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SKU: 15226

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  • Progressive Harmonic Imaging sound technology with 88-key piano sampling

  • 88-Key AWA PROII wooden-key, graded hammer action with counterbalancing

  • 22 exceptional instrument sounds

  • Dual, Split and Four-Hands modes

  • 192-note polyphony

  • USB to Device

  • 3 pedals with half-damper

  • Beautiful Premium Satin Black finish

  • Sliding key cover and matching bench



Featuring our famous wooden-key action, the CE220 digital piano offers the finest touch available in a digital piano. With 88-key piano sampling, plus a rugged, yet beautiful cabinet, the CE220 is a great choice in a high-quality digital piano.


Additional Information

Weight 126.0000
Manufacturer Kawai
Condition New
Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price No


At Piano Solutions, we’re committed to providing you with reasonable shipping rates. Generally, most items (up to 150 lbs.) are shipped via FedEx Ground or UPS. Your order will ship based on the time it was placed and the shipping option chosen. Typical delivery time ranges from one to five days, although this is ultimately determined by size and destination. If your item is unusually large or heavy, we may need to use an alternate delivery method. In those situations, a representative from Piano Solutions will call you to help determine the most effective and economical shipping method. We only ship to addresses within the contiguous United States. We do not ship to Alaska, Hawaii or addresses outside the contiguous U.S.

Trade-up Program

When you purchase a piano from the Piano Solutions standard inventory*, you are automatically enrolled in our Trade-Up Program. This allows you to trade in your piano for credit toward your next piano purchase. The trade-in credit is generally valued at the full price** of the original piano purchase.

  • Lifetime Trade-Up for New and Used Acoustic Pianos
  • Three-Year Trade-Up for New and Used Digital Pianos

Certain restrictions apply:

  • Only the purchaser of the original piano qualifies for the credit.
  • The trade-up credit must be applied toward the purchase of a new or used piano that costs at least double the price of the original purchase.
  • Pianos must be part of the company’s standard inventory to qualify for the trade-in credit.
  • The trade-in credit may be prorated or reduced in value if the trade-in piano has had excessive wear or been neglected of proper maintenance and service.


*Consignment pianos are not considered part of the standard inventory.
**Some purchases may be prorated, reduced or excluded if there is excessive wear or neglect of proper maintenance.


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