Korg SP-280 Digital Piano White, B-Stock
Korg SP-280 Digital Piano White(B-Stock)
(B-Stock) Piano had been damaged in transit and set to supplier for repair, new keybed fitted, made good on the upper and bottom cases but not perfect. (see pics)
Korg Product Overview
Beautiful piano sound, with a stylish design that matches your decor.
Piano players of all levels appreciate playing an instrument that faithfully reproduces the sound and feel of Concert grand piano. Korg's SP-280 offers that experience in a beautifully-designed digital piano that's ideal for your home or as a partner on stage.
The SP-280 provides a playing feel that's incredibly close to that of an acoustic piano by switching between four piano samples according to the dynamics of your performance. From delicate pianissimo to dynamic fortissimo, the sound will respond realistically to how you play. In particular, the "Grand Piano" sound reproduces the damper resonance that is heard when you press the damper pedal of an acoustic piano, heightening your experience of the overall piano sound and making it even more enjoyable to play.
Special attention has been paid to the high-quality electric piano sounds, which are period-accurate and highly satisfying. The standard electric piano sounds reproduce not only the way in which the tone responds to your touch, but also the subtle noises that occur when you release a key. Six varieties are provided, covering the sounds widely used in the pop music of the '60s and '70s, as well as the tones valued in soul music.
- ãƒ»Rich, dynamic acoustic piano sounds that are enjoyable to play
- ãƒ»Authentic vintage electric piano sounds, perfect for live performance
- ãƒ»High-output amp section produces plenty of volume
- ãƒ»Stylish design
- ãƒ»Natural Weighted Hammer Action (NH) keyboard faithfully reproduces the touch of an acoustic piano
- ãƒ»Lightweight design makes transportation easy
- ãƒ»Newly designed stand is light and easy to attach
- ãƒ»Stereo audio input is provided, for playing along with external audio sources