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The Williams Allegro III is an 88 weighted-key digital piano with superior sounds and breakthrough features that are ideal for the advancing student or the professional player who appreciates nuanced key control and high-quality sound.

Taken from the Williams Custom Sound Library, it features 10 high-resolution sounds including Pianos, Electric Pianos, Organs, Strings and Bass, recorded using the finest instruments in the world with full dynamic ranges.

The weighted piano-action keyboard allows for quick, responsive feel and control over the entire key range. The dual-driver speakers deliver all those lush tones with outstanding clarity and volume.

Bluetooth MIDI functionality connects the Allegro III wirelessly to your iPhone or iPad to run iOS apps such as educational software like the McCarthy Music Teaching app. Plus, the Williams iOS app provides easy access to your Allegro III for adjusting sounds and controls as well as other features to improve your keyboard skills.

The Allegro III can run on batteries or with the included AC power supply.

• 88-key weighted piano-action keyboard
• Williams Custom Sound Library (piano, electric piano, organ, strings, and bass)
• Bluetooth[reg] MIDI connectivity
• FREE Downloadable Williams iOS app*
• McCarthy Music piano software with free songs and a free live remote lesson
• Convenient, built-in metronome
• Built-in full-frequency dual-driver speakers
• Solid music rest supports tablets like Apple's iPad
• Battery or AC operation
• Includes power supply and sustain pedal
*iOS app not currently compatible with iOS 13

Keyboard: 88 weighted, velocity-sensitive keys
Voices: 10
Polyphony: 64
Voice Control: Layer, Touch, Split, Metronome
Pedals: Sustain
Demo Songs: 10
MIDI Transmit Settings: Local Control
Connectors: USB, Sustain Pedal, Aux-In, Line Out (L/R), Phones
Dimensions (without music rest or stand): 51.9" x 13.3" x 4.4"
Weight: 32.8 lbs
Included Accessories: AC Power Adaptor, Sustain Pedal, Music Rest

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Closest StoreWindsor, Ontario
Guitar player here wanting to learn some boogie woogie pie-ano and this is perfect for me..... Feels and sounds a lot like a real piano. The weighted keys really help, but I don't think they're exactly like a real piano....but.... we're not breaking the bank here and with care, should last. It won't ever get the Jerry Lewis Treatment! It's likely not a gig worthy instrument, but it would probably work for that if you're in a pinch. No real cons for me. Maybe wish it had some handles, but I'm not moving it around. Comes in at 32 lbs, so it's not super easy to move about, and at 4 feet + change, a bit awkward to do so, but manageable if need be. It gets mixed reviews on line, but I think that might be some people wanting a 5 grand piano for $500, lol I'm sure a seasoned piano player could find lots wrong here, (and some have, lol), but in the bedroom, nice & low volume, learning some boogie.... I love it so far. Plenty of different sounds also available. Not into midi can't comment on that. Basic metronome...a must for learning. Has enough ins/outs.... don't really care about the software included for learning. I'll be going by ear & YouTube, lol When you are not use to a keyboard, it opens up another world. It has some dynamics in that it'll get louder depending how hard you hit the keys....to a degree, nothing like a real piano, but hey.... it does the job. I can figure some things out by ear due to guitar playing and have some rudimentary music theory under my belt, but, I'm never intending or wanting to be a pianist, and this thing sounds plenty good enough for my needs. It'll do the boogie piano sound just fine... sounds just like a real piano...and the synth /organ sounds are not too bad neither. You'll be able to come somewhat close to getting into the ballpark of something like the intro to Van Halen's 'Jump' with this ...not quite, but it'll sound like your'e trying, lol Just using it raw with the speakers. Not really super loud....but I don't need it to be... the really low keys are sort of....'funky' sounding....could be just me, lol. Have other things to plug it into, but won't be needing them for a long while, maybe never. I'd say to buy this to learn on . Has everything anyone would need initially... I've got about 10 guitars so I definitely needed a piano keyboard. (^_^) Didn't want a toy and this doesn't feel like one. It's probably comparable to like a good cheaper guitar..... it'll take you to middle ground and if you need better, you won't feel like you've wasted money for nothing. Under $500 on sale ...even got a cheap stand that's perfect for it on sale as well. Has a sustain pedal. I guess there's good use for it, but that's down the road. Holds the note after you play it. Mine is on ceramic floor so it doesn't slide around, but don't know about a carpet. Overall it's more instrument than I actually need or want, but who knows? May expand my musical horizons some,... but it's no toy and not super expensive and sounds plenty good enough to my guitar ears.
Posted by Hal on Jun 22, 2020
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Williams Allegro III Digital Piano