should accurately translate the expression and emotion of the performer through the music. Hybrid pianos are unique because they are fitted with a full-size replica of an acoustic piano keyboard action - it's just the sound which is reproduced digitally. This gives the best opportunity for a more realistic playing experience and it has been proven that Hybrid pianos such as the GP510 are preferred by most players over digital instruments with standard 'emulated' key actions. The GP510's triple-sensor keyboard action was developed by Casio in collaboration with Bechstein - the World-class German acoustic piano builder. Every detail of the key mechanism has been replicated in detail - including long wooden key length, balance pins, fulcrum, escapement, hammer weighting and key return speed. The key action found in the GP510 competes with Hybrid pianos costing many thousands of pounds more. Players should find the transition from digital to acoustic pianos seamless with the Casio Natural Grand Hammer Action Keyboard, which makes it the ideal instrument for beginners and more experienced players alike. Just like many modern acoustic pianos, the white keytops are made of acrylic, whilst the black keys are constructed using Phenol. The response of the piano keyboard can be matched to suit your playing style with five different sensitivity settings. Three Distinctive Piano Voices Using Casio's newly developed AiR Grand sound creation system, the GP510 has three core piano voices - Berlin Grand, Hamburg Grand and Vienna Grand (we'll let you guess which famous piano brands these represent!). Maximum polyphony is 256 notes so you shouldn't experience notes cutting off - even with heavy use of the damper pedal. As with the very best digital pianos on the market, the GP510 piano voices can be tailored to your own taste by altering characteristics such as resonance, action sound, key off simulator and grand piano lid simulator. Additional useful voices The GP510 has more than just piano voices. In fact, there are an additional 35 other useful voices including e.pianos, harpsichords, organs, strings, choir and many more. Two voices can be layered together to create rich sound textures, or choose two voices to split across the treble/bass registers of the keyboard. Save Your Personal Settings With SCENE MEMORIES As well as more voices and an improved cabinet design the GP510 sets itself apart from the lower range GP310 model with the incorporation of Scene Memories. This function allows you to store your own EQ and voice settings to one of ten locations for instant recall - this is a really handy feature. Onboard Sound System & Speakers The Casio GP510 uses a Grand Acoustic System to reproduce the best possible sound. A three-way, six-speaker system is driven by a 30w + 20w x 2 powerful amplifier. In addition to this, the sound is further enhanced with an opening top-board lid and volume sync'd EQ when using headphones. Duet 'Twin Piano' Mode It is possible for two people (for example Teacher/pupil) to sit at the Casio Grand Hybrid piano and play in similar-sounding tonal registers simultaneously. The sound of each 'part' can also be panned to the centre of the stereo spectrum, or hard-left / hard-right to make differentiation between the players more obviousl - this is especially useful when using headphones. Onboard Song Recorder Recording your own performance is both fun and useful - especially if you're learning challenging pieces. The GP510 allows recording of one song consisting of two tracks in the internal memory - with a maximum length of 5000 notes. It is also possible to attach a USB memory stick (not supplied) on which you can record up to 99 songs in .WAV audio format - the ideal medium for sharing your masterpieces with friends and family. Other Useful Features High quality digital effects including Hall Simulator reverb Metronome (20 - 255BPM) Three pedals with half-daming sustain pedal Concert Play audio backing tracks on-board 60 onboard Music Library songs Octave shift Key transpose +/- two octaves in semitone intervals Fine tuning from A=415.5Hz to A=465.9Hz LCD display screen with backlight Auto power off function Line In / Out - 6.35mm (�") jack sockets for both MIDI IN/OUT USB to HOST USB to DEVICE Casio GP510 Dimensions The Casio GP510 measures 1434mm(L) x 489mm(D) x 963mm(H) Casio GP510 Weight The Casio GP510 weighs 78.5kg / 173.1 lb
Casio Grand Hybrid GP510 Black Digital Piano Ex Display; Ser No: 938CDC599060646 Casio Grand Hybrid GP510 Black Digital Piano Ex Display; Ser No: 938CDC599060646
£3,895.00
£2,999.00
£896.00 off RRP
In Stock
