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Casio AP-710 Digital Piano

Casio AP-710 Digital Piano

Regular price $1,538.00 USD
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Casio AP-710 Digital Piano

***Price includes SF Express home delivery

***After shipment, the bank will send the tracking number to the customer. Please contact SF Express to make an appointment for the delivery time.

***If you purchase a wooden frame with three pedals, the price does not include installation. The installation fee is $350 and can be stated in the remarks.

Three legendary pianos

The long tradition of the piano is a time-honored instrument that dates back to the 1700s, and it is still known today for three superb pianos. CASIO has exhaustively researched and analyzed the tonal characteristics of these three complete concert grand pianos built in Berlin, Hamburg and Vienna. We express the sound of these grand pianos in AiR Grand Sound Source using our full digital technology. Now, in a digital piano, you can fully enjoy the magnificent sound of these historic pianos beloved by Liszt, Debussy and other musical giants.

The Sound of the Bolshoi Theater was developed in collaboration with C. Bechstein.

Speaking of C. Bechstein pianos, Claude Debussy declared: "Piano music should only be written for Bechstein." The history of C. Bechstein pianos began in 1853 when Carl Bechstein founded the company in Berlin. Now, Casio has partnered with the renowned piano maker to develop the "Berlin Grand" tone, a balanced, elegant tone with a clear, defined shape. To create a refined tone and vividness, we analyzed the tone of the final C. Bechstein masterpiece, the D282. The resulting sound was even endorsed by C. Bechstein master piano maker Werner Albrecht and incorporated into the CELVIANO AP-710, known as the "Berlin Grand Piano".


keyboard system

The natural playing feel is close to the firm touch of a piano, translating the player's thoughts into sound

Three-Sensor Scale Hammer Action Keyboard II with a Grand Piano's Unique Tone Timing

The difference between the sound structure of a grand piano and a digital piano manifests itself as a difference in the time from when the instrument is played until the sound is audible. The Three-Sensor Scalable Hammer Action Keyboard II responds by combining the system with three sensors to detect key touches in sequence.

Simulated ebony and ivory keys for optimal fingertip fit for easier playing

Simulated ebony and ivory keys have the luxurious feel and texture of a grand piano keyboard. The meticulous crimp surface finish prevents finger slippage due to perspiration and provides a perfect fingertip fit even after prolonged play.

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