Kurzweil Music Systems is proud to announce the release of the SP4-8 stage piano, a premium instrument designed for musicians who require exceptional sound quality and expression. Top professionals and hobbyists alike will be able to appreciate the responsive 88-note hammer-weighted action, nuanced sound design and advanced performance features, all of which set the SP4-8 apart.
Equipped with many of the same sounds and effects as our acclaimed PC3 family, the SP4-8 offers the best Kurzweil has to offer; a variety of exquisite acoustic pianos, vintage electric pianos, dazzling string sections, lush pads, KB3 organs, mallets, drums, basses, guitars and more. With four programmable zones, the SP4-8 conveniently allows you to create splits and layers at the touch of a button, which means you can react and adjust your sound in a live setting on-the-fly with comfort and ease.
"Until now, the industry has not seen a stage piano with this level of sound quality, end of story", states Mike Papa, National Sales Manager for American Music and Sound. "With the ability to download additional sounds via USB, the SP4-8 can be custom tailored to suit any player's needs. Once again we're proud to continue our tradition of non-obsolescence by design with products that can grow and evolve along with players."
With additional sounds online available for download, you can create a personalized sound set with absolutely no "filler". Don't need drums or guitars? Download extra electric pianos and KB3 organs. Also, the SP4-8 can load programs created on our PC3 and PC3LE keyboards. All of this means that you, the player, can be involved in shaping the character of an instrument that you can truly call your own.
The SP4-8's slim enclosure gives it a small footprint, while it's still rugged and solid enough to easily withstand heavy and frequent playing. Weighing in at 39 lbs (17.7 kg), it's our lightest ever 88-note keyboard, striking the perfect balance between and portability and playability.
We hope that the SP4-8 will become more than just a tool, and more of a partner in your creative process and music making.