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Kawai MP-7 SE

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This item runs exclusively on an operating voltage of 230V and therefore requires a voltage transformer to run in your country of United States of America.

Stage Piano

  • 88 Keys (RH3 keyboard) with 3-Sensor pressure point simulation and Ivory Touch keys
  • Shigeru Kawai SK-EX and SK-5 grand piano sounds
  • 256 Sounds with Harmonic Imaging XL technology and 88-key sampling
  • 256 Setups
  • 256-Note polyphony
  • 129 Effects, Amp simulator and DSP effects
  • Recording functions: MP3, WAV
  • 128 x 64 pixel LCD
  • Metronome with 100 rhythms
  • Virtual tone wheel organ
  • Dimensions: 1352 x 339 x 172 mm
  • Weight: 22.5 kg
  • Incl. F-10H semi-pedal capable pedal


  • Line Out 6.3 mm Jack (L/Mono, R or 2x Mono)
  • Line In 6.3 mm Jack (L/Mono, R)
  • Headphone socket
  • MIDI In/Out/Thru
  • USB to host
  • USB to device
Number Of Keys 88
Hammer Action Keys Yes
Number of simultaneous Voices 256
Number Of Sounds 256
Effects Yes
Headphone Outputs 1
Metronome Yes
Pitch Bend Yes
Modulation Wheel Yes
MIDI interface 1x In, 1x Out, 1x Thru
Item number 424723
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44 Customer Reviews

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Just perfect!
Mr.Moon 04.07.2021
The best advise I got before buying a digital piano was to prioritise on the needs. If you're looking for a digital piano, than the first thing that should be on top of your list is the feel of the keys. Then durability and sound follows. The Kawai has a splendid keybed, only it's bigger brother the MP-11 SE is better (but is also way heavier which is not ideal if you want to use it on stage). I also checked out the Yamaha CP-88, the Roland RD-2000 and Korg Grandstage but in the end I have picked this one. Reason is straithforward: it has better keys. The Clavia Nord Grand stagepiano has also the keys from Kawai, but that one is almost 3 times the price of this Kawai (though it will offer better sounds).
Sound wise, it's always personnal. Ik my opinion the Kawai sounds more then decent. OK, it's perhaps not completely on par with the more expensive competitors with their build in piano engines... but... it depends what you want to use this paino for. On top, if I connect my PC and use the Kawai as a master keyboard, I have all the sounds that I can wish for and tweak as far as I want. There are plenty of virtual piano's out their that will give you the perfect sound that you need.
In short: the Kawai might not win any beauty competitions, but this one is extremely well build. If you ask me, price wise, this is the best quality you can get at this price point.


Problem with key contacts after 2 years of use
@ndrei 25.08.2021
I bought the piano in October 2018 and after 2 years 4 keys have problems: they sound loud no matter how soft i press them, this doesn't happen with the other keys (yet). The keys with problems are not in the same place, they are scattered over 3 octaves.
This is a shame since the piano is really well designed, sounds are very customisable, interface very intuitive and piano, drawbar, organs etc sound really good.
I don't use the piano professionally so I find it unacceptable for a DP to have problems after only 2 years of home practice.
It's still under warranty, thanks to Thomann's 3 years warranty policy but I have to send it in for service and it can take up to 6 weeks to get it back fixed during which time I cannot use my piano..
Hope Kawai will fix this for the MP7SE and other DPs they sell otherwise customers (me included) will surely move to other more reliable brands


Kawai Stage MP7 SE
jfxfen 25.07.2019
I bought this Kbrd some years ago and mostly I use it at home for practicing with headphones
It is a Great Kbrd with lots of various excellent sounds and sound combinations, and great amount of notes (when using sustain pedal)

Unfortunately it seems Kawai has some problems with materials used for the keys contact rubber - some keys are playing intermittently - rather very annoying to players... Now I took it for repair and it seems it will cost somehow - and parts are not easy to find .....
Hopefully Kawai will rectify this problem asap !!!


Great authentic feel
Musec 13.05.2021
This stage piano is impressive on the eyes and plays like a real piano under my fingers. It looks like a hybrid between a "real" Kawai and an electric. The is a solid piece of equipment. Make note there are no speakers in this model so you will need to use headphones or plug in your own.


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