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    Guides and Piano Keyboard Reviews

  • Difference Between Digital Piano and Digital Keyboard

    So what’s the difference between a digital piano a digital keyboard? Quite simply a digital piano has weighted keys which means that the keys are designed for the practicing musician or pianist. Weighted keys help the classical pianist or any musician to strengthen their fingers while they play the piano. A digital keyboard on the…

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  • Clavia Nord Electro 3 Review
    Clavia Nord Electro 3 Review
    Overall Customer Rating4.54.54.54.54.5

    The conspicuous Clavia Nord Electro 3 keyboard with it’s undeniable red color is what we are going to look at today. This keyboard is very different from other synthesizers and sampler technology based pianos. The essence of the Nord Electro is based on combining sampling technology with the creation of sound that is virtually derived….

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  • Roland Prelude Review
    Roland Prelude Review
    Overall Customer RatingNo Ratings

    The Prelude is a clear and close cousin to Roland’s GW-8L keyboard. It’s housed in a very similar case however the color of the color is slightly different. In contrast to the GW-8L the Prelude has built-in speakers. The casing itself is black on white with the control buttons to the right and are somewhat…

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  • Roland V Piano Review
    Roland V Piano Review
    Overall Customer Rating4.54.54.54.54.5

    I’ve heard so much about the new Roland V Piano that I decided to have a closer look at this phenomenon. This keyboard is unlike any other keyboard that I have seen or heard in the past. It provides exceptional tonal quality and sound Even how the sound is engineered is unique and very different…

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  • Roland RG-1 Review
    Roland RG-1 Review
    Overall Customer RatingNo Ratings

    The Roland RG-1 is a sophisticated and beautiful digitally styled grand piano that features stunning and realistic piano sounds. It is a gorgeous grand featuring a highly polished ebony finish. Open the cover of the piano and you’ll discover a light satin black finish decorated with brass finished screws. Progressive Hammer Action The RG-1 features…

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  • Roland G6 Review
    Roland G6 Review
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    Roland introduces the new Fantom G series in its lineup of synthesizers. Roland introduced the series way back in the early 2000’s with the introduction of its FA series. Almost a decade later the G series emerged as the ultimate in sound expression. Smorgasbord of Synthesizer Sounds This new keyboard features the most current technology including USB…

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  • Yamaha MM8 Review
    Yamaha MM8 Review
    Overall Customer Rating3.673.673.673.673.67

    Vendor Price $899.99 $899.99 $899.99 Click here to see the best prices and reviews on Amazon One of the most popular, the Yamaha MM8 keyboard has a good reason. Some of you may wonder what the MM eight stands for. It actually stands for mini motif, a representation of the motif keyboard created by Yamaha….

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  • Yamaha YPG635 Review
    Yamaha YPG635 Review
    Overall Customer Rating3.53.53.53.53.5

    Winning both the 2007 Product of the Year and Keyboard of the Year awards from Music & Sound Retailer, the Yamaha YPG635 is a superb addition to Yamaha’s range of piano-focused portables. Unusually Portable with 88 Keys The most obvious benefit to this instrument is that it features an 88 key weighted action keyboard, which…

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  • Yamaha PSR E413 Review
    Yamaha PSR E413 Review
    Overall Customer RatingNo Ratings

    Vendor Price $429.99 Click here to see the best prices and reviews on Amazon The Yamaha PSR E413 portable keyboard is an ideal choice for beginners as it has a huge range of functions to aid the learning process. 16 Parts Multi-Timbral This keyboard has 32 notes of polyphony and is 16 parts multi timbral. …

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  • Yamaha DGX620 Review
    Yamaha DGX620 Review
    Overall Customer RatingNo Ratings

    The Yamaha DGX620 focused portable keyboard is a recent addition to the Yamaha family. It has a similar specification to its less expensive sister the Yamaha DGX520, except that it has a fully weighted 88 key keyboard which uses Yamaha’s unique Graded Hammer Effect technology to emulate the feel of a real acoustic piano. The…

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  • Yamaha CP300 Review
    Yamaha CP300 Review
    Overall Customer RatingNo Ratings

    I had the opportunity to try the Yamaha CP300 lately and actualy purchased this keyboard because I liked it so much. When I first laid eyes on this full sized professional stage piano, I was immediately drawn to the layout of this piano keyboard. The Piano That Stood Out for Me It is beautifully styled with…

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  • Why You Should Look at a Kurzweil Keyboard

