Yamaha CP300 Digital Stage Piano Review

Digital home pianoThrough 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…)

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Why Buy a Digital Home Piano

Do you play a musical instrument? A digital home piano?

(de) Klavier, Tastatur; (en) piano, keys.
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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…)

Casio PX850 Privia 88-Key Digital Piano, White

The flagship of the new privia line, the Casio privia px850 digital piano has the advanced air sound set providing an additional level of realism including grand piano lid simulation and sympathetic resonance. The px850 has a dual 20w speaker system and a cabinet that opens providing a rich concert sound. The new privia px850 represents a significant step in the continuing evolution of the privia digital piano line. A combination of a new keyboard action and a powerful new sound engine provide a new level of detail, nuance and expression for a superior grand piano experience in the lightweight and stylish design that privia is known for. The Casio px850 has 18 instrument tones (5 are piano), and 256 note polyphony. The px850 keys feature damper resonance, hammer response and sympathetic resonance. A very special other feature is the lid simulation. You can choose (separate from what the actual px850 cabinet will do) whether you want the lid on the grand piano open, closed, half or removed. The px350 has 1/4 inch audio outputs and usb-to-device output so you can easily connect the privia px850 to recording and sound reinforcement equipment.

Price: $1,499.99