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KAWAI The Variety of a Digital Piano: Convenience & Flexibility  
The elegant CL26 also includes a variety of convenient digital functions to complement its authentic keyboard touch and rich grand piano sounds.  A selection of different instrument voices, a built-in metronome for assisted practice, and the uniquely enjoyable Concert Magic playing mode are just some of the features accessible from the minimalist control panel.
KAWAI Additional sounds & playing modes
Supplementing its realistic acoustic piano voices, the CL26 also offers a selection of additional instrument sounds, including electric piano, church organ, harpsichord, vibraphone, and strings.

The Dual playing modes also allow two different voices, such as an acoustic piano and a string ensemble, to be played together for a more complex sound that inspires greater musical creativity.
KAWAI Concert Magic Playing Mode
The unique Concert Magic function allows everyone to enjoy the thrill of playing the piano, regardless of age or musical ability.

Simply select one of the 40 built-in Concert Magic songs, listen to the demonstration example, and then tap any key on the keyboard with consistent timing and a steady beat to experience playing real music.

KAWAI Damper Pedal
A high quality damper pedal (not a switch) with half-damper support is included with this instrument.
KAWAI Metronome
The KCP90-US offers a handy built-in digital metronome with a variety of time signatures and adjustable tempo… perfect for practice.
KAWAI Headphone Jacks
Like all Kawai digital pianos, the CL26 has two headphone jacks, allowing two persons to listen to the piano in privacy.
KAWAI Midi Jacks
The CL26 comes with MIDI jacks useful for connecting with other musical instruments and computers.
KAWAI DIGITAL CL26 Series Digital Piano
The World's Most Advanced Digital Pianos
KAWAI KCP90 and CL26 Series Digital Piano Action
Kawai KCP90 and CL26 Uses the AHA IV-F Graded-Hammer Action

Kawai KCP90 and CL26 Digital Pianos use the Advanced Hammer IV-F (AHA  IV-F) Keyboard Action which has been  developed to represent the distinctive touch of an acoustic grand piano, with its remarkable springless design providing  consistent upward and downward motion for a smooth, natural piano playing experience. Moreover, just as acoustic pianos utilize heavier bass hammers and lighter treble hammers, the AHA IV-F keyboard action also employs different hammer weights, appropriately graded for each playing range. Such attention to detail allows greater stability during fortissimo passages, while preserving delicate pianissimo control, to satisfy the demands of even the most discerning pianist.

Kawai Digital Piano Actions

Kawai Digital CL26 Features AHA IV-F Graded-Hammer Action,
Touch of an Acoustic Grand Piano, Realistic Acoustic Piano Voices.
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