Highest Rated Piano Keyboards

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    3Roland E0955555Read Reviews
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  • Casio PX-150 Review
    Casio PX-150 Review
    Overall Rating55555

    The Casio PX-150 is a flexible digital instrument featuring 88 weighted keys and impressive sound recreation. Its sound comes from an Acoustic & Intelligent Resonator sound engine that produces an acoustic sound that is true to the real thing. The PX-150 is a part of Casio’s renovated Privia line, and it features many more options to enhance the user’s playing experience. It responds with tri-sensor scaled hammer action and features three levels of touch sensitivity.

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  • Yamaha NP-V80 Review
    Yamaha NP-V80 Review
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    The Yamaha NP-V80 is the high-end model in Yamaha’s budget line of Piaggero electronic pianos. These keyboards have good sound reproduction for the price, and the NP-V80 has a 76-key keyboard. Yamaha offers this line of instruments for musicians on a budget who want good sound quality and don’t really care about realistic weighted key action. The action of the NP-V80 is what Yamaha calls Graded Soft Touch, which is a semi-weighted action that feels much better than cheaper keyboards but isn’t very much like an acoustic piano.

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  • Casio PX-350 Review
    Casio PX-350 Review
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    The Casio PX-350 is part of Casio’s Privia line of digital pianos. This digital piano offers a keyboard made up of 88 hammer action keys that feature three sensitivity levels. The digital piano is sold with a music stand, a score book, and an SP-3 pedal, and it comes with a long line of special sounds and features. It also builds upon Casio’s Privia tradition of creating an uncannily accurate grand piano sound on a digital piano.

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  • Yamaha P-105 Review
    Yamaha P-105 Review
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    The Yamaha P-105 is an 88-tone piano that provides a feel and response similar to an acoustic instrument. Its sound mechanism derives from Yamaha’s celebrated Pure CF sampling technique. The sample used with this method comes from the famous Yamaha CFIIIS acoustic grand piano. The P-105 features four levels of touch for realistic acoustic sensitivity, and its graded hammer action provides a feel very similar to an acoustic. For expansive tonal expression

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  • Casio PX-5S Review
    Casio PX-5S Review
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    The Casio PX-5S is a truly portable, 88-key electronic keyboard that weighs in at under 25 pounds. Casio has kept the PX-5S affordable and light by cutting back on a few features, but the playability, sounds, and programability are still impressive. Anyone looking for keyboard with solid fundamentals, yet still easy to move around, the PX-5S is definitely worth a look. This is one of those instruments suitable for beginners and professionals alike.

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  • Yamaha CP33 Review
    Yamaha CP33 Review
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    Yamaha’s CP-33 is a stage piano created for musicians who want something more portable and versatile than an acoustic piano to play on stage for live performances. Unlike many digital pianos, this stage piano isn’t attached to a stand, which makes it easy for performers to transport it to gigs and rehearsals. Its triple-layer grand piano sound samples are high-quality and clear, making it a great alternative to a traditional grand piano when using a full-size or baby grand just isn’t practical.

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  • Kurzweil SP5-8 Review
    Kurzweil SP5-8 Review
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    The Kurzweil SP5-8 is engineered and touted as a high end work station and a high performance stage piano. It offers a sumptuous sound pallet that Kurzweil is known for as well as many advances in performance and functionality. The entire unit measures 4.7 x 13.8 x 54.8 inches and weighs in at a hefty 46 pounds. It is all black, except for the white keys of course. It has five faders next to the master gain, a small 2 x 20 character LCD display, and rotary dial for quick page through. To the left of the key board is the standard pitch wheel and modulation wheel.

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  • Yamaha YDP-181 Review
    Yamaha YDP-181 Review
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    In a close resemblance of a traditional acoustic piano, the new Arius provides a realistic key touch experience on the higher and lower notes. The graded hammer keyboard requires a heavier touch on the lower notes and a lighter touch on the higher notes, providing a uniform keyboard experience regardless of whether you are using this piano for practice or performance.

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  • Roland VR-09 Review
    Roland VR-09 Review
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    Roland’s keyboards, digital pianos, synthesizers and other instruments with virtual sounds have earned a reputation for excellent sound quality, durability and ease of use among musicians over the years. The VR-09 is not an exception, and it delivers the high standard of quality users have come to expect from the Roland name. This machine was designed with the professional and performing musician in mind, and it delivers realistic sound and instantaneous control.

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  • Yamaha DGX-650 Review
    Yamaha DGX-650 Review
    Overall Rating55555

    he Yamaha DGX-650 has 88 keys and is sampled from a Yamaha CFFIIIS concert grand piano. Within this price range, it is one of the most realistic sounding keyboards. The action and sound quality are up to any task. While it’s marketed as a portable, digital, grand piano, it’s quite heavy. It doesn’t require a lot of space, but you might not want to move it frequently. The DGX-650 utilizes Yamaha’s famous Pure CF Sound Technology.

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  • Casio PX-750 Review
    Casio PX-750 Review
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    The Casio PX-750 is a digital piano with touch-sensitive keys and the ability to connect to a computer via USB. It’s a mid-range model in Casio’s Privia lineup of digital pianos. The PX-750 features 88 keys at full size, so people searching for something similar to the size and feel of an acoustic grand piano will find the PX-750 meets their desires. Models are available in black, white and brown with oak styling.

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  • Yamaha YPD-S51 Review
    Yamaha YPD-S51 Review
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    Yamaha has been in the piano business for over a century, and while they’ve grown to become a hugely diverse corporation in the years since, the exceptionally high quality of their musical instruments is well known in the music world. The Yamaha Arius YPS-S51 is no exception, and it’s widely considered to be the best new release in the Arius line. The YPD-S51 is the very first slim-line piano in the Arius line to utilize Yamaha’s Graded Hammer (GH) key action.

