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Digital Pianos in Phx, AZ for less money
pictures of pianos and Arizona🎹 UPDATE - July 1, 2022 - DIGITAL PIANOS IN ARIZONA - 2022 REVIEWS & REPORT - LOWER PRICES HERE! If you are looking for good new digital pianos at LOWER PRICES than internet, Amazon, and local stores in Arizona including Phoenix, Glendale, Peoria, Cave Creek, Carefree, New River, Surprise, Sun City, Sun City West, Buckeye, Laveen, Ahwatukee, Goodyear, Avondale, Scottsdale, Tempe, Mesa. Gilbert, Chandler, Queen Creek, Anthem, Prescott, Flagstaff, Payson, Tucson, Maricopa County, or anywhere in-between, then shopping for a new digital piano and finding what you want for the best price can be a pretty big task. This is because there are a lot of stores selling these digital pianos and most of those piano stores only carry one brand of digital piano. So then you need to travel to other stores to see the other brands, and those stores may be far apart from each other and makes comparison more difficult. 

Want to have expert, unbiased help in your digital piano search and to also make sure you are getting the best price possible? Then contact us at Arizona Piano Wholesale...you'll be glad you did!. 

There are the big chain music stores such as Guitar Center or Sam Ash Music which generally carry the lower priced digital pianos and they have more than one brand to offer, but those stores also carry guitars, drums, pro audio, and all kinds of non digital piano products that can get in the way of your shopping experience in those stores. Beyond that, it's very rare to find any salesperson in those big chain music stores who knows anything about digital pianos, especially home digital pianos. In fact, those employees normally know so little about the piano products in their stores and most don't even play piano. You can learn more just researching reviews and videos on the internet...such as here at my AZ Piano Review Blog.

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When you consider the fact that there are about 10 digital piano brands out there with some brands being good and some not so good, and each brand has up to 20 different models in a variety of price ranges, the options can be overwhelming for the un-informed digital piano shopper and then you can get to the point of "who do you believe" when it comes to what you are being told about digital pianos and the things you may see both in local stores and on the internet? Then of course, you want to get a good discount price on the one you finally decide upon so you shop for the best price possible...at least that's what most people do. People want a good, long lasting digital piano that they can be happy with and for a competitive price. When you consider that many brands and models on-line are offered with free shipping and some sites also offer no sales tax, then buying on-line can be pretty compelling. 

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My name is Tim Praskins, and along with my son Erik, we are the foremost experts in the US, and perhaps the world when it comes to understanding digital pianos and how they compare to each other and to regular acoustic pianos and what may likely work best for you. There are many piano and music stores in Arizona such as Guitar Center, Sam Ash, AZ Piano Company, AZ Piano Gallery, Stillwell Pianos, Riverton Piano, Piano store of Scottsdale, My First Piano, Milanos, and others who sell new  acoustic and digital pianos. You can find most of the popular brands at these various stores including Yamaha, Steinway, Kawai, Baldwin, Bosendorfer, pictures of pianos and Arizona Casio, Korg, Roland, Hailun, Pearl River, Young Chang, Samick, and many more, and that's just counting the ones in Maricopa County and Greater Phoenix area. So in other words, there are a lot of stores and that can get confusing after a while Because they all say that they are the best place...what else would you expect?!

Used pianos - should you buy one?
There are also used pianos available at many of those piano stores as well as places like Craigs List which offers access to a big variety of used acoustic and digital pianos.
Knowing which one of those used pianos would be a good buy can also be confusing...and risky because you don't get a factory warranty and you may not be experienced enough to know if that used piano really works correctly or not. My son Erik and I are here to help sort all that out for you because we know what we are talking about from years of "hands-on" experience. We do not charge for our expertise or phone consultation time and you don't have to purchase or order anything from us either. We also specialize in helping seniors who live in or around retirement communities and want expert advice they can trust. 

That's who we are...people you can trust to serve your musical needs within your budget on a variety of exciting new digital pianos. *We even will have the piano delivered direct to your address at no charge along with lower pricing and no sales tax.  

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So there are many factors in deciding where to shop for a digital piano, who to trust in giving you helpful, knowledgeable, and honest information, what to look for in a digital piano, what price range would be necessary to achieve your musical goals, and what is a the best piano out there for a beginner, intermediate, or advanced piano player or student? Given the fact that there are more than 7 good digital piano brands worth considering in Arizona including Korg, Kawai, Yamaha, Roland, Casio, Dexibell, Samick, and a couple others, and that those brands have a combined selection of more than 150 models, then you know pictures of pianos and Arizona why making the choice as to where to shop for and purchase a digital piano in Arizona can be time consuming and difficult.  

There are also a number of digital piano brands out there that we do not recommend including brands like Williams, Adams, Gewa, some Suzuki digital pianos, Donner, and a few others, and some of those brands are not cheap in price either. So our advice is...always stick with the "name brands" because you need to be sure that the digital piano you purchase will not come back to "bite you" musically speaking!

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Then you try to read consumer and user reviews to help you determine what's good when shopping for a new digital piano in the greater Phoenix and Tucson areas along with the areas in Northern, Western, and Eastern Arizona and sometimes the reviews are good and sometimes the reviews are bad, and then you don't know what to believe. I have seen some good reviews from consumers on digital pianos that I know are absolutely bad or poorly made digital pianos but yet there are uneducated and inexperienced consumers out there who don't know any better and think they have a good or at least acceptable new digital piano for their family when in fact they do not and have made a mistake but don't know any different until it's too late 

piano teacher & student
People sometimes buy these pianos for their kids to take lessons on, and when those parents allow their children to practice on those poorly made digital pianos they are just doing their kids a big disservice.
This is because even though having any piano is better than nothing, some of these (bad) digital pianos get pretty close to nothing when it comes to actually replicating what a real piano is like to play. I call those bad pianos a "PSO" which means Piano Shaped Object. In other words, the instrument may look like a piano and have a nice cabinet, but that's about all that it has because its ability to play and sound like a piano bad and not recommended. Please be careful that you do not buy a "PSO!"

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pictures of pianos and ArizonaThe bottom line is this; you don't really have to spend too much money to get a good digital piano but don't spend too little either when it comes to buying an instrument that will meet your musical needs and musical goals for you and/or your family, church, school, etc. Do some shopping, do your research, and then contact me Tim Praskins or my son Erik Praskins and we will give you helpful, reliable, and accurate advice on the best digital pianos to look for in Arizona as well as the best places to shop at, and where to find the lowest prices for what you want. Of course, you can buy some of these brands and models on-line at internet stores including Amazon, but that is not necessarily the best way to do it either. 

We can help you buy a new name brand digital piano for even less money than advertised on-line at internet music stores or Amazon, no matter where you live in the continental US. This would also include free shipping and no sales tax in brand new factory sealed box with complete factory warranty. We also have a local web site that you can look at to find us (Tim & Erik Praskins) at Arizona Piano Wholesale. After serving the music community and public with expert advice for more than 40 years, we know what we're talking about, have a great reputation throughout the US and we can help you. Please contact us before buying anything from anyone...you'll be glad you did!

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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