My Previous ES7 review: In the world of digital pianos there are some models that really stand out in their price range for what they offer and the Kawai ES7 is one of those pianos because it is so unique in it being a furniture cabinet piano and also portable if necessary. Kawai is a well known & respected piano manufacturer from Japan and their acoustic & digital pianos are played around the world by pros, piano teachers, schools, churches, and families. The Kawai company is a direct competitor of the popular Yamaha for both acoustic & digital pianos, but Kawai is relatively small company and produces only pianos as compared to the large multi-product companies that produce a huge amount of pianos as well as unrelated products such as boats, motorcycles, keyboards, calculators, watches, etc., so Kawai is not as much a household word as some of the other brands, including Roland. By the way, for those of you who do not know, Kawai is pronounced "Ka-WHY."
|ES7 with optional furn stand & pedals|
|ES7 control panel|
|ES7 semi-gloss black|
|ES7 incl standard music rack|
The ES7 has many other features I have not talked about that can be useful including professional sound effects with some high end realistic sounding stereo reverb features, different temperaments, preset chord sequences, a variety of EQ settings for customizing sounds including "bass boost" to add more bass response, a piano voicing mode that allows you to create a softer, more mellow hammer response, or a harder, brighter hammer response, and the list goes on. But I recommend the ES7 simply because it looks great, sounds great, plays great, and has enough very cool features to make just about anyone happy. The built-in speakers in the piano are upward facing on the
|ES7 semi-gloss white|
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*Here is an ES7 demo video below produced by the Kawai Piano company which goes through many of the features and functions and lets you hear what the piano sounds like.