CELVIANO Grand Hybrid flagship model delivers premium performance.
Three Legendary Pianos
Their individual character and tone faithfully recreated
CELVIANO Grand Hybrid reproduces even subtle nuances of the world’s most respected pianos. Three pianos that originate in Berlin,
Hamburg and Vienna were chosen for this project. Casio has painstakingly researched and analyzed the unique characteristics of each piano.
CELVIANO Grand Hybrid delivers brilliant sound of these pianos reproduced with Casio’s advanced technology.
It will provide the experience of owning three of the finest pianos on earth.
Sound Development in Collaboration
The Berlin Grand sound was developed in collaboration with C. Bechstein. Casio sought a clear, balanced and elegant sound for
CELVIANO Grand Hybrid. D282, C. Bechstein’s ultimate masterpiece, is the model Casio intensively studied to achieve the goal.
Mr Albrecht, Service Director and Master Piano Maker at C. Bechstein, visited Casio R&D to supervise the sound development
the process through the final modification.
About C. Bechstein
Since Carl Bechstein founded the Pianoforte production facility in Berlin in 1853, the name C. Bechstein has stood
for the highest class of upright and grand pianos. C. Bechstein pianos have been appreciated by many famous composers
and artists for their finest quality of sound and touch for many years. In the 21st Century, C. Bechstein is still recognized
as one of the world’s leading piano manufacturers.
On an acoustic grand piano, the volume and quality of sounds change from the time the keys are struck until they die away.
Casio’s Multi-dimensional Morphing technology enables natural, smooth transitions in sound volume and tone based on the power of the keystroke.
This technology contributes to more expressive performances.
[ Resonance System ]
The various types of resonance in a grand piano are crucial to the playing experience. The CELVIANO Grand Hybrid incorporates String Resonance,
which exposes the harmonic relationships between various strings when keys are struck. Also, Damper Resonance reproduces the resonance
occurring when a damper pedal is pressed. The GP-510BP is equipped with Open String Resonance
and Aliquot Resonance functions for enhanced realism. Casio’s Resonance System reproduces the resonance of both the strings
and sound board of a grand piano by selecting, controlling and synthesizing according to performance conditions.
Keyboard – Natural Grand Hammer Action Keyboard (Material: Wood, Key Surface: Acrylic and Phenol)
Number of keys – 88
Touch response – 5 sensitivity levels, off
Audio source – AiR Grand
Polyphony – 256
Number of tones – 35
Built-in songs – 60
Demo songs – 6 demo, Song Expansion (User Songs): 10 songs (max.) Up to approximately 90 KB / song
Part on/off (Part Select: Right hand, Left hand)
2 tracks, 1 song
Approximately 5,000 notes in total
Approximately 25 min / song
Real-time recording, playback
(To USB flash drive, 44.1 kHz Stereo WAV format)
[Grand Pedal System]
Number of Built-in Pedals: 3 (Damper, Soft, Sostenuto)
Half Pedal Damper Effect: Yes (Continuous recognition)
Half Pedal Position: 5 levels (-2 ~ 0 ~ +2)
16 cm x 2 + (10 cm + 5 cm) x2, 3-Way, 6-Speaker
Amp output – 30 W x2 + 20 W x 2
Power supply – [AC Adaptor]
AD-E24500LW (DC 24V)
Power consumption – 38W
Dimensions – 1,434 x 489 x 963 mm (w/o music stand)
Weight – 78.5 kg
Accessories – AC Adaptor (AD-E24500LW), Music Stand, Piano Bench, Score Book
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