I managed to find one. An electric piano for almost no money. 2.000 kr., or about £175. It’s a Roland KR-3000, and since google is unable to find me a suitable link for that name, I shall have to post a bit about the specs here, for the world to see.
- Keyboard: 88 velocity-sensitive keys (That do feel quite weighted as well, though probably not hammer-action.)
- Polyphony: 31 notes at a time. Not up to par with modern keyboard with at the very least 64, but quite okay for my use.
- Pedals: 3.
- MIDI: In, out, through. I didn’t really expect this, given the age (I think it’s from 1992, and was introduced even earlier) – but very nice.
- Size: 1410mm by 480mm by 835mm
- Weight: 65 kg. (OUCH!)
This very last part, the weight, is really the reason why this post doesn’t include a picture. I haven’t actually managed to haul it up here yet. I am waiting for a few people to wake up and give me a helping hand, but alas, it is Sunday and people are sleeping.
It does have a lot of other features, but those aren’t really of interest to me yet – I just want it to function as a piano.