WTD: Kurzweil K2000VP / K2500

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Hey all, I'm looking for another Kurzweil K2000VP or K2500 keyboard in the UK please.
The 61 note board will do, I've no need for anything bigger. A K2600 would be considered to depending on the price. Needless to say I'm only interested in something that's in good condition etc...

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Hey all, I'm looking for another Kurzweil K2000VP or K2500 keyboard in the UK please.
The 61 note board will do, I've no need for anything bigger. A K2600 would be considered to depending on the price. Needless to say I'm only interested in something that's in good condition etc...

Thanks
Have you considered a PC361?


http://www.ebay.com/itm/Kurzweil-PC361-PC3-61-PCLE6-PC3-LE6-61-Key-Keyboard-NIB-/330745023245?pt=Keyboards_MIDI&hash=item4d01f08b0d#ht_3469wt_1185
 
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Hey thanks for the link.

I've not really considered the PC series, never used one but I'll do some investigating, cheers again.
 
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I bought a new PC361 from the States a couple months ago. $999.00 including ribbon controller. After shipping and import duties, it came to a touch under £800.00 (wouldn't like to claim on the warranty though). Most of the US sites seem to be out of stock now, though, so you might have to trust an ebay seller. There are still a few places in UK listing them in stock, but not at that price.
 
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I appreciate that the PC361 is indeed cheap, but unfortunately I've got a feeling my insurance company are gonna chuck me about £500 and tell me that's that. I don't they do new for old on musical equipment.

I've found a K2500RS on ebay for £650 but I think that's a bit steep.
 
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