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Yam C3x(186cm) vs Kawai Gx3(188cm), both of them are brand new

Yamaha C3x
0 (0%)
Kawai Gx-3
2 (100%)

Total Members Voted: 2

Voting closed: July 21, 2016, 11:07:32 PM

Yamaha C3x vs Kawai Gx3:Poll (Read 1795 times)

Offline dddddmajor

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Yamaha C3x vs Kawai Gx3:Poll
« on: July 14, 2016, 11:07:32 PM »
Hi,
After the weeks of researching and visiting the piano shops in Auckland, where I live, my family have narrowed our choice into two pianos, Yam C3X and Kawai Gx-3. I personally  prefer the gx-3, though, as I've been grown fond of Kawai after the years of practicing with Kawai k18 console, and I like how it looks very similar to steinway model A, with a nice mellow tone.(found out that they have the exactly same depth). After playing some chopin nocturnes that i finished practicing on gx-3, I just fell in love with it, but I just jumped out of the shop after reading the price tag that says 42995nzd(I mean, you can buy a vintage Steinway model B here in nz with 42k!),
which is 31k usd, I've never seen anything that goes over 42k in nz. Then I visited another store hoping that they would have yamaha C3X in stock, but none of them had one, I suppose it's too new.

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Re: Yamaha C3x vs Kawai Gx3:Poll
«Reply #1 on: July 15, 2016, 04:40:35 AM »
I don't think our opinions really matter at all...only which one you like better. If neither has the quality versus price combination you think is right, then I'd say keep looking...

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Re: Yamaha C3x vs Kawai Gx3:Poll
«Reply #2 on: July 15, 2016, 04:44:40 AM »
Agreed with outin.  It is your piano, and you need to make the determination yourself. 

The two models you have given are rather competitive, so it would be mostly up to personal preference.   
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