Casio Grand Hybrid GP510 Black Digital Piano Ex Display; Ser No: 938CDC599060646 Includes: Delivered Free Of Charge To Selected Postcodes This instrument is available for free delivery in the following postcode areas: AL BN CR HP KT LU MK PO RH SL SG SM TN TW UB WD We can deliver to other areas but charges may apply. Please call us on 01323 639335 for more information regarding delivery Casio GP510 Grand Hybrid Piano Building on the success of the popular GP500 model, the new Casio GP510 piano has enhanced piano voices using AiR Grand sound technology, upgraded speaker system for a more rounded sound, and wider dynamic touch response to capture every expression of your playing. The GP510 retains the same highly responsive hammer action keyboard which was developed in collaboration with German piano maker Bechstein. The original Casio GP500 piano was groundbreaking when launched in 2015. No other instrument offered a full-size piano grand piano keyboard in a digital instrument at a similar price point. The GP510 has improved the original instrument in many ways and is a delight to play. FREE Bose Headphones Offer Casio Music UK has teamed up with Bose and for all qualifying* purchases of Casio GP310 and GP510 digital pianos, whilst stocks last, customers can claim their free set of high-quality Bose headphones. To claim your free headphones after delivery of your piano, all you have to do is visit this website, complete the online form and upload a photo of your purchase receipt. Once your claim has been verified, your BOSE headphones will be sent to you directly from Casio. *Free headphones offer is not available in conjunction with any other Casio promotion (including music teacher discount). Casio has listened to their customers and the enhancements made in the GP510 are subtle, but most importantly they make the instrument even more enjoyable to play than ever before. The GP510 is a serious contender against Hybrid pianos from other manufacturers which are much higher priced. This should be on your list of pianos to try if an authentic grand piano keyboard touch is important to you. Tony White - Bonners Piano Specialist PART EXCHANGE YOUR PIANO If you already own a piano which you would like to upgrade to the new Casio GP510 then please email details of what you have to partex@bonnersmusic.co.uk. It is helpful if you could attach some photos to your email. We'll get right back to you with a part exchange valuation and you could have the new Casio GP510 in your home quicker than you first thought! We offer great part exchange values and it saves you the inconvenience of selling your instrument on the private market. BUY ONLINE OR TRY THE GP510 IN OUR STORES You can either buy the GP510 online or come and try the complete Casio Grand Hybrid piano range in our stores. Our digital piano centres are located in Eastbourne (Sussex Coast), Reigate (Just off JCT 8 M25 motorway in Surrey), and from winter 2019, Milton Keynes - very close to the M1 motorway. Keyboard Action Developed In Collaboration with Bechstein One of the most important factors when choosing a digital piano is the feel of the keyboard (known as the Keyboard 'Action'). A good keyboard action should accurately translate the expression and emotion of the performer through the music. Hybrid pianos are unique because they are fitted with a full-size replica of an acoustic piano keyboard action - it's just the sound which is reproduced digitally. This gives the best opportunity for a more realistic playing experience and it has been proven that Hybrid pianos such as the GP510 are preferred by most players over digital instruments with standard 'emulated' key actions. The GP510's triple-sensor keyboard action was developed by Casio in collaboration with Bechstein - the World-class German acoustic piano builder. Every detail of the key mechanism has been replicated in detail - including long wooden key length, balance pins, fulcrum, escapement, hammer weighting and key return speed. The key action found in the GP510 competes with Hybrid pianos costing many thousands of pounds more. Players should find the transition from digital to acoustic pianos seamless with the Casio Natural Grand Hammer Action Keyboard, which makes it the ideal instrument for beginners and more experienced players alike. Just like many modern acoustic pianos, the white keytops are made of acrylic, whilst the black keys are constructed using Phenol. The response of the piano keyboard can be matched to suit your playing style with five different sensitivity settings. Three Distinctive Piano Voices Using Casio's newly developed AiR Grand sound creation system, the GP510 has three core piano voices - Berlin Grand, Hamburg Grand and Vienna Grand (we'll let you guess which famous piano brands