""""Roland have fitted the V-Piano with their latest PHA-III Progressive Hammer Action 88-note weighted keyboard."""
Its cheap key bed is designed to be easy to play, thats why this synthesizer masquerading as a piano is so intoxicating to some.
Hmm, not even true, just a biased comment. Do you lack attention on the domestic front?
No wonder the warranties are all hokey.
Do have an English translation of that statement?
I assume you are not accusing Roland of being corrupt or dishonest?
After all, you are legally responsible for your comments on a web-site, and you wouldn't want to look silly........ would you?
(Who said, "too late", at the back, there?)
The digital piano arms race is a racket to empty the bank accounts of fools.
Yawn. Grow up, people calling me a fool failed to impress me after I was 9, however, I would judge that everybody who doesn't agree with you will fit the category, "fool".
Its impossible to duplicate the mechanical feel of a concert grands key bed.
Wow, how far into the future can you see?
Software modeling to further enhance the connection with the keyboard doesn't simulate the action of an acoustic grand but creates a novel action of its own.
Like a musical instrument, you mean?
Doesn't an upright piano mechanism create a novel action of its own, compared to a grand?
Let me answert that for you, you may find it too hard, yes, it does.
Is that action invalid in any musical sense?
Yes, it is to dinosour fools who think the only decent piano is a concert grand and everything else is "fake".
So is a "different" action as relevant as an original action?
Yes. If it can produce the same effect, or even its own individual effect that emulated the original.
Like a digital piano?
Yes, EXACTLY like a digital opiano, except to troglodytes, of whom there are a few.
You said, "Software modeling to further enhance the connection with the keyboard doesn't simulate the action of an acoustic grand..."
Er, I don't know that Roland have actually claimed any such thing and I think you are allowing your bias to run away with you there, again.
Can you provide evidence of what looks to be, as far as I can see, this most inaccurate claim, (I'm keeping it polite) that you have made?
This Tritium fellow is smart. The Casio PX-850 is as good as its ever going to get in fake piano land. Thats why I just ordered one.
Oh I see, now we get to the point, you can't affort a V-Piano so you are settling for a cheapo.
Nothing wrong with that, I did the same myself in the past, and I still don't have a V-Piano now, but get over the inferiority complex. The Casio should be a brilliant piano that should provide endless hours of fun and help you improve massively, in piano ability, if not in interacing with fellow members of the human race.
Later, hopefully, you will be able to buy a top of the range piano, put it in a nice house, have family sing-songs around it with the wife and children.
You will look back on this thread, through the mists of time, and boy, are you going to be embarrassed!
Little Tommy will look up into your eyes and ask, in a deeply concerned tone, "Dear Daddy, Why has your face gone all red"?
You will gaze down at the little tyke, soft tears of love in your eyes and reply, "I'm too close to the fire son, that's all".
Well, you aren't going to want to tell the truth, are you?
BTW, I take it you are referring to yourself as, "smart".
I for one need a considerable amount more convincing at the moment.