One of the most popular posts on this blog is the one with information on digital pianos. Whilst researching online the options available for one of my students to purchase, I came across these options. I would say my favourite is the Korg – perhaps because of the way it looks!
Yamaha: NP30 Portable Digital Piano (Silver Finish)
£259 from Musicroom.
This fantastic Digital Piano is the perfect portable instrument. It offers slim, light and compact design and a 76-key touch response keyboard. You will be impressed not only by it’s compact size and light weight body, but also by it’s superior sound quality. It contains 10 high-quality instrument voices, a metronome, 10 voice-demos and 10 piano songs.
Casio: CDP-100 Lightweight Digital Piano (Stand Not Included)
£299.00 on sale from Musicroom.
The ideal instrument for beginners and everyone who wants to give Piano-playing a real chance. For this reason, CDP-100 features an absolutely authentic Grand Piano stereo sound and touch. Together with the dual elements technology HL sound chip and Natural-Scaled Hammer Action keyboard this Piano provides an individual sound source for strong or light touch.
Korg: microPIANO Digital Mini Grand Piano – Red
£269 from Musicroom.
Korg’s microPIANO digital piano is charming, conveniently sized, and designed like a grand piano – complete with an opening lid! Small in size, the microPIANO features Korg’s expressive 61-key Natural Touch mini-keyboard, carefully designed to provide true playability.
Excellent playing feel, suitable for both beginners and for serious performers. This is definitely the option I would chose if I was buying a digital piano!
Korg: SP170BK Digital Piano
£429 from Musicroom.
With a clean, fresh design that omits the traditional control panel, the portable and stylish SP-170 emphasizes the vital piano elements: a comfortable keyboard and satisfying sound. It is relatively light and portable, weighing around 26lbs.