these represent!). Maximum polyphony is 256 notes so you shouldn't experience notes cutting off - even with heavy use of the damper pedal. As with the very best digital pianos on the market, the GP510 piano voices can be tailored to your own taste by altering characteristics such as resonance, action sound, key off simulator and grand piano lid simulator. Additional useful voices The GP510 has more than just piano voices. In fact, there are an additional 35 other useful voices including e.pianos, harpsichords, organs, strings, choir and many more. Two voices can be layered together to create rich sound textures, or choose two voices to split across the treble/bass registers of the keyboard. Save Your Personal Settings With SCENE MEMORIES As well as more voices and an improved cabinet design the GP510 sets itself apart from the lower range GP310 model with the incorporation of Scene Memories. This function allows you to store your own EQ and voice settings to one of ten locations for instant recall - this is a really handy feature. Onboard Sound System & Speakers The Casio GP510 uses a Grand Acoustic System to reproduce the best possible sound. A three-way, six-speaker system is driven by a 30w + 20w x 2 powerful amplifier. In addition to this, the sound is further enhanced with an opening top-board lid and volume sync'd EQ when using headphones. Duet 'Twin Piano' Mode It is possible for two people (for example Teacher/pupil) to sit at the Casio Grand Hybrid piano and play in similar-sounding tonal registers simultaneously. The sound of each 'part' can also be panned to the centre of the stereo spectrum, or hard-left / hard-right to make differentiation between the players more obviousl - this is especially useful when using headphones. Onboard Song Recorder Recording your own performance is both fun and useful - especially if you're learning challenging pieces. The GP510 allows recording of one song consisting of two tracks in the internal memory - with a maximum length of 5000 notes. It is also possible to attach a USB memory stick (not supplied) on which you can record up to 99 songs in .WAV audio format - the ideal medium for sharing your masterpieces with friends and family. Other Useful Features High quality digital effects including Hall Simulator reverb Metronome (20 - 255BPM) Three pedals with half-daming sustain pedal Concert Play audio backing tracks on-board 60 onboard Music Library songs Octave shift Key transpose +/- two octaves in semitone intervals Fine tuning from A=415.5Hz to A=465.9Hz LCD display screen with backlight Auto power off function Line In / Out - 6.35mm (�") jack sockets for both MIDI IN/OUT USB to HOST USB to DEVICE Casio GP510 Dimensions The Casio GP510 measures 1434mm(L) x 489mm(D) x 963mm(H) Casio GP510 Weight The Casio GP510 weighs 78.5kg / 173.1 lb
Casio Grand Hybrid GP510 Digital Piano Incl Stool Ex-Display; Ser no 938CDC599000647 Casio Grand Hybrid GP510 Digital Piano Incl Stool Ex-Display; Ser no 938CDC599000647 exdisplay
£3,895.00
£2,999.00
£896.00 off RRP
In Stock
Casio Grand Hybrid GP510 Digital Piano Incl Stool Ex-Display; Ser no 938CDC599000647 Includes: Delivered Free Of Charge To Selected Postcodes This instrument is available for free delivery in the following postcode areas: AL BN CR HP KT LU MK PO RH SL SG SM TN TW UB WD We can deliver to other areas but charges may apply. Please call us on 01323 639335 for more information regarding delivery Casio GP510 Grand Hybrid Piano Building on the success of the popular GP500 model, the new Casio GP510 piano has enhanced piano voices using AiR Grand sound technology, upgraded speaker system for a more rounded sound, and wider dynamic touch response to capture every expression of your playing. The GP510 retains the same highly responsive hammer action keyboard which was developed in collaboration with German piano maker Bechstein. The original Casio GP500 piano was groundbreaking when launched in 2015. No other instrument offered a full-size piano grand piano keyboard in a digital instrument at a similar price point. The GP510 has improved the original instrument in many ways and is a delight to play. FREE Bose Headphones Offer Casio Music UK has teamed up with Bose and for all qualifying* purchases of Casio GP310 and GP510 digital pianos, whilst stocks last, customers can claim their free set of high-quality Bose headphones. To claim your free headphones after delivery of your piano, all you have to do is visit this website, complete the online form and upload a photo of your purchase receipt. Once your claim has been verified, your BOSE headphones will be sent to you directly from Casio. *Free headphones offer is not available in conjunction