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Before Technics was purchased by Panasonic (and unfortunately discontinued), it was a highly sought after brand.

If you take a close look at the specification sheet and compare it with today's brands, you will notice there are still a lot of similarities.
With all the above features, you would have to spend around $4,500 to get a comparable instrument. 88 weighted keys, 64 note polyphony, split function, 5 effect types, 3 pedals, LCD display, transpose function, brilliance selector, and touch sensitivity, are just a few of the included features this piano offers. While in the teacher's studio, you can use this to evaluate how your student has played a piece and even save them to monitor their progress.
Choir teachers in schools love this feature as they can focus on hearing and leading the choir, rather than playing the piano to accompany them.

You'll be hard pressed to find many pianos in this price range that have a comparable feature set, even with today's technology.

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