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Williams Allegro 88-Key Digital Piano

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Overview

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.

FEATURES

Keyboard
Number of keys: 88
Action: Hammer
Key size: Full
Aftertouch: Info not available
Velocity sensitive: Yes
Key Type: Piano-style
Sounds
Number of voices: 8
Polyphony (max): 64-note
Layers: Yes
Split: Yes
Connectivity
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
Other
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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WilliamsAllegro 88-Key Digital Piano
 
4.0

(based on 43 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Pretty Decent

This piano is a bit on the heavy side at 48 lbs (according to UPS). It looks much better than it does in the pictures. The buttons do feel rather cheap and the...Read complete review

This piano is a bit on the heavy side at 48 lbs (according to UPS). It looks much better than it does in the pictures. The buttons do feel rather cheap and the features are limited, but the keys easily compensate. They do give you the feel of an authentic piano. I was rather disappointed with the sound at first. There's not much bass and not much to be excited about, but since then, the sound has grown on me. This piano really shines when used with the excellent reverb and the included sustain pedal. Compared to other 88 key digital pianos, this piano holds its own very well. It does feel like it would last many years, and the quality feels on par with similar keyboards from better known manufacturers. It's a very good value for the price and I would recommend it to anyone moving on up to an 88 key. I would be very comfortable performing live on it. Overall, I am satisfied with my purchase.

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Eh.

This piano has an acceptable piano sound and feel for the price. I don't care for the other sounds such as organ and upright bass, but then again I bought it because it's a...Read complete review

This piano has an acceptable piano sound and feel for the price. I don't care for the other sounds such as organ and upright bass, but then again I bought it because it's a piano, if I wanted a bass I would have bought one so that's not a big deal. The one major downside is as others have said playing loud or soft on it can be kind of funky at times. Sometimes I'll be trying to play louder or softer and it will just be choppy loud/soft. For the price it is definitely worth it though. If you're planning on playing shows or if you're an advanced pianist..spend some extra $$ on something better.

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(225 of 233 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Pretty Decent

By Richard

from Chattanooga, TN

Comments about Williams Allegro 88-Key Digital Piano:

This piano is a bit on the heavy side at 48 lbs (according to UPS). It looks much better than it does in the pictures. The buttons do feel rather cheap and the features are limited, but the keys easily compensate. They do give you the feel of an authentic piano. I was rather disappointed with the sound at first. There's not much bass and not much to be excited about, but since then, the sound has grown on me. This piano really shines when used with the excellent reverb and the included sustain pedal. Compared to other 88 key digital pianos, this piano holds its own very well. It does feel like it would last many years, and the quality feels on par with similar keyboards from better known manufacturers. It's a very good value for the price and I would recommend it to anyone moving on up to an 88 key. I would be very comfortable performing live on it. Overall, I am satisfied with my purchase.

(70 of 75 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Not an Expert, but here I go?!?!?

By Ronald Stearns

from Manteca, CA.

Comments about Williams Allegro 88-Key Digital Piano:

So, my 7 year year old had been begging for a piano for the past 9 months and how she wants piano lessons. I figured, what a great Christmas present this would be. Other reviews seamed to be pretty positive for this brand in general. After four days of playing around with it, it appears to be a decent instrument and well constructed for the money. The waiting of the keys and the their action is much better than I had expected for an electric piano in this price range, pretty close to that of a real piano. This is a great piano for the beginner and won't break the bank.

(20 of 21 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Neato for the price-so

By Alan in Kent WA

from Kent WA

Comments about Williams Allegro 88-Key Digital Piano:

I bought this to augment my home recording. this is not a synthesizer, so don't expect it to be one. What I got is a good sounding digital piano with a passable "rock organ" that is maybe not Jon Lord or Verden Allen territory, but very close to it. I like the sound that I will incorporate into my own music. The keys feel good for piano but maybe a little heavy for the organ, but it calls itself a piano, so that is not an issue. The keyboard is quite heavy, but I like it so that it will not move as one plays a little Jerry Lee Lewis on it. There are quarter inch jacks out, which is why I did not buy the Casio CDP100. It sounds great with the headphones that I got through an advertised deal with another company. The only thing I have some getting used to is the velocity sensitive keys as it works with all of the voices, not just the piano.

(19 of 32 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

So Far So Bad

By Pastorjdh

from Jay Florida

Comments about Williams Allegro 88-Key Digital Piano:

We bought this piano a little over a month ago for our church. The volume output is not stable and it often just suddenly gets loud. One time the sustain was stuck and every key we hit stayed playing until we turned it off and it reset itself. I plan on taking this piano back this week due to these quality issues. Other than the quality problems the piano seems to be a decent starter piano but is lacking in bass and has a rather cheap sound if you have played anything decent. We did have a decent Casio and this one is not near as good. Casio are considered starter pianos so I am not sure what to consider this Williams piano, possibly a good student practice piano. We have decided to bite the bullet and get a decent Yamaha.

