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Affordable weighted hammer-action piano.

The Williams Allegro 2 is a full-size digital piano with 88 hammer-action weighted keys, and a brilliant new custom sound library. Enjoy 10 great sound samples, including classical and modern pianos as well as favorite electronic keyboards and synths. The Allegro 2 is a highly versatile, portable digital piano offering outstanding reverb and chorus effects PLUS special Modulation/FX control for realistic rotary and vibrato effects on select instruments. This means players now have more expressive control over the internal sounds than any other keyboard in its class. With easy-to-use controls, graphic LCD display, split/layer function, metronome and built-in speakers, the Allegro 2 is easy to navigate and play, right out of the box.

Whether you need a simple, convenient instrument for play or practice, or you™ve just starting taking music lessons, the Allegro 2 is a highly versatile and easily portable solution.

Note: This keyboard operates on batteries or with a power supply, but it ships with neither. We enthusiastically recommend the Williams ESS1 Essentials Pack for the Allegro 2 Digital Piano, which comes with a power supply, sustain pedal and pair of headphones. #J10039

Features
  • Keyboard
  • Number of keys: 88
  • Action: Hammer action
  • Key size: Full
  • Aftertouch / Velocity: Velocity Sensitive
  • Key Type: Piano-style
  • Sounds
  • Number of voices: 10
  • Polyphony (max): 64-note
  • Layers: Yes
  • Split: Yes
  • Connectivity
  • AUX input: No
  • MIDI Connectivity: MIDI over USB
  • Line output: Yes
  • Line input: No
  • USB Connectivity: Yes
  • Headphone jacks: 1
  • Pedal inputs: 1 (sustain)
  • Storage type: Not applicable
  • Expandability available: No
  • Onboard Features
  • Recording/Playback Not applicable
  • Accompaniment styles: Not applicable
  • Preset songs: 10
  • Display: None
  • Effects: Yes
  • Built-in speakers: Yes
  • Pitch bend/Modulation: Not applicable
  • Other controls: Not applicable
  • Effects
  • Reverb: Yes
  • Chorus: Yes
  • Delay: No
  • Equalizer: No
  • Arpeggio: No
  • Other: No
  • Other
  • Width: 51.625"
  • Height: 5"
  • Depth: 13"
  • Weight: 29.8 lb.
  • Power: AC adapter (sold separately)
  • Batteries: 6 x D (sold separately)
  • Stand or bench included: Sold separately

Order the Williams Allegro 2 and start playing piano today.

 
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WilliamsAllegro 2 88-Key Hammer Action Digital Piano
 
4.0

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4.0

Impressed!

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from Kansas

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Pros

  • Easy to Use
  • Realistic Sound
  • Responsive / Good Action
  • Touch Sensitive Keys

Cons

  • Heavy

Best Uses

  • Accompaniment
  • Learning

Comments about Williams Allegro 2 88-Key Hammer Action Digital Piano:

I was impressed by how easy it was to set up, the realistic sound and touch. No more moving heavy pianos for me!

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4.0

A Rather Grand Keyboard On A Budget

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from Oberlin, KS

About Me Experienced

Pros

  • Easy to Use
  • Realistic Sound
  • Responsive / Good Action

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Learning
    • Travel

    Comments about Williams Allegro 2 88-Key Hammer Action Digital Piano:

    When I began my search for a keyboard, the Allegro 2 caught my attention right away. I was a bit leary of the Williams brand at first, since I had never heard of them before and they had little information about their keyboards on their website. Despite my unfamiliarity with the brand, I took the plunge and bought an Allegro 2. I ordered the Essentials pack, but it was not shipped the same day as the keyboard. I'm very glad that The A2 has the ability to run on batteries, as that is how I first met my A2. I soon received the Essentials pack, and could really begin to explore the ability of the A2.
    The Sound
    I've read a few extremely negative reviews about the grand piano sound of the A2. I can assure you, it's definitely not a Korg or a Yamaha, but I think it sounds rather excellent. The lows get pretty muddy, but I think that the subpar speakers are to blame for that. Other than that, I am satisfied with
    the way the grand piano setting sounds. The other sounds are rather good. The strings are not nasaly or too synthetic sounding. The organ 2 with the the rotary effect on is pretty fantastic. I love how you can toggle between a fast and a slow rotary with the sustain pedal. For your time's sake I will not go into detail about all of the sounds.
    The Feel
    Honestly, the feel really surprised me. It is decently weighted, and is easy to get used to. The velocity curve is not as hard as I would like it, as it makes playing soft notes a challenge. But overall they keyboard feels more expensive than it is.
    The Build Quality/Fit and Finish
    I was also surprised at how well the A2 is built. Granted, it is not a Yamaha, but it is also not in the same price range as an 88 key Yamaha. With that in mind, it does look more expensive than it is. The glossy control surround is a bad idea, though. It became smudged and scratched after the first 20 minutes of using the keyboard. I hope Williams uses all satin or matte finishes on the Allegro 3 when it comes out. Since the A2 is a new model, the reliability is pretty much as unknown as the Americas in 1457 A.D. I have not read anything terrible about the A2's predecessor, the Allegro, so I'm optimistic about how long it will last.
    Conclusion
    If you are an audiophile with a unique taste for perfection in your keyboard, keep saving your Ben Franklins for the high-end stuff. If you are a normal person who is looking for a decent-sounding, wallet-friendly keyboard, that will suit your basic needs, the A2 is a solid choice.

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