How to choose a beginner piano


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Thanks for posting.

I found that very interesting, not that I am in the market for a Digi Piano but the guy did a pretty good job at explaining about costs whilst not really saying much about what to look for.

I probably explains why I dislike Yamaha, I bought a cheapish keyboard and ended up hating it, the feel of the keys was poor, the sound quality just about listenable, the build quality mediocre but worst of all was the dire totally useless menu system. Yes my Korg cost me much more but it is a joy to play, it sounds great, its very customisable and now that Korg are adding features of the top of the range model to my own then my keyboard will last me for many years. So just as the guy in the video states I found the keyboard that suits me.

Once again Gary, many thanks.
 
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Well to be fair, the guy was describing how to buy a piano. Not a synth or organ style keyboard.

Also I can think of a few low end and mid range units he omitted that he could have mentioned.

Roland Juno DS88, Kurzweil SP-6, SP-4, Casio Privia line from the 160 thru the 560 and PX-5S.

Still, when you consider how many times people have asked this question here on the forums already, at least this gives them a place to start.

Gary ;)
 
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