The entry level of real wooden keys!
The latest "Concert Artist" piano to feature the AWA Grand PRO II action with acoustic piano style wooden keys, making this piano unique at an affordable price.
Providing improved piano sounds that incorporate string resonance effect, key off effect and damper effect for a truly real sound.
The CA51 also features a powerful four way speaker system, optical pedals and an extra wide music rest.
Three special functions further enhance the CA Series' incredibly realistic piano sound. String Resonance causes held notes to resonate in "sympathy" with the other held notes' upper harmonics. Damper Resonance occurs when the damper pedal is depressed, causing notes that are sympathetic with one another to resonate, as well as notes that are adjacent to one another. Finally, there is the Note Release effect which re-creates the sound of bass hammers returning to their strings after a rapid note release.
Continuing the advancements of its multi-award winning predecessor, the KAWAI AWA Grand PRO II, 88 wooden-key action, closely reproduces characteristics of the acclaimed EX Concert Grand Piano. Its graduated action, with decreasing weight from bass to treble, offers the dynamic feeling of an EX grand, and is widely regarded as one of the best digital piano actions in the world.
Previously, when the normal touch curve didn't fit your playing style, the only solution was to choose one of the different touch curve presets in the piano. With the NEW User Touch Curve feature, you can CREATE your own touch curve. In User Touch Curve mode, you are asked to play dynamically from soft to loud to input your playing style. Then the piano analyses the data and creates the perfect touch curve specially made for you.
A piano technician plays a very important role for an acoustic piano to be in the best playing condition for a pianist. Our VIRTUAL TECHNICIAN function does the same work digitally. You'll find Kawai's exclusive Virtual Voicing, capable of digitally "voicing" the piano sound. There are also controls for adjusting the action's Touch, String and Damper Resonance, as well as several other piano-specific settings.
Dual, Split and 4 Hand Mode
When you layer two sounds (Dual) or use different sounds on the left and right (Split), the balance slider is convenient for quick and easy adjustment of the two sounds' balance. Moreover, the CA51 lets you adjust the octave range of the second sound (Layer Octave Shift, Lower Octave Shift) in DUAL and also in SPLIT mode. Also you can set up the dynamic behaviour of the second DUAL sound (Layer Dynamics), to let you avoid having too high a volume on it.
In Four Hand Mode you can split the keyboard in two halfs by having the same octave range on both parts. So two pianists (i.e. teacher and pupil) can play and practise together on only one instrument.
For the aspiring pianist, Kawai has provided a recorded collection of standard practice and warm-up drills, including major and minor scales, arpeggios and Hanon exercises. A music book containing all the drills is included with your instrument. And for the beginner, we've included typical first-year lesson songs from Czerny, Burgmüller, Beyer and Bach. You can play along with any of the pre-recorded songs and drills, adjust the tempo, mute either hand and even compare your recorded performance to the built-in professional performance.
Reverb and Effects
Five distinct reverb types simulate listening environments from private practice rooms to concert halls. Two special reverbs produce a 3D effect, surrounding you with sound from all directions. Digital sound effects such as delays (three types), Chorus, Tremolo and Rotary Speakers (two types) add to the remarkable realism of the Concert Artist sounds.
Metronome and drum rhythms
In addition to the standard metronome click you can choose from 100 drum rhythms for your convenience on all three new CA models. Play along with a complete drum set. You can load various rhythms and change their tempo. Never before was practising so much fun.
AWA GRAND PRO II - Wooden-Key, Graded-Hammer
Number of sounds
Piano 1, Piano 2, E.Piano, Drawbar, Church Organ, Harpsi/Vibraphone, Strings, Vocal, Pads, Bass/Guitar
Harmonic Imaging ® Technology II
Max. 96 notes
Room 1/2, Stage, Hall 1/2
Chorus, Delay 1/2/3, Tremolo, Rotary 1/2, various parameters adjustable
Yes, with balance
Yes, with balance and free split point and Four Hand mode
Normal, Light 1/2, Heavy 1/2, Off, User 1/2
Equal (piano only), Mersenne pure (Major), Mersenne pure (minor), Pythagorea, Werckmeister III, Kirnberger III, Pythagorea, Meantone, Equal (Flat), Equal, User
5 songs, 2 tracks, 15.000 notes
10 types of beat, tempo, volume, plus 100 drum rhythms
Damper Effect: Yes, adjustable / String Resonance: Yes, adjustable / Key-Off Effect: Yes, adjustable / Stretch Tuning: Normal, Wide / Virtual Voicing: Yes, 6 Types / Tuning: Yes, adjustable
Volume Control, Dual- and Split, Dual/Split Balance Control, Transpose, Layer Dynamics, Layer Octave Shift, Lower Octave Shift, Damper Hold, 16-Part MIDI Multimode
Alfred’s Basic Piano Library Lesson Book Level 1A, Alfred’s Basic Piano Library Lesson Book Level 1B
Alfred’s Basic Adult Piano Course Lesson Book Level 1, Alfred’s Premier Piano Course Lesson 1A, Alfred’s Premier Piano Course Lesson 1B, Major & Minor Scales, Arpeggios, Chords & Inversions, Cadences. Hanon 1–20
Concert Magic songs
2x16 Characters LCD
3 x optical, Damper (with Half-Pedal support)
Rosewood, Cherry or Mahogany
Headphone x 2, MIDI In/Out/Thru, Line In (Stereo), Line Out (Stereo), USB Port
2 x 13 cm + 2 x 5 cm
2 x 40W
Size in cm
138 x 52 x 91
Weight in kg