The GL-30 offers a worthwhile increase in size over Kawai’s smaller GL-10 model, with its 166cm length enabling a larger soundboard area and longer string length.
This results in a greater depth of tone and dynamic capability that offers greater musical flexibility, married to the same highly regarded Millennium III ABS Carbon grand piano action.
If you can accommodate the additional 15cm in length and allocate the extra budget, the GL-30 is well worth considering.
It is also the smallest Kawai grand built in Hamamatsu, Japan.
For those wishing to add a self-playing system, the steel-reinforced keybed, precise action, and overall structural integrity make the GL-Series pianos ideal for professionally fitted after-market systems such as PianoDisc iQ.
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