    Many keyboardists or pianists who have previously owned Kurzweil keyboards say they would never consider buying anything else. So with their range of keyboards and digital pianos tending towards the pricy end of the market, what is it about their products that makes Kurzweil customers so loyal? Thought Intuitive Design Kurzweil believe it is because…

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  • Types of Electronic Piano Keyboard

    There are many different types of electronic piano keyboard, some of which are designed for the novice and others for professional musicians. Some of the entry-level electronic keyboards will display labels such as trumpet or violin. These are sampler based keyboards. In other words these keyboards have sounds that are stored in permanent memory often…

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  • Roland FP7 Review
    Roland FP7 Review
    Overall Customer Rating55555

    Continuing with the FP series, the Roland FP-7 is the latest in digital piano design. Roland keyboards has decided to roll out the FP-7 due to the popularity of previous models. Roland FP-7 feels very solid and is well constructed much like its predecessors and weighs in at approximately 80 pounds which unfortunately makes it…

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  • Portable Piano Keyboard

    Due to rapid developments over the last ten years, you can get a portable piano keyboard that comes with a fantastic range of features that allow even complete beginners to achieve a professional sound. With a wide range of realistic voices, numerous auto accompaniment styles and quality sound systems, a portable home keyboard is a practical…

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  • Piano Keyboard Height and How It is Measured

    A piano keyboard height measured from the floor to the top of the white keys will approximate 28 1/2 inches.  This is typically well adjusted for the average adult player. Children learning to play may have difficulty adjusting to the height and therefore are advised to use a cushion to raise themselves to the proper height. The…

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  • Kurzweil K2661 Review
    Kurzweil K2661 Review
    Overall Customer Rating44444

    While the Kurzweil K2661 workstation, a 61 key keyboard makes this a light and portable instrument, this keyboard has all the power, elegance and functionality of the larger workstations in the Kurzweil K2600 series. A Flagship of a Workstation Described by one customer as the flagship of all keyboards for use in a live setup,…

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  • Korg Triton Extreme Review
    Korg Triton Extreme Review
    Overall Customer RatingNo Ratings

    The Korg Triton Extreme 88 keyboard is packed with sampling and composing functions, and is definitely not for those looking for a simple piano substitute. It has five times as much 48kHz ROM as the classic Korg Triton, which allows the inclusion of 1334 preset programs. The Ever Popular Trance Attack The Triton Extreme features…

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  • Korg Pa1X Pro Elite Review
    Korg Pa1X Pro Elite Review
    Overall Customer RatingNo Ratings

    The new Korg Pa1X Pro Elite is a professional arranger keyboard, perfect for use in the home and studio, or on stage.  With a 76 note semi-weighted keyboard, full color Touch View display, and SDS dual sequencer, Korg believes it is the ideal instrument for parties and playing out. As well as MIDI In/Out ports,…

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  • Korg C340 Review
    Korg C340 Review
    Overall Customer RatingNo Ratings

    There has been very little change with the two new Korg keyboards namely the Korg C340 and the Korg C350. That cabinet styling resembles that of its predecessors. Stylish Wood Trim There has been some small changes in the styling in particular the wood trim features rounded edges and long and slim foot pedestals and…

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  • Digital Piano Keyboard for Boogie Woogie

    Since their inception, digital piano keyboards have been popular for the convenience and cost efficiency they offer in contrast to traditional pianos.  As technology has advanced, such keyboards provide not only this increased value, but also features that make them particularly suited to certain types of playing environments and music. Several functional capabilities of digital…

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  • Chords Inside Out

    No Matter Which Keyboard We Choose, We All Need To Know Chords Inside-Out & Upside-Down. Every musician has his or her favorite keyboards. I love my Roland and my Yamaha slabs, and you have your favorites as well. And that’s as it should be. But no matter what keyboards we play, we all need to…

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  • Yamaha Nocturne N100 Review
    Yamaha Nocturne N100 Review
    Overall Customer RatingNo Ratings

    The Yamaha Nocturne N100 described by Yamaha as “an oasis of simplicity and pure piano pleasure”, this recent addition to the Yamaha digital piano family is not for those looking for a huge range of sound effects and complicated high tech features. The Nocturne N100 is, however, ideal for those who are looking for a…

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  • Yamaha YDP213 Review
    Yamaha YDP213 Review
    Overall Customer RatingNo Ratings

    The Yamaha YDP 213 digital piano is a perfect for aspiring pianists and hobbyists looking for the practicality of a digital piano instrument combined with the feel and sound of a grand piano. The 88 key Graded Hammer Effect keyboard, which is exclusive to Yamaha, has weighted keys that become lighter as you move up…

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