The two new models of Casio’s Grand Hybrid digital piano line are called GP-310 and GP-510. Both models have more powerful speaker systems with the six-speaker Grand Acoustic System. Musicians will also love the full-length Austrian spruce piano keyboards, which use the same materials and processes as those in the C. Bechstein grand pianos.
Players will feel improved controllability by way of an enhanced touch response algorithm that enables the most subtle and expressive musical performances. The new models have high-contrast displays with an inverted color scheme that’s easier to read from a wider angle and further away.
There is also a new equalization option where players can choose to either maintain the sound of the built-in six-speakers or hear the line outputs directly. You can disable the speaker system’s sound for recording or educational settings.
Concert Play gives players the ability to fine-tune the volume of their piano part within the overall mix. This adjustment is also available while playing along with the built-in song library. Other notable features include an improved harpsichord tone, equalization options, plus an improved Concert Play mode and more.
The GP-310 at $3,999.99 MSRP and GP-510 sells for $5,999.99 MSRP and are available now.