Not so long since the release of the Yamaha PSR-EW300, a portable entry keyboard and a worthy replacement of YPG-235. The keyboard is part of the lower end spectrum considering the manufacturing and price but a definitely capable instrument. It has proven itself to be functional, durable and able to accolade entry players and prepareRead more…
Pianos & Keyboards
The piano is an acoustic string instrument that’s been quite popular since its invention in the 17th century. It can produce a variety of different styles of music and produces a sound that almost everyone finds pleasant. Keyboards are a modern alternative. They are played in a similar fashion, but no longer use strings to produce sounds, but rather prerecorded sound samples.
One of the major advantages of these instruments is, that they are easier to learn than other string instruments for example - it might take you months to be able to produce a pleasant sound on a violin, whereas a keyboard or piano will sound nicely from day one.
Keyboards have also evolved a lot in the past decades and can produce a range of sounds that by far surpasses the abilities of a piano. But not all keyboards are created equal, and neither are pianos.
Below you will find several guides on how to find the best piano or keyboard for your needs, as well as help in choosing between those two. There are also reviews for additional equipment that you might need, like amps, but also for online courses that can help you master your keyboard or piano faster and in a fun way.
Yamaha Arius YDP-164 Review
We are taking a look at the YDP-164, the latest addition to the Yamaha Arius range of digital pianos. The YDP-164 is the successor to the YDP-163 and it sits very near the top of the range. In our Yamaha YDP-164 review, we look at what this digital piano has to offer and how itRead more…
Yamaha P-45 Review & A Comparison Against Similar Models
The Yamaha P-45 is one of the best selling keyboard pianos on the market for good reason. It doesn’t do a million things, but what it does, it does very well indeed.
Casio Privia PX-S3000 Review
The PX-S3000 has to be one of the most surprising keyboard pianos ever, and that shows how far Casio’s Privia range has come. Not in a million years would I expect such a realistic piano experience from a keyboard as slim and light as the PX-S3000. It sounds awesome, it’s incredibly portable, and it looksRead more…
Alesis Recital Pro Review
For under $400, it’s difficult to have any complaints with the Alesis Recital Pro. Let’s be clear from the start; it’s a budget digital piano, not a high-end one, so have to judge it as such. With that said, the Recital Pro over-delivers in almost every sense. Both acoustic piano sounds are excellent and surprisinglyRead more…
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