I receive many calls from people throughout the country asking me for advice on what would be an appropriate digital piano for a church or institution. The answer to this is that there are many possibilities but it just depends on the building size, sound requirements, normal audience/congregation attendance, piano cabinet space available, and budget. But there is usually something good available in every case, even in lower price ranges. Digital pianos have no upkeep, require no tuning, no regular maintenance, have no special A/C or humidity needs, can be plugged into a sound system to enable the sound to get into all parts of the building, and allow for the use of headphones for private practice. Also, digital pianos can be easily transposed to any key for singing in a range that is more comfortable great for solos and audience singing, and a digital piano offers other high quality instruments that can be used in combination with the piano sound or alone.
An example of a lower cost, professional quality portable digital grand piano is the Kawai MP10 that I just mentioned above. This digital piano comes directly from the highly respected Kawai piano company which is famous for making premium quality concert grand pianos and even produces beautiful grand pianos for the Steinway piano company under the Boston name. If you would like more info on this MP10 model, just click on the link below to read my review.
Kawai MP10 Piano Review
If you are in the continental US and would like more information on digital pianos including specific advice for your church or institution, please contact me directly as I would happy to provide you with free info and help you understand what's available and the price you should be paying for one.
If you want more info on these and other pianos and LOWER PRICES than internet discounts, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call direct at 602-571-1864.