Colour: Black (stand and pedal included)
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FREE 5 Year UK and Europe Warranty (All parts and labour included) Korg are currently offering a free extended 5 year warranty on the SP280. All you have to do is register your product on korg.co.uk
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)
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Beautiful piano sound, with a stylish design that matches your decor
Piano players of all levels appreciate playing an instrument that faithfully reproduces the sound and feel of Concert grand piano. Korg’s SP-280 offers that experience in a beautifully-designed digital piano that’s ideal for your home or as a partner on stage.
Rich, dynamic acoustic piano sounds that are enjoyable to play
Authentic vintage electric piano sounds, perfect for live performance
High-output amp section produces plenty of volume
Natural Weighted Hammer Action (NH) keyboard faithfully reproduces the touch of an acoustic piano
Lightweight design makes transportation easy
Newly designed stand is light and easy to attach
Stereo audio input is provided, for playing along with external audio sources
Free delivery anywhere in the UK.
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I am debating between Korg SP 280, Yamaha P105 and Roland F20 for my young grand children.
I am leaning towards Korg SP280. What do you think?
The Roland F-20 is a superior pianoin every way…
It has a more resistant and responsive key
touch. This makes it feel closer to playing
a real piano.
And the sound is full, warm and resonant,
as all Roland pianos are. This is mainly
because they’re sampled on a Steinway
What’s more, the Roland will take your
grandchildren a lot further before they’d
need to upgrade it.
The Korg SP280 is really limited, but
still OK for complete beginners.