Opinions on the Kurzweil SP76 Stage Piano

Discussion in 'Keyboards' started by Mobass, Nov 6, 2019.

  1. Mobass

    Mobass Silver Supporting Member

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    Not sure of the year. Late-ish model. Blue. Looking for something to have fun on learning and adding to the music room. Dont want an 88 key at this time or ever. The price is right it seems on this one. Any opinions welcomed. Thanks.
     
  2. anotherscott

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  3. Mobass

    Mobass Silver Supporting Member

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    3 bills
     
  4. jaded_musician

    jaded_musician Supporting Member

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    I’ve always like kurzweil’s pianos. Those make a pretty good rompler. I say why not.
     
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    tjontheroad Just Wanna Be Misunderstood Silver Supporting Member Vendor

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    I have a SP4-7. IIRC, that has the same keybed. Solid feeling action and high quality sounds. 3 bills is no brainer.
     
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  6. Mobass

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    Thanks for the replies folks. I'm checking it out this weekend.
     
  7. Madsen

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    Kurzweil makes good stuff. I doubt a Stage Piano from them would be any different.
     
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  8. anotherscott

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    SP4-7 has different keybed. I think the SP76 action was generally better, but the SP4-7 didn't have as much force on the springback so some might consider that one better. SP4 has a newer/better sound set. But you're unlikely to find one at 3 bills! For a 76 with a decent action for $300, the SP76 is a strong choice. The only alternative that comes to mind might be some of the Yamaha Piaggeros.
     
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  9. jdogric12

    jdogric12 Supporting Member

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    Yeah, cool, get it. I have a SP 88 (purple) and love it. I'm not super picky on key weight though. I've heard some serious keyboardists complain about the action.
     
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