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Since the 1970s, the Japanese brand Kawai has been using composite ABS for specific parts in their pianos. Unlike wood, ABS is consistent and stable, independent of temperature and humidity. It has been found that the ABS parts are also stronger than comparable wooden parts.
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In 2002, Kawai introduced the Milenium III grand piano with carbon ABS. A new composite material that combines ABS with carbon fibres. The new material (dubbed ABS carbon) improved the strength of the parts and reduced the weight, making the parts react faster to impact. The addition of carbon fibers also increased the stiffness of the parts, allowing a harder attack with less force. Kawai pianos and grand pianos are known for a quick and more accurate response.
Kawai grand pianos have evolved constantly over the past several decades. From the 500/600 models in the 60s and 70s. To the KG series in the 80s and early 90s, which were particularly popular with music teachers and music schools. Kawai pianos and grand pianos are known for years of reliable and stable quality and performance. Even with intensive use.
In 1996 Kawai introduced the RX grand piano series featuring the ultra responsive ABS Action. In 2004 Kawai released the Millenium III Action with carbon fiber. The RX BLAK series came out in 2009 with an improved acoustic system with extra stabilization of the hammers for even more striking precision and better sound and consistency. In 2013, Kawai introduced the last series of grand pianos, the GX BLAK. The Japanese word for black is kuro and stands for wisdom, experience and nobility.