Casio GP300 Grand Hybrid

Casio GP300 Grand Hybrid
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Features

CASIO® GP300 HIGHLIGHTS

  • Developed in collaboration with C. Bechstein
  • AiR Grand Sound Source (256-tone polyphony (max.))
  • Natural Grand Hammer Action
  • Grand Pedal System
  • Grand Acoustic System
Product Code: GP300
Availability: In Stock
£2,499.00
 

Refined Sound, Accurate Touch, New Experience.

Like the GP-500, the GP-300 reproduces the finest nuances of the grand piano sound experience. Casio has painstakingly researched and analysed the unique characteristics of the world’s finest grands to provide the experience of owning three of the finest. Features such as 26 tones, a Hall Simulator that recreates the acoustics of numerous world-class performance venues leave nothing to be desired for ambitious piano playing. 

GP300
 
Number of Keys 88
Layer/Split Yes/Yes
Duet Adjustable tone range (-2 to +2 octaves)
Transpose 2 octaves (-12 to 0 to +12)
Octave shift 4 octaves (-2 to 0 to +2)
Number of tones 26
Maximum polyphony 256
Touch Response 5 sensitivity levels, off
Tuning 415,5Hz to 440,0Hz to 465,9Hz
Temperaments Equal temperaments plus 16 other types
Stretch tuning 5 types, off, Auto setting
Damper resonance Yes
Damper Noise Yes
Hammer Response Yes
String resonance Yes
Lid simulator Yes
Brilliance Yes (-3 to 0 to 3)
Hall simulator 12 types
Chorus 4 types
DSP Yes
Headphone mode Yes
Volume sync Equaliser 3 Types, off
Number of songs 60
User songs 10 (up to approximatly 90KB per song)
Song volume Adjustable
Part On/Off L/R
Metronome Tempo Range 20 to 225
Metronome Volume Level Adjustable
Damper Yes, with halfpedal operation
Soft Yes
Sostenuno Yes
USB port Type B
USB flash drive port Type A
Pedal connector Yes
Amp output 30W x 2 + 20W x 2
Dimensions (WxDxH) 143,4cm x 48,9cm x 96,3cm
Weight 77,5Kg
Included Accessories AC adaptor, score book, music stand

CASIO® GP300 HIGHLIGHTS

  • Developed in collaboration with C. Bechstein
  • AiR Grand Sound Source (256-tone polyphony (max.))
  • Natural Grand Hammer Action
  • Grand Pedal System
  • Grand Acoustic System