Korg LP380 Digital Piano - Musikmesse 2013

Korg introduces the LP380 Digital Piano at Musikmesse 2013, an electronic grand piano with a slim and slick design.

Korg LP380 Digital Piano

Korg knows that the way the keys feel and respond is very critical to a digital piano, and so they equipped LP380 with Real Weighted Hammer Action 3 (RWH3) keys. The 88 keys are designed to mimic the size and behavior of an acoustic grand piano.

The keybed performance is matched by a selection of convincing piano sounds, which are produced by its built in high-output amplifier and large diameter speakers. The unit has 9 temperaent types and can handle up to 120 polyphony voices. You have 3 banks that carry 10 sounds each including acoustic and electric pianos, organs, strings, choir, guitar, marimba and more.

This digital piano also comes with its own effect section, featuring Brilliance, reverb and chorus with 3 levels each. It also comes with 30 demo songs and a very nifty built-in metronome. For authentic performances, this digital piano has a three-pedal design with half-damper support.

Aside from action and sounds, the LP380 has a slim and slick profile that can double as a nice looking furniture to match your interior, much like an acoustic piano but without the bulky size and weight. Measuring at 26 cm in depth, the Korg LP380 is meant to easily fit on various spots at your home.

Korg LP380 Digital Piano

The wooden keyboard cover is flat on top, and gives it an elegant look that will easily blend into any type of room. The cover uses a soft landing mechanism to ensure it closes lightly and safely. Although the chassis is slim, it is designed to be sturdy enough to handle various playing styles and years of use.

The Korg LP380 is available in two colors to match the color scheme of your room - black or white. For more information about the LP380, you can visit Korg.

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