Well, during my shop search a dealer offered me a Kawai CA65 for $ less than a Kawai CA It’s new aswell, probably left from an old. The new Kawai CA65 and CA95 models replace the previous CA instruments, of which the CA93 was named one of the top 20 products in the. Kawai CA65 average used price. Warning. The prices quoted in the private classified ads on Audiofanzine are not necessarily the actual retail prices.

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Unrivalled grand touch, breathtaking acoustic tone, distinctive traditional design, and inspirational modern features. I didn’t think to check the peddling before I bought it an oversight on my part. If this is missing for whatever reason, it will need to be reattached.

This beautifully designed mechanism allows gifted pianists to express a wealth of feeling and emotion in their music, as they appreciate and respond to the tactile nuances transmitted through the keyboard. Finally, wooden keys are inherently special.

No use in still answering the months old original question JoBert, that’s a very good summary of the situation. MP11SE Modifications by dmd.

Also not worth it. Just stay with the CA65 and keep your money for something in a different class, like the Novus or Avantgrand In 2 years: So maybe that’s what the previous owner did with the cable and where you need to look for it?

Just stay with the CA65 and keep your money for something in a caa65 class, like the Novus or Avantgrand.


Kawai CA65 to CA Worth upgrading? – Piano World Piano & Digital Piano Forums

These decades of experience afford our engineers a wealth of knowledge from which to create stunning digital instruments, in a quest to perfect the art of the piano. And a move to the same updated model is in a number of ways more of a “sidegrade” than an true upgrade.

It’s not like buying a top quality acoustic. Grand Feel keyboard action Embracing many of the long-established principles associated with an acoustic piano, the new Grand Feel keyboard action utilised by the latest Concert Artist combines realistic materials, motion, and mechanism to recreate the exceptional touch of the finest concert grand pianos. Rich Sound Selection Supplementing the beautiful acoustic piano voices, the Concert Artist also features an excellent selection of additional sounds, ranging from electric pianos and drawbar or church organs, to strings, and other instruments, inviting musicians to add variety to their performances.

If you’re a beginner, I think it’s wise of the teacher to put you off of trying to make a “lifetime purchase” now.

With the latest Harmonic Imaging XL sound sampling, remarkable note polyphony, and brand new reverberation and resonance modelling effects, the new Concert Artist delivers unparalleled acoustic realism that is guaranteed to enthral performers and audience members alike. Originally Posted by ConstantGardener thanks for replying. You are answering the original OP’s question whih was discussed a few months ago and was no longer active. My personal opinion is that it isn’t worth upgrading from a CA65 to a CA The answer to your question is: Or from the CA97 to the CS11 essentially just a cabinet upgrade!


Due to cabinet and audio differences. I’ll take it up with her.

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I noticed after moving that there was no pedal cable attached. This means that when a pressing a wooden key it reaches the cushioned felt keybed with a natural, reassuring stop, rather than a jarring, noisy halt.

Kawai CA65 to CA If you want better sound and you play through headphones, for e there’s Pianoteq and CFX Lite for 50e at a discount. Learn to play well on what caa65 have and then, you will be wiser regarding an upgrade. As a player who’s technique is only starting to be developed, she said, it will take me three years of serious study before I even begin to reach the maturity required to kzwai a buying decision on an ultra-expensive piano. And that brings me to the Kawai CA A 65 has great feel and good sound.

Please feel completely free to give your opinion and advice. I recently bought a Kawai CA65 secondhand. Then, with the desired refinements complete, save the fully prepared instrument to an onboard registration memory or USB device, or exchange favourite settings with other Concert Artist owners online. If you think of upgrading because of the action: