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The pure feel of the piano. You will forget that you are playing a digital instrument, with its AiR sound production, authentic timbre and richly detailed string resonance reproduction. The lesson function with "Concert Play“ allows you to play the piano part with orchestra accompaniment. The rich sound is enhanced with the option of opening the AP-460‘s piano lid and, just as with a grand piano, enjoying a completely spatial sound experience.Includes matching height-adjustable bench.Here's a short list of its most important features: Features Multi-dimensional AiR sound source 256 Note polyphony Lossless audio compression NEW: Hall Simulator Multi-position piano lid Damper resonance Tri-Sensor keyboard NEW: Concert Play (10 songs) Synthetic ebony and ivory keys NEW: 18 new tones 60 built-in songs Layer, split, duet function Audio recording function Sequencer (1 song x 2 tracks) Metronome Deluxe height-adjustable bench included Casio MSRP for Celviano AP-460 is $1899.99.  Our Price is $1499.99.*In-store customers may inquire if this product is eligible for an instant rebate.1.544283

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Visit PianoWorks and try the new flagship Celviano from Casio, model AP-700.MSRP: $2,999.99.  Now available online for $2,499.99! Sound and form in timeless design The AP-700, like the GP-300 and the GP-500, is equipped with the new AiR Grand Sound Source and stands out with many innovations in the areas of sound, acoustics and effects. The AP-700 barrows from the attractive cabinet & fantastic speakers of the model AP-650M and takes the digital piano to new heights with this amazing sound engine. Product highlights: Developed in collaboration with C. Bechstein AiR Grand Sound Source (256-tone polyphony (max.) 26 tones 3 Concert Grands to choose from: Berlin, Hamburg & Vienna Volume Sync Equalizer Hall Simulator *Visit us for even greater savings in store.**This is a larger item that ships freight, not regular ground shipping services.  Contact us for details.1.453828

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The Celviano line of pianos has been refined for those who demand an authentic grand piano experience. The new AP-650’s traditional design houses new stereo grand piano sounds and enhanced “Ivory Touch” keyboard. Utilizing a new tri-sensor spring-less 88 note scaled hammer action, every nuance and detail of your performance is captured. A new 4 layer stereo grand piano sound delivers a natural, expressive and dynamic piano experience.The AP-650 features amazing 250 built-in tones along with full accompaniment and 180 rhythms. It has advanced features which include an LCD display, 16 track recorder, built-in SD card storage and registration memory to instantly recall splits, layers and rhythms at an instant. The AP-650 has dual headphone outputs, but also includes a powerful 30W per side speaker system which will deliver sound throughout your home. With 128 notes of polyphony, USB MIDI, Duet Mode, 1/4” audio outputs and more, Celviano’s advanced technology and sound will make the AP-650 the perfect addition to any home. 88 note scaled hammer action Grand Piano Sound AiR Sound Source Max 256 Polyphony Casio MSRP for Celviano AP-650 is $2,299.99.  Our Price is $1899.99.*In-store customers may inquire if this product is eligible for an instant rebate.1.442794

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NEW!Be the first to try out the all-new Casio Celviano AP-270!  This model replaces the highly popular AP-260, offering tremendous value for its price.  Here's the highlights on the 270's improved features: Tri-sensor Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard II  Damper Resonance, Hammer Response, Damper Noise 192-note polyphony 22 high-quality tones including stereo-sampled grand piano tones Connection to App (Available in coming November 2017) Lesson feature using 60 Music Library songs plus 10 user loaded songs Duet Mode enabling two people to play in the same range GRAND PIANO 1 button, GRAND PIANO 2 button Temperaments (preset scale): Equal + 16 other types 1.406515

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The AP-260 marks the entry point into multidimensional AiR-sound synthesis and at the same time into the authentic expressiveness and the natural sound quality of the Celviano digital piano. With 18 new tones and the new "Concert Play“ function, music making becomes a real experience on this first-class cabinet pianoforte. The elegant design is emphasized by the "Ivory Touch“ keyboard with its ebony and ivory finish. A must-have for the ambitious beginner.Includes matching bench (Model CB7BN)Here's a short list of its most important features: 18 high-quality tones including stereo-sampled grand piano tones Digital effects: reverb (4 types), chorus (4 types), brilliance, DSP (preset for some tones) Lesson feature using 60 Music Library songs plus 10 user loaded songs Duet Mode enabling two people to play in the same range Recorder: 2 tracks x 1 song (approx. 5,000 notes) Two GRAND PIANO buttons and an ELEC PIANO button for instant access Slide-type keyboard cover Auto Power Off Casio MSRP for Celviano AP-260 is $1499.99.  Our Price is $1049.99.*In-store customers may inquire if this product is eligible for an instant rebate.1.357046

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The pure feel of the piano. You will forget that you are playing a digital instrument, with its AiR sound production, authentic timbre and richly detailed string resonance reproduction. The lesson function with "Concert Play“ allows you to play the piano part with orchestra accompaniment. The rich sound is enhanced with the option of opening the AP-460‘s piano lid and, just as with a grand piano, enjoying a completely spatial sound experience.Includes matching height-adjustable bench.Here's a short list of its most important features: Features Multi-dimensional AiR sound source 256 Note polyphony Lossless audio compression NEW: Hall Simulator Multi-position piano lid Damper resonance Tri-Sensor keyboard NEW: Concert Play (10 songs) Synthetic ebony and ivory keys NEW: 18 new tones 60 built-in songs Layer, split, duet function Audio recording function Sequencer (1 song x 2 tracks) Metronome Deluxe height-adjustable bench included Casio MSRP for Celviano AP-460 is $1899.99.  Our Price is $1499.99.*In-store customers may inquire if this product is eligible for an instant rebate.1.328901

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