Digital Piano Reviews - Best Digital Pianos of 2015
UPDATED REVIEW - March 16, 2015
Best Digital Pianos under $1000US
UPDATED REVIEW: March 16, 2015 - Yamaha, Roland, Kawai, Casio, Suzuki, Korg, etc...which one is best and which one should you buy?! Hello to everyone shopping for a digital piano. My name is Tim Praskins and I am a digital piano expert and have been teaching & playing on them for over 40 years (started teaching as a young teen:) and have taught 1000's of students during my extensive music career. I play acoustic concert grand pianos, digital pianos, and pro keyboards professionally (as well as play and teach guitar & organ) and do free digital piano consultations for schools, churches, piano teachers, studios, and families all over the world to help you decide what piano might be best for you in your price range. There are some people out there who say they specialize in digital pianos or have had some experience on them, but that does not necessarily mean they know what they are talking about because most of them don't. However, I do know what I am talking about when it comes to hundreds of different models of digital pianos now and in the past, and I am willing to share that info with you at no charge and explain it on your level and give you free personal advice. I do not have a retail store or warehouse because as a teacher & pro musician, I work out of a music studio and offer advice without needing to "sell" pianos like other so-called reviewers try to do with Amazon links to digital pianos so they can make money regardless of how bad that digital piano may really be.
*If you would like to learn more about the best digital pianos between $1000-$2000, go to my review of those pianos at the following link:
New Digital Pianos under $2000
|Kawai ES100 w/opt stand & pedals|
|Roland F20 with optional stand|
|Adagio digital piano|
|Artesia AP8 digital piano|
If you want important info on the best way to proceed as far as lessons and learning go as well wanting to be sure you're getting the right instrument for your needs and budget, please contact me and I'll be happy to answer your questions. Also, click on the links below to read my reviews on these pianos under $1000.
Casio PX150 Review
Casio PX350 Review
Casio PX780 Review
Casio PX760 Review
Casio PX5S Review
Korg SP170S Review
Korg SP280/LP380 Review
Yamaha P105 Review
Yamaha DGX650 Review
Roland F20 review
Kawai ES100 review
*Artesia AP120e Review
*Williams Rhapsody Review
*Williams Symphony Review
*Suzuki SD10 Review
*Yamaha YPG535 Review
* means not recommended
|Casio PX780 digital piano|
Just so you know, there is no precise or impartial digital piano rating system (like stars, check marks, numbers, etc) as some people on the internet would have you believe...and that's why I don't do it. There are just too many variables. In fact there are some so-called "reviewers" out there who have no idea of what they are talking about, they say things that are just not true at all, they rate cheap keyboards along side of digital pianos, which is ridiculous (keyboards are not digital pianos), and what they report is only so they can link you to an Amazon site to make THEM money if you buy something. These "reviewers" are as impartial as bees are to honey...in other words, they are not impartial and they only will say things that gets you to buy a piano on their Amazon links. If you see something like that, then run away from those people as they are not there to help you, regardless of they say. In fact, I have noticed that many of these "fake review sites" steal my content and then post a version of it on their web sites. I know this because they would NEVER have been able to test out the pianos that I have and come up with the conclusions that they state in their reviews. This is because they have never played those digital pianos and in fact may not even know how to play a piano at all. It is true that imitation or downright coping is the sincerest form of flattery so people stealing (coping and reusing) my blog content does not bother me...much. Unfortunately on those sites it is done solely to make money off of you, and that does bother me!
I always recommend that you do your homework before you buy because as I said, ultimately any of these pianos may be a good choice for you. However there are definitely some models that offer more for the money depending on the price range you can be in, and if you would like my help in making your decision, please contact me as I do not charge for my advice and I do this as a labor of love:)
If you want more info on these and other pianos and lower prices than internet or store discounts, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me direct at 602-571-1864
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