QUICK TIP: My call on the best digital piano 2010
As Christmas 2010 draws ever nearer, what better time to write a summary review of the best digital piano to buy in 2010.
When researching your digital piano choice there are some key considerations to factor:
1. The budget for your digital piano
2. The spec you require of your digital piano
3. Understanding your long term capabilities
So lets’ start with budget: how much are you willing to buy your digital piano for?
A quick check of the latest prices shows us the huge pricing ranges available to us in the UK.
It’s vitally important not to under spend and end up with a digital piano that’s simply not going to allow us to fulfil our long term goals in terms of where we expect our playing capabilities to be in, say, 3 years.
At the same time, we simply have to make sure we don’t end up splurging on a really high end digital piano that we ‘never grow in to’.
So let’s make an assumption at begin our search in the mid range market.
I could spend the next few pages extolling the virtues of this piano or that but I really don’t feel a need. I’m therefore going to save you a lot of time and effort and come right out and name the best mid-range digital piano your money can buy in 2010….(keyboard roll please….)
The new NP30 Contemporary Digital Piano represents an entirely new class of Yamaha digital pianos. Designed to offer quality, value and portability with a lighter touch, the NP30 includes 76 Graded ‘Soft’ Touch piano-style keys and stereo-sampled piano voices. Additional features include 10 quality voices like Pianos, Organs, and Strings plus 32 notes of polyphony and ten recordings of standard piano repertoire.
Now come on, it’s a Yamaha digital piano and it’s less than £250.
You can’t miss.
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