Yamaha CP88 Digital Stage Piano (CP88)


$2,849.00

Powered by over 100 years of piano craftsmanship and 45 years of synthesizer innovation, the CP88 stage pianos boast authentic acoustic and electric piano sound, realistic piano touch and an intuitive one-to-one user interface.

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++KS012 stand
Price for all:   $2,978.94

Description



Premium Natural Wood Graded Hammer keybed

The CP88’s NW-GH (Natural Wood Graded Hammer) 88-note keyboard is designed for the discerning pianist requiring fast, accurate touch response. Triple-sensor, natural wood keys provide grand piano weighting and response while synthetic ebony and ivory keytops absorb moisture and provide tactile grip during lengthy sessions and live gigs.

Amazing grand piano sounds for any musical setting

The Yamaha CP88 stage piano gives you three premium grand pianos: Yamaha’s own world-class CFX and S700 concert grands, as well as the inimitable Bösendorfer Imperial 290. These pianos provide full dynamic expression and nuance through meticulous recording and voicing.

With over 17 years of continuous development, the CFX is Yamaha’s flagship 9-foot concert grand piano, and it delivers sparkling highs, crisp midrange, and robust bass with prodigious dynamic range and the volume to project over a full symphony orchestra. Handcrafted by Yamaha master artisans, the S700 has the clarity and power to cut through dense arrangements, while remaining delicate and expressive in solo and sparser musical settings.

Bösendorfer is the only piano maker still building their instruments in the Viennese handcrafted design tradition. This results in pianos boasting the characteristic “Viennese Sound,” with warm bass, singing treble, and rich overtones. The 8-octave, 9.5-foot Imperial 290 is Bösendorfer’s awe-inspiring flagship grand. The Imperial’s extended bass range resonates with every key you strike, and its massive soundboard projects emphatically at all frequencies.

Characterful uprights for tracking

When you’re working with thick arrangements, an upright piano will oftentimes be the right choice. The CP88 has two uprights onboard, and they’re no slouches. Yamaha’s flagship SU7 acoustic upright serves up rich, resonant tone, while the Yamaha U1 — one of the most popular acoustic pianos on the planet — makes its appearance as a meticulous sample of a characterful vintage U1 — ideal for any music crying for the sound and vibe of an upright.

Vintage EPs for every occasion

The CP88’s arsenal of vintage electric pianos kicks off with the Yamaha’s beloved CP80. First introduced in 1978, the CP80 was designed to cut through a live band with its wide dynamic range and fat, powerful sound. On the funkier side of things, the CP88’s 75 Rd is a funky, dirty tine electric piano dripping with vibe and character. The 76 Rd is a high-quality tine EP suitable for all music genres. The 73 Rd has a warm, mellow, vintage tine sound ideal for ballads and accompanying singers. Lastly, the Wr is a classic reed electric piano offering vintage and modern versions with broad dynamic range.

Organs, clavinets, synths, and more

The CP88 also features a wide variety of other keyboard sounds — including tonewheel, transistor, and pipe organs; clavinet, FM pianos, and more — to cover any playing style. Also onboard are synth sounds for covering any musical situation. Split, layer, and solo fat, punchy basses, searing leads, warm pads, brilliant brass, lush strings, and more. The one-to-one CP control interface gives you real-time interaction for instant sound creation.

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