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Kawai MP7 88-Key Digital Stage Piano


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The MP7’s Responsive Hammer 2 (RH2) keyboard action recreates the distinctive touch of an acoustic grand piano, with its realistic movement and accurate 3-sensor technology providing a smooth, natural, and highly responsive piano playing experience.

With the Kawai MP7, you can play the sounds as they are, or use Kawai’s powerful Virtual Technician to customize it to your tastes. The RH2 keyboard action also reproduces the subtle let-off sensation felt when playing the keys of a grand piano very softly, enhancing delicate pianissimo playing to satisfy the expectations of even the most advanced pianists. The action features Kawai’s Ivory Touch key surfaces, a finely textured material gently absorbs moisture to assist playing control and a natural, matte finish that is smooth, but not slippery.

Kawai's classic, hand-made EX Concert grand is preserved in the MP11, not by stretching the one recorded key over several different notes, but by recording each key individually, at various different volumes and dynamics, faithfully reproduced using proprietary Harmonic Imaging™ XL technology, accurately recreates the broad dynamic range of the original grand piano, giving you expressiveness ranging from the softest pianissimo to the strongest, boldest fortissimo, with separate variations for Concert, Pop, and Jazz playing.

The MP7 also features an excellent selection of vintage electric piano sounds, each with their own distinctive characteristics. Enjoy their natural, organic sound, or use a wide variety of classic effects, amps and speaker cabinets with realistic microphone character and position modeling.

The new tonewheel organ simulation comes features nine real-time adjustable drawbars and authentic percussion controls. Dial-in your own  settings, adjust the ‘condition’ of the organ tone, and select the rotary speaker character, then store it all to memory.

The control panel is clear and intuitive. A large LCD display and four assignable control knobs let you to adjust several parameters directly in real-time, without getting lost in menus. Focus on your music instead of remembering which button does what.

The MP7 allows every sound, knob position, fader level, and adjustable parameter to be stored as a SETUP and recalled with one button. USB connectors not only allow you connect to a computer, but also to memory devices directly for sounds, SETUPs, and songs stored in internal memory. USB memory devices can also play back MP3 or WAV audio or SMF MIDI files

  • Harmonic Imaging™ XL (HI-LX), 88-key sampling
  • Vintage EPs, twin effects, and amp simulation
  • Classic tonewheel organs with drawbar control and authentic percussion
  • High quality strings, pads, brasses, basses and more
  • Four zone master keyboard controller
  • Intuitive operation, large LCD, real-time assignable control knobs
  • 256 Setup memories: enough for the busiest stage musician.
  • USB to Device functionality, with MP3/WAV/SMF file recording and playback.

Things You Will Get:

    MP7 Piano
    F-10H pedal unit (with half-damper support)
    Music Rest
    Power Cable
    Owner's Manual


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Nice if it worked properly


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    Comments about Kawai Mp7 88-Key Digital Stage Piano:

    Seems to be good stage piano but I have a key (D4) going dead on me after playing for about 5 minutes everytime I turn it on. Ive only had it a week and was trying to get used to it before i gigged it. Glad it didn't happen on a gig I guess. Huge hassle now to get it repaired or shipped back. Plus I just sold my old super reliable RD300NX that was in perfect condition for this.

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    Type of Action Fully-Weighted
    Polyphony 256
    Number of Presets 256
    Number of Effects TYPES:129 types (Main Zone) 23 types (Sub Zones)
    PARAMETERS: Up to 10 parameters, depending on effect type
    MODULES: Main zone (EFX1, EFX2) Sub zones (EFX)
    Controller Types Pitch Bend, Modulation, SW1, SW2, Volume, Line In, Zone Mixer, Control Knobs A ~ D (assignable), MMC
    Audio Playback Yes
    USB Yes
    Audio Inputs 1
    Number of Audio Outputs 2
    Audio Output Types 1/4" Line Out (L/MONO, R), Headphones
    MIDI I/O Yes
    Other Features Virtual Technician
    TOUCH CURVE: 6 Types (Light+, Light, Normal, Heavy, Heavy+, Off), User 1 ~ 5
    PARAMETERS: Piano – Voicing, Stereo Width, String Resonance, Damper Resonance, Key-off Effect, Damper Noise, Hammer Delay, Fall-back Noise, Topboard E.Piano / Harpsi / Bass – Key-off Noise, Key-off Delay
    Drawbar: Key Click Level, Wheel Noise Level
    TEMPERAMENT & TUNING: 7 Types (Equal, Pure Major / Minor, Pythagorean, Meantone, Werkmeister, Kirnberger), User 1 ~ 2, Fine Tune, Stretch Tuning, Key of Temperament

    EQ > 4-Band Equalizer (Low Gain, Mid1 Gain, Mid1 Q, Mid1 Freq., Mid2 Gain, Mid2 Q, Mid2 Freq., High Gain)
    Dimensions 53.33 x 6.75 x 13.33 inches (WxHxD)
    Weight 46 lbs.
    Model MP-7
    Series MP

    Kawai MP7 Manual.pdf

    Warranty Info:

    The manufacturer's warranty covers parts for three years and labor for one year from date of purchase. The warranty excludes damage from misuse, abuse, and contains other exclusions.