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  • new - Yamaha CP4 stage piano - with motif sounds

     

    http://usa.yamaha.com/products/musical-instruments/keyboards/stagepianos/cpstage/cp4_stage/

    MSRP $3K


  • #2

    $2,199.99 at kraftmusic

    VS RD700NX -

    way cheaper

    wayyyyy lighter

    wayy smaller width

    no rythm/sequence playback section

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    • 1001gear
      1001gear commented
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      Wow @ CP$

      3K no half pedal? Hanmmonds?
       The piano demo does sound like a recording of an actual piano though.


    • TIMKEYS
      TIMKEYS commented
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      zzzxtreme wrote:

      $2,199.99 at kraftmusic

      VS RD700NX -

      way cheaper

      wayyyyy lighter

      wayy smaller width

      no rythm/sequence playback section


      I see this board as more of  RD300nx type board than the flagship   RD700 series.   So the costs are pretty equal if you go apples to apples. 


  • #3
    3k msrp, 2200 k now. Has half pedal and
    organs (from motif)
    its light !

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    • 1001gear
      1001gear commented
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      zzzxtreme wrote:
      3k msrp, 2200 k now. Has half pedal and
      organs (from motif)
      its light !

      Oh, FC3. I wasn't aware of the capability. 2.2 K sounds much better too.


  • #4

    Cudos to Yamaha. Even as a fan of the Roland RD series, I think the CP4 is a really compelling stage instrument...

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    • #5
      Agree with scott. Wooden keys, xlr out. High end stuff. Will appeal to many performers

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      • wesg
        wesg commented
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        Same action as CP5? I played one of those the other night at a rehearsal (was sitting in to fill a seat). I was blown away by the action. Stellar.

    • #6
      It is a different action -- now the weighting is graded. I think it is an existing action with the same triple sensor system.

      Part of the reason the CP series action seems so responsive is because of the continuous velocity sampling that is expressed in the EP models. Other boards like some Nord units only have 4 velocity samples and no fading between them. The EP models in the CP series blend the layers better and have finer control over volume used to voice these sample layers during performance.
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      • 1001gear
        1001gear commented
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        Costco had a Casio w/ piano action so I spent some time pressing and poking at it trying not to attract attention and was puzzled to find the keys had a loose bounciness at the top of the release somewhat like an old spinet. Is this typical of the new piano actions? And the question of wear now comes up.

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