Why You Should Consider Kawai
Five years ago, I had not heard of the brand Kawai. If you offered me a Yamaha digital piano and a Kawai digital piano, I would probably have picked the Yamaha purely because I recognised the name and knew their instruments were reliable. Now, five years down the line, I would pick Kawai every time without a moment’s hesitation. Kawai digital pianos are superb and in my opinion, nothing beats them. Here are a few things you might like to know if you have never come across Kawai before.
Kawai Make Steinway Pianos
Steinway pianos are made by Kawai. This alone might sway some people. If you know anything about pianos at all then you will probably be aware that Steinway pianos are considered by most experts to be the best in the world. Knowing that modern day Steinways are in fact largely manufactured in the Kawai factory, is a big selling point for Kawai.
Secondly, Kawai digital pianos are every bit as fantastic as their acoustic pianos and are a strong rival for other big digital brands such as Yamaha and Casio. The sound produced by a Kawai electric piano is unbelievable. To play, you can’t tell the difference between a Kawai digital piano and a concert grand. The hammer action technology inside the keys is awe-inspiring and makes the instruments an absolute joy to play.
Kawai Pianos are Excellent Value for Money
The real winning factor for me is the amazing value for money. A brand new top-of-the-line Kawai digital piano (such as the newly announced Kawai KDP-110) won’t even set you back £1000. A KDP 110 digital piano is packed full of useful features alongside its unbeatable sound quality which makes the price of just £849 jaw-dropping.
Buy Your Own Kawai
If you would like to buy yourself a Kawai digital piano then have a look at the Kawai digital piano section on the Chase Direct website. Here, you will be able to find out technical information regarding all of the available pianos, and much more!