Chase Direct is Britain’s Number One Digital Piano Retailer
Chase Direct was founded back in 1978 by musician Amrik Singh, and from the very beginning it was clear that the company was destined to be something big. The speciality was originally based on and around synthesisers and electric organs which were all the rage back in the 70s and 80s and proved to be incredibly popular! Throughout the years, Chase Music was the biggest synthesiser retailer in the country and produced a number of award winning models that were favoured by the stars of the day (including Queen, Madness, Bad Company, and Kate Bush to name just a few). There were Chase Direct shops scattered across the country so you were never more than a stone’s throw away from your nearest synthesiser and organ retailer!
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DOTAN THE WONDERING PIANO MAN
In piano related news this week there is a particularly interesting story about the ‘Wandering piano man’! Dotan Negrin, aged just 24, is becoming more and more well known for his nutty piano antics. He has taken to pushing his upright piano not just around America, but around the world for no other reason that because he can! Back in 2011 Dotan quit his day job, bought a van and a piano, and went in search of a new (and a million times more interesting and exciting) life! Continue reading “Dotan the Wandering Piano Man!”
The Chase P55 portable piano gives you a fantastic playing experience using 88 hammer action keys and a variety of newly developed features. It comprises of the same award winning graded hammer action and adjustable touch sensitivity as the famous CDP-245 and CDP-350. 10 high-quality, high-definition stereo sounds provide you with all you need to sound great on stage, at home, or in the studio!
More than just a Stage Piano
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The portable digital piano from Chase
The portable digital piano is great if you are looking for a Digital Piano with fully weighted hammer action keys, that is still easy to transport but at no cost to the sound of the piano. Portable Digital pianos can be used at home or as a digital stage piano (or just about anywhere as long as there is a power source). Their practical and lightweight construction makes them a powerful tool whether you’re on the move, or stationary. Chase Direct stocks a wide range of Digital Portable Stage Pianos From Chase, Yamaha and Casio. Some digital portable pianos also offer you the option to add a matching piano stand or a pedal unit to make the portable keyboard look more like a stationary instrument.
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As an exciting new addition to the Chase digital piano family, the Chase P-40 is proving to be an absolute hit. With 88 fully weighted keys the Chase P-40 gives an authentic piano feel but with the obvious perks that come with an electric piano such as portability, extra voices, and an in-built metronome.
The Chase P-40 is available with a selection of unbeatable price packages which make it an offer that is simply too good to refuse! Chase Direct are selling the Chase P-40 in three different bundles; the keyboard by itself, the keyboard with a foldable stand, keyboard bench, and other accessories, and the keyboard with a wooden stand, three pedals, adjustable bench, and accessories. Because of the range of these bundles available, there is something to suit all price ranges, and all piano playing levels. Continue reading “The Chase P-40 – The New and Exciting Digital Piano from Chase”
-Chase stole the show, and here’s why:-
As the second half of yesterday’s post, here is another archived advert for the Siel DK70 from the highly successful 1986 Frankfurt review from Chase Music. Chase’s main speciality back in the 1980s was synthesizers and this is a perfect example of one. As it has been stated many times before, although Chase now specialises in digital pianos and portable keyboards, there are a whole range of electronic pianos with features not dissimilar to those of the synths that Chase used to sell, for example the Chase P40! Like back in the 80s, Chase Music still has a showroom where you can come and try a whole range of excellent digital pianos from a range of brands!!
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Although Chase Music now specialises in digital pianos and portable keyboards – in the 1980s things were a little different and the speciality was more focussed on and around synthesizers and organs, which were all the rage at the time. As well as selling top brand electric organs such as the Crumar 915, Crumar 920, and the Crumar 2003, Chase sold a range of top end own brand electric organs of outstanding quality and at amazingly competitive prices.
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Marc Anthony of the old order knew that Rome wasn’t built in a day. Similarly, Marc Anthony, present day singer-songwriter and leader of a new Salsa School Of Thought also knows it takes time to rule the world. Whilst the former is a soldier of historic significance, the latter is working to build a musical empire around his Latino roots. In both English and his native Hispanic tongue Marc Anthony has formulated a repertoire of torrid Salsa tracks that embrace a diverse trio of Latino, Pop and R&B. ‘’I Need To Know’’, released in 1999 is one such single that exemplifies the success of these crossover genres to produce a danceable composition that enchants the generations. Together with the line-up that includes violin, digital piano and indigenous percussion this indulgent affair has us all in raptures and Marc Anthony ruling the Salsa Empire wearing little more than a sache. Continue reading “Marc Anthony – Building The Salsa Empire”