Nov 23, 2015

2016 DIGITAL PIANO BUYERS GUIDE - REVIEWS OF ALL POPULAR BRANDS - Yamaha, Roland, Casio, Kawai, Kurzweil, Williams, Samick, Suzuki, Korg, & More!

UPDATED - June 18, 2016 - Digital Piano Buyers Guide - The most thorough digital piano reviews on the internet for all major brands of digital pianos from $200 to $20,000!  I am a digital piano & keyboard specialist & adviser to top musicians, music teachers, studios, and churches throughout the country. I am also a longtime musician, composer, & well known piano keyboard, organ, and guitar teacher, and I continue to work with kids and adults in various music education programs as I have for over 40 years. I have taught thousands of music students in group and private lessons on pianos and keyboards of all types and I know how difficult it can be to figure out which digital piano is right for you.  It can be confusing out there and the digital piano "landscape" is constantly changing. There are many pianos that are very good and some that, quite honestly, are not good and I wouldn't recommend them to anyone and not afraid to say so. But how does the average consumer disseminate and figure out which new piano to buy or whether a used digital could be an acceptable option?

The answer is simply...ask ME, Tim Praskins. I am a digital piano expert, and a consumer myself, and I know these pianos inside and out. I have owned and played literally hundreds of digital pianos through the years and understand the technology and the piano fundamentals of these instruments. I get emails all over the world from people just like you who are looking for a digital piano that will meet their own or their family's needs and they also want some good help and advice on whether the prices they're getting from music stores are really good deals or not. I am a pro when it comes to understanding the "ins and outs" of digital pianos, how they work, what they sound & play like, and whether they are good for what you want and need.

Do yourself a favor and please contact me no matter where you may live, and I will be happy to respond by email, or also by telephone if you are in the continental US. Please go ahead and call me directly at 602-571-1864 and I will be happy to give you specific advice only if you live in the continental US. I do this because music is my passion and my mission. I want to see other peoples lives improved and enriched like mine has by playing a musical instrument...especially the PIANO, although playing any musical instrument is a wonderful thing to do!

I will caution you however that just because a musician and/or piano teacher is good at playing a piano or keyboard of some sort (especially a grand piano), it does not automatically qualify them to understand and review digital pianos. As an example, I have seen more than a few piano teachers and "musicians" who play well think they can evaluate digital pianos for their students and others. I can tell you that unfortunately, many of them really don't know what they are talking about when it comes to digital pianos because they simply do not have the experience with most of the new ones out there. In reality, good digital pianos can be great (and even better) alternatives to an acoustic piano in giving musical satisfaction to the piano player whether they are beginner or advanced. After 40 years of playing thousands of digital pianos and keyboards (I started when I was very young), working deep within the music industry with all kind of musicians, and playing some of the best acoustic grand pianos in the world including Steinway, Yamaha, Kawai, Bosendorfer, Schimmel, and others, I can tell you what will work and what will not work for you as far as digital pianos go because I am an expert on these things. I do not "sugarcoat" my reviews because a piano store or manufacturer is paying me to be nice to them or I have a store full of pianos I have to sell so I can pay the bills. Also some of the information and reviews of digital pianos on the internet are old and outdated or done by the piano/music dealers themselves, so the information can be very skewed or irrelevant.

I offer a complete BUYERS GUIDE of REVIEWS on many of the new digital pianos today by simply searching my reviews here in this blog with the "search reviews" navigation button above and searching the brand & model number you want to know about. Have fun and do your homework and then contact me before you purchase anything, anywhere.. By the way, if you don't see something on this piano blog that you would like to know about, also contact me as I will probably have helpful advice on that model too.


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

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