Williams Symphony Console Digital Piano  

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The attractively crafted Symphony Console Digital Piano from Williams has a keycover, pedal board, back panel, music stand, and sustain, sostenuto, and soft pedals along with a genuine hammer-action 8... Click To Read More About This Product

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Overview

The attractively crafted Symphony Console Digital Piano from Williams has a keycover, pedal board, back panel, music stand, and sustain, sostenuto, and soft pedals along with a genuine hammer-action 88-note keyboard. The keys have 4 levels of touch sensitivity to get the feel exactly right for your style of play and comfort. Other premium features include 32-note polyphony, 138 voices, 10 drum/percussion kits, 3-track/4-song sequencer, and split and dual modes. Transpose feature shifts the pitch of the keyboard up or down in one-semitone intervals up to a maximum of 24 semitones. You also get reverb and chorus effects, a metronome, 10 demo songs, 100 auto-accompaniment styles, 16-character LCD display, 2 x 20W stereo speakers, MIDI I/O, stereo line out, stereo line in, 2 stereo headphone outputs, microphone input, USB port, and 50 practice songs with accompaniment and melody parts plus a songbook to guide you. Dark woodgrain finish.

Note: based on the lighting in the room, the woodgrain finish of this piano can range from being perceived as nearly black to an almost brown coloration.

Features
  • Console style piano with keycover, pedal board, and modesty panel
  • 88-note keyboard with genuine hammer action
  • 4 levels of touch sensitivity
  • 32-note polyphony
  • Transpose pitch up or down up to 24 semitones
  • 138 voices
  • 10 drum/percussion kits
  • Split and dual modes
  • Reverb and chorus effects
  • Metronome
  • 3-track/4-song sequencer
  • 10 demo songs
  • 50 practice songs with accompaniment/melody (songbook included)
  • 100 auto-accompaniment styles
  • 16-character LCD display
  • 2 x 20W stereo speakers
  • MIDI I/O
  • Stereo line out
  • Stereo line in
  • 2 stereo headphone outputs
  • Microphone input
  • USB device port (MIDI via USB)
  • Sustain, sostenuto and soft pedals
  • Dark woodgrain PVC finish
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WilliamsSymphony Console Digital Piano
 
4.3

(based on 11 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Fun and Easy To Use

This is a nice and easy to use digital piano with decent sounds for beginners to intermediate. Styling is nice and layout is easy to get used to. Since I have the big three...Read complete review

This is a nice and easy to use digital piano with decent sounds for beginners to intermediate. Styling is nice and layout is easy to get used to. Since I have the big three workstations, Triton Studio, Motif ES8 and Fantom X. I got this simply for quick and easy composing without hangups and it does not get in the way of creativity and helps it without having to go from screen to screen or use a dial. Excellent value and the sound isn't bad

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Waste of Money

I bought this digital piano because it was supposed to look and feel like a real piano. However, I find that the keys do not move as quickly as I need them to when...Read complete review

I bought this digital piano because it was supposed to look and feel like a real piano. However, I find that the keys do not move as quickly as I need them to when playing difficult pieces. I have to press the keys very hard to get a sound to come out and then it is very loud, so it is impossible to achieve the balance necessary for classical music. Finally, after owning the instrument for only 3 or 4 years, some of the keys have become permanently stuck in the depressed position, so now I cannot play at all. I am so sorry I bought this instrument. What a complete waste of money!

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(32 of 35 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Fun and Easy To Use

By Big T

from Upstate NY

Comments about Williams Symphony Console Digital Piano:

This is a nice and easy to use digital piano with decent sounds for beginners to intermediate. Styling is nice and layout is easy to get used to. Since I have the big three workstations, Triton Studio, Motif ES8 and Fantom X. I got this simply for quick and easy composing without hangups and it does not get in the way of creativity and helps it without having to go from screen to screen or use a dial. Excellent value and the sound isn't bad

(20 of 22 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Looks and Sound

By Parki

from Glenview, IL

Comments about Williams Symphony Console Digital Piano:

This well priced digital piano sounds great for the money and looks great in the living room. It's nice to have an electronic instrument that doesn't look like one (no cords hanging out). There is a little to be desired when it comes to the action of the keys, and the ability to EQ voices would be nice, but overall it's a solid performer. Great for beginners and intermediates and decent for advanced.

