Stage PianoUnlike their colleagues home stage pianos are usually held on the housing side optically pure and the rigors of live operation aligned. Stage Pianos also have no built-in stand, but be transported to an appropriately strong keyboard stand, holding and damper pedals end up in a separate case at the feet of the musician. Stage Pianos often assume the functions of a master keyboard, that is, the keyboard can be divided, for example, into several zones to control additional sound modules individually. Here, stage pianos are by no means limited to the pure sound of the piano, but have actually manufacturers across a wide range of so-called bread-and-butter sounds such as strings, basses, organs, electric pianos, etc. Unlike most home Pianos, Stage Pianos are equipped with Pitch and Modulation wheels that play an important role when controlling synth sounds.