with any other Casio promotion (including music teacher discount). Casio has listened to their customers and the enhancements made in the GP510 are subtle, but most importantly they make the instrument even more enjoyable to play than ever before. The GP510 is a serious contender against Hybrid pianos from other manufacturers which are much higher priced. This should be on your list of pianos to try if an authentic grand piano keyboard touch is important to you. Tony White - Bonners Piano Specialist PART EXCHANGE YOUR PIANO If you already own a piano which you would like to upgrade to the new Casio GP510 then please email details of what you have to partex@bonnersmusic.co.uk. It is helpful if you could attach some photos to your email. We'll get right back to you with a part exchange valuation and you could have the new Casio GP510 in your home quicker than you first thought! We offer great part exchange values and it saves you the inconvenience of selling your instrument on the private market. BUY ONLINE OR TRY THE GP510 IN OUR STORES You can either buy the GP510 online or come and try the complete Casio Grand Hybrid piano range in our stores. Our digital piano centres are located in Eastbourne (Sussex Coast), Reigate (Just off JCT 8 M25 motorway in Surrey), and from winter 2019, Milton Keynes - very close to the M1 motorway. Keyboard Action Developed In Collaboration with Bechstein One of the most important factors when choosing a digital piano is the feel of the keyboard (known as the Keyboard 'Action'). A good keyboard action should accurately translate the expression and emotion of the performer through the music. Hybrid pianos are unique because they are fitted with a full-size replica of an acoustic piano keyboard action - it's just the sound which is reproduced digitally. This gives the best opportunity for a more realistic playing experience and it has been proven that Hybrid pianos such as the GP510 are preferred by most players over digital instruments with standard 'emulated' key actions. The GP510's triple-sensor keyboard action was developed by Casio in collaboration with Bechstein - the World-class German acoustic piano builder. Every detail of the key mechanism has been replicated in detail - including long wooden key length, balance pins, fulcrum, escapement, hammer weighting and key return speed. The key action found in the GP510 competes with Hybrid pianos costing many thousands of pounds more. Players should find the transition from digital to acoustic pianos seamless with the Casio Natural Grand Hammer Action Keyboard, which makes it the ideal instrument for beginners and more experienced players alike. Just like many modern acoustic pianos, the white keytops are made of acrylic, whilst the black keys are constructed using Phenol. The response of the piano keyboard can be matched to suit your playing style with five different sensitivity settings. Three Distinctive Piano Voices Using Casio's newly developed AiR Grand sound creation system, the GP510 has three core piano voices - Berlin Grand, Hamburg Grand and Vienna Grand (we'll let you guess which famous piano brands these represent!). Maximum polyphony is 256 notes so you shouldn't experience notes cutting off - even with heavy use of the damper pedal. As with the very best digital pianos on the market, the GP510 piano voices can be tailored to your own taste by altering characteristics such as resonance, action sound, key off simulator and grand piano lid simulator. Additional useful voices The GP510 has more than just piano voices. In fact, there are an additional 35 other useful voices including e.pianos, harpsichords, organs, strings, choir and many more. Two voices can be layered together to create rich sound textures, or choose two voices to split across the treble/bass registers of the keyboard. Save Your Personal Settings With SCENE MEMORIES As well as more voices and an improved cabinet design the GP510 sets itself apart from the lower range GP310 model with the incorporation of Scene Memories. This function allows you to store your own EQ and voice settings to one of ten locations for instant recall - this is a really handy feature. Onboard Sound System & Speakers The Casio GP510 uses a Grand Acoustic System to reproduce the best possible sound. A three-way, six-speaker system is driven by a 30w + 20w x 2 powerful amplifier. In addition to this, the sound is further enhanced with an opening top-board lid and volume sync'd EQ when using headphones. Duet 'Twin Piano' Mode It is possible for two people (for example Teacher/pupil) to sit at the Casio Grand Hybrid piano and play in similar-sounding tonal registers simultaneously. The sound of each 