(18 of 23 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Value

By Travis

from Union Grove, WI

Comments about Williams Allegro 88-Key Digital Piano:

I bought this for our 9 year old daughter. Well made and sounds great. Has a lot of features and sound effects. Great first piano that gives you some mobile flexibility.

(17 of 18 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Year Later

By ALAN MELROY

from Kent WA

Comments about Williams Allegro 88-Key Digital Piano:

I am updating my review after about a year. I still love the piano. I will say that I am only fond of piano 1 and rock organ. Church organ has its uses too at times. Both Rock and Church Organ are now supported with a Boss RT 20 for Leslie feel, and one should not be unsatisfied with the sound. The touch sensitive and feel is good in piano. Sometimes with the organ sounds it is not so smooth as there is less of a smooth transition, as I think it would be better for no touch sensitive for organ, but I can live with it. Some of the keys were "stiff," until they were played enough to loosen them up. The on board speakers do not have much low end, but I normally use head phones or plug into a board anyway. I like the 1/4 inch connections for "pro" work, which is why I bought it over the comparative Casio model. The speakers still operate with the line out connected, which I counteract by plugging a stereo plug into the headphone jack. Yes, it is "heavy," but I like the stability of the weight. I love the piano 1 and organ sounds, and I can live with the short comings. I give it a 95%.

(16 of 16 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A bargain! Good sound for minimum dollars.

By Mark Witt

from Chagrin Falls, Ohio

Comments about Williams Allegro 88-Key Digital Piano:

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.

(15 of 19 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Williams 88 Allegro Keyboard

By Ron Friedman

from Florida / Georgia

Comments about Williams Allegro 88-Key Digital Piano:

I bought the keyboard for my wife who is taking lessons. It fits the needs perfectly at this point in time and she is very happy with the selection. It is a bit heavy, but that is not a concern for us. We purchased a double pro line stand and it works great. She had an upright Kimball Console years ago , we moved and sold it. So for now she is happy with the Williams Allegro. The effects are a lot of fun and we play together while I follow along with my guitar. I purchased it with a GC $50.00 off coupon , had them throw in some headphones due to a MF special on line, so the cost of everything was way below what I expected.

(13 of 14 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Eh.

By Johnny

from MI

Comments about Williams Allegro 88-Key Digital Piano:

This piano has an acceptable piano sound and feel for the price. I don't care for the other sounds such as organ and upright bass, but then again I bought it because it's a piano, if I wanted a bass I would have bought one so that's not a big deal. The one major downside is as others have said playing loud or soft on it can be kind of funky at times. Sometimes I'll be trying to play louder or softer and it will just be choppy loud/soft. For the price it is definitely worth it though. If you're planning on playing shows or if you're an advanced pianist..spend some extra $$ on something better.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I'm So Very Happy With This Purchase :]

By Lynn Rosa

from vero beach florida

Comments about Williams Allegro 88-Key Digital Piano:

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 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

What they said...

By John H.

from San Jose, CA

Comments about Williams Allegro 88-Key Digital Piano:

I am most pleased with the "feel" of this instrument. I can practice on this and go play at the church or someone's house or a club and play almost any piano without adjustment. There is less "clicking" of the keys than I have with my $800 Yamaha CGX-640, which I appreciate. It seems sturdy and well made.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I use this for practice & as a MIDI controller.

By Caalamus

from Rochester, NY

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Comments about Williams Allegro 88-Key Digital Piano:

I use this Keyboard as a MIDI controller. The Keys feel EXCELLENT! Contrary to what I read in another review, nothing feels cheaply manufactured to me! :]

I don't rely on any of the onboard sounds for any recording or performance purposes. They suit me fine for practice.

Yes, it is heavy. Maybe not for gigging.

I like this Keyboard a whole HEAP√

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

dead keys

By Bruce Eads

from Concord, NC

Comments about Williams Allegro 88-Key Digital Piano:

Just received this instrument for Christmas and I am excited to learn a new skill. Play the guitar and harmonica so let's add the piano now. Problem is that the extreme bass and treble keys do not work. I will be in touch with manufacturer and GC tomorrow to see what can be done. I do like the sound of the keys that work so far. Good touch as well. If I can get the keys working I will be able to learn to play and then choose if I need to upgrade.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

All right...

