Casio Celviano Grand Hybrid GP400 Digital Piano

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Bringing to you the newest technology, the Celviano Grand Hybrid gives you the touch of a real grand piano, with its natural grand hammer action keyboard, produced in collaboration with the biggest German piano manufacturer, C. Bechstein. You will be blown away by the three legendary piano sounds, reproduced with precision using Casio's advanced AiR technology, the Berlin Grand, Hamburg Grand and Vienna Grand. Even star pianists would be impressed with its elegance and authenticity of a classic grand piano. 

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Authenticity Begins at the First Touch

From the moment your hands touch the keys, the Grand Hybrid delivers the authenticity your performance demands. The revolutionary new Natural Grand Hammer Action keyboard is made with full-length wooden concert grand piano keys, using the same materials and processes as the C. Bechstein concert grand pianos. A keypress sends a hammer along the same vertical path as a grand piano, with the same essential weighting and pivot points, resulting in a true and uncompromising piano touch.

Three Legendary Grand Pianos

Casio’s new AiR Grand Sound Source provides not just one, but three of the world’s finest grand pianos. Dubbed the Berlin, Hamburg, and Vienna Grands, each one is the result of countless hours of precise analysis and study of their unique characteristics. They are faithful and expressive recreations of these distinctive pianos. with the Berlin Grand sound having been developed in collaboration with C. Bechstein. String/damper resonance, mechanical sounds, and other subtle nuances complete the experience of owning three of the finest pianos on Earth.

Grand Acoustic System

Our hearing goes beyond simply left and right, and we can detect the origin of sound in all directions. Using an exclusive six-speaker amplification system, the new Grand Acoustic System reproduces the three-dimensional sound field generated by an acoustic grand. The top speakers present sounds normally heard rising upwards, and the downward-facing speakers present sounds heard from below the soundboard. This simulation fills the room with rich, complex sound, reaching both the performer and the audience.