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Concert pianist Michael Kieran Harvey’s review of the ‘cream of the crop’ Kawai MP9500 digital piano, with concert-grand-realistic sound.

“I use the MP9500 in place of a grand to practice on because of it’s superb touch-sensitive action, the best in any digital piano yet made. I travel a lot, and because of its portability and use of headphones, I can play it anywhere, at anytime. I’ve done gigs where I’ve lined it up against a full-length concert grand and challenged the audience to spot the difference in sound – they couldn’t

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  • allan green

    i have an es5 i want to use midi to send bass chord to technics rythym section can do? help would be grateful where can i buy midi device that sits on piano no electric and sends midi signal have seen in operation once regards allan green

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