'part' can also be panned to the centre of the stereo spectrum, or hard-left / hard-right to make differentiation between the players more obviousl - this is especially useful when using headphones. Onboard Song Recorder Recording your own performance is both fun and useful - especially if you're learning challenging pieces. The GP510 allows recording of one song consisting of two tracks in the internal memory - with a maximum length of 5000 notes. It is also possible to attach a USB memory stick (not supplied) on which you can record up to 99 songs in .WAV audio format - the ideal medium for sharing your masterpieces with friends and family. Other Useful Features High quality digital effects including Hall Simulator reverb Metronome (20 - 255BPM) Three pedals with half-daming sustain pedal Concert Play audio backing tracks on-board 60 onboard Music Library songs Octave shift Key transpose +/- two octaves in semitone intervals Fine tuning from A=415.5Hz to A=465.9Hz LCD display screen with backlight Auto power off function Line In / Out - 6.35mm (�") jack sockets for both MIDI IN/OUT USB to HOST USB to DEVICE Casio GP510 Dimensions The Casio GP510 measures 1434mm(L) x 489mm(D) x 963mm(H) Casio GP510 Weight The Casio GP510 weighs 78.5kg / 173.1 lb
Casio Grand Hybrid GP510 Digital Piano Incl Stool Ex-Display; Ser No: 938CDC599000637 Casio Grand Hybrid GP510 Digital Piano Incl Stool Ex-Display; Ser No: 938CDC599000637 exdisplay
£3,895.00
£2,999.00
£896.00 off RRP
In Stock
Casio Grand Hybrid GP510 Digital Piano Incl Stool Ex-Display; Ser No: 938CDC599000637 Includes: Delivered Free Of Charge To Selected Postcodes This instrument is available for free delivery in the following postcode areas: AL BN CR HP KT LU MK PO RH SL SG SM TN TW UB WD We can deliver to other areas but charges may apply. Please call us on 01323 639335 for more information regarding delivery Casio GP510 Grand Hybrid Piano Building on the success of the popular GP500 model, the new Casio GP510 piano has enhanced piano voices using AiR Grand sound technology, upgraded speaker system for a more rounded sound, and wider dynamic touch response to capture every expression of your playing. The GP510 retains the same highly responsive hammer action keyboard which was developed in collaboration with German piano maker Bechstein. The original Casio GP500 piano was groundbreaking when launched in 2015. No other instrument offered a full-size piano grand piano keyboard in a digital instrument at a similar price point. The GP510 has improved the original instrument in many ways and is a delight to play. FREE Bose Headphones Offer Casio Music UK has teamed up with Bose and for all qualifying* purchases of Casio GP310 and GP510 digital pianos, whilst stocks last, customers can claim their free set of high-quality Bose headphones. To claim your free headphones after delivery of your piano, all you have to do is visit this website, complete the online form and upload a photo of your purchase receipt. Once your claim has been verified, your BOSE headphones will be sent to you directly from Casio. *Free headphones offer is not available in conjunction with any other Casio promotion (including music teacher discount). Casio has listened to their customers and the enhancements made in the GP510 are subtle, but most importantly they make the instrument even more enjoyable to play than ever before. The GP510 is a serious contender against Hybrid pianos from other manufacturers which are much higher priced. This should be on your list of pianos to try if an authentic grand piano keyboard touch is important to you. Tony White - Bonners Piano Specialist PART EXCHANGE YOUR PIANO If you already own a piano which you would like to upgrade to the new Casio GP510 then please email details of what you have to partex@bonnersmusic.co.uk. It is helpful if you could attach some photos to your email. We'll get right back to you with a part exchange valuation and you could have the new Casio GP510 in your home quicker than you first thought! We offer great part exchange values and it saves you the inconvenience of selling your instrument on the private market. BUY ONLINE OR TRY THE GP510 IN OUR STORES You can either buy the GP510 online or come and try the complete Casio Grand Hybrid piano range in our stores. Our digital piano centres are located in Eastbourne (Sussex Coast), Reigate (Just off JCT 8 M25 motorway in Surrey), and from winter 2019, Milton Keynes - very close to the M1 motorway. Keyboard Action Developed In Collaboration with Bechstein One of the most important factors when choosing a digital piano is the feel of the keyboard (known as the Keyboard 'Action'). A good keyboard action should