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Roland and Yamaha Pianos #2259241
04/09/14 05:27 PM
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Hello, good evening.

I wonder which of the two pianos is best for classical music, and why he is the best: Yamaha CVP-609 GP-Piano or Roland GP-7 PE V-Piano.




Now another question, having one of the pianos and the Roland C-330 Organ, it would still be necessary to buy a Harpsichord as the Roland C-30 to have a sound of Harpsichord?

I know that both the piano and the organ has styles of harpsichord, but a real harpsichord like the C-30 Roland would be better?

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Re: Roland and Yamaha Pianos [Re: 337] #2259262
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The V-Piano in my opinion would be best for classical music. It would sound the most natural and organic when playing. The Clavinova CVP series is a far more versatile instrument than the V-Piano and will give you more sounds to layer. However as far as pure piano sound, the V-Piano would make you believe you are playing an acoustic moreso than the CVP which does suffer from short samples that loop the decay.


Roland V-Piano, Yamaha CLP990, Yamaha S90

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