Five More Best-Selling Digital Pianos
There is a surprising number of quality digital pianos on the market. If you’re willing to spend a little more, you can obtain an instrument with very realistic touch response. Many digital pianos come with dozens of instrument voices, including a variety of piano tones. You can spend many hours experimenting with the different sounds and creating the type of music you simply can’t make on a regular acoustic piano.
Here are five more hot-selling digital pianos for music lovers.
Looking for a digital piano with an authentic grand piano feel? The Yamaha YPG-635 88-key portable grand piano might be just what you are searching for. It features a weighted, graded hammer action keyboard. When you begin to play, you’ll notice that the amazingly responsive keys feel heavier to the touch in the low end of the scale and lighter in the high end, just like an acoustic grand piano.
The cabinet on the piano has attractive wood accents and the matching stand ensures that the keyboard is situated at the recommended height for playing comfort. There is no skimping on musicality, either, because the YPG-635 offers 64 notes of polyphony.
“…Overall its an awesome investment and a great instrument for beginners.” – Scott M
The Yamaha YPG535 88-Key Portable Keyboard offers the exquisite sound and feel of a grand piano in a portable package and at an affordable price. The YPG535 offers a graded soft touch action that everyone from the beginner to the professional will love. With many different instrument modes, you can bring music to life in a whole new way. This is a good all-round digital piano that will give you and your family hours of enjoyment.
“The Yamaha 535 is much more than I expected in a digital piano at this price…” – James P.
The new Casio Privia PX-330 redefines the mid-range digital piano category. It delivers unprecedented sound quality and performance, with firm and responsive keyboard action, thanks to the new Tri-Sensor 88-note scaled hammer action keyboard.
The Privia PX-330 offers many great-sounding instrument voices, including all new grand piano samples. You’ll never get tired of experimenting with various musical compositions. The sleek piano is extremely portable, weighing only 26 pounds. The Casio Privia PX-330 digital piano is versatile enough for any home, studio, or stage.
“The sound is excellent, the dynamic range is excellent, and the power and resonance in the bass range are MUCH greater than the slightly cheaper ones…” – rpp
The Yamaha YDP181 Electronic Piano is perfect for more demanding students and experienced pianists alike. It provides a true piano experience, both in sound and touch. The graded hammer keyboard makes it truly enjoyable to play, whether you’re a student practising compositions or a professional musician performing on stage. The dual voice capability of the Yamaha YDP181 lets you play two different instrument sounds at the same time. The 3-track song recorder lets you capture and replay your original musical ideas and performances.
“…in terms of the build quality and the feel of a real piano, the YDP181 is the clear winner.” – John J.
The Casio Celviano AP420 digital piano has a traditional exterior design, but it uses advanced technology to provide an authentic grand piano experience. The piano features a new, tri-sensor, spring-less, 88-note scaled hammer action that captures every nuance of your playing style. The new, 4-layer stereo grand piano sounds deliver the natural, expressive, and dynamic tones that you crave to hear. With 128 notes of polyphony, duet mode, and a powerful speaker system, the Celviano AP420 will fill your home with beautiful music.
“I immediately loved the touch and tone of the piano…” – AimeeDee