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  • ES920 and ES520 Digital Pianos from Kawai

    Mike Lawson | December 29, 2020

    Combining Kawai’s Responsive Hammer keyboard action and Harmonic Imaging sound technologies, the ES920 (pictured) and new mid-range ES520 reproduces the touch and tone of a concert grand piano, providing an authentic, rewarding playing experience for musicians of all abilities.

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  • Kawai’s ES920 and ES520 Digital Pianos

    Mike Lawson | October 16, 2020

    The ES920 and ES520 are the latest additions to Kawai’s popular ES series of portable digital pianos.

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  • Kawai’s DG30 Digital Grand Piano

    Mike Lawson | July 31, 2020

    Kawai America’s new DG30 digital grand piano combines Kawai's highly authentic Responsive Hammer III (RHIII) keyboard action with the Shigeru Kawai SK-EX concert grand piano sound, delivering an authentic grand piano playing experience.

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  • Kawai’s CA49 and CA59 Digital Pianos

    Mike Lawson | July 6, 2020

    The CA49 and CA59 are the latest high-performance additions to the popular Concert Artist series of premium digital pianos from Kawai.

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  • The NV10 Digital Piano from Kawai

    Mike Lawson | April 2, 2018

    The NV10, the very first model in the new NOVUS series of hybrid digital pianos from Kawai.

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  • Exploring New Electronic Keyboards

    Mike Lawson | August 14, 2014

    Manufacturers discuss the latest keyboard tools for the music classroom

    The integration of powerful new software has changed the way many sectors of the music industry have done business, from recording software to live sound and lighting and even at-home guitar rig design. But one segment that’s been poised to take advantage of this shift for years is electric keyboards, specifically those designed in tandem with educational programs.

    For both educators and students, it’s all about options, according to Roland key accounts manager Ellen Gonzales. “We, as a consumer nation, have changed the way that we consume things,” she says. “We’re not just looking for things that we can buy to use today. We want something that can grow with us. Just think of iPads – people buy them and then constantly upgrade and add to them. I do think that’s a trend that won’t go away and it’s wise to play into that mentality.”

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