By Krystal Vo

from Duluth, GA

Comments about Williams Allegro 88-Key Digital Piano:

It's probably the best affordable deal for a full 88key digital piano. It's very simple and has most of the basic functions you need. However, it is really heavy and isn't ideal for carrying around. Also, the sustain really sucks. You'd have to buy a new one, because this one always backfires and slides all over the place. The power cord is also really short which makes it inconvenient again to take anywhere. Overall, it's a nice piano to keep in your house against a wall near a power source, but it's difficult to use for traveling. Also, the sound could use some improvement, but like I said, it's all right.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Nice little piano for a piano shell

By Carl Bowman

from Locust Grove, Va

Comments about Williams Allegro 88-Key Digital Piano:

I have a nice Casio digital piano to accompany me professionally, but it is silver. I wanted to tour with a black grand piano shell, but couldn't stand the idea of a silver piano in a black shell at home. I was apprehensive because of the low price, and brought a pianist with me to compare to the acoustic piano at home. He gave it a thumbs up. I don't think it would stand up to the rigors of travel, I'll put the Casio in the piano shell for that, but boy does the Allegro perform well at home! I have the MIDI hooked up to a computer in my shell, and play hundreds of songs of all types, like a player piano. My friends do double takes when they find out it's an inexpensive digital piano in a shell and not acoustic grand with a Disklavier.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Plays beautifully

By Meaghan Bartell

from Trevor, wi

Comments about Williams Allegro 88-Key Digital Piano:

I bought this for Christmas 2012 and it has been exceptional! My favorite option is the layer option were you can use more than one sound together and was very excited that I could record two songs on it. I'm currently a music major and needed something as close to a piano as I could get with the whole keys set too and it was the best deal out there and very worth it! The keys feel very close to playing the piano and I like how it even sounds high nd low depending on how hard you touch the key. Only thing is sometimes the key doesn't make sound if I hit it way to soft, but I could imagine that's how it would be with an acoustic piano. I still have much to learn with all the options on it but it's been a great experience. All I have left to do is get a stand. I definitely recommend that because it is very big and heavy and needs almost a permanent home for you wouldn't want to move it around a lot because of the weight! So worth it for the price and the amazing sound!

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Know what you're buying and what you need

By Joshua Bergstrom

from San Diego, CA

Comments about Williams Allegro 88-Key Digital Piano:

This keyboard was on sale when I got it and it is totally worth the money. The keys feel more like a piano than a typical keyboard that costs $1000. They are easy to press and respond with a hammer feel. The instrument has midi, which is what I wanted. It has 88 keys so you can learn and enjoy playing piano songs without the expense, hassle or noise of a traditional piano. I have used various high to low end keyboards from Roland, Moog, Akai, Yamaha, and others. This keyboard is not something I would personally buy for playing gigs as a keyboardist. Why? It lacks high end sounds and is not what I could call a professional instrument for gigging. The sounds are not the greatest compared to other higher end keyboards obviously, but they are sufficient for practicing and hobbyist fun. If you use the midi capabilities, you can use this with your favorite DAW to trigger midi instruments (sounds) in the DAW. This keyboard allows me and my wife to play piano for fun, practice and learning songs. It also allows me to compose music and drum beats in my DAW for work I do with my band and other musician friends. I can use this keyboard connected to an amp for jamming with friends or trigger the midi in my DAW output to a PA for better sounds. Again, not really something I would take out for a show though. The included speakers or headphone output work fine for practicing quietly. They are not a replacement for an amp if you need loudness or better quality sound.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Awesome service, awesome bargain

By Joshua Lincoln

from Minneapolis, MN

Comments about Williams Allegro 88-Key Digital Piano:

I recently traded in my electric drum set (less than spectacular e-kit) after realizing I hadn't played it in months. I wanted something affordable, durable, with good sound and most importantly weighted keys that didn't light up when you played them....so I decided on the Allegro. The guys at GC were awesome service wise, and very fair concerning the money I received for my trade. I was able to leave GC with the allegro, the protection plan, and a little bit of cash. The keyboard is a tremendous value, the keys feel realistic, the piano 1 voice is great, and the other sounds are good...minus the "upright bass" voice, but honestly what the hell is that even doing there? If you want a bass, get a bass. The piano is heavy, but that's a good thing if you ask me, it feels sturdy on the stand and doesn't move around when your really playing hard. The keys are very responsive concerning sensitivity and I have yet to experience any of the volume or dead key issues some have reported. It's a remarkable instrument for the price and think for beginners it's more than enough, and will likely keep most intermediate payers satisfied. I LOVE THE PIANO so far and guarantee that no one will find a better piano cheaper. Buy one.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A great purchase..

By Wilbur Smith

from Las Vegas, NV

Comments about Williams Allegro 88-Key Digital Piano:

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.

(1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

ellegro of my eggo

By david kaplan

from ca

Comments about Williams Allegro 88-Key Digital Piano:

well i was looking for something stage worthy with action like my acoustic. this appeared to fill the need at first when i demo'd it in the store. bought it, plugged her in and no sound output from HP,1/4 jacks or speakers. guitar center sent me a shipping label and i returned it. thanx GC for that. it felt pretty good as far as the action. editing settings is too complicated. biggest issue is it's really freakin heavy...50+lbs apx!(explains the dolly to bring it to my van) more than i want to haul to a gig. williams website was absolutely no help and looked like a 8yr old put it together. i think i'll try a casio or yamaha.

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