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Question - difference between AP and CG??

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Hi all,

 

I've been researching the Celviano line a bit lately - mostly out of curiosity as it's out of my price range.  So there's the AP and the CG - what's really the difference between them (aside from a real price boost)?  For a home player (non-pro, heck non-high level :) ) is the difference really worth it between the lines?  If the CG is worth it, with the 3 lines - 300, 400 and 500 are they all better than the AP's or really different purpose?

 

I know the question probably is kinda lame but my google foo has not been good at learning the differences and I live in the boonies and I don't have a dealer with that level gear even within an hour away.

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I think you meant "GP".  The GP series is a grand hybrid piano. There are many differences in the AP series and GP series.  The GP series takes every aspect of Casio digital pianos to a new level.  Everything you need to know is covered here.  https://azpianonews.blogspot.com/2016/06/Casio-GP500-GP400-GP300-REVIEW-Grand-Hybrid-Celviano-Bechstein-low-price.html?m=1

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Yes, I meant the GP :banghead: for whatever reason I was thinking about the model name of my piano and kinda butchered the two together (I have a CGP-700).

 

That was an interesting article.  It does make me wonder though on that why someone would buy the 500 as it seems the 400 is identical (aside from the cabinet) but for less money?

 

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