The Pianet L is an analogue, polyphonic electro-mechanical keyboard instrument with 61 keys. The original model of the Pianet was first produced in 1962. It evolved over the years in several models, each with a different letter : C, N, L, M and T. The last pianets were distributed in 1982. The advantage of this instrument over other electronic pianos was its transportable weight of about 20 kg.
The Pianet L has a flatter case than earlier models and features two built-in speakers. Its tuning is stable and its touch response is weaker than on other electric pianos.
The pianet is an analogue, polyphonic electro-mechanical keyboard instrument with 61 keys (60 keys for the models T and M). The sound is produced by vibrating metal reeds. A rubber pad is attached to the keys, which are extended by an arm. By pressing the keys, the arm is moved upwards, lifting the pad and the reed is made to vibrate. The use of metal reeds allowed the instrument to have a stable tuning.