Following up the success of Crumar Seven, the instrument that has created a new standard in the industry, the "vintage style" digital piano, Crumar is pleased to introduce you the "Seventeen".
Seventeen takes up the same idea of the suitcase-style construction as the Seven but with the exterior made of black and blue tolex instead of black paint. On the bottom side there are the four hinges to accomodate the inclined legs (NOT INCLUDED). All the connections are located on the left side of the instrument. The construction of the instrument is completed by the same 73 keys hammer action keyboard of the Seven.
Seventeen also integrates both physical modeling technology and samples. In fact, the first sound we find is the famous sound of the modeled Tine Piano, followed by some of the most iconic vintage pianos: Electric Grand (both 70 & 80), Reed EP, Clavi EP, plus high quality sampled material for Acoustic Pianos, combos and synth piano sounds.
A load of top-notch effects on board including Tremolo, Vibrato, Wah Wah, Chorus, Flanger, Phaser, in addition to Reverb, Delay and, if that's not enough, a 3-band EQ and an AMP simulator. A modern, portable, elegant, lightweight piano that is easy to use yet, at the same time, remarkably powerful.
Last but not least: expandibility: Seventeen also integrates some of the wavetable expansions previously released for its big brother the Seven, and can accept the exact same expansions. So, whenever a new sampleset is released for the Seven, it will also be compatible with the Seventeen.