Sejung Digital Pianos
Questions and Comments
Thanks Graham for the Piano book. WOW! I was impressed. I made lots of notes to take with me when I buy. I have been looking at a SeJung Grand SJG-390 GT-V. (www. ASCPianos.com)
It seems to have all the features you suggested would be adequate for a good digital. I do have a question to ask about their terminology vs. yours. "Hammer Action Keyboard technology" does not sound like the same as "Fully- weighted or Heavy Weighted". Also they say 88 Hammer action Keyboard Touch sensitivity Level is 9. Confusing when the language is so different. I also notice you only listed Sejung and did not have anything to say about it. I haven't played it yet or seen it but would still like to know if you'd look at the Digital Piano Specifications sheet and tell me what you think. What would you do. I am getting a great price of $4,995.95. Would you suggest a digital grand under 4' 8" that you would choose?
Thanks again for your help and education on buying a digital. JOY
Reply/ Hi Joy
I'm not a fan of Sejung digital pianos…
They may have many features (gadgets), but
it's the feel of the keys and the piano
sound that's most important.
And Sejung digital pianos fall short of this
compared with more well known makes such as
Yamaha, Roland, Kawai, Casio, Classenti and
I recommend choosing a piano from the brands
>>> Compare with Broadway EZ101
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