The Kawai ES 100 digital piano can make your music sound like a million dollars so you too can be star. The music millionaires in the Sunday Times ‘Rich List’ this week unveil no surprises as Sir Paul McCartney steps out as No.1 having amassed a fortune of £730 million. The top ten is an interesting sprawl with U2 third in the rich list rankings and eighth position held by Ringo Star. Despite Sir Paul’s recent lack of No.1’s, 2’s or any significant release in decades his prime position should give us all hope.
With the Kawai ES 100 digital piano it needn’t cost a small fortune of anyone’s money and you can be the star of your own show. All you need is love to play this latest stage keyboard from world leaders in authentic digital piano sound; – you’ll soon be well on your way to earning the respect of your audience.
Kawai ES 100 – Give Keys A Chance
Kawai has been crafting top quality musical instruments for several decades and its position in the digital piano industry remains undisputed today. Tradition and innovation go hand-in-hand as the authentic digital piano sound with a unique hammer action partner with a lightweight and affordable stage keyboard. Featuring 88 weighted keys, the Kawai ES-100 delivers the true acoustic sound of the grand piano and a plethora of alternative keyboard tones from church organ to 60’s electric piano. So if you want to play from Bach to The Beatles and be up there with your own music for the millions wish list then you can!
The Digital Piano Wish List
So in the words of John Lennon – why not give keys a chance. The Kawai ES-100 caters for the softest and most delicate passages requiring the nimblest of finger work to the loudest, punctuated phrases and chord sequences required from the scores of past masters to contemporary stage work. From beginners to aspiring players you could be the next music millionaire on the Sunday Times ‘Rich List’. I know the Kawai ES 100 is No. 1 on my wish list.