The Korg SP170S has been impressing teachers and students alike with high quality sound and ease of use…
The Korg SP170S digital piano has been an incredibly popular instrument since its launch. Providing great sound and playing action, in an affordable yet elegant and easy to use unit. At its heart is a great piano sound and great keyboard action, but it isn’t overloaded with unwanted features, making it a breeze to use. This ‘streamlined’ design is ideal for the beginner, as it ensures the focus is solely on learning to play the piano, and not learning how to play the device.
It isn’t just ourselves that recognise just what a great purchase the Korg SP170S is for a beginner, either. Teachers and students have been applauding the simplicity, performance and value of the SP170S since it appeared. This is for some very good reasons…
The Korg SP170S features two concert grand piano sounds, each meticulously sampled from a real, premium quality acoustic grand. The result is two very authentic and detailed piano sounds. Ten popular high-quality sounds, form electric piano and organ, to harpsichord and clav, are included in total.
To add further to the sound reproduction, reverb and chorus effects are also featured.
New hammer action weighted keyboard action
The keyboard equipped to the Korg SP170S is a new, Natural Weighted Hammer Action (NH) keyboard. This is a graded action, meaning that the keys get gradually heavier from the bass keys through to the upper treble key range, just like an acoustic grand. In addition, the key response can be set to three different settings.
Two headphone outputs
It’s a small touch, but a very welcome one. The Korg SP170s ‘ two headphone outputs are ideal for someone to provide tuition, without having to use the onboard speakers, or for two players to duet on the same keyboard.
The Korg SP170S is currently priced at just £499.99 with stand or £429.99 without a stand (prices correct as of 23/07/12).
The SP170S is available at Dawsons right now. Call our stores or customer service team, or order online today. In the meantime, here are a teacher and student sharing their thoughts on the piano…
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