(19 of 20 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Waste of Money

By April

from Decatur, GA

Comments about Williams Symphony Console Digital Piano:

I bought this digital piano because it was supposed to look and feel like a real piano. However, I find that the keys do not move as quickly as I need them to when playing difficult pieces. I have to press the keys very hard to get a sound to come out and then it is very loud, so it is impossible to achieve the balance necessary for classical music. Finally, after owning the instrument for only 3 or 4 years, some of the keys have become permanently stuck in the depressed position, so now I cannot play at all. I am so sorry I bought this instrument. What a complete waste of money!

(13 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Perfect for me

By That Guy

from Los Angeles, CA

Comments about Williams Symphony Console Digital Piano:

It's not as great as a real piano, and you can find better ones, but this piano is pretty great. The organ and electric piano sounds are wonderful, and the grand piano sound is really good too. The trick is you have to manually change the touch feature to "Fixed" from "Normal." I think that makes the piano sound more realistic. Unfortunately, you have to do that every time you turn it on, but it only takes 3 seconds, so it's not a big deal.

(12 of 14 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great buy at a great price

By bassboy616

from Las Vegas

Comments about Williams Symphony Console Digital Piano:

I've always been in love with the piano and I had always wanted to buy one but I could never find one good enough for a reasonable price. I had been looking everywhere and this one hit the mark. The tone is excellent all of the effects are great. Highly recommended!

(11 of 16 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Just what I wanted.

By cKyFan36

from St. Louis, MO

Comments about Williams Symphony Console Digital Piano:

I purchased this Piano 3 days ago and I'm quite impressed. I don't know if my opinion on the actual playability because I just started..well..3 days ago. I would say that piano wise it was an amazing sound for having 2x20w speakers. My only issue was one of the bolts stripping that connect the left foot board to the side, and the super small screws that you are supposed to use to connect the back to the bottom were waay too small! I had to find some 1" drywall screws and they worked great. I would say all in all the Piano was a great value. I got a manager to sell it to me for 620 and he threw in a free bench. So, if your just starting out, or consider yourself an intermediate player, I would def. consider this buy. Especially with the financing options they have now.

(6 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great choice!!!!

By Bill Cosby

from Chardon

Comments about Williams Symphony Console Digital Piano:

ive have owned many digital pianos and this one is a definate choice, the sound quality is worth the price.Great for playing classical pieces in ur house hold....other then that it is totally worth it...

(6 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Very nice sound for the money

By KAM

from MN

Comments about Williams Symphony Console Digital Piano:

My girlfriend just bought this piano last weekend and has been playing it non stop. Out of all the Piano's that guitar center had on thier floor that were under a thousand this by far has the best sound and most realistically sound to it. I love to record and with her playing in the background un ampd the sound is picked up very well. For the money this is the key choice!!

(2 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A great tool for a great person

By Marquise D. Washington

from Gary

Comments about Williams Symphony Console Digital Piano:

To: Williams I have been playing the piano since I was six years old. I am seventeen years old. I have played on many pianos and keyboards, but nothing like this. I love the size, the color, and the tone of it. Thank you Williams for making something like this. Thank you, Thank you, And THANK YOU. Thank you, Marquise D. Washington

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Nice sound, looks.

By Peter

from Milpitas, CA

Comments about Williams Symphony Console Digital Piano:

The speakers of this digital piano is great, it can get very LOUD, and I mean LOUD. But the key action isn't perfect, it's decent, but it's not accurate and not as responsive. But I would reccommend it, It looks great in you livingroom, like a real piano.

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