The Symphony Grand II is the newest, state-of-the-art digital grand piano from Williams. Its detailed sounds, 8-speaker sound system and responsive keyboard are all housed in a beautiful, elegant grand piano design that was built from the ground up to complement any décor.
Merging the latest digital technology with a classic piano look, the Symphony Grand II commands your attention from anywhere in the room.
Grand Sound and Feel
Williams worked with Fatar™, the world’s premiere brand of keybeds, to create a great-feeling keyboard that responds to your dynamic performance.
This hammer-action weighted response gives players the feel of a real piano, it also reacts to fast playing and volume shifts when performing other instruments.
The 8-speaker sound system on the Symphony Grand II fills any room with beautiful music.
Two subwoofers in ported speaker boxes provide solid bass, while additional speakers project sound from under the lid, just like a real piano.
Two sets of headphone outputs are also provided for private practice sessions.
Unmatched Piano Realism
The Symphony Grand II has up to 64 times larger sound memory than similar digital grand pianos. This means more lifelike piano sounds than any you’ve heard before from a digital instrument. For example, similar pianos record a short piece of a piano note, then loop that over and over as the note decays.
The Symphony Grand II recorded almost every note of a grand piano for its full duration, then recorded again and again at quieter and louder dynamics.
The result is the natural sound of a concert grand piano, which moves and evolves as you hold down a chord.
Other keyboard manufacturers record only a small sliver of the note, and then repeat it at lower volumes across time, resulting in sterile, artificial sound.
Williams Whole Note Technology
Williams records the entire note, from initial attack to final decay, providing a full and rich sound experience across the entire spectrum.
In addition to its incredible grand piano sound, the Symphony Grand II includes organs, keyboards, guitars, basses, strings, drums, and much more. It includes effects like reverb, chorus, rotating speaker, phaser, and distortion to make each instrument as authentic as possible. And its 256-note polyphony means you won’t run out of notes when playing busy passages.
Interactive Tools Teach You to Play
Above each key on the Symphony Grand II is a multi-color key light, designed for use with educational software like the included Skoove LE software.
The Symphony Grand II is compatible with hundreds of apps for Mac, Windows, and iOS over USB or Wireless MIDI.
Connect to the Skoove LE app using USB or Wireless Bluetooth, and follow along as the software guides you through 100 free lessons.
Learn at your own pace, or contact piano instructors through the app for help. Lights above the keyboard follow your performance, highlighting mistakes to reinforce learning.
Built into the piano are an additional 50 Song Tutor songs. Play along with these classical works using the sheet music below while following the key lights. The left or right hand part can be disabled so you can concentrate on one part of the music at a time while the piano performs the other part.
Accompaniment Styles Pack a Band
Inside Your Piano
To turn your playing into a complete music production, 180 accompaniment styles follow your performance. Far from the boring foxtrot on old keyboards, it includes Rock, Blues, R&B, and other accompaniment styles.
Deep Chicago Blues
Dedicated keys allow you to add fills, move to a B-section, or add a big ending. The styles follow any chord change and the 4.3” LCD display makes it easy to find what you’re looking for. With a full band of drums, bass, guitar, and an orchestra of instruments behind you, the Symphony Grand II brings you to center stage.
For entertaining between performances, the USB input on the main panel plays a USB stick full of General MIDI files, each part displayed with different colored key lights.