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replacing my beloved 88key master keyboard
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 31, 2013 5:50 pm    Post subject: replacing my beloved 88key master keyboard
Subject description: looking for a smaller alternative
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hi there !

i recently totally rebuilt/ rearranged my setup and moved it into a smaller space in my flat. everything fits in there even more nicely than it did ever before BUT my beloved studio-logic sl990 pro keyboard with hammer action and weighted keys just takes up too much room and is way to heavy to be moved every time i need the desk to sit something else on it. as i mentioned already, i really am in love with it but the love-issue counts less than the space-issue. the end of the story is that i'm willing to sell it (or let it go..... Crying or Very sad ) to acquire an alternative with less keys and less weight. it doesn't necessarily need to be a keyboard with hammer action keys but i'd like to still have nice and valuable keys that don't wobble and have a certain amount of counteraction (is this the right noun for what i mean? Very Happy). i guess the best amount of full sized keys for my needs is 61 and there don't need to be any other control options except the usual mod- and pitchbend-wheels and a real midi output due to the fact that my us-busses are already being taken by two other controllers.

do you have any recommendations or experiences with keyboards that fit those needs? the most important thing for me really is a nice and sort of "pricey"-feel to the keys. price range would be up to 300€.

thanks !

p.s.: i'm already trying to give back as much knowledge to the community as i can because i'm starting to feel bad about always just asking anybody to solve my problems Wink.

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