Interesting facts about choosing your keyboard piano

You’ve
decided to buy a digital piano to learn because: your budget is tight, you want
to first make sure your real motivation to learn the piano before
investing more, you need more space you are afraid to annoy your
neighbors practice your favorite instrument.
You are right, the digital piano is a very interesting alternative to the acoustic piano. But among all those that are on offer which to choose, which one you need and that suit you best?
Here is a list of shopping tips and comparative review of the best pianos in 2015.
Advantages
of the digital piano has 88 keys it like acoustic piano and a heavy
touch (that is to say, it responds to pressure more or less strong that
is exerted on the piano keys) He is less bulky than a traditional upright piano essentially deep, lighter and requires no maintenance. You can adjust the sound and even the most sound palette to change the
feel of playing another instrument (guitar, organ, harpsichord and
others …)
Disadvantages
digital piano He has a limited life time, 10-20 years against maximum
50 to 70 years for a traditional piano You will not have exactly the
same auditory sensations and the same rich sound on a real piano with strings stretched over a soundboard. This is not a living instrument that vibrates, but uses pre-recorded sounds! Touching on digital pianos, even if it evolves with technology, is not always satisfactory quality.
What are the essential qualities to look for in a digital piano?
Above
all, it makes us forget that it is an electric piano composed of
electronic materials mainly from the petrochemical industry.

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