Review of the Korg SP250 & LP350: The Korg musical instrument & pro music products company is famous worldwide for producing outstanding workstation keyboards (ie: Korg Kronos), pro synths, arranger keyboards, and various musical devices that help musicians produce better, more exciting music. I have played many, if not most of the keyboards and digital pianos they have produced over the years and know them well. Korg used to produce a vast array of home digital pianos but in recent years, has all but gotten out of that market (except for the recent addition of the lower priced SP170S at $499 internet price).
These days, the SP250/LP350 are still available from Korg and they have not changed and are the only pianos that I know of that are still offered by a major keyboard company that is technologically old. I suppose that's OK because the pianos still compare favorably in some ways with a few of the newer piano brands and models, and the internet price on the SP250 has come down in the past few years to $695 including the metal stand. The LP350 (furniture style cabinet) price is $999 internet price and I have played that piano as well. Korg offers it in a black cabinet and also in a nice looking white cabinet.
There are 3 different acoustic piano sounds on the SP250/LP350 which are grand piano, bright piano, and mellow piano and they are different from each other. The dynamics and expression that you can achieve with these tones using the Korg piano weighted keyboards are fairly good for their age and price range and are normally sufficient for most students or players looking for a good piano in a low price range.
Check out the following reviews on other digital pianos:
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Casio PX780 Review
Casio PX850 Review
Yamaha YDP142 Review
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