I read through your previous post a little earlier where the CP1 was initially mentioned.
offers the 'Grand Feel' keyboard action and 'Harmonic Imaging XL' piano sound technology of the CA95/CA65 within a black polish grand piano-shaped cabinet. It is a popular choice among churches and institutions due to its powerful speaker system, XLR pro-audio output jacks, and traditional appearance. This model also features a touch screen display, thousands of sounds, hundreds of accompaniment styles, and powerful multi-track recording.
It is of course entirely possible to utilise the CP1 solely as a grand piano replacement, without ever needing to access its wide range of features. However, in this case, I would be more inclined to purchase an instrument such as the CS10
or the latest CA97
- both models offer the same excellent touch and tone as the CP1 (actually, better in the case of the CA97), without all the additional ensemble-related features.
As always, I would strongly recommend visiting a Kawai dealer to play-test a range of different instruments before making any purchasing decision.
I hope this helps.