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And so I looked on all the sites and got totally depressed as each site has different advice and none seems to answer the question "Which piano for a choir of 130 singers which performs both classical and more popular works?"
Can anyone give me any advice? Or do we continue to fight with our piano which would not be out of place in a smoke filled (remember them) pub.
I have supplied Kawai digital pianos to some churches to replace either the piano or the organ which needs repairs. In both cases, the sound has been amplified. You can get a portable amplifier for not a lot of money. The Kawai was chosen because it has a good organ sound/s and the CA series has wooden keys which give better touch responce for the player. The CA-51 and 71 will be a good choice and just get an amplifier for volume.
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