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The dark rosewood A-20 Home Digital Piano from Artesia provides authentic piano touch and tone suitable for every pianist. Its hammer-action keybed builds proper fingering technique for an easy transition to playing on other acoustic pianos, while its 3D “acousta real” sampled 128 instrument voices offer authentic acoustic sound reproduction.
In addition to the recording features and other digital capabilities, the A-20 Digital Piano’s slim-line piano design enhances your home decor. It is less than a foot deep, making it an efficient space saver. With the fallboard closed the cabinet reverts to a smooth flat tabletop that conceals the keys. It also includes iPad-compatible features that allow interaction with App Store teaching apps.
Natural acoustic hammer-action piano recreating authentic piano expressiveness
Easy access to features for practice and performance
Metronome, recorder, and duet-piano features convenient for skill building
Dark rosewood color
In the Box
Artesia A-20 Home Digital Piano (Dark Rosewood)
DC Power Adapter
iPad Connection Cable
Thumb-Drive Memory Storage
Limited 1-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
Number of Keys
88 graded hammer action
3 levels of sensitivity, fixed
128 GM (General MIDI instrument voices)
Tune, Transpose, MIDI functions, Demo, Chorus (multi-level), Song (Left hand and right hand), Layer, Split, Upper, Lower, Registration Memories
Type: Sustain Number: 3
Number of Preset Songs
Part ON/OFF - Right Hand, Left Hand
Thumb-drive memory storage
Metronome USB Tuning & Transpose Auto Accompaniment Digital Effects/Reverbs Split/Layer Piano Tones
2 Headphone Jacks (Teacher/Student) MIDI In/Out USB Stereo Audio In (with Adjustable Volume) Stereo Audio Out
Artesia A-20 Home Digital Piano (Dark Rosewood) Review