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#1306556 - 11/16/09 11:46 AM roland f110 vs yamaha clp320
zxczxc12345 Offline
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Registered: 09/23/09
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im in a position where i have to buy a digital piano before the new year, if i ever get one at all, because in the new year the sales tax rises in the UK from 15% to 17.5%, and they are saying it could be changed to 20%. when i lived in florida it was 7%. oh well. the most i will be able to spend is 900 and that will either get me a yamaha clp320 or a roland f110. can anyone give me any advice on this hard decision?

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#1306625 - 11/16/09 01:39 PM Re: roland f110 vs yamaha clp320 [Re: zxczxc12345]
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The Roland has way more functions.

The thing I'm concerned about is the action. If it's as light as the RP101, I'd rather go with the Yamaha myself.
TBH, I'm stuck in a not very different situations myself, but I haven't had the chance to try the F110 in person, so I would really appreciate help on this one too.

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