The GX-6 BLAK combines exquisite tone with stunning beauty to offer an instrument befitting the finest concert hall or professional studio. It was designed with performance in mind and is equipped with intelligent design elements that will help the artist communicate at the highest-level with excellence and ease.
In every way, the GX-6 grand piano is designed to deliver aesthetic and artistic beauty at the hands of the skilled artist. It’s 7’0″ scale design produces beautiful, balanced tone that will surely inspire in the studio or on the recital stage. The exclusive NEOTEX™ key surfaces on both the sharps and naturals will absorb the hand’s natural oils and perspiration to help prevent slipping in performance situations.
Artists appreciate the smoother tonal transition between the bass and treble registers made possible by the GX-6’s single, continuous bridge design. And our exclusive Millennium III Grand Piano Action with carbon composite parts helps to ensure precise, consistent touch for the player over time. With its impressive array of performance features, the GX-6 BLAK Performance Series Grand Piano is a concert instrument that every pianist should experience.
Kawai’s Exclusive Millennium III Action – Featuring ABS-Carbon Technology with Carbon Fiber
Exclusive NEOTEX™ Key Surfaces – With moisture-absorbing properties for greater touch control
Konsei Katagi Rim – Utilizing a blend of distinctive hardwoods to achieve an ideal balance of tone
Vertically Laminated Bridge with Solid Maple Cap – For enhanced energy transfer
Continuous Bridge – For smoother transitions between bass and treble registers
Elegant Appointments – Brass Lid Prop and Cups, Brass Finials on Plate, Beveled Lid Edges, Spade Legs
Hard Finish Music Desk – To preserve the piano’s beauty
Stretcher Over-Lap Integrated Design (SOLID) – Double-width Stretcher Bar for optimum strength
Extended Length Keysticks – For more even response from the front to the back of each key
Concert-Length Key Buttons – Doubled in length to provide maximum energy transfer and optimum power