Casio in collaboration with C.Bechstein announce the release of the new, second generation Celviano Grand Hybrid Digital Pianos

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Casio Music UK, one of the world’s most renowned producers of musical instruments, has today announced the release of two new and improved models in it’s premium Celviano Grand Hybrid range – in its continued partnership with esteemed acoustic piano manufacturer, C. Bechstein…

The new GP-310 and the GP-510 models both have a new speaker system providing enhanced sound projection and reinforced bass reproduction. This is combined with an upgraded touch response that promises a more powerful performance for pianists, as well an a new enhanced AiR sound source.

The award-winning premium Celviano Grand Hybrid range combines full-length precision wooden keys which replicate the natural travel and recoil of an acoustic grand piano, but with the added benefits of innovative digital sound technology. It offers pianists the choice of playing three world famous grand piano tones – Berlin, Vienna and Hamburg, all from one digital instrument.

The new, enhanced versions deliver strengthened sound and touch for better playing, comfort and precision. In particular, they offer more dynamic contrast throughout the entire tonal range and have piano tones that are optimised for richness and expression.

Key improvements include:

  • Greater control of sound and touch, particularly when playing pianissimo.
  • Richer bass sound.
  • New piano tones with improved clarity and tonal projection.
  • Enhanced soft pedal effect.

The revolutionary range allows any pianist to experience an epic concert hall sound at home and, unlike other hybrid pianos, the second generation of Celviano Grand Hybrid pianos require no maintenance of its unique grand piano sounds and authentic wooden piano action.

Head of Casio Music UK, Neil Evans commented: ‘We are incredibly proud of achieving yet another innovation milestone with the release of the latest Celviano Grand Hybrid piano models. This opens up a world of opportunity and new experiences for those seeking the grand sound of a classical instrument combined with the best & latest in technology.”

The new Celviano Grand Hybrid piano models will be available to purchase from late September 2019. The GP-310 will have an RRP of  £2,735 and the GP-510 of £3,895.

Further product information can be found at music.casio.co.uk