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Digital Harpsichord

Q.I only have a piano. Will I be able to play the C-30?

A.While the feel of the keyboard is different than the piano, the musical notation for the keys is the same.
Coming to the harpsichord from the piano, you have the great benefit of being able to read music and to properly use both hands. You can use these skills to start playing the harpsichord. Soon, you will become aware that the harpsichord demands a different touch to do justice to the sound, and that the phrasing and playing techniques are different from the piano. Once you start exploring this new instrument, you will discover a deeper level of musical satisfaction and creativity.

Practice on the C-30 will enable you to acquire the touch, release timing, special legato techniques, and other skills you need for playing the harpsichord.


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