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88 Key Digital Pianos

Digital pianos come with different numbers of keys. Depending on your needs, you can choose between 49, 54, 61, 73, 76 and 88 keys. We recommend you choose an 88-key digital piano, although beginners and younger individuals could make some progress on a model with less keys as well. In the end, to fully develop your potential in playing the piano, you will have to own an 88-key model. Browse through the reviews below to see the differences between different models, so you know what to expect before making a choice.

Roland RP102 Featured

Roland is a musical instrument manufacturer that usually produces high end musical equipment. You can’t, or better said couldn’t, find any products from Roland that were in the affordable or beginner category. Check Today’s Best Price on Amazon But about a year and a half ago, towards the end of 2017 they surprised us by […] Read more

Nord Stage 3 Review Featured

This article is the only Nord Stage 3 review that you need to read in order to have a complete picture of this stage piano by Clavia. Not as big a name as Yamaha, Clavia has managed to find itself a well deserved place among the best stage pianos with their Nord line of instruments. […] Read more

Roland FP-30 Review Featured

Welcome to our Roland FP-30 review, a digital piano part of the portable line from Roland. The FP-30 was released last year, and has gotten a lot of appreciation from people who have bought and tested it. The FP line from Roland stands for high standard portable digital pianos, which can be used successfully by […] Read more

Roland RD-2000 Review Featured

Stage pianos are the superlatives of digital pianos. They usually have all the elements that a normal digital piano has, plus a bunch of features for the professional musicians out there. This article is our Roland RD-2000 review. Roland has been one of the main players in the digital piano industry for many years. Their […] Read more

Korg B1 Review Featured

Korg is, by now, a name in the digital piano industry. Although they’re not as big as Yamaha or Casio, their products are competitive enough to be comparable to models developed by the big names. What makes them stand out is the very good quality for relatively affordable prices. Today’s Korg B1 review is our […] Read more

Casio PX-770 Review Featured

With this Casio PX-770 review, we’re attempting to analyze this successor of the well rated PX-760. Along the PX-870, the PX-770 is the new version in Casio’s line of cabinet digital pianos. In this review we’re going to take an in-depth look at this musical instrument, and see how it compares to the predecessor. Casio […] Read more

Roland FP-90 Review Featured

The time has come for our Roland FP-90 review. The FP-90 is the flagship of the FP-line of portable digital pianos that include the FP-60, FP-30 and FP-10. In this digital piano, Roland has concentrated all of their most refined technology, in order to offer a worthwhile competitor to alternatives from Kawai an Yamaha. Check […] Read more

Kawai ES8 Digital Piano

With this article, we’re attempting to offer the most well documented Kawai ES8 review that you can find. Buying a digital piano takes time, because you first need to develop a complete image about a certain model before being able to decide whether it’s right for you or not. Having to browse around a lot […] Read more

Yamaha P515

It has only been a few months since the P-115 was replaced by the next generation, the P-125, and Yamaha has already come out with the replacement for the P-255, the much awaited P-515. This new model in the P series is turning rapidly into one of the flagship models of the piano manufacturer. Besides […] Read more

Alesis Recital Pro Review Featured

If you look for the most well documented Alesis Recital Pro Review, then you’re in the right place. By the time you’re going to reach the end of this review, you’ll have a clear enough picture about this digital piano so that you can make a well informed buying decision. Check Today’s Best Price on […] Read more