Introducing the Kawai CL-36 Digital Piano
Dominic Barnett – Chamberlain Pianos
Responsive Hammer Key Action
Kawai digital pianos enjoy a favourable reputation for their reliable keyboard actions, as well as their uncanny ability to recreate the distinctive touch of an acoustic grand piano.
The new Responsive Hammer action utilised by the CL36 further enhances the keyboard’s structural rigidity, while adding finely textured Ivory Touch key surfaces to gently absorb moisture and assist playing control.
The Magnificent Sound of Kawai's EX Concert Grand
The CL26 and CL36 reproduce the beautiful sound of Kawai’s world-renowned EX concert grand piano, with 88-key piano sampling techniques preserving the rich harmonic character of this prestigious, hand-crafted instrument in its absolute glory.
From this thorough acoustic portrait, the CL36 adopts the superior Progressive Harmonic Imaging standard, allowing more accomplished pianists to play with greater feeling and emotion.
Learn to Play
The convenient lesson function integrated within the CL36 allows aspiring pianists to learn time-honoured standards from the popular Alfred’s Basic Piano course books. The left and right hand parts of each etude or song can be practised separately, adjusting the tempo to perfect difficult passages, before being recorded and played back for self-evaluation.
Absolutely anyone can make real music with Concert Magic. Simply select your favorite piece from 40 pre-programmed songs (Children's songs, Christmas songs, American Classics, Classical selections, Special Occasions, International songs) and tap any of 88 keys with a steady rhythm and tempo.
Concert Magic is an ideal method for small children to learn music, especially to develop a sense of rhythm. For those who may think it is too late to learn the keyboard, Concert Magic is a good first step to realising a lifelong dream. With Concert Magic, your CL36 piano can be enjoyed by anyone in the family, even those who have never touched a musical instrument before.