The Korg LP-380 is ideal for serious students. It’s an energy efficient instrument that doesn’t skimp on sound quality or options.
The LP 380 has Real Weighted Hammer Action 3 keyboard; keys in the lower register have a heavier response, but the higher up the piano a musician plays, the lighter the keys become. The LP-380 also comes with the Key Touch Control function, which enables a pianist to choose from three levels to customize how the piano responds to certain playing dynamics.
LP-380 comes standard with the same three-pedal unit as an acoustic piano: damper, soft, and sostenuto. The damper and soft pedals also support half-pedal operation, allowing you to express the nuances that are important when practicing classical piano.
LP 380 has 30 housed voices for players to choose from. All of the optional voices and tones are stored in three different banks with specific button choices.
The piano also features 120-notes of polyphony. The LP 380 brings with it five different acoustic piano sounds, six electric piano sounds, a grand electric sound, jazz organs, pipe organs, harpsichord, clavichord, strings, and choir. Built-in Brilliance, Reverb and Chorus (3 levels each) effects give you the ability to shape each sound.
Although the piano has 2 × 22W and 10cm × 2 built-in amplifiers and speakers, you can also connect it with external speaker systems to amplify the sound further.
The MIDI connectivity is also another advanced technology feature that the LP 380 has. It allows the piano to link with other devices and transfer or receive data. There’s also the unique addition of dual headphone jacks.