The first CELVIANO model, delivering more natural piano performance

Seeking to offer acoustics and key-touch able to satisfy the demands of users very particular about piano performance, the AP-7 featured an Advanced Piano (AP) sound source and the Natural Hammer Action function. This was the first CELVIANO model, incorporating unique digital modes of enjoyment different from the capabilities of conventional pianos, including a built-in CD player allowing users to play with orchestral accompaniment, for example. The name CELVIANO was formed from a combination of Cerveau (French for “brain”), Electronics and Piano to convey the meaning “brain-equipped, new-era digital piano.”