A piano is one of the most popular musical instruments for most music lovers. People who aspire to become musicians often prefer learning piano as their primary instrument since it allows creativity and makes composing music easier. Over the years even the music world has been digitized and today the digital or electronic pianos are ruling the instrument world. Here are some of the top digital pianos reviewed.
Yamaha YPG 235
Yamaha is one of the most trusted names in the musical instruments industry. It is not only popular among beginners but is equally liked by professional musicians as well. The Yamaha YPG 235 is an impeccable instrument that stands true to its name in terms of quality and efficiency. This a fully-fledged 76 weighted key digital piano with high powered sound quality. It comes with amazing computer connectivity and allows you to record your music. The sound sample palette is fairly decent and has a 32 note polyphony. It has a lot more fun features that a passionate and aspiring music beginner will love to explore. Despite all these features, it is one of the most affordable digital pianos in the market.
Kawai CE220 Digital Piano
This is perhaps one of the most beautiful digital piano on the list in terms of aesthetics. Despite being a digital piano, it comes as a beautiful wooden console and a rich natural sound, which makes it an excellent alternative to an acoustic piano. If you want your piano to be a part of your home interior, this is the best choice. The weighted wooden keys add to the entire feel and make it almost indistinguishable from an acoustic piano. On the downside, while it is an amazing piano, it has limited digital features for someone who would specifically want a dedicated digital piano.
Casio Priva PX 870
Casio is yet another trusted name in the music world and has been producing digital pianos for a while. Despite having a versatile digital console, this is an aesthetically pleasing model which will be perfect for those who wish to have a piano as an interior piece. The construction is solid and looks similar to an acoustic piano. Besides aesthetics, even the sound quality is similar to that of a vintage grand piano and comes with numerous touches that will give you the feel of playing a classic acoustic piano.
Roland RD 2000 Digital Stage Piano
If you are looking for a digital piano with impeccable versatility in terms of digital features, and the feel of an acoustic piano in terms of sound quality, this Roland product is your best buy. The graded hammer keys add to your piano experience. Unlike other counterparts on the list, this piano is also very lightweight and highly portable.
Korg SP- 280 Digital Piano
Korg is a reliable name in making digital pianos and this is one amazing product by the company. It is an excellent buy for both beginners and experienced piano players who are looking for an 88-key piano with a diverse digital console. The graded hammer keys add to the experience and the sound palette and sample range is commendable. Portability and reasonable price point are additional plus points of this equipment.
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