Through many past years, Yamaha has been an authority in providing the latest technologies and innovations in digital pianos. They have established their name in making stage pianos very well and the Yamaha CP300 Digital Stage Piano is one of their best.
Drawn out of a very rich tradition and experience in making high quality instruments, this offers the classic sound of a grand piano with the dynamic and portable features of a digital piano. So you can really say, it’s probably the classic meets the future.
It is a professional stage piano that has an appealing design. It has speakers that are concealed in a cabinet so you do not have to use a separate sound system to attach it to. And the sound from these speakers is even loud enough to be heard in an auditorium. It also fits very well in your jazz club, or wherever you put it. It will suit your need just well. (more…)
Over 12 Months of Step by Step lessons
For Every Level, Beginner to Advanced
Learn to Play By Ear or read Sheet Music
Classical, Pop, Country, Rock and Blues
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Great for Electric Pianos AND Acoustic Pianos
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Whatever you want to achieve with learning Piano, Rocket Piano WILL work for you, and you’ll have FUN!
If you are new to piano and don’t know where to begin, Rocket Piano is for you. You will get the results you want and you will be AMAZED in the process. (more…)
Do you play a musical instrument? A digital home piano?
I know a lot of people have tried to take piano lessons. When I was in elementary school, second-grade specifically, at least six or seven kids in my class were signed up to take piano lessons.
I decided to join also the following summer. All of those kids and I eventually quit piano lessons. The differences, they quit within a couple months and I quit after 10 years. This isn’t a matter of whether I should have quit or not, because I can still play whatever I want and enjoy the talent and instructions I received. If you want to play the piano, that is a great choice.
Unfortunately, unlike playing the guitar or a violin, if you want to play piano and you need to buy a piano, you’re not even able to get a cheap one for under a thousand dollars as a beginner. Unless you’re buying a piano keyboard, you’re going to need to invest in some type of piano. If you want buy a grand piano or even only a baby grand piano, you can expect to pay thousands of dollars and probably lose half of the room. (more…)
* 88 full-size scaled hammer action keys with touch response
* 48-note polyphonic maximum
* 700 tones
* 200 rhythms
* Effects: Reverb (10 types); Chorus (5 types)
* Acoustic resonance
* Pitch bend wheel
* Recorder and metronome features for lesson support
* 4 fingering methods (normal, Casio® chord, fingered, full-range chord)
* Rhythm controller: Start, stop, synchro, fill-in
* Auto accompaniment
* Song expansion: 10 songs maximum
* Music presets (305 preset)
* Registration (8 banks x 4 sets for 32 setups)
* One-touch presets: Recalls settings for tone, tempo, layer, on/off, and harmonize on/off in accordance with rhythm
* Scale editor: 16 preset scales, 4 memory scales
* Music library: 152 songs
* Memory functions: Songs: 5; Recording tracks: 6; Capacity: Approximately 12,000 notes total; Functions: Real-time recording, playback
* General MIDI level 1 compatible
* SDHCTM memory card slot
* USB port
* 2 speakers: 16 W total output (bass-reflex speakers)
* Headphones jack
* CDP220 Piano
* Sustain pedal
* AC adapter
* Piano stand
You’re a gigging keyboardist, right? So you want a digital piano that sounds awesome when you plug it in… but one that doesn’t take three roadies to haul into the show. And Casio gets that. That’s why the Privia PX-350 gives you the playing touch you demand (88 keys with responsive, piano-like weighted scaled hammer action), plus the sound quality you’ve got to have (Casio’s best stereo grand piano sound), all built to be light enough for you to carry yourself. Yes, the PX-350 weighs right around 25 lbs. – that’s less than most college kids’ backpacks. And you’ll be surprised to hear that there are stereo speakers included in the PX-350′s light weight.
Let this First Act USB keyboard set your spirit free. This keyboard lets you get creative with musical compositions. Plus, the USB MIDI connectivity allows you to easily transfer recordings to a computer. Color: black.
54-key digital keyboard and MIDI controller allow you to play the keyboard traditionally or to use the virtual instruments.
128 distinct keyboard voices and 100 rhythms is ideal for creating a unique user experience.
Built-in USB port permits you to connect your Mac or PC and record your playing.
Cakewalk software is perfect for mixing and editing your performance.
Unlimited Instruments! Connected to your computer, the key board functions as a MIDI controller, letting you play virtually any instrument.
Mix & Edit and upload music to the web and play for friends, family, the world!
Includes: USB cable, Cakewalk CD-ROM & keyboard
3.25″H x 28.5″W x 11″D
Model no. MI075
Here is a review of the casio ctk 7000 keyboard. If you are a beginner or a long time player and are not fussy about owning casio brand, then you may consider owning the casio ctk7000.
In comparison to some other leading and popular brands of 61 key electronic keyboards, a Casio ctk keyboard offers you more value for your money.
Competitive pricing and more features has always been the USP of casio keyboard / pianos. (more…)
Here’s a review of the Casio Celviano AP-620, which is the flagship digital piano in the Celviano series of upright pianos.
It comes with 250 built-in high quality tones and 180 rhythms that covers most genres of music.
The Linear Morphing Sound Source ensures high quality sound from the piano.
The enhanced “Ivory Touch” keyboard with “Tri-Sensor” hammer action gives you a real piano like feel, which will appeal to most piano players. (more…)
Here are reviews of Digital Piano Stand that will definitely make your piano proud and will be a just addition to your expensive piano keyboard.
The following guide will help you to acquire a right stand for your digital piano. A good number of portable keyboard instruments, specially the top quality ones, offer keyboard touch and sound quality similar to on a real piano. And so these are not likely to look fantastic on run-of-the-mill keyboard stands. That’s usually where piano stands which are made particularly for portable pianos supply you with much better choices. (more…)
So why any musician should be interested in a Wooden Music Stand? Well it really depends on a number of factors including what type of music you play, your skill level and whether you are really looking for something visually appealing as well.
You might say that a music stand made of wood is a stand after all and what is the fuss about. But then it refers back to the point about what you play and for how many years you have been playing. (more…)