Williams Overture 88 Key Digital Piano

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Quality craftsmanship matches the rich sounds and premium playability.

The Williams Overture is a console style 88-Key digital piano with a sliding key-cover and full vanity panel. The Overture features an 88-note hammer-action keyboard with selectable touch response; sustain, sustenuto, and soft pedals; 64-note polyphony; 15 main voices and 128 General MIDI playback voices; 3 keyboard modes; effects; 2-track recording; and a built-metronome.

The Overture is expertly designed and crafted to look and sound its best for years of musical enjoyment. With a dark wood grain finish the Overture has a distinctive look and style to match any home decor. Williams digital pianos have an uncompromising attention to detail that you will see and hear every time you sit at the keyboard.

Features Keyboard
  • Number of keys: 88 Key
  • Action: Hammer action
  • Key size: Full
  • Aftertouch / Velocity: Adjustable
  • Key Type: Piano-style
  • Number of voices: 15
  • Polyphony (max): 64-note
  • Layers: Yes
  • Split: Yes
  • AUX input: Yes
  • MIDI Connectivity: MIDI over USB
  • Line output: Yes
  • Line input: Yes
  • USB Connectivity: Yes
  • Headphone jacks: 2
  • Pedal inputs: 3
  • Storage type: Internal & USB flash port
  • Expandability available: No
Onboard Features
  • Recording/Playback MIDI sequencer
  • Accompaniment styles: Not applicable
  • Preset songs: 55
  • Display: Backlight LCD
  • Effects: Yes
  • Built-in speakers: Yes
  • Pitch bend/Modulation: Not applicable
  • Other controls: Not applicable
  • Reverb: Yes
  • Chorus: Yes
  • Delay: No
  • Equalizer: No
  • Arpeggio: Yes
  • Other: Yes
  • Width: 54"
  • Height: 34"
  • Depth: 20"
  • Weight: 132 lbs
  • Power: Adapter included
  • Batteries: Not applicable
  • Stand or bench: Both sold separately
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WilliamsOverture 88 Key Digital Piano

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Great Deal!

By amc

from New York City

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  • Easy to Use
  • Good value
  • Pre-programmed music
  • Realistic Sound
  • Touch Sensitive Keys


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Best Uses

  • Learning

Comments about Williams Overture 88 Key Digital Piano:

I purchased this digital piano for my 6-year old who just started taking piano lessons. It is perfect--good sound, 88 weighted keys and a great price. It fits nicely in a corner of our living room. My husband put it together in less than a half hour though the instructions could be better. We are very happy with it.

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Used williams Overture

By Melissa Sands

from Undisclosed

Comments about Williams Overture 88 Key Digital Piano:

I bought this C level used piano and first, I received it super fast. It came in the box and rather than the scuffs I expected, the things they pointed out were barely noticeable and overall it looks in perfect condition. It has some parts of the veneer that are "peeling" as stated in the description. I had to search for these blemishes to find them. This piano is fabulous and does everything a brand new one does. It appears(since it had never been unpacked) to have been a manufactures Quality Control reject rather than a real used one. I'm so glad I bought it and saved $200. This is the second time I've ordered from 123 music and it's always a good experience. This piano sounds and feels like the real thing, without dispturbing my apartment neighbors and without weighing so much my floor in in jeopardy.
I've been playing for 23 years and this is one of the very best digital pianos I've ever played and is more than what I expected for the money.
It also hooks up to my music writing program on computer and works with the program without issue. Excellent value and just a great product. Thank you!

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(33 of 36 customers found this review helpful)


Good Entry-level Digital Piano

By Roger-_mYt_

from Chicago, IL

Comments about Williams Overture 88 Key Digital Piano:

For the price, this piano is not bad at all. I didn't expect the best sound, but it is close enough to still get enjoyment out of it. My daughters use it for their piano lessons, and it suits their needs just fine. The finish is okay - not the best. There were no assembly instructions, but if you go to their web site you can download them.

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I Love my New Piano

By David-nYkjf

from Pocatello, ID

Comments about Williams Overture 88 Key Digital Piano:

I have been living with a little Casio (practically a toy) for several years now and finally decided to get a good keyboard. I love this piano! The weighted keys mimic an acoustic piano nearly flawlessly and the sound is amazing. It is so nice to be able to play with some dynamics again. I only get to an acoustic piano a few times a month, and was getting quite frustrated at knowing a piece very well on my Casio, but not being able to transition well to an acoustic. I no longer have that problem with this keyboard. I think it is the only keyboard I have ever heard that has a decent harpsichord voice. There are only two things I would change about the Overture if I could. have to play on soft touch mode to get the dynamics I am used to from an acoustic piano; anything more and it takes far too much effort (or turning the volume up) to hear the dynamics. Secondly, I wish the sustain held the piano voice a touch longer and the strings and harpsichord voice for less time. The string voice will not cut out at all until the pedal is lifted (neither will the organ voice, but that is realistically how an organ plays) and there is an undertone in the harpsichord voice that does the same thing (although you can not really hear it in the treble notes).

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