Tuesday, February 28, 2017

TOP 100 DIGITAL PIANOS FOR 2017! - LOWER PRICES - REVIEWS - Roland - Yamaha - Kawai - Casio - Kurzweil - Korg - Suzuki - Galileo

Top 100 New Digital Pianos for 2017 - Ask about them here at AZPianoNews.com

UPDATED - April 1, 2017 - My name is Tim Praskins and I am an internationally respected authority on digital pianos and what makes them "tick." I know how to tell the good ones from the bad ones, the good quality from the poor quality, and I have been doing this for over 40 years (I started in my teens). I work out of my large local teaching studio and teach a variety of keyboard instruments as well as guitar and I have play professionally for many years. My entire family (it's large:) plays piano and I believe it is one of the best and most satisfying things anyone can do for themselves or for their families.

I personally play and examine all the pianos I review and I know what I am talking about, unlike most other so-called reviewers (with no name or made-up names). Most of them have rarely or never played the pianos they talk about and only write about pianos to steer you towards Amazon or other selling sites so they can make a commission off of your purchase. This is known as affiliate marketing and is very popular among people in foreign countries because it allows just about anyone to make money on Amazon by writing "reviews" even though they have no idea what they're talking about. They just take printed info off the internet and watch videos) and rehash that info in their own words...and many of those words make no sense at all, use poor grammar, and are overall seen as "fake reviews." Those sites frequently do reviews of old discontinued models trying to make you believe they are the latest thing out there or they say good things about bad products with known defects. These people even take poor quality models and brands known for their inabilities to come anywhere close to a real piano and they call them good or great digital pianos and even give those products a "rating" to make you believe they know what they are talking about...when they really don't. It makes me shudder to think that some people (shoppers) will be lead to believe all this false information...so beware!

If you want detailed, unbiased info on new digital pianos from a real person with real lifelong digital piano & keyboard playing experience on almost every model out there (with the exception of brands and models not imported into or shown in the US), then let me know (BEFORE YOU BUY ANYTHING ANYWHERE) and I will personally respond to you WITH FREE ADVICE!

Top 100 Digital Pianos for 2017

Roland - FP30, FP50, FP80, RP140R, RP501R, DP603, RD2000, FA08, RD64, RD300NX, HP603, HP605, LX7, LX17, GP607

Yamaha - P45, P115, P255, YPG535, DGX660, YDP103R, YDP143, YDP163, YDPS52, YDP181, YDPV240, CP40, CP4, Montage, CP300, CP1, CLP525, CLP535, CLP545, CLP575, CLP585, CLP565GP, CVP701, CVP705, CVP709, CVP709GP, NU1, N1, N2, N3, N3X

Kawai - ES110, ES8, MP7, MP11, CL26, KDP90, KCP90, CE220, CN27, CN37, CA67, CA97, CS4, CS8, CS11, CP1, CP2, CP3

Casio - CDP130, CDP230, PX160, PX760, PX360, PX560, PX5S, PX780, PX860, AP260, AP460, AP650, AP700, GP300, GP400, GP500

Samick - SG110, SG310, SG450, SG120, SG500, NEO

Kurzweil - CUP120, CUP220, CUP220, CUP310, CUP320, CUP2, CUP2A, KA130, KA150, KAG100, MPS10, MPS20, MP10, MP15, MP20, MP120, M110, M130, M210, M230, M1, M3W, MPG100, MPG200,

Korg - B1, B1SP, LP180, LP380-73, LP380, SP280, SV1, Havian, Kronos

Artesia - DP150e, AG30, AG50

Suzuki - CTP88, SCP88, SDP2000TS, MDG250, MDG300, MDG330, MDG400, MDG4000TS, CTR3,

Nord - Stage 2EX, Piano 3

Williams - Legato, Allegro 2, Rhapsody 2, Overture 2, Symphony

Galileo - YP200. YP300, GYP300, Aria

Some of these pianos I recommend and some of them I do not recommend. I do not work for any manufacturer and I do not link you to Amazon to get you to purchase new pianos so I can make money from your purchase. I do this because it is my passion. If you see ANY reviews that link you to Amazon, have bad grammar in the comments or reviews, call old models new models, or are reviewing non-piano product such as refrigerators, cars, tennis rackets, TV's, etc...run away from those so-called reviews as fast as you can because you cannot trust them. Also, just because a well known internet or local piano store piano/music company carries a particular brand or model, this does not necessarily mean that specific piano is good quality, or is fairly priced, or that it will fit your musical needs. Everyone out there (the piano sellers incl Amazon links) are trying to grab your business while you are trying to figure out which new or used digital out of nearly 150 of them will be your best choice??

BE CAREFUL...STAY AWAY from USED or OPEN BOX, or DEMONSTRATOR models because you cannot know for sure if they are really as described and you will be taking a BIG RISK, even if there is supposedly a warranty on it! There can be hidden or intermittent problems when buying a used piano (even a newer model) if you don't actually know the true history of that specific instrument and how it was used and who used it. If at all possible, in the long-run it is usually better to purchase a factory sealed, new digital piano at a discount price, and make sure it will fit your needs for budget, for how it looks, and for what it can do! It's your money so spend it wisely and contact me 1st!

If you want more info on new digital pianos and LOWER PRICES than internet discounts, please email me at tim@azpianowholesale.com or call direct at 602-571-1864.

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