accurately translate the expression and emotion of the performer through the music. Hybrid pianos are unique because they are fitted with a full-size replica of an acoustic piano keyboard action - it's just the sound which is reproduced digitally. This gives the best opportunity for a more realistic playing experience and it has been proven that Hybrid pianos such as the GP510 are preferred by most players over digital instruments with standard 'emulated' key actions. The GP510's triple-sensor keyboard action was developed by Casio in collaboration with Bechstein - the World-class German acoustic piano builder. Every detail of the key mechanism has been replicated in detail - including long wooden key length, balance pins, fulcrum, escapement, hammer weighting and key return speed. The key action found in the GP510 competes with Hybrid pianos costing many thousands of pounds more. Players should find the transition from digital to acoustic pianos seamless with the Casio Natural Grand Hammer Action Keyboard, which makes it the ideal instrument for beginners and more experienced players alike. Just like many modern acoustic pianos, the white keytops are made of acrylic, whilst the black keys are constructed using Phenol. The response of the piano keyboard can be matched to suit your playing style with five different sensitivity settings. Three Distinctive Piano Voices Using Casio's newly developed AiR Grand sound creation system, the GP510 has three core piano voices - Berlin Grand, Hamburg Grand and Vienna Grand (we'll let you guess which famous piano brands these represent!). Maximum polyphony is 256 notes so you shouldn't experience notes cutting off - even with heavy use of the damper pedal. As with the very best digital pianos on the market, the GP510 piano voices can be tailored to your own taste by altering characteristics such as resonance, action sound, key off simulator and grand piano lid simulator. Additional useful voices The GP510 has more than just piano voices. In fact, there are an additional 35 other useful voices including e.pianos, harpsichords, organs, strings, choir and many more. Two voices can be layered together to create rich sound textures, or choose two voices to split across the treble/bass registers of the keyboard. Save Your Personal Settings With SCENE MEMORIES As well as more voices and an improved cabinet design the GP510 sets itself apart from the lower range GP310 model with the incorporation of Scene Memories. This function allows you to store your own EQ and voice settings to one of ten locations for instant recall - this is a really handy feature. Onboard Sound System & Speakers The Casio GP510 uses a Grand Acoustic System to reproduce the best possible sound. A three-way, six-speaker system is driven by a 30w + 20w x 2 powerful amplifier. In addition to this, the sound is further enhanced with an opening top-board lid and volume sync'd EQ when using headphones. Duet 'Twin Piano' Mode It is possible for two people (for example Teacher/pupil) to sit at the Casio Grand Hybrid piano and play in similar-sounding tonal registers simultaneously. The sound of each 'part' can also be panned to the centre of the stereo spectrum, or hard-left / hard-right to make differentiation between the players more obviousl - this is especially useful when using headphones. Onboard Song Recorder Recording your own performance is both fun and useful - especially if you're learning challenging pieces. The GP510 allows recording of one song consisting of two tracks in the internal memory - with a maximum length of 5000 notes. It is also possible to attach a USB memory stick (not supplied) on which you can record up to 99 songs in .WAV audio format - the ideal medium for sharing your masterpieces with friends and family. Other Useful Features High quality digital effects including Hall Simulator reverb Metronome (20 - 255BPM) Three pedals with half-daming sustain pedal Concert Play audio backing tracks on-board 60 onboard Music Library songs Octave shift Key transpose +/- two octaves in semitone intervals Fine tuning from A=415.5Hz to A=465.9Hz LCD display screen with backlight Auto power off function Line In / Out - 6.35mm (�") jack sockets for both MIDI IN/OUT USB to HOST USB to DEVICE Casio GP510 Dimensions The Casio GP510 measures 1434mm(L) x 489mm(D) x 963mm(H) Casio GP510 Weight The Casio GP510 weighs 78.5kg / 173.1 lb
Second Hand Yamaha CVP204 Digital Piano With Matching Stool; Serial No: 604108 Second Hand Yamaha CVP204 Digital Piano With Matching Stool; Serial No: 604108 secondhand
£1,299.00
£999.00
£300.00 off RRP
In Stock
