For Sale a Used Yamaha Clavinova CLP-820 digital piano. This is a full size 88 key keyboard. With the weighting of the keys graded from the heavier in the lower register to lighter in the higher register, just like an acoustic piano. Purchased around 2000. Been sitting collecting dust for over 10 years. Ready for your aspiring student to learn to play.
The big advantage of an electric piano other than price is it is very portable. The base is removable and comes apart as do the legs of the stool. All of the parts can be carried by one person. We have moved this piano several times. There is also stored music to fill your room with piano music all the time, like a player piano.
In addition to authentic touch and sound in a handsome dark rosewood cabinet, the Yamaha CLP 820 has all the features that you want and need. Two pedals with full Sostenuto and all the convenience of a digital instrument: no need for costly tuning, greater portability.
Has volume control and two headphone jacks so you can play without disturbing others or plug into an amp for a larger venue. There are also connections for computer and MIDI for those who would like to use the piano as a MIDI controller.
The piano is in very good condition with very minor wear & tear to the cabinet to be expected from used instrument. Will make a perfect present for anyone starting to learn and will looks great in any surroundings. Comes with the matching stool.
Stereo Sampling AWM tone generation, 88-key GH keyboard with 4-position touch sensitivity and 32-note polyphony. Wooden cabinet with dark rosewood grain finish,5 voices + one variation for each, dual voice, digital reverb, digital reverb, recorder, 7 temperaments, 20W x 2 amplifier, metronome, 2 foot pedals, MIDI, PC interface, sliding key cover, dual headphone jacks.
AWM (Advanced Wave Memory) tone generation has long been recognized as the industry-leader for realistic sound. Because the original sample is close to what you play, AWM has less work to do, and so the sound is even more realistic. And it’s this realism plus a wider dynamic range that makes these CLP Clavinovas sing, allowing you to give performances full of passion and expression.
These keyboards offer the sensitive touch response that makes Yamaha the industry leader in digital pianos, plus a unique extra: instead of using springs or oil dampers to simulate the feel of an acoustic piano, the GH and HE keyboards use actual weights and mechanical linkages to bring an entirely new level of realism.
For the ultimate in lifelike feel, the CLP820 feature the GH keyboard, with the weighting of the keys graded from the heavier in the lower register to lighter in the higher register — just about as close as you can get to the real thing.
To bring you the versatility your music requires, the new Clavinovas offer a wide selection of voices from pianos and electric pianos, to harpsichord, organ, strings, and more. Better yet, there’s a second variation for each voice, effectively doubling the number of voices available.
Enjoy fast, easy connection to your Windows® or Macintosh® personal computer via the PC interface, without the need for costly additional hardware: a single cable is all it takes. And then you have access to a limitless world of music-making potential.
Take advantage of the many computer-based instruction software packages to teach yourself music theory or improve your playing.
Conventional digital pianos quickly run out of notes in fast, dense legato passages: you can hear sustained notes being cut off as the instrument “steals” notes when you play a new one. With the new Clavinovas, though, Yamaha has given you the polyphony you need to take care of fast passages with many sustained notes. The CLP820 offer max. 32-note polyphony so you always have plenty of notes in reserve.
The built-in digital reverb simulates the way sound is reflected from the floor, walls and ceiling to add more depth and life to your music. You can choose from two different hall sizes, a medium-size room, or on-stage ambience to get just the effect you want.
Combine two voices with the dual mode and play them together — the effect can be truly magical. A favorite is strings and piano. Play staccato, and you just hear the piano voice. Play legato, and you’ll also hear a beautiful halo of strings adding extra depth and richness.
Adjust the keyboard’s response to match your playing style or your finger strength. You have the choice of hard, medium or soft, allowing you to get exactly the response you want. There’s also a fixed response setting to turn off touch sensitivity, ideal for playing the organ voice.
Choose from the selection of seven temperaments (Equal, Pure Major, Pure Minor, Pythagorean, Mean Tone, Werkmeister and Kirnberger) to match the period of the music or to experiment in a modern context.
The built-in, 2-track recorder allows you to record a backing track, and then step into t
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