Dave Ferris Posted December 18, 2009 Share Posted December 18, 2009 Yep. They need to focus on the piano midrange and the lows. The extreme lows and upper registers are virtually already there . For Rhodes/Wurli's/clavs, no problem - they should sound great. They were already pretty decent before. Being the unbearable purist I am, I just think a "stage piano" should be a piano first. Forget about all those other "sounds". For rock/pop/r&b players there's plenty of that stuff around already. How about an instrument that caters to Jazz/Classical pianists only! It does ONE thing but does it great. Maybe two piano sounds, one brighter for cutting in an ensemble and one for solo playing. Make it lightweight with solid, smooth non-toy like action and affordable. Simple huh?! Not seemingly so. Not enough of a market you say? Make a good one and I'd bet you'd be surprised. https://soundcloud.com/dave-ferris 2005 NY Steinway D Yamaha AvantGrand N3X, P-515 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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