Product Reviews

Yamaha P-45 Review

Yamaha P-45 Review

If you are starting out or are taking the first few steps of a life as a pianist then you need something that is easy and doesn’t offer too many options as that can become confusing and distracting to a beginner. Another good quality a beginner piano should possess is an aggressive price. Once you become proficient, you should be able to buy a more advanced piano without losing a lot of money on your first piano. With that in...
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Nord Stage 3 – 88 Stage Piano Review

Nord Stage 3 – 88 Stage Piano Review

Just a cursory glance at the Nord Stage 3 will let you know that it is a serious player and if there are any lingering doubts about its capabilities then all you need to do is look at the price tag. This is a premium keyboard that promises to be the ultimate replacement for a piano and a host of other instruments. We have seen products that have made this claim in the past and while they had us excited...
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Kawai KDP 90 Review

Kawai KDP 90 Review

Kawai has been a stalwart name when it comes to acoustic pianos but of late they have been making a name for themselves by manufacturing some great digital pianos as well. The purists have always scorned at the idea of a digital piano because until now they have never felt and sounded as good as the real deal unless you are willing to spend a lot of money. Kawai plans to change that with the KDP90 by making a digital...
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Kawai ES110 Review

Kawai ES110 Review

In a world populated by instruments trying to do too much, Kawai tries to do one thing and do it really well with the Kawai ES110. Instead of designing a piano that does other stuff too, they have tried to make a digital piano that comes as close as possible to an acoustic piano. In this review we’ll find out if it has accomplished this task.   First impressions While nothing can capture the elegance of an acoustic piano from...
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Roland FP-30 Review

Roland FP-30 Review

Roland was the company that started the entire trend of feasible digital pianos that could actually be used in place of an actual acoustic piano way back in the 80s. This means that they have accrued years of experience in this field and have become the kings of budget-friendly digital pianos. The Roland FP-30 seems like a worthy product to carry forward this reputation and has been generating a lot of buzz for the way it is truly able to...
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Yamaha DGX 230 Review

Yamaha DGX 230 Review

Yamaha is a brand that is known to make affordable entry-level musical instruments that offers excellent bang for the buck. The Yamaha DGX 230 fits that mould perfectly. In this review we’ll take a look at this 76-key digital piano that is targeted mainly at the budget-conscious beginner to early intermediate players.   The overall look and feel There is nothing striking going on here. The Yamaha DGX-230 tries very hard to look like a premium product and it does...
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Kawai ES8 Review

Kawai ES8 Review

Premium musical instruments are a weird segment as often you have to end up paying a lot for something very less. We would assume that a $1000 instrument would be twice as good as a $500 instrument but that is usually never the case. That is why plenty of research has to be done to make sure that you are getting enough of a return on your investment when purchasing a premium instrument to make it feel worthwhile. With that...
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Yamaha YPG-235 Review

Yamaha YPG-235 Review

Yamaha is one of the most versatile manufacturers out there. They make everything from motorcycles to guitars. One avenue where they have made a name for themselves is in the digital piano industry. They have a long and rich history of manufacturing and selling highly versatile and useful musical instruments. Occasionally they put this experience and their flair for making great instruments to produce something truly different and the Yamaha YPG-235 happens to be one of them. By reading this...
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Best Digital Piano Keyboard – The Secret Every Pianist Should Know About

Review by Andreas Moller   If you are anything like me, then you probably have a strong dislike for digitals pianos for a number of reasons. They just don’t feel like the real thing. You simple don’t have the control with electric pianos that you get with acoustic instruments. The sound produced by digital pianos is poor. These instruments may sound okay with headphones but when you connect your electric instrument to speakers you will be undoubtedly disappointed every time....
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