NAMM 2016: Korg B1SP - a B1 with a Stand and Pedals
Not long ago, we were able to inform you about Korg's B1, an attractive, affordable digital piano. Now, we're happy to announce the arrival of a new, more complete edition: the Korg B1SP.
A complete digital piano
Korg's B1SP is a great choice for anyone who's looking for a reasonably priced electric piano that not only produces a convincing piano sound, but also makes you feel like you're playing an acoustic instrument. The only difference between the B1 and the B1SP is that the latter comes with a stand and an integrated 3-pedal unit. For the B1, those items can be ordered separately.
Colour and sound
The Korg B1SP is available in two different colours, but regardless of whether you opt for the black or the white edition, this digital piano's stylish design looks good in any living room. The instrument offers you a choice of convincing grand piano sounds, as well as other alternatives such as organs and harpsichord. You can either use the built-in 2 x 9-watt speakers (supported by advanced Motion Feedback technology), or hone your playing skills quietly by plugging in a pair of headphones.
Of course, the B1SP boasts a number of practical features. It has a built-in metronome, for instance, as well as a partner mode that divides the keyboard into two equal parts, so you can practise alongside your teacher. What more could you wish for while you're learning how to play?
Keep an eye on the product pages for up-to-date information on availability and pricing.