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Average rating: 4.8 out of 5
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Zorothepirate a hobbyist user from Australia writes:
Just picked one up on a council throw out and am trying to find out what it is worth. It works fine and will be a well used edition to the local muso's collection.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jun-18-2008 at 21:58
Keyhead a professional user from usa writes:
The Hohner Pianet T is great for three reasons. First, it is a nice old school electric piano that is much more portable than a rhodes or wurly. Second, the tone as stated by another user is between the rhodes and wurly which makes for a nice change. * note the pianet will not give you the same mellowness or a rhodes** Thirdly, you just plug into an amp and play. These things are very affordable; I snagged mine in Ann Arbor, MI for $150.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jun-16-2007 at 16:20
Jan-Roger a part-time user from Norway writes:
The Pianet T is a fantastic instrument. I love it's sound. And it's weight compared to my (and my friends) Wurly. It's about 20 kg. Yepp, it's like a guitar; electro-mechanical. Plug and play. The only con: theres no place to plug in your sustain-pedal:) I'll try to add som pics one day.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Dec-13-2005 at 14:34
Dave Phillimore a part-time user from USA...Washington. writes:
Hard to see why this has not been added before. Where is the Clavinet page. Put this right someone! A fuckster and lil' smoooth operator. A true classic. Its 5 octave. Its being discovered. Just works. Even if left in the back yard for years. Nice to play. You need to be a player to get the best outta' this baby. great for starving mu-sos who need funcky piano. I love tolex cases. The 'T' model is the best. If a Rhodes is too $$$ for you and tooo b-i-g then this is the machine for you. The right price. The right size. The right sound.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Oct-19-2005 at 11:37
Montezuma a hobbyist user writes:
I'm speaking of the Pianet T here. These are forgotten about and overshadowed today. Everybody wants a Rhodes or Wurlitzer. Well let them have their high-maintenance, over-priced, heavy, breakable peices of crap! I'll take the Pianet over those any day. Sounds great, especially the bass notes. The best electric piano in my opinion. Portable, durable, affordable. Don't pass one up if it comes your way. They really can't break or go out of tune. The only way they can get damaged is if the previous owner was an idiot and exposed it to extreme moisture (corrosion). Hohner in general made the very best quality electro-mechanical keyboards.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Oct-17-2005 at 17:11
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