Discontinued January 2011 – replaced by CA13
Available in rosewood, cherry or satin black.
Kawai CA-18 digital piano, AWA Grand PRO-II wooden-keys, 8 sounds, split mode with 4 hand mode, 1 track recorder with 7500 notes, 96 voices polyphone, 29 internal songs, reverb, chorus, key cover, 3 pedals, 2 headphone jacks, loudspeaker 2 x 13 Watt, dimensions in cm : 137 x 46 x 89, weight : 61 kg
Free delivery to UK, Ireland and most European Countries.
Kawai CA18 SN (Satin black).
Kawai CA18 C (Cherry).
Thanks for your follow-up email and I must add that your booklet was
read, digested and implimented the following day. I found the
information was just what I was looking for, ie cutting through the
sales jargon, busting the myths some of the manufacturers have
created, and stating plainly that there is not much difference between
the top four or five manufacturers, “You make your choice and pays
Following our conversation of Wednesday 11 August, regarding the
Classenti CDP3 I realised importing from UK any type of instrument in
the range I was looking at, was out of the question. The sheer logistics,
importing, after sales service, warranty etc were a non starter.
I perused the Tenerife web pages more closely and found a small
specialist music retailer dealing with Kawai digital pianos. Thursday
12th August I purchased a Kawai CA18 and take delivery Tuesday text.
I used all the testing techiques suggested in your booklet and was
impressed by both the accuracy of the information and the quality of
the instrument. It certainly is as you suggested in our conversation,
a very nice piano, perhaps slightly long in the tooth, but so am I,
but reliable (I hope). Indeed the shop proprietor thought I was a
“professional” not a rank amatuer.
He left me alone to test and play the shop demo model and after some
two hours we negotiate what I consider a very reasonable deal of
around the equivalent of 1200 GBP. Without the information I gleaned
from your booklet I would have been at the mercy of the sales staff I
was dealing with.
Thanks again, I am only sorry we could not do a deal with your
Kind regards – Graham Laverock