A full-sized 88-note digital piano, the Hadley D20 has a variety of features that elevate it above the standard. With a huge range of voices and accompaniments, effects and digital connections the D20 is a piano for creative players.
88 Full-size keys
2 x Headphone jacks
Sequencer (10 user songs)
Speakers: 25 watts x 2, 20 watts x 2
Rent-to-Buy from £39 per month.
Rental goes towards the price, more info
Free delivery anywhere in the UK and most of Europe.
This piano come flat-packed in one large box. But it’s easy to assemble. The keyboard, pedals, electronics and cables are all fixed in – you only have to assemble the base. There are four screws that fix the base to the main keyboard section and some more screws to attach the base and back board. The screw holes are already pre-drilled. We do advise two people to lift the keyboard section on to the base.
If you would like us to assemble the piano for you and take the packaging away, then please call for a quote.
The Hadley D20 comes fully stocked with 500 voices. Everything from grand and electric pianos, through organs, guitars, strings, brass and many more are all available and easily accessible on the D20.
To complement this huge selection the D20 employs Split and Layer modes, in which the user can choose more than one voice at the same time, either over the whole keyboard or by assigning a voice to each half. The Twinova feature similarly splits the keyboard in half but turns it into 2 smaller keyboards of the same range, indispensable for student/teacher interaction.
There are 200 styles of auto accompaniment that intelligently follow the pianist’s chord changes to always be in sync; this is a great feature for refining timing and for giving the impression of being backed by a full band.
The keyboard is made with a hammer action mechanism in a similar way to acoustic pianos, this optimises the feel of the keyboard so that pianists can sharpen their technique. There are several different tuning systems meaning the D20 can be easily adapted to music composed for scales different to the standard equal tempered scale.
As with all good acoustic pianos there are 3 pedals on the D20, the soft, sostenuto, and sustain, these are integral to a pianist’s repertoire.
The Hadley D20 is fronted by a backlit LCD display that comprehensively details all the digital options, what is selected and in use. There are plenty of sonic effects that the user can apply to their sound to add richness and depth, from brilliance to DSP options such as reverb, harmony notes, and chorus.
A recording facility allows for the taping of performances on up to 6 tracks, whilst 10 songs can be stored onto the internal memory of the D20. Connections such as the USB-cable link it to computers so that data transfer is easy. There are also headphone jacks; MIDI In/Out for connection to sequencers and other electronic equipment; and Aux In/Out that can be used for music players, external speakers and much more.
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- FREE UK Delivery (we deliver anywhere in the UK for free)
- FREE 2 Year UK Warranty (all parts and labour covered)
- 60 Day Trial Period (If it isn’t as good as you expected, we collect the piano at our cost and give you a full refund)
- Safe Shopping (UK Pianos are an authorised main dealer for this piano range)
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- Owner’s Manual (operating guide in English and other languages, assembly instructions, computer related operations, and more)
The piano comes flat-packed and is easy to put together. The electronics, keyboard and pedals are fixed in – all you have to do is assemble the stand which consists of 2 legs, a back board, and a bottom board. There is only a few screws that fix the stand to the keyboard. I advise two people to do the job though – purely because of the keyboard’s weight. The piano is heavy, and it’s safer to have a helping hand when lifting it on to the stand.
” The two most important things you need from a digital piano when you’re learning is a realistic touch and an authentic piano tone. It must feel close to the weight and response of a real piano and have a minimum of 4 dynamic levels. Size, weight, and ‘bells and whistles’ shouldn’t be a deciding factor in your purchase “, Graham Howard, Piano Advisor
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