Discontinued April 2012 – replaced by Yamaha CLP430
The CLP series instruments feature Grand Piano Voices that utilise Yamaha`s new Pure CF sampling – a technology that combines meticulously recorded samples of an actual Yamaha CF IIIS concert grand piano to create the most natural, most realistic piano sound available.
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“My new piano was delivered yesterday. It is a Clavinova CLP320. I ordered it through ukpianos website from Thomann.
I chose this model after reading your remarks and the reviews of other people who have bought this piano. So, thank-you very much indeed for the guidance I received from yourself and your other customers’ reviews.
I have been practising the excercises set out in your lessons, and I can understand how your recommended approach will lead to an early feel for the keys and their location. I will look at the “Rocket Piano Course” next. However, I must thank you also for your very helpful initiation into the piano.”
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The CLP320 also has:
128 note polyphony
New 3-level DSS piano sample
2 x 20 watt amplification
1387 x 819 (with music rest 972) x 424 mm (w x h x d)
Choice of Finishes
Choose from dark rosewood, cherry, or mahogany
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Yamaha CLP320 Reviews
Yesterday I received my new digital piano Clavinova CLP 320. The only piece I remembered to play was the very well-known bagatelle “Für Elise”. Surprisingly after over 5 years of non-practicing I manage quite well.
For me this Clavinova is a “Grand piano”. The touch is better than on my old upright, and the sound is better by far. A friend who played yesterday on the piano tells me that the key weight seems like on a real piano. (I don’t know for how much time). I am very pleased by my acquisition, I would like to re-learn my pieces and, maybe, over few years I will buy a CLP 380.
The Yamaha record function is very useful for playing back what Katherine (my daughter) plays.
The feel of the keyboard appears to be very realistic to a beginner like myself.
One thing that I didn’t think of before is the variable sound level. This is very useful in case you have to a call or if our other daughter is also doing something in the living room (where the piano is located).
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Questions and Comments (Email your questions to grahamhoward ukpianos.co.uk)
Thanks, Graham. I bought, on your advice, a Yamaha CLP 320 from a shop here
in Belfast. Much as I would have liked to buy from you I thought that, in
terms of aftercare, not to say delivery in the run-up to Christmas, it might
be advisable to go to a local retailer.
Your advice, though, was very greatly appreciated and I have already steered
several friends towards your website.
All good wishes for the new year
Having read your excellent digital piano guide I have decided to
purchase a Yamaha CLP320 as a first piano for my 11 year old daughter.
As this will be a Christmas present I would like the piano delivering to
my office and then I will transport the piano to my home on or around
My question therefore is probably an unusual one which is to ask for the
dimensions of the box(es) that to piano comes in so that I can decide on
the mode of transportation from the office to my home.
Reply/ Hi Russell
The box dimensions are:
43cm x 57cm x 150cm
I’m on my little journey of buying my first piano here in Sydney, Aus. I decided that for my needs, I would go with a digital. I’ve found a great deal in a local shop’s online store. They are offering a Yamaha CLP320 for 1600AUD$ instead of the usual 2500AUD$. The reason for this price is that the unit they are selling is an ex-display with, as they said, minor marks. Is this worth considering? I am not sure about the amount of usage display models are subjected to. I’d personally prefer a new unit but the absolutely huge discount is enticing. Your thoughts?
Thanks very much!
Reply/ Hi Jean
This ‘looks’ like a good deal on paper, but, investigating further…
The Yamaha CLP320 should sell new for about 1500AUD$ – 1600AUD$ anyway.
I advise going back to the shop to negotiate a better price!
I am still planning to buy a piano – just not sure exactly how I’m going to
pay for it yet!
I think I’ve made my mind up to buy a Clavinova CLP 320 – and I want the
gloss black finish, which of course is the most expensive choice!
However when spending that amount of money I want to be happy with my
purchase – not wonder a few years down the line why I didn’t just wait and
save up the few extra hundred pounds required.
There is a website (www.reidys.com) which offers finance deals. Over the
three years that it takes to pay for the piano one ends up paying an
additional £300 overall – a pretty high rate of interest.
So I’m still weighing up my options, but thanks to your advice will NOT be
buying the 15 year old Clavinova that’s available locally.
I’ll let you know when I finally make my mind up and buy something.