Looking to upgrade your piano? The Kawai CA59 digital piano in Satin White is one of Kawai’s newest options in their premium CA range. Boasting the same Grand Feel Compact wooden keyboard action from previous models, the CA59 also has some fantastic upgrades. Kawai has even managed to enhance their award-winning Shigeru Kawai grand piano sounds, so they sound more natural and realistic than ever. They’ve even squeezed in the SK-5 piano for even more variety. You will also notice that the CA59 has a new cabinet design for a more impressive and premium appearance. Just like Kawai’s top-of-the-range models, the CA59 now features Onkyo hardware. Onkyo is one of the best audio manufacturers in the world, so you know this piano is going to sound excellent. The CA59 also boasts a new OLED control panel with support for Kawai’s new PianoRemote app.
Premium Wooden Keyboard Action
One of the most important parts of a digital piano is the keyboard action. This is why the CA59 utilizes Kawai’s latest Grand Feel Compact keyboard action. This action draws upon 90 years of piano craftsmanship to provide a scintillating playing experience. All of the 88 black and white keys are crafted from long pieces of wood with textured Ivory Touch key surfaces. Just like an acoustic grand piano keyboard, each key rests on a balance pin and moves with a smooth seesaw-like motion. Thanks to the length of these wooden keys, they’re always evenly balanced, even when playing towards the back of the key. For even more realism, the Grand Feel Compact action also features grade-weighted hammers, bass region counterweights, and let-off simulation. There is even a triple-sensor key detection system which enables rapidly repeated notes (such as trills) to be performed without any unnatural break in the sound.
The Choice of World-Class Pianos
To ensure you have the best possible experience, the sounds of the SK-EX, SK-5, and EX have been placed into the heart of the CA59. These Shigeru Kawai instruments can be found in the most prestigious concert halls and musical institutions throughout the world and are recognized for their outstanding tonal clarity and exceptional dynamic range. Professional pianists often select these pianos for prestigious events such as the Chopin, Tchaikovsky, and Rubinstein international piano competitions, among others. Now you can play on a Shigeru Kawai. All 88 keys of the SK-EX, SK-5, and EX concert grand pianos were painstakingly recorded, then accurately reproduced as high-fidelity digital waveforms. Unlike other piano manufacturers, Kawai records each note individually to preserve the grand pianos’ unique harmonic character. This way, you always get an accurate representation of the original instruments. But the CA59 doesn’t just come with piano sounds. It includes 44 high-quality tones from all over the world, including electric pianos, organs, strings, choirs, and synths. For extra experimentation, the CA59 features Dual playing mode, which enables you to play two different sounds at the same time, such as a piano and strings. The CA59 even includes a Four Hands mode which divides the keyboard into two separate keyboards. This is a must-have for teachers as it enables a teacher and student (or student and student) to play at the same time, while only requiring one instrument.
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