Although this digital piano has built in amplification, with line outs for a sound enginer (if required), we can supply external sound reinforcement for both the piano, CD backgound music and Microphones for speech.
If there are any special requirements regarding delivery like stairs etc please speak to us before booking. Way back in 1982, the American, Ray Kurzweil (with the help and guidance of Stevie Wonder) was the first to realistically sample and transfer the sound of an acoustic grand piano into a piano keyboard.
If you're looking for a cheaper alternative to the Yamaha or Roland, but at the same time having a reasonable piano sound then Casio could be an option for you. Hadley offer an excellent range of affordable digital pianos that are suitable for anyone learning to play. Because Kawai also manufacture acoustic pianos they have good piano knowledge, which enables them to build good quality digital pianos. Korg make excellent stage pianos (some of the best), but they only have a small selection of budget range digital pianos.
Unlike other Clavinovas, the CLP480 RW has three built-in amps(Tri-Amp System)to produce a rich, well-defined tone across the entire register. If you need to cancel the hire more than 7 days before the start of the hire, we will refund 50% of the fee. Now Kurzweil has a vast range of digital pianos, grand and stage pianos, keyboards and synths.
You can choose from their starter piano (EZ-102), or their most popular range (B1 and B3) for all levels and abilities.
All their digital pianos have the correct key resistance to emulate the feel of a real piano, which is essential for children learning. The starter piano (CDP1) is designed for someone that wants a realistic piano sound and touch without too many bells and whistles.


Kawai digital pianos have a pleasant sound, and a medium-weight, soft touch at the bottom of the key stroke.
An authentic grand piano sound is produced by the GP soundboard speaker and Yamahas latest RGE sound engine.
Their top end digital pianos from the CA range are really good (they're worth comparing against the equivalent Yamaha CLP models). The CLP480 also plays XG-compatible data, enabling you to play alongside an orchestra or any backing track. Check out the Hadley D10, which is a full cabinet-style digital piano with 3 built-in pedals, a great sound, and costs less than £400.
The models white keys have been crafted from natural wood and are overlaid with Yamahas synthetic ivory, producing a natural finish with added grip, giving a more natural feel and responsive feedback.
A digital piano that does what is says on the tin: reliable, well-built and a good resale value.
Check out the popular MPS10 portable piano, the student piano M210, also the M10F home piano. Casio have made some small improvements over the past few years but they really need to focus more on quality. Roland is worth considering and comparing against Yamaha and Kurzweil equivalents, but the prices are a little higher. Going up the range you have the M3W, which has an all natural wood key action made in Italy.
The MK10 is a self-playing digital baby grand piano and is the only one available that has moving keys when in self-play mode (very popular in hotels, restaurants, bars and even for home use to impress the guests).
The Yamaha CLP480 offers four touch sensitivity modes: light, medium, heavy and fixed, adapting to the players personal style and deftness of touch.


Verdict: Very nice pianos with the latest technology, excellent build quality, reliable, and a good brand name. With three pedals (damper with half pedal effect, sostenuto, soft), the piano is equipped to provide excellent tonal clarity even in the most complex and dense passages. The GP response damper pedal produces a rich acoustic sound, and is ideally suited for flowing arpeggiated passages where precise pedal work is important.
The Yamaha CLP480 has a rich acoustic tone that is powered by Yamahas Real Grand Expression sound engine. There is a choice of tone settings, including stereo sustain samples, key-off samples, string resonance, smooth release and damper resonance. A maximum polyphony of 256 notes caters for the demanding pianist, ensuring a distinct clarity throughout dense and complex passages. There are a number of effects including: 5 reverb settings, 3 chorus settings, 7 brilliance settings, 12 DSP settings, IAC (Intelligent Acoustic Control), dual and split functions. There are 16 voice demo tracks and 50 piano tracks preloaded on the Yamaha CLP480, and you can record a maximum of 250 songs and 16 tracks. The CLP480 has transpose, tuning and tempo range settings (in 5 languages), allowing you to play along to your favourite tracks that are written in a different key, or to provide the piano accompaniment for an ensemble. You can record your performance data to USB flash memory as an audio file (WAV) and store it on a computer to track your progress, burn to CD, or even upload to portable media players for listening on the go.




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