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“Fantastic!”

Written on: 16/03/2015 by Gabriela1953 (1 review written)

I have the CLP 430 (Clavinova). I bought it a year ago. It is incredible! The keys feel the same as a real piano and the sound quality is that of an acoustic grand piano. Not to mention I can record the music I compose or perform and put it on a USB device either in midi or wav format!… Read Full Review

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“I am discussing a Yamaha Clavinova CLP220 here, bought...”

Written on: 15/01/2009 by AWG (48 reviews written)

I am discussing a Yamaha Clavinova CLP220 here, bought new in 2008. This model has now been superceded by the CLP330. Colour light brown. I sold a P60 to upgrade to a Clavinova.

Easy to assemble and will actually break down for occasional gig use. Very heavy keyboard section though so not a regular thing to do. I now use a Casio WK3500 and a Yamaha Portable Grand on gigs. Cheap and easily replaceable.

Very high residual values on Clavinovas, so although obviously not the residuals of an acoustic… Read Full Review

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Awg's Response to AWG's Review

Written on: 21/01/2009

Just to maintain accuracy, I believe it's the CLP 320 that has replaced the CLP 220 (and not CLP 330 as I stated).

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