Kawai F301 Triple Pedal Lyre for ES8

Wood Pedal Lyre for Kawai ES8/ES7 with Damper, Sostenuto, and Soft Pedals
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Smooth Pedal Action for Your Kawai ES8 or ES7

Unlock the full sonic and dynamic range of your Kawai ES8/ES7 digital piano with this matching triple-pedal lyre. The Kawai F-301 adds the perfect finishing touch to your Kawai digital piano and stand, having a matching gloss black finish for a seamless look. This pedal board is laid out like a proper piano, with soft, sostenuto, and damper (has half-pedal support) pedals that depress naturally for a comfortable transition between instruments. If you play music that calls for the left two pedals, Sweetwater keyboardists recommend upgrading from your single damper pedal to the Kawai F-301 triple pedal lyre.

Kawai ES8/ES7 Triple Pedal Lyre Features:
  • Unlocks the full sonic and dynamic range of your ES8 or ES7
  • Pedals depress naturally with a smooth action
  • Gloss black finish matches your digital piano and stand
  • Soft (una corda) pedal, sostenuto pedal, and damper pedal with half-pedal support
Upgrade to better dynamics and tonal range with the Kawai ES8/ES7 triple pedal lyre!

Tech Specs

Number of Pedals 3
Type 3-pedal Unit
Manufacturer Part Number F301B

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O.K. AVERAGE Improvement Possible.

Do not like the patch cord for the pedals though the add on set of two for the stage model was major more stupid......I forget the model #......the lyre allows the left foot to manage the (default) sostenuto and una corda (soft) pedals simultaneously which is so useful in the piano music of Ravel and Debussy (and also in Beethoven's Sonatas even if he cpuldn't have written it in since the sos. wasn't invented until the 20th century.....even still performances of the sonatas can be further revealed with tthis pedal. The flimsiness of the "7-pin" pedal connector is not worthy of the most excellent ES8 Kawaii keyboard
Music background: I nose a lot and am a monster player(class./jazz)
See also: Volume Pedals, Kawai, Kawai Keyboard Pedals