Guy Allison

When it comes to keyboard action, my first choice is always a grand piano. In the world of controller keyboards, the UF-80 most closely emulates the feel of the piano's weighted action. As soon as it was hooked up in my studio and I started playing I knew I made the right choice. It's solid, it's intuitive to program and it's the perfect blend of function meets form. I highly recommend it.
CME has certainly raised the bar and I look forward to their next innovative creation.
                                                                                                                                                   -----Guy Allison


Over twenty years of composing, contributing to and performing music for major
artists in the recording, television and film industry. Most importantly, over twenty
years of listening.

1996-Present “The Doobie Brothers”
Headliner in North America, Europe, Asia, Australia and New
1990-1996 “Air Supply”
Headliner in North America, South America, Asia, and
1990-1996 “Yazawa” - Headliner in Japan.
1987-1989 “The Moody Blues”
Headliner in North America.
1985-1985 “Lodgic”
Support act for “Supertramp” - Headliner in North America.
1979-1983 Various orchestras
Main rooms in Las Vegas, Reno and South Shore Tahoe.
1977-1983 Very seedy nightclubs with exceedingly long hours and low pay.


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