Listen to the audio in this you tube video- Which digital Piano should I buy?
So- you think you might know which digital piano brand you are looking to buy? It’s fair to say that there are many different parameters by which we can assess a digital piano. Here is a little exercise to illustrate just the one parameter: the tone of the default piano sound. Each of the audio clips in the video is a recording of one of the four digital piano brands I sell. The recordings were made directly as a line capture with near enough the same passage of notes.
A good pair of headphones or monitor speakers is more ideal to hear some of the nuances in the recordings.
Even if you can decide which you like best, there are many reasons why you should visit the store and discuss further the possibilities- each digital piano has it’s own speaker system, keyboard quality and other functions. Having illustrated and intrigued you all with this conundrum – perhaps you need to assess the options in person, rather than relying on digital piano reviews.
The quiz just shows how vast the variety of options there are of digital pianos- I can help you decide!
There are a number of display models for sale at Mark Ireland Pianos, a chance to get a bargain price new piano. The White CN25 and Black Kawai CN35 are two examples. The CN25 is further reduced today to £929. The CN35 is now reduced to £1149. Follow the link to the CN25: http://www.markirelandpianos.co.uk/digital-pianos-kawai-cn25.
There are also deals to be had on CLP-545 Yamaha Clavinova Pianos. One rosewood model is available at £1499. It may be possible to purchase other CLP-500 series pianos- once they are gone though! Be quick to inquire if you are interested.
In other news: there are reductions in price on the Casio PX160- now only £449 and the PX360- now only £739. (These are good portable pianos !)
Two models of the Casio Grand Hybrid range have appeared on display- the GP500 & GP300.
These new pianos are produced in association with C Bechstein Piano Company, famous for their acoustic pianos. This collaboration with Casio has enabled the player to recreate the tone and touch of these instruments in a digital piano. The key bed is a finely made construction of long wooden keys, pivoted traditionally and features moving hammers.
Find out more along with current pricing on the website: