Kawai ES110

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  • Great for practice
  • Responsive keys
  • Beautiful sound
  • Authentic touch
  • Good value for money


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Fantastic piano; exactly what I was looking for
Fantastic piano; exactly what I was looking for. The default concert grand piano sound is wonderful, and the keyboard action is fabulous. I did a lot of research before purchasing and couldn't be happier. The Bluetooth midi is a very nice addition and works great with GarageBand on an iPhone or iPad...
5 years ago
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Great for a Serious Piano Student
Over the past several months, I tried the 88-key weighted action keyboards from Roland, Yamaha, Casio at various stores. I wanted something that was as close to an actual grand piano as possible. I choose the Kawai ES100 because it has (in my opinion) the best action of the under $1000 models. The s...
4 years ago
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Bad action, but best sound.
Ummm, not really graded, heavier in the lows, same in the high notes. Weight action is very heavy, not like a real piano. It's more springy. Has very very noisy keys. Rebounds back very funny. Like a pogo stick. Look up on YouTube es110 key. You'll find videos of this problem. My background, coming ...
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4 years ago
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Kawai ES110 review - Higher Hz
As a practice piano at home, it’s faultless, although not having USB connectivity may bother some home studio users. We covered a few slight negatives there, but other than that, it’s faultless. It’s a perfect practice piano at home and the ideal stage piano for anyone who doesn’t need lots of sounds
3 months ago
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new to playing the piano
These can usually be found for between $30 and $50. From all of my research back when I was looking for a good beginner digital piano, the big names were the Roland FP-30, the Yamaha P125, and the Kawai ES110. These still seem to be the top performers in the beginner digital piano category.
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Poor craftsmanship
Speaker doesn’t work after 1 month only. Keep calling the company, no respond. Terrible product. Do not waste your money.
3 years ago
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Kawai ES110 review | Digital Piano Review Guide
Conclusion For the price, it’s difficult to find fault with this Kawai digital piano. As a gigging musician myself, I recognize the value of its diminished weight. It’s a touch on the plasticky side, perhaps, but that’s made up by an impressive play and feel to the piano
Yamaha P125 vs Kawai ES110 Digital Piano Comparison, Review & Demo
Yamaha and Kawai jointly represent the two largest mainstream acoustic piano manufacturers, and have for several decades both been highly regarded for their digital musical instruments as well. In the highest volume digital category, that of the ‘under $1000’ zone, the Yamaha P125 and ...
3 months ago
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We bought this as a “very good” item and it looks brand new. Our daughter just graduated from college with a music degree and is pretty picky about the sound of her instruments. She wanted something she could put in her apartment that also had great sound, and this was perfect. We looked around too,...
5 months ago
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Seeking Digital Piano Recommendation
of all the makes and models you mentioned, Kawai ES110 has the best action. but be mindful that these are all entry level units and hence nowhere near what can be called a realistic feel. however if you want to ultimately tranistion to a real grand then investing in something like the Kawai CA-79 would be a great choice that has an amazingly realistic feel.




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Item Weight

37.95 Pounds

Item Dimensions LxWxH

57 x 14.5 x 11.5 inches