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Yamaha CP4 key out of tune #2771700
10/12/18 01:58 AM
10/12/18 01:58 AM
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leonChop Offline OP
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Hi all,
I've discovered that a lower F key is out of tuning (little bit higher).
I have done "factory set" and "quick reset" but it has not helped. Is it possible to fine tune single keys on cp4?

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Re: Yamaha CP4 key out of tune [Re: leonChop] #2771779
10/12/18 08:37 AM
10/12/18 08:37 AM
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I would try the Digital Piano Forum for advice on this question. As a traditional piano technician, my guess is "no," because I am assuming factory pitch setting.

Dorrie Bell
retired piano technician
Boston, MA

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