Westlake Village, CA - November 2014... Williams, a leader in affordable, high performance digital pianos, has announced the immediate availability of its new Legato model, the lowest-priced full-size digital piano ever.
Williams Legato features 88 semi-weighted keys and five classic sounds: piano, electric piano, organ, synth, and bass. Designed for beginning to intermediate keyboardists, the Legato combines professional features with simple, convenient operation and full portability. This makes it a perfect choice for anyone wishing to play or learn music, even on a limited budget.
Beginning players will immediately appreciate the Legato's layout and operation. Turn it on, select a sound, and start playing! The weighted, velocity-sensitive keys have a traditional feel, helping even new musicians sound great through the on-board speakers. A fully adjustable metronome and integrated music stand are also included.
To help get the most out of its five rich keyboard sounds, the Williams Legato includes a host of professional features, including reverb and chorus. The split/layer function supports the use of two sounds, either voicing them together or dividing the keyboard to produce different sounds from the left and right hands. A USB port enables connection to a computer and MIDI control ability, making the Legato a great tool for home studio enthusiasts.
Weighing less than 20 pounds despite its full 50-inch width, the battery-powered Legato is an ideal portable keyboard for beginning and intermediate musicians. It also includes a headphone jack for silent operation, RCA connectors for connection to external speakers, and a full User's Manual. The optional Williams ESS1 Essentials Pack provides a wall socket adapter for AC operation along with a sustain pedal and a pair of high quality headphones.
With a street price of only $199.99, the Williams Legato digital piano is an ideal holiday gift for musicians and music enthusiasts. It is in stock now at Guitar Center retail stores and is available for immediate shipment from Musician's Friend and guitarcenter.com.