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Williams Allegro 88-Key Digital Piano
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      Williams Allegro 88-Key Digital Piano (H14022)

Real piano feel and sound in a portable solution.

Williams digital pianos have been crafted for musicians and music enthusiasts who want the look, feel and sound of a fine acoustic piano, combined with the amazing range of effects and other features that only a digital piano can offer.

The Williams Allegro follows closely to this tradition with 88 hammer-action, velocity-sensitive keys that provide you with the realistic touch and feel of a full-scale piano in an affordable, portable solution. The Allegro is a great fit for both beginners and pros, with 64-note polyphony and eight different piano and keyboard sounds at a price that will fit into any budget. An advantage of a digital piano versus an acoustic one is its features, and with the Allegro you get a built-in metronome with variable tempos, multiple demo songs corresponding to each voice, MIDI in/out connections so you can connect it with your favorite DAW, stereo/mono line outputs to hook up to monitors or speakers, a sustain pedal, music rest, and a two-track recorder that allows you to record songs and play them back right from the piano. Your friends and family will appreciate the remarkable acoustic sound and feel of the Allegro, and all at a great price.

Williams Allegro 88-Key Digital Piano Features:

  • Keyboard
    Number of keys: 88
    Action: Hammer
    Key size: Full
    Aftertouch: Info not available
    Velocity sensitive: Yes
    Key Type: Piano-style
    Number of voices: 8
    Polyphony (max): 64-note
    Layers: Yes
    Split: Yes
    AUX in: Not applicable
    MIDI: In/Out
    Line out: (L/MONO, R)
    Line in: Not applicable
    USB: Not applicable
    Headphones: 1
    Pedal: 1 (sustain)
    Storage: Not applicable
    Expandability: Not applicable
    Onboard Features
    Audio recording: Yes
    Accompaniment styles: Info not available
    Songs: 8
    Display: Not applicable
    Effects: Not applicable
    Speakers: Yes
    Pitch bend: Not applicable
    Other controls: Not applicable
    Width: 45" (1,143mm)
    Height: 20.27" (515mm) w/rest
    Depth: 12.2" (310mm)
    Weight: 38.10 lb.
    Power adapter: Included
    Sustain Pedal: Sold Separately
    Batteries: Info not available
    Stand: Sold separately
    Bench: Sold separately

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  • A bargain! Good sound for minimum dollars.

    As reviewed by Mark Witt on 4/9/2011

    This piano sounds good, feels good and I am very pleased with my purchase. As I looked around Guitar Center at other options it seemed like the big difference between this keyboard and other 88 key instruments was the 'bells and whistles' like 128 voices, note display, pitch bending etc. I have such a piano too, but guess what: I play it as a piano so the extra stuff doesn't mean much. I bought this one to travel with. One investment I would suggest with just about any keyboard is a substantial pedal. The one in to box is like a sewing machine pedal, moves around and has a cheap feel to it. An M-Audio pedal is only about $20-$25 and performs well. I don't think you'll be disappointed with this instrument at all.

    16 of 16 people found this review helpful.
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  • I'm So Very Happy With This Purchase :]

    As reviewed by Lynn Rosa on 6/22/2013

    I've been taking piano lessons on and off for over 30 years and you'd think i would get good at it, but as a beginner I couldn't be more pleased. I read that the sustain pedal didn't work for many reviewers but mine is fine. the sound is lovely. it does sound, to my untrained ears, like a real piano. it has a full set of keys. it doesn't have alot of bells/whistles which is what i wanted. Trying to keep it simple. It does have a metronome built in. There's a few more features i don't understand and haven't a clue about, i just wanted a basic keyboard that sounded realistic and not like a kids tin play-toy. I am able to use my SennHeiser phones that i already had, so as not to bother my family. Comes with a sheet music stand too. It came shipped to me, from Guitar Center, in excellent condition, nothing was broken...thank God. Thanks GC!!!

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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  • A great purchase..

    As reviewed by Wilbur Smith on 10/8/2013

    After reading all the reader reviews an playing one in a GC store, I purchased the Allegro and have found it to meet my particular needs. Cost was definitely a factor and I had no illusions about its capabilities...or lack of them, according to some reviewers. A professional solo piano stylist for many years I found it to be a great practice piano. It's no Steinway D, but it looks, sounds and feels great. Its an incredible bargain, and although under $300, its no toy. I didn't buy it for stage use, and my small apartment is not a piano lounge or concert hall. Still I'm totally satisfied with its capabilities and that it well suits my needs as a musician. It'll be interesting to experiment with auxiliary amplification.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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