These second hand digital pianos are on display in our Enfield, Finchley and Hackney North London piano shops. I have been given the opportunity to purchase from a friend a Clavinova CLP-240 (3 years old) for £500. Which would you recommend as the better buy, assuming I would need to buy the YDP141 from new at £600+?
My question is if I have a max of £1,000 to spend, would I be better off going for the 2nd hand CLP370, or a brand new cheaper model such as the Yamaha YDP181. I'm not overly worried about the number of voices, more the general feel and a good realistic sound. Factors that determine how long a digital piano lasts are: how much it has been played, the quality of the instrument in the first place, and how well it has been looked after. Thomann’s SP5100 is a great digital piano option in a streamlined, space-saving design.


The power and versatility of Clavinova CVP - now with touch screen technology for easy access to a wide range of musical features.Featuring the RGE Sound Engine for outstanding playing response and the GH3 (Graded Hammer 3) keyboard with synthetic ivory keytops for maximum playing comfort, the CVP-605 offers extremely high quality piano performance.
Please note that we are only able to supply this item within the UK, Republic of Ireland and Republic of Malta. The CVP-601 is the piano that lets you explore a whole of music and creativity in your own homeThe CVP-601 is an oustanding digital piano which incorporates Yamaha's RGE Sound Engine and GH3 keyboard action for powerful expressive capabilities and superb feel and response. Only buy a well known brand such as: Yamaha, Roland, Casio, Classenti, Kawai, Kurzweil, Broadway or Korg. Its 88 weighted, hammer-action keys will give you full piano functionality plus 17 extra sounds like organ and vibes. This lets you enjoy the playing response and expressive capability similar to that of a concert grand piano.It features a new Smooth Release function which can clearly enunciate staccato notes with the sound of lingering resonance heard when gently lifting your fingers from the keys. This lets you enjoy a playing response and expressive capability similar to that of a concert grand piano.It features a new Smooth Release function which can enunciate staccato notes with the sound of lingering resonance heard when gently lifting your fingers from the keys.


With a huge range of exciting features, the CVP-605 will form the musical centrepiece of your home. You’ve probably experienced the fact that when the volume is low, it is difficult to hear treble and bass. On a Clavinova, however, the Intelligent Acoustic Control (IAC) automatically adjusts the sound, so you enjoy great sound balance even at low volumes.
Additionally, the volume dial automatically makes fine adjustments to the overall sound of the speaker system (EQ) at low volume.
The combination of Acoustic Optimizer and digital technologies gives the CVP Series an incredible expressive capability.



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