Keyboard Amp Reccomendation


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Greetings All,
I just bought a Juno DS88, I have been using a Casio with a built in speaker system that works fine in my music room. When I got the new board I realized I need an amp. I do not want to set up my PA to practice piano. Any recommendations for a small practice amp that sounds good and won't cost an arm and a leg. As I mentioned , I have a PA so it's not a wattage issue. It also seems that many of the Roland patches are stereo. Is there an amp that can (simulate) that effect?
 
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Welcome.

This has been asked quite a few times recently and a search if past posts will give plenty of the results you seek.

Are you specifically after an amp or will powered speakers serve your needs?

If you can put a value on your arm and leg then the suggestions will be within your budget.


 
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Welcome.

This has been asked quite a few times recently and a search if past posts will give plenty of the results you seek.


I saw that after posting my question. I apologize for the redundancy. I think I already found my answer.
 
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If you just need something cheap and quick for practice sessions visit your local music store and pick up a small used Peavey Bass Amp or keyboard amp for around $70 or so.

This was my solution when I was first starting out and it was perfectly acceptable. It was a small 30 watt Peavy Bass Amp and it was plenty good enough for practice.

Otherwise consider a small set of studio monitors. Computer speakers will do in a pinch as well as long as they are 2.1 type with a subwoofer and all you need are adapters for the connectors. They'll work great for under $100.

Gary ;)
 

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