The Korg SP-280 accurately recreates the experience of playing a concert grand piano. It provides a playing feel that's incredibly close to that of an acoustic piano, from delicate pianissimo to dynam... Read More
The Korg SP-280 accurately recreates the experience of playing a concert grand piano. It provides a playing feel that's incredibly close to that of an acoustic piano, from delicate pianissimo to dynamic fortissimo. The SP-280 contains 30 richly expressive and high-quality sounds, including grand piano, electric piano, organs, clavs, harpsichord, strings, and more. The optional pedal unit (PU-2) provides soft and sostenuto pedals in addition to the included damper pedal, completing the true piano playing experience.
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Comments about Korg SP-280 88-Key Digital Piano with Stand:
Pros: The Korg SP280 has excellent real piano feel and sensitivity. There are 3 levels of touch which actually work and are quite noticeable. Keys are heavier on the lower register and lighter on the higher end. The internal speakers are quite good and were a big selling point for me. All sound tones are rich and full, especially in the bass. Volume is more than enough for home use. There are 6 different piano sounds and I enjoy using them all. I especially enjoy using the strings and choir, which also have 3 sound choice variations that are fairly distinctive. When layer two different sounds together there is a function mode option that allows you to adjust the level of each sound to achieve desired balance, a very important feature for me. The reverb and chorus effects are quite good and also have 3 levels of adjustment independently. All the various function controls are relatively simple to use and quite accessible on the fly. The Korg SP280 is sleek, but very sturdy and well built. Another big selling point for me was the included legs which are quite sturdy and completely removable when needed. The legs are also wide apart and out of the way of your knees. A piano bench fits easily underneath and out of the way when not in use. Cons: None so far