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Williams Rhapsody Console Digital Piano
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There's nothing bohemian about this Rhapsody which is aesthetcally and sonically pleasing.

Williams Rhapsody Console Electronic Piano is a state-of-the-art electronic piano that provides remarkable acoustic sound and feel in a console with an elegant design and rich wood finish that will look good wherever your place it in your home. Featuring 88 weighted, velocity-sensitive keys, it has 12 piano & keyboard sounds, split and layer sounds, a 2-track recorder allowing song recording and playback, USB/MIDI connection for computers, stereo/mono line outs, and sustain and soft pedals. It's a great choice for beginner and student pianists who need an affordable instrument but want the realistic piano experience, or a church or school looking for an affordable solution to their piano needs.

Williams Rhapsody Console Digital Piano Features:

  • Elegant console design in rich wood finish
    88 weighted, velocity-sensitive keys
    12 piano & keyboard sounds
    Split and layer sounds
    Metronome feature with variable tempo to facilitate practice or recording
    Two-track recorder allowing song recording and playback
    Demo songs corresponding to each voice
    USB MIDI connection for computers
    Stereo/mono line out jacks
    Sustain and soft pedals
    LED display
    2 x YDT816 (4Ohms, 10Watts)
    Includes DC Power Adapter
    Music rest

Williams Rhapsody Console Digital Piano Specifications:

  • Dimensions: 1143mm x 515mm x 310mm, 45" x 20.27" x 12.2"
    Weight:17.2kg, 38.1lb.

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  • Great Feel, Poor Sound

    As reviewed by Ethan Holly on 1/6/2014

    The keyboard feels great, weighted keys feel a lot like a real piano. Couldn't ask for better from a digital piano. The on-board voices are few, and the sampling for the piano sounds is terrible. That said, I am using it as a MIDI controller, plugged into my computer USB port, so for my purposes, the on-board sounds don't matter. If you are looking for a piano that sounds nice, don't get this one. If you are using MIDI and just need the right feel, this piano is a good choice.

    5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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  • Just what I needed

    As reviewed by William Whalen on 12/29/2012

    I can only speak for my own needs when I bought this. I played piano a lot as a kid and even played by ear. In my 40's I write a lot of lyrics and sing and even do a lot of band promotion. I wanted a keyboard that was somewhat portable, that sounded JUST like a piano. This is it. It's a full size keyboard that sounds just like a piano. It's a two man carry, but you could use this for a gig. This keyboard does a lot more than just sound like a piano and I haven't even had time to explore all that, but I've really been enjoying playing the piano again. In 3 days, I was already playing along with Patty Griffin's "Rain." I recorded it and it sounds pretty amazing. Not just me (hahaha), but the tone of the piano too.

    5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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  • Don't Believe The Hype!

    As reviewed by Guery Absolu on 12/6/2013

    I don't believe the critique of this instrument are correct. Everyone here have given this instrument 5 stars when in all actually, it's a 2.5 to 3 stars depending on what you get out of the box. I'm gonna give you the real review here. Assembly: It was pretty easy assembling this piano. All you need is a screwdriver. The Piano part is the heaviest part so if you are feeble, get a friend to help you lift. 4 stars here Quality: Parts surrounding the actual key bed are of low quality. It's completely surrounded by particle board and wood vernier finishes. The best part of the piano is the keybed itself. The weight action of the keys come very close to a real piano. To me, it felt a bit less springy and that can be either be a good or bad thing based on your taste. The keys, though not real ivory do feel pretty good; and my fingers didn't slip off like they tend to on plastic ones. The real bummer on this piano is the damper and sustain pedal. They sqeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaak very loudly! After playing a while, it really does start to bother you. 2 stars Sound: This piano can get up to a fairly loud volume level but the sound quality is lacking. It lacks the warmth of the midrange notes and the bass of the deep notes. The register above middle C starts sounding like a cheap guitar when striking the keys with a certain pressure level(piano). 2 stars Other things: There are no midi ins or outs on this model; only a USB port. Metronome gets drowned out when playing with emphasis. Simple, but awkward user interface. Buttons are too close to keyed. This piano can take a beating. i have been banging on it during finger strength training and so far its still working. 2 stars. This is a good starter piano for your kids to practice on. This should be a 2.5 to 3 star piano for all the reasons mentioned here. The other reviews sound like they they were cooked up by the manufacturer.

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