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  • Roland RD-300NX Review
    Roland RD-300NX Review
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    Roland’s 88-key RD-300NX digital stage piano brings the capabilities of the Roland RD-700NX and its popular ‘SuperNatural’ engine to a broader range of serious musicians. Designed to offer professional sound and feel in a stage-friendly package at a musician-friendly price, the RD-300NX lightens the load-out without sacrificing an ounce of musical integrity.

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  • Yamaha P-255 Review
    Yamaha P-255 Review
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    There is no mystery when it comes to recognizing the most important characteristics in a digital piano. The keyboard must feel solid, and there should be no reservations when it comes to a realistic sound that is indistinguishable from the real thing. In this respect, being at your creative best for both practice and performance is easily achieved with the P-255 from Yamaha. There are a number of great features on-board this model, allowing players to feel confident in almost any space.

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  • Casio PX-850 Review
    Casio PX-850 Review
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    The Casio Privia PX-850 electric piano is the most advanced and acoustically realistic digital piano in Casio’s Privia line. It’s also arguably the best electric piano in its price range, including three times the memory as other electric pianos, enabling it to produce all the subtle tonal decay and nuanced echo of an acoustic piano. At around $1,000, it costs several times less than an acoustic piano of its quality, and it gives you many more features than an acoustic piano can offer.

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  • Yamaha NP-11 Review
    Yamaha NP-11 Review
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    Yamaha’s NP-11 is its entry-level model in its Piaggero series of portable digital piano keyboards. They’ve alternately been called both portable keyboards and digital pianos, although most users felt that for the price, sound quality, size and portability, the NP-11 seemed more like a keyboard and less like a digital piano. The NP-11 features 61 keys and several tone styles in addition to its piano sounds, including strings and guitar.

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  • Roland RD-64 Review
    Roland RD-64 Review
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    The Roland RD-64 is one of Roland’s latest electric stage pianos that features weighted-action keys, MIDI output, realistic acoustic and electric piano sounds, convincing draw-bar organ sounds and several built-in reverb settings. As its name suggests, it has eight octaves of keys (64), beginning with low A and ending with high C. Its keys have a textured ivory feel that Roland calls Ivory Feel G

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  • Yamaha YPG-535 Review
    Yamaha YPG-535 Review
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    Yamaha offers a variety of keyboards, digital pianos and workstations at a number of different price points. The YPG-535 is a digital piano featuring a full 88 key layout with what they term graded or soft touch action, which they claim feels similar, though not quite the same, as playing with weighted keys. The YPG-535 offers recording capability with a relatively easy-to-navigate interface

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  • Kurzweil SP4-7 Review
    Kurzweil SP4-7 Review
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    Kurzweil is well known for producing professional-level keyboards with stellar sound quality, and as the successor to their bestselling SP76, the SP4-7 76-Key Stage Piano has a lot to live up to. Fortunately, it delivers. It packs superior sound pallet and customizable effects into a lightweight, compact instrument that’s perfect for any gigging musician. At 3.4” high, 11.4” deep, and 43.6” wide, the SP4-7 is an elegantly slender stage piano

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  • Yamaha P-35 Review
    Yamaha P-35 Review
    Overall Rating55555

    The Yamaha P35 has many features in a truly portable package. It is Yamaha’s first digital piano in its P-series line that offers intermediate to professional level performance in a moderate price range. It is portable, powerful and has many usable options without breaking the bank. Designed for flexibility and usability the P35 is very versatile. It measures approximately 52 x 11 x 6 inches with a full 88 keys.

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  • Casio AP-250 Review
    Casio AP-250 Review
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    Acoustic pianos are the most expensive musical instruments in the world outside of pipe organs. Even the cheapest acoustic pianos cost around $4000. A high-quality digital piano will cost a quarter-to-half as much. An example is the Casio AP250. With a listed price of $1,399, this digital piano provides a variety of features to make it an excellent substitute for an acoustic piano at home.

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  • Yamaha YDP-142 Review
    Yamaha YDP-142 Review
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    Yamaha has been building pianos for over a century, and the Yamaha Arius YPD-142 continues their tradition of building high-quality instruments. Its built-in 12-watt sound system can fill a room with sound, its dual headphone jacks are perfect for late-night practice sessions, and its wood-finish cabinet and classic design give it a truly professional look. Yamaha knows exactly how a piano should feel, and that’s demonstrated beautifully in the YPD-142.

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  • Roland FP-50 Review
    Roland FP-50 Review
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    Players who consider digital keyboards to be all about the on-board features will sincerely fall in love with the FP80 from Roland. It was released by Roland to represent the very best keyboard technology that they have to offer. The models that preceded it were vastly popular but have been discontinued by the company. The first and most noticeable change to this keyboard is its ability to perform in a variety of spaces under a variety of conditions.

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  • Yamaha NP-31 Review
    Yamaha NP-31 Review
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    Yamaha makes everything from acoustic pianos, upright and grand, to lightweight, portable digital keyboards. The Yamaha NP-31 is in the latter category, finding a nice balance between quality and convenience. The feel of a piano keyboard, digital or acoustic, is always an important factor to consider. The NP-31 is equipped with a “graded soft touch” keyboard, which is designed to simulate the feel of a real-life piano, with all of its hammers and strings.

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  • Roland RD-700NX Review
    Roland RD-700NX Review
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    The perfect Gigging Pianist Instrument Its no secret that the ‘RD’ range of stage pianos are highly thought of by gigging pianists, designed for on the move playing, infamously robust but  incorporating the newest cutting edge technology at present. The RD700NX is no exception and even blows away previous models by giving you just about…

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