Friday, January 4, 2013

Piano Digital Kawai CL-26 Sale!

Piano Digital Kawai CL-26

affordable & economic
slim design, stylish & durable
easy to use & transportable
remarkable tone and touch
enables to practice silently through headphones
offers a high level of musical performance
and more than just an acoustic piano sound

Price includes:
  • 2 (two) years limited warranty, incl. spare-parts* (*terms & conditions apply) 
  • free delivery/shipping cost (valid for cities in Indonesia)
  • 1 (one) piano bench
  • 1 (one) damper pedal


88 weighted keys
Advanced Hammer Action IV-F
Sound Source
Harmonic Imaging™
88-Key Piano Sampling
Concert Grand, Studio Grand, Electric Piano, Church Organ, Harpsichord, Vibraphone, Strings, Choir
96 Notes
Demo Songs
8 Songs
Concert Magic
40 Songs
Other Features
Touch Curve, Dual, Reverb, Transpose, Tuning, Metronome, MIDI Functions, Auto Power Off
MIDI In/Out, Headphone x 2, Pedal
F-10H Damper
(with Half-Pedal Support)
(12 x 8 cm) x 2
Speaker Power
15 Watts x 2
50.31" x 10.51" x 30.31"
62.7 lbs.
Premium Rosewood
Music Rack, Damper Pedal
B30 Bench


1. Authentic tone, superb feel & sensitivity of touch

  • Wooden-key actions 
  • Graded hammer actions (advanced hammer action IV-F or AHAIV-F) 
  • Harmonic imaging sound technology (88-key piano sampling) - original realistic acoustic piano sound
  • USB digital audio 
  • the unique soundboard speaker system
2. Dual Mode
two sounds could be played at the same time

3. Two Headphone Jacks
  • allowing two persons to listen to the piano in privacy 
  • play silently through headphones
4. Pedal
A high quality damper pedal (not a switch) with half-damper support is included.

5. Metronome
A built-in digital metronome with a variety of time signatures, perfect for practice.

6. Concert Magic & MIDI
This instrument comes with MIDI jacks useful for connecting with other musical instruments and computers.

7. Never requires tuning & unaffected by fluctuating temperature (climate changing/humidity)

8. Compact & easy to move


Kawai Actions… Inspiring Touch
Kawai has long been praised for the superb actions found in our acoustic grand pianos. Translating the unique subtleties and nuances of those actions into that of a digital piano is a formidable challenge; a challenge that is met through Kawai’s 85 years of experience building fine acoustic pianos.

Kawai’s Responsive Hammer (RH) digital piano action utilizes an innovative system of hammer “grading” in which the weights of the hammers mirror the heavier bass and lighter treble hammers of its acoustic counterpart. Finely textured ivory-like surfaces are applied to the keys to absorb moisture and enhance control. A let-off simulation is added to mimic the subtle “notch” sensation that is felt when softly playing the keys of a grand piano.

The newer RH II action adds a triple sensor system key detection to the RH action.
This system enhances the action’s responsiveness, improves repetition and allows for more control and authenticity when playing legato passages.

The RM3 action offers even greater realism through the use of long wooden keys (the longest found in any digital brand) and a mechanical design that closely resembles that of our grand pianos’ actions. Standing for Realistic Materials, Motion and Mechanism, the RM3’s keys pivot on a balance pin, creating the familiar “seesaw” motion found in an acoustic piano action. This action’s graded hammers rise from the upward motion of the back of the keys to strike the electronic key sensors. Additional counterbalancing weights are placed in the front of the bass keys to lighten their heavier touch during pianissimo passages, with a let-off mechanism providing the “notch” sensation. Ivory-touch key surfaces are found on this action as well.

The new Grand Feel (GF) is Kawai latest digital piano action.
Building upon the design principles established in the RM3, the GF action increases the length of the wooden keys beyond that of the RM3 and moves the balance point back to create the longest key-front pivot length in the industry – as long as a Kawai grand piano’s pivot length. This improvement creates a more evenly balanced key touch weight from front to back, making it much easier to play near the back of the keys during complex musical passages. Finally, triple sensor key detection is added to the GF action to improve performance and control.

Kawai's Unique Harmonic Imaging
Kawai’s highly acclaimed sound technology is called Harmonic Imaging™.
Simply put, Harmonic Imaging is a blend of technology and techniques aimed at producing the most realistic recreation of our 9-foot concert grand piano possible. The result is a faithful reproduction of the rich dynamic range of the original concert grand piano, from its delicate pianissimos to the thunderous fortissimos.

Harmonic Imaging with 88-Key Sampling
Recently, Kawai engineers entered the recording studio to develop a newer, enhanced version of the original piano sound. Each key of a piano has its own unique tonal characteristics. Some have only one string, others two and still others three, for instance. There are also differences in hammer felt shape and density. These and other factors create subtle differences in tone from one note to the next. By sampling and recreating each key individually (rather than “stretching” a smaller number of samples) the unique tonal character of each note is preserved.

Kawai’s Progressive Harmonic Imaging (PHI) with 88-key sampling uses a larger tonal “database” than regular Harmonic Imaging to provide greater tonal details throughout the dynamic range. Ultra Progressive Harmonic Imaging (UPHI) with 88-key sampling uses our largest tonal database, thus providing the greatest tonal detail possible.

Harmonic Imaging XL
Starting with the new Concert Artists series, Kawai will roll out Harmonic Imaging XL with 88-key sampling.  Standing for “extra-long”, HI-XL extends the length of the critical attack portion of the sound by up to 120%, articulating the characteristics of each note more clearly and organically.

More Than One Piano Sound
A musician’s preference for the sound of a piano is highly subjective. Much of it depends upon personal taste. The type of music to be played is also a factor. For this reason, most Kawai digital pianos offer more than one type of acoustic piano sound.

Download brochure/catalog HERE

more information:
KAWAI Authorized Dealer in Indonesia
Phone: 0818288006