Second Hand Yamaha CVP204 Digital Piano With Matching Stool; Serial No: 604108 This has undergone a full check including: Tested and is in Full Working Order Condition: (please see photos) Cleaned Software Reset Includes: Matching Adjustable Stool Owners Manual Power Supply 1 Year Warranty Delivered Free Of Charge To Selected Postcodes This instrument is available for free delivery in the following postcode areas: AL BN CR HP KT LU MK PO RH SL SG SM TN TW UB WD We can deliver to other areas but charges may apply. Please call us on 01323 639335 for more information regarding delivery Yamaha CVP204 specification 88-note graded hammer action keyboard 64-note polyphony 311 + 480 XG voices 16 drum kits and 191 styles - 1 MB internal Flash ROM for style song registration Dual and split modes - Reverb, chorus and DSP - Metronome 16-track sequencer - Music database - Registration memory - 3 pedals Guide lamp tuition system - General MIDI and XG, floppy disk drive USB Port Elegant cabinet design with sliding key cover Headphone jack for silent practice 40w x 2 stereo amplification (16cm + 5cm +)x2 Weight 66 kgs Dimensions 1381 x 598 x 900 mm
Second Hand Yamaha CVP609 Digital Piano Serial No: BCSX01018 Second Hand Yamaha CVP609 Digital Piano Serial No: BCSX01018 secondhand
£3,999.00
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Second Hand Yamaha CVP609 Digital Piano Serial No: BCSX01018 This has undergone a full check including: Tested and is in Full Working Order Condition: (please see photos) Cleaned Software Reset Music Finder Updated Updated to Ver 1.23 Includes: Matching Adjustable Stool Owners Manual Power Supply 1 Year Warranty Delivered Free Of Charge To Selected Postcodes This instrument is available for free delivery in the following postcode areas: AL BN CR HP KT LU MK PO RH SL SG SM TN TW UB WD We can deliver to other areas but charges may apply. Please call us on 01323 639335 for more information regarding delivery About the Yamaha CVP SeriesLove playing music. Love playing with music. The new CVP series offers a variety of ways to enjoy music. Thanks to ‘Real Grand Expression’ you can achieve a performance feeling just like that of a grand piano: perfect sound, touch and pedals. Create your own performance desired setup for the piano voice with the new ‘Piano room’ feature, for example by changing the lid position or setting. The new CVP series offers much more: Discover a versatile piano that includes numerous instrument voices in addition to the piano. Thanks to the powerful style engine with several backing bands you can play a multi-instrument ensemble all by yourself. Plug in a microphone and enjoy the sing along feature – either accompany yourself, choose a backing track or even sing your own audio files using the karaoke function or Vocal Cancel. The new intuitive control panel is incredibly easy to use and even if you're not used to reading scores you can still learn and play for the first time thanks to guidance functions or scores on the display screen. On top of all of this, you can even manage music data and set up performance settings by connecting special apps for iPad. Below is a brief list of the added features found on the CVP609 over the CVP605 model Linear Graded Hammer keyboard Natural Wood Keyboard extra large colour widescreen touch display GP Response Damper Pedal 1620 voices including Super Articulation 2 voices 566 styles Vocal Harmony (VH2) Master Compressor (30W + 30W) x 2 + 80W (CVP609) (40W + 30W + 15W) x 2 (CVP609GP) 20cm + 16cm x 2 + 5cm x 2 + 3cm x2 speaker system Click Here for more information on our price match policy.
Second Hand Yamaha DGT2A Self Playing Disklavier Digital Piano With Matching Concert Stool Serial No: 37576 Second Hand Yamaha DGT2A Self Playing Disklavier Digital Piano With Matching Concert Stool Serial No: 37576 secondhand
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Second Hand Yamaha DGT2A Self Playing Disklavier Digital Piano With Matching Concert Stool Serial No: 37576 Tested and is in Full Working Order Condition:(please see photos) Cleaned Includes: Updated with USB Drive Power Supply 1 Year Warranty Delivered Free Of Charge To Selected Postcodes This instrument is available for free delivery in the following postcode areas: AL BN CR HP KT LU MK PO RH SL SG SM TN TW UB WD We can deliver to other areas but charges may apply. Please call us on 01323 639335 for more information regarding delivery Yamaha's incredible DGT2A combines full Disklavier III capability, a Yamaha grand piano keyboard assembly and Yamaha's stunning digital piano sound technologies in a compact grand piano-esque cabinet. An extraordinary integration of musical technologies Combining a century of Yamaha acoustic piano expertise with state-of-the-art Yamaha digital