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$2999.99
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Roland RD-2000 ranks #7 out of 75. It is in the top 10%.
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10.0
Amazing
16 expert reviews:
As a stage piano, with emphasis on piano sounds, the RD-2000 is excellent. The V-Piano and SuperNATURAL sound engines are competent emulations of an actual pian...
There are some weaknesses, though, that must be mentioned. For example the incapacity of the keys to recognize aftertouch. And there’s also a lack of sync to ex...
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$499.99
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Yamaha P71 ranks #9 out of 75. It is in the top 10%.
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9.9
Amazing
26 expert reviews:
The Yamaha P71 isn’t a perfect piano, but considering its sub-$500 price tag, it’s a great keyboard for beginners that are relatively brand new to the music sce...
The Yamaha P71 is a very good digital piano for beginners. The graded hammer standard key action is great for beginners because they learn the proper technique....
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$2399.99
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Yamaha YDP-184 ranks #10 out of 75. It is in the top 10%.
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9.7
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I’m not saying the YDP-184 costs too much – far from it. The YDP-184 offers a lot of value for the money and is a good choice for anyone who wants a digital pia...
The YDP-184 really is a fantastic offering on the market for digital pianos. Yamaha has taken some of its best top-of-the-line features from their more expensiv...
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$699
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Kawai ES110 ranks #22 out of 75. It is in the top 10%.
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9.4
Amazing
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I’m not gonna lie, the ES110 has made a great impression on me. I believe this is one of the best digital pianos you can get for under 1000$. The piano is very...
The Kawai ES110 is very impressive for its low price and in my opinion it arguably offers the most realistic piano playing experience in key action, piano sound...
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$178.14
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Casio Casiotone CT-S300 ranks #20 out of 75. It is in the top 10%.
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9.5
Amazing
3 expert reviews:
Snobby synth-heads may snicker at the Casio name, but I think this retro-flavored initiative is one way the modern-day Casio is addressing some of the inaccurat...
So with all that in mind, I would definitely recommend the Casio CTS-300 if it fits in with your needs and budget. If you would like to check current prices for...
— by pianotone.ca
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$871.39
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Casio Privia PX-770 ranks #25 out of 75. It is in the top 10%.
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9.2
Amazing
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The Casio PX-770 is an impressive compact digital piano that offers fantastic value for money. The weighted - yet not heavy - key action is perfect for beginner...
— by Music Radar
The Casio PX-770 is a really nice, quality digital piano at an affordable price. If money is a factor, you’ll probably want to consider the Casio PX-770 (appro...
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$1150
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Roland FP-10 ranks #23 out of 75. It is in the top 10%.
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9.4
Amazing
12 expert reviews:
My own preference in a digital piano is one that fills three main bread-and-butter needs: acoustic piano, tine and reed electric pianos, and a split for playing...
Adhering to the principle that simplicity is key, the FP-10 combines a superb piano sound and an excellent weighted keybed into an affordable, no-frills instrum...
— by Music Radar
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$5299
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Nord Stage 3 88 ranks #65 out of 75.
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6.9
Good
9 expert reviews:
The Nord Stage 3 is an amazing keyboard. If it sounds right to (and if your pockets are deep enough to buy one), you’ll probably love it as well.
The Nord Stage series, because we can start calling it that, is becoming slowly but surely one of the flagship series for all music professionals out there. Peo...
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$588.14
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Casio Privia PX-160 ranks #11 out of 75. It is in the top 10%.
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9.7
Amazing
23 expert reviews:
A good, beginner to intermediate level digital piano, that will serve the entry-level pianist well. Impressed by the design and the action, but not so impressed...
All in all, the Casio PX-160 is an extremely competent piano that aims to bring high class features and quality to the masses. The keyboard provides excellent q...
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$999.99
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Yamaha Arius YDP-144 ranks #12 out of 75. It is in the top 10%.
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9.6
Amazing
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The KDP110 includes fifteen built-in sounds to the Yamaha’s ten, and has two 20W speakers, which beats the YDP-144’s 8W speakers as far as fullness and loudness...
Now, after reading our Yamaha YDP-144 review, you have all the information that you need to make a good buying decision. We’ve seen how it compares to the older...
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