Classical by Day, Jazz by Night – how versatile is your piano?
Are you the kind of musician who likes versatility? Are you a pianist who would like to play a Steinway concert grand piano for your classical repertoire, but something a little more suited to a New Orleans jazz bar for your more bluesy moments? Thankfully, digital pianos are fantastically versatile instruments.
Digital Pianos are Perfect for Versatile Playing
Luckily, thanks to the wonders of modern technology, digital pianos are amazingly versatile. Twenty years ago this certainly wasn’t the case and most electric pianos were filled with questionable sounds that a professional musician would turn their nose up at. Today, things are very different.
The Sound of a Digital Piano
Most new electronic pianos will make a wonderful sound. Many people (including professional musicians) can’t tell the difference in sound between an electric piano and a concert grand when they close their eyes – that is just how good the sound is! Digital piano manufacturer Kawai actually sample the sounds inside their range of digital pianos from Steinway pianos which ensures the very best playing experience.
Kawai have recently announced the release of a brand new digital piano – the KDP-110. This piano has got digital pianists all over the world excited and is definitely worth a look. You can find more information about the new KDP110 digital piano on the Chase Direct website.
On top of this wonderful piano sound quality, the range of features and functions allows for incredibly versatile playing. With just the touch of a button, your electric piano can go from producing the sound of a concert grand, to sounding like an e-piano from the 80s, or something that jazz would have been played on in a 1920s speakeasy.