technology, Disklavier GranTouch grand pianos offer unsurpassed performance and versatility for playing, learning and musical entertainment. Updated to the latest USB drive, so now you can have thousands of songs on one USB stick ready to play all your most loved tunes.This piano also records your performance and the keys move when it plays back! Real grand piano keyboard Incorporating the peerless Yamaha grand piano keyboard and action mechanism, the DGT2A offers a solid, natural touch and expressive control far superior to that of most digital pianos. Optical key and hammer sensors capture the subtlest nuances of expression, without mechanical interference, while pedal sensors register foot control as well. Superb concert grand sound Piano tones are stereo sampled across the full dynamic and tonal range of the Yamaha concert grand. Incredibly lifelike, they even recreate the harmonic resonance from other strings when using the sustain pedal. Reverb effects can simulate chamber and hall acoustics, and the 60W x 2, six-speaker audio system delivers rich, full, powerful sound. Elegant piano cabinetry The DGT2A, compact modern styling, is crafted to the standards of the finest furniture, with an opening lid and impeccable attention to every detail. The DGT2A is an elegant addition to any room. The advantages of a digital Unlike acoustic pianos, the DGT2A lets you control performance volume, or play and listen in total privacy through one or two pairs of headphones. They never need tuning, adjust easily to the pitch of other instruments, and connect to external MIDI and audio components. Recording & playback Disklavier technology lets you record and reproduce what you play, or enjoy the performance of world-class artists 'live' in your own home. You can cancel the key movement to play along, change the tempos transpose into other keys — even play one hand while the piano plays the other. Nearly 700 digital voices The Yamaha XG tone generator provides 697 instrumental and speciality voices (491 selectable) plus sophisticated digital effects. It also interacts with other MIDI equipment, and enables orchestrated piano/ensemble concerts. Audio/MIDI CD capabilities Equipped with both CD and UPGRADED to USB, the DGT2A can play a wide variety of music software. The DGT2A also reproduces high-fidelity audio tracks, so you can enjoy piano playback complete with instruments and vocals. Versatile programming You can store a library of favourite songs on 16 internal memory disks, group selections as you like, link groups for continuous chain-play performance, even program automatic timer-controlled concerts. Direct computer interface A simple cable connection lets you link your DGT2A with the power of your PC, for extended song storage and access to a wide world of computer software, peripherals and online music resources. The piano that anyone can play SmartKey™ technology makes it easy for anyone to play, even if you've never touched a keyboard before, leading you through songs note by note and providing professional embellishments and auto-accompaniment. Keyboard: 88-key (7 1/4-octave) Yamaha grand piano keyboard and action Pedals: Sustain, shift and Sostenuto Sensor System: Optical key-position, hammer-speed and pedal-position sensors (Sostenuto pedal: on/off only) Drive System: Key-end solenoids Piano Tone: AWM2 digital stereo sampling (CFIIIS concert grand) - 30 MB wave memory - 32-note stereo sampling/64-note stereo polyphonic - Sustain pedal resonance effects - Reverb ( 3 modes w/depth control) Ensemble Tone: Advanced Wave Memory2 (AWM2), XG/GM modes - 676 normal voices (480 selectable) - 21 drum kits (11 selectable) - 32-note polyphonic - 16-part multi-timbral - Tunable +/-50 cents (with piano tone) Amplification: Stereo (60W x 2) - 3-way speaker system (16, 10, 2.5 cm) x 2 Internal Data Storage: 1 MB x 16 flash memory disks (16 MB total) - Up to 9 disk groups and 99 program sets - SMF (0,1) / E--SEQ file format Removable Media: 3.5" 2HD/2DD floppy disks - Audio/.MIDI CDs Connectors: MIDI In/Out, AUX In/Out, Headphones x 2, To Host (MIDI, PC1, PC2, Mac) - To Piano - CD Control - Audio/Analog MIDI In Playback Functions: Media select (USB, CD, memory disk 1~16) - Transpose (+/- 24 notes) - Piano/ensemble balance - Recording 16 tracks - L/R (split or full) - Quantize - re-record - track edit Metronome: - Visual/audible (with volume control) - 30 ~ 400 bpm, 1/4 ~ 9/4 time Utility: Song copy, sort, delete, title, convert disk format, copy, title, clock/timer, time/date stamp Dimensions: ( D x W x H) 88 x 149 x 97 cm (34-1/2" x 58-1/2" x 38") Weight: 124 kg (273 lbs.) including control unit

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