Studiologic SL88 Grand USB MIDI Keyboard Controller, 88-Key

- 88 Keys, TP/40WOOD Graded Hammer Action
- Ivory Feel
- Triple switch detection system
- Aftertouch

- Soft, Medium, Hard, Fixed (programmable)
- 6 Editable user's velocity curves (with SL Editor)

- 250 Programs
- 12 Programs Groups
- 4 Programmable Zones
- 2 MIDI Ports separately assignable

Controls / UI
- 3 Programmable sticks
- Rotating encoder with navigation controls
- 3 Function buttons
- Display
- Color graphic LCD - TFT
- 320 x 240

- Pedals: 2 switch, 1 continuous, 1 universal
- MIDI: In, Out1, Out2
- USB: USB to Host, MIDI, USB Powered

Power supply
- DC IN: 9V
- Adapter
- Input: 100-240V / Output: 9V-1A

Size and Weight
- Width: 126 cm / 49,6"
- Depth: 31 cm / 12,2"
- Height: 12,5 cm / 4,9"
- Weight: 20,8 Kg / 45,8 lbs

Package content
- SL88 Grand
- Studiologic VFP1/10 sustain pedal
- Power adapter
- CD Manual
Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
Base Item
Shipping Weight: 53.75 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 55 x 18 x 10 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): SL88 GRAND
Shipping Weight: 53.75 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 55 x 18 x 10 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): SL88 GRAND
If you have additional warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer at 800-431-2609
(3 ratings)
Submitted May 17, 2019 by Cimmay R in Seattle, WA
"Unique Keyboard"
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The keys feel soft, not like hard polished plastic. They say it's a graded hammer action keybed, but to me, only in the most minor way up and down the scale. I had used the Yamaha P series and a Korg G1. With Keyscape software it's just like a real piano under your hands. One thing is I had to read the instructions closely to connect the SL Editor to the SL88. Works fine with Windows 10. StudioLogic is quick to answer any question you may have. Their brand manager said the Grand does not have the Escapment option on the keybed, because it would have interfered with the Aftertouch. Overall this is exactly what I wanted, few features, wood keys, affordable and a real piano feel as a MIDI device.
Musical Background:
Just a beginner for the past 18 years.
Musical Style:
Whatever I come up with is good enough.
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