Kawai K600 Piano – Ebony PolishKey Features:

  • Colour: Ebony Polish
  • Number of Keys: 88 keys
  • Weighted Keys: Yes

Description:

If you’re interested in the Kawai K600 Ebony Polish piano, please call our piano department for the best price and exclusive offers.

A purchase of this piano from Carlingford Music Centre includes:

ground floor delivery to Canberra & Sydney areas (for other regions, please call or email for the best quote)

  • 12-year manufacturer’s warranty
  • Matching adjustable stool
  • 1 free in-home piano tuning

Kawai has always been at the forefront of piano technology, and they’re introducing a game changer with their new top-of-the-line K-series models. The K600 & K800 are brand new instruments redesigned from the ground up, featuring longer strings and the new Millenium III action, making them simply superb.

Specifications:

  • Height: 134cm
  • Width: 153cm
  • Depth: 65cm
  • Weight: 208kg
  • Action: Millennium III
  • Key Surfaces: Neotex
  • Hammers: Mahogany, Double felted
  • #1 String Length: 1,280mm
  • Soundboard: Solid Spruce, 1.52m²
  • Soundboard Ribs: 12
  • Back Posts: 6
  • Contour Bars: 2
  • Tuning Pins: Nickel plated
  • Fallboard: Traditional style with soft fall mechanism
  • Music Rack: Fallboard rack, 100cm
  • Front Casters: Double brass
  • Bench Type: Matching height adjustable, padded

For more information about the Kawai K600 piano in Ebony Polish and our special offers, please contact the piano department.

ConditionBrand New (New)
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Brand
Model
  • K600EP Professional Upright Piano
Finish
  • Ebony
Categories
Made In
  • Japan

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