Product Reviews

Yamaha DGX-660 Portable Grand Review

One of the biggest USPs of Yamaha’s electric pianos is that they offer a lot of bang for the buck. The Yamaha DGX-660 is by no means priced as a flagship digital piano should be but has many of the features of one at least on paper. The technical specifications of this digital piano suggest that it is highly versatile but can it live up to the much more expensive flagships or will it have glaring flaws in its sound...
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Yamaha P-255 Review

Yamaha P-255 Review

The mid-level of digital pianos is a quagmire of sorts. Usually, it is the piano people consider as their first upgrade after having reached the limits of their beginner piano. However, one piano that has always been in the public eye for all the right reasons is the Yamaha P255. It looks really pretty but behind that beauty is a whole lot of useful features as well. After having played around with every major digital piano model out there, it...
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Casio Privia PX-S1000 Review

Casio Privia PX-S1000 Review

Marketed as the world’s slimmest piano, the target audience for the Casio Privia PX-S1000 is very clear. This digital piano is mainly meant for the musician who is on the move constantly and does not want to lug around something massive and heavy. The flip side of these “ultra-portable” devices is that they often come with some compromises on the feature front. This can often be a deal breaker for musicians as most musicians would prefer a better instrument even...
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Nord Electro 6 HP-73 Review

Nord Electro 6 HP-73 Review

The digital piano world is plagued by a unique problem. Most of the affordable digital pianos have a lot of features but do not excel in any of them while the more expensive digital pianos are too focused on being good at one or at the most two things which is great for people looking for a limited feature-set. However, musicians, especially the ones that have to perform live need a bit more versatility in their instruments and that is...
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Yamaha P-115 Review

Yamaha P-115 Review

Yamaha has made the process of manufacturing affordable but dependable musical instruments an art form. They have in recent years expanded their expertise into the slightly more powerful but still reasonably priced digital piano segment. In fact the P105 was their best-seller for a long time. The Yamaha P115 is meant to replace the P105 and has some rather large shoes to fill. Yamaha had the tough choice of making this digital piano both feature-rich and high-quality. We gave this...
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Yamaha YPG-535 Review

Yamaha YPG-535 Review

Yamaha has a knack of making some great digital pianos at the affordable price range. If you are looking for a decent digital piano in the $500 range then you would be spoilt for choice. Yamaha has introduced another variable to this equation in the form of the Yamaha YPG-535. We put this 88-key digital piano through the grinder to see if it is indeed a great digital piano as Yamaha claim or just another affordable option that comes up...
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Kawai MP11 Review

Kawai MP11 Review

Kawai has a long and storied history of making amazing digital pianos. The Kawai MP11 is a premium digital piano-focused on the professional who needs a bit of versatility but will mostly employ it for his or her piano needs. The feel and the sound reproduction have been given a lot of emphases. It also boasts a plethora of additional features to make it stand toe to toe with the competition. We had a go at the MP11 to figure...
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Roland RD-2000 Review

Roland RD-2000 Review

Roland has come up with the Roland RD-2000 to target the professional musicians who need a digital piano with reliable piano sounds and mechanics while also doubling up as a fully functional keyboard and synthesizer. Costing more than $2500, this digital piano is strictly meant for the absolute professionals and experts. As such it comes loaded with almost every feature a digital piano can incorporate. There is such a thing as too many features and that is something that this...
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Yamaha P-125 Review

Yamaha P-125 Review

Yamaha continues its endeavour to bring exceptional digital instruments at awesome prices and the Yamaha P-125 is its latest foray into the around $600 price mark. This comes with fully-weighted graded keys among many other featured designed to appease the beginner pianist while offering enough features to not warrant an upgrade for a decent period of time. We played around with the Yamaha P-125 and read on this review to find if it has something different to offer or if...
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Kawai MP7 Review

Kawai MP7 Review

Kawai has slowly but steadily cemented its place among musical instrument manufacturers for making some of the best digital pianos at great prices. The $1000-plus segment is a highly competitive one where musicians expect a digital piano to do more than just provide a reliable piano sound and feel. The Kawai MP7 falls under this category and we checked it out to see how it stacked up against the competition. It promises to be a worthy successor to the MP6...
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