Williams Allegro 88-Key Digital Piano

Musicians have always debated on which manufacturers provide the most reliable, resonant and durable instruments, most of them agreeing that in the end the perfect instruments depends mostly on the player’s needs. Most instruments today, especially electric ones, offer a large variety of features that can make both performing and learning much easier.

If talking about digital pianos, it is well known that some manufacturers (for example Roland) provide models used by the world’s best known artists. Even though they are regarded as state of the art, most regular people cannot afford to pay over 2000 dollars for an instrument. The Williams Allegro 88 Key Digital Piano was created exactly for this purpose: to provide musicians all over the world with a cost effective instrument that sounds and feels great.

The most relevant technical specifications of this model are: 88 touch-sensitive, hammer-action, velocity-sensitive keys; 64-note polyphony; 8 piano & keyboard sounds (Piano 1, Piano 2, Electric Piano 1, Electric Piano 2, Church Organ, Rock/Jazz Organ, Strings, Upright Bass); demo songs corresponding to each voice; Layer, Split, and Transpose modes and reverb and chorus effects. These features are all that anyone needs to ensure a successful live performance.

However, the Williams Allegro 88 Key Digital Piano is more than a stage instrument, being ideal for both learning and recording. Its metronome feature with variable tempo facilitates practice or recording, while the two-track recorder allows song immediate playback. If you do not want to disturb anyone, all you have to do is take advantage of the headphone jacks and carry on practicing in silence. The MIDI and the stereo/mono connectivity options ensure that you will not have any trouble connecting this digital piano to any mixer or other processing or amplifying device.

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The only actual difference between the Williams Allegro 88 Key Digital Piano and other more expensive models is in the details. Williams likes to keep it simple and effective without a lot of modern features such as note display, 128 polyphony or various lights, buttons and knobs.

To sum up, this digital piano sounds great, feels good and is by far a top choice for its price range. There are no noted technical disadvantages or a design flaw, therefore the Williams Allegro 88 Key Digital Piano is a model that you should test no matter what you want from your instrument.


Video – Here’s how the Williams Allegro sounds:

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