The new Suzuki MDG-4000ts Digital Grand ... Click To Read More About This Product
The new Suzuki MDG-4000ts Digital Grand Piano is a serious instrument for the serious musician that will capture your attention the second you turn it on. You won't believe the technology, touch, feel and sound packed into this beautiful Baby Grand Piano.
Beginning with the renowned Fatar graded hammer action, velocity sensitive keyboard with 128-note polyphony, quality and attention to detail elevate this instrument among its peers. Maintain complete organizational control using the lighting fast 7" color touchscreen as you work with its 672 selectable voices, 256 GM voices, 240 rhythm styles and 17 drum kits. Its 16 track sequencer can store 500 user songs with huge 32GB internal memory USB drive. Add digital reverb, chorus and adjustable graphic equalizer and you start to understand the enormous capability of the MDG-4000ts.
Your music is delivered through a stereo sound system that covers the full range of nuance and expression by driving varied power outputs to just the right speakers. Rattle the windows or whisper every note; the MDG-4000ts will obey your every command.
Skilled woodworkers craft each furniture quality hand-rubbed lacquer cabinet with beautiful European chrome hardware to showcase an incredible array of technology and sophistication. And factory direct pricing establishes a new price point for an instrument of this quality. Compare features and specifications to any Digital Grand Piano available today and be amazed at the exceptional value offered by Suzuki's newest piano. Curbside delivery is included.
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Comments about Suzuki MDG-4000ts TouchScreen Baby Grand Digital Piano:
First of all, for those who are curious, MDG-4000ts is a Japanese brand but Made In China.
I will begin with the PROS first.
1. a wide range of voice samples, and the sounds are pretty realistic.
2. the Pedal Functions are remarkable! You can assign each pedal to perform a vaierty of tasks.
3. easthetically exquisite - beautiful grand piano!
4. IT GOT WHEELS! - yes you can push it around the room as you desire.
5. works ok with recording software - I was able to record the keyboard sounds as MIDI onto Logic Pro. (with difficulty tho; also this was my primary goal)
6. Touch screen makes it easier to browse thru voices and selections.
7. the voices are adjustable - you can tweak the parameters of each voice (including ADSR, touch sensitivity, volume, pan, cut off, resonance etc.) easily.
Now the CONS.
1. physical qualities can be improved (detailed explanation below)
2. LID got stuck on the very first time opening it, gets stuck occasionally.
3. IRRITATING PEDAL NOISE!!
4. Key velocities are not equally balanced. (some black keys sound louder than the white keys when striked with same strength)
5. Acoustic Drum patches pretty much sound the same!
6. Hammer Action... well let's put it this way, if you are someone who played on real grand pianos (Yamaha, Kawai, Bosendorfer, Steinway & Sons) for several years you probably won't be happy with this one. (The Casio Privia series offer more realistic action than this one)
7. No "Local OFF" command - you can get around this by simply turning the master volume down. When you have a pre-recorded track using the keybaord sounds and you suddenly decided to record a software instrument track, you must turn down the volume of the keybaord so that you won't hear two sounds playing at once. But the problem becomes, by turning down the volume of the keyboard you also turn down your pre-recorded keybaord tracks. (there's probably a way to get by it, but haven't found a solution yet)