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intend on learning to read or already read music. Looking down instead of looking straight ahead at the music book can turn into a negative habit and can be hard to break later on, especially for kids. The DGX650 is fairly intuitive to use overall with its display screen and there are lots of easy to see buttons. The piano seems to be sturdy and Yamaha products are very reliable, but I personally think this model is a bit too industrial looking with exposed speaker grills on either side of the piano top, white and gray buttons and knobs, and the open window cut-out style music rack with 2 square cutouts on either side. Yamaha also produces an optional 3-pedalboard unit ($75 internet price) to add on to make the piano look and function more like real piano with 3 pedals. However the pedalboard itself is just OK and has slightly awkward playability issues as compared to a real piano.
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