PIANOS/KEYBOARDSCasio Celviano Grand Hybrid GP-310 Digital Piano
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Celviano Grand Hybrid GP-310 Digital Piano
Three Legendary Pianos
Their individual character and tone faithfully recreated!
CELVIANO Grand Hybrid reproduces even subtle nuances of the world’s most respected pianos. Three pianos that originate in Berlin, Hamburg and Vienna were chosen for this project. Casio has painstakingly researched and analyzed the unique characteristics of each piano. CELVIANO Grand Hybrid delivers brilliant sound of these pianos reproduced with Casio’s advanced technology. It will provide the experience of owning three of the finest pianos on earth. For more information or a live demo, call 610.696.1812, Ext. 115 or email email@example.com
First impressions review by Ellie Palmer in the “Pianist Magazine”
“The satin black finish of the GP-310 is very easy on the eye. Satin black oozes panache.
It’s a good size piano – not too big and not too small – making it easy to use and navigate for the majority of pianists.
The gold C. Bechstein logo adds another level of class.”
Austrian spruce keys.
“The first thing I wanted to do was to see just how ‘authentic’ the piano felt to play. I loved the action of the keys immediately.
The keys are made from the same materials used in the making of C. Bechstein grand pianos; Austrian spruce wood, acrylic, phenol and a natural graded hammer action.
The wooden sides of the keys are visible as each note is depressed. This added a lot to my experience of playing the piano.
Normally on a digital, you’ll see artificial white plastic – not the greatest look.Take your pick from three different iconic
European grand piano sounds.”
This Grand Hybrid gives you the option of emulating a Berlin Grand, a Vienna Grand, and a Hamburg Grand.
“The Vienna’s bass is stunning. It replicates wonderfully the muffled heaviness that is so synonymous with an actual grand piano.”
“The Hamburg is very warm; a great sound to use if you like performing music from the Baroque era.”
“The Berlin Grand is my personal favorite. It’s the most balanced of the three and (politely) screams elegance.”
Extremely personal customization
“Damper noises and string resonance noises are synonymous with acoustic pianos.
Casio has taken recordings of these sounds from C. Bechstein grand pianos and implemented them into this model.
Not a fan? You can turn down the volume or switch the sound off completely using the ‘Acoustic Simulator’
located on the piano’s AiR Grand Sound Source – a touch screen navigator on the far left-hand side of the piano.
The AiR Grand Sound Source gives you control over pretty much every aspect of your sound from string resonance,
to reverb, to the position of yourself in the room!
Yes, you can even hear what you’d sound like from the audience’s perspective. The key sensors and piano tones have had a refresh since the release of the previous Casio GP-300BK model. The GP-310 now has five sensitivity levels: Heavy 2 / Heavy 1 / Normal / Light 1 / Light 2. Plenty to choose from.”
A surprisingly good speaker system
“I’ll be honest – I was fully expecting the speaker system to let me down.
How can you replicate the sound that resonates from the strings within a grand piano?
Casio has decided to position the speakers where the piano strings would normally be,
in addition to improving the sound projection. That sounds like a good compromise.”
“At the moment, this is the closest you will get to owning a piano that sounds like an acoustic grand.
This Casio GP-310 comes close, and offers you a whole multitude of customizable features.
At $4,299.00, the GP-310 is a wise choice for any pianist.”