Part of Kurzweil's SP3 line, the 88-key SP3X brings the stage piano concept to new heights, with excellent sound quality and expressiveness. The SP3X keyboard is equally well suited for use on stage, ... Read More
Part of Kurzweil's SP3 line, the 88-key SP3X brings the stage piano concept to new heights, with excellent sound quality and expressiveness. The SP3X keyboard is equally well suited for use on stage, at home, or in the studio, and is perfect for worship-based music.
512 World Class Preset Sounds
Along with the famous Kurzweil Grand Piano, the SP3X Stage Piano offers a wide variety of other top notch sounds, including winds, voices, synths, brass, bass, guitar, percussion, and ensembles. Sounds like leads, strings, and winds come to life, responding to velocity, aftertouch, and 4 real-time knobs, offering unheard of expressiveness in a stage piano. Other sounds of note include Kurzweil's triple-strike Grand Piano, Rhodes, Wurlitzer, and FM electric pianos, Stereo Strings, Brass, Guitar, Bass, Take 6 Vocals, Drums/Percussion as well as the a great GM sound set.
60 Onboard Rhythm Patterns
SP3 series keyboards provide a sophisticated metronome as well as 60 built-in rhythms which cover a broad variety of styles: Pop, Ballad, R&B, Jazz, Rock, Country, Latin, World, etc. It's an ideal array for both practicing and writing your own music.
With a full hammer-weighted action, this 88-key digital piano feels like playing a piano. And with aftertouch sensitivity, the Kurzweil SP3X allows more expressive playing for non-piano sounds like winds, strings, and synths.
The SP3X stage piano is loaded with 128 effect presets, enough to enhance any performance. These are taken from their acclaimed K and PC series, with better sound quality than most standalone effects processors.
The Kurzweil SP3X keyboard's pitch and mod wheels feel smooth and responsive. Combined with aftertouch and its 4 front panel knobs, they offer real-time control of sound which you don't experience in most stage pianos.
The Kurzweil SP3X's easy-to-read display provides all the info you'll need to start making music. You will actually see sound and effect names spelled out instead of just a number.