For those of you who don’t know what a Yamaha Clavinova is, I believe the picture above speaks a thousand words. The Clavinova is essentially a digital piano with real piano sound samples (go to the link above and listen to them). Furthermore the keyboard touch resembles that of a Grand Piano, and when I sit down to play on one, it’s simply heavenly. Unlike an acoustic piano, the Clavinova never needs tuning (there’s nothing mechanical inside), it can be linked by USB or MIDI to a computer…the advantages go on and on.
I’m presently using a CVP-105 which I bought years ago, and am strongly considering upgrading to the CVP-405 pictured above. The local Yamaha dealer has agreed to trade in my CVP-105, but I want to find a buyer for my Young Chang E-121 Upright piano first. That way I won’t have to fork out so much money for the CVP-405. If you’re interested, please leave a comment and I’ll get back to you with further info. That is, if you live within Malaysia.Tags: Clavinova, digital piano, Yamaha, Young Chang