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Acoustic vs. Digital Piano: Which One is Right for Me?
Congratulations, you’ve decided to buy a piano! Whether you’re looking at getting a digital or acoustic instrument, the quantity, quality, affordability and diversity of pianos available today is greater than at any other point in the entire history of music. This guide is intended to help make navigating that decision a lot easier, ending up with a piano that suits your needs and that you can fully enjoy for many years!
Acoustic Piano Buyer’s Guide
Buying an acoustic piano can feel like an overwhelming process, but it doesn’t need to be! Whether you have a fair bit of experience with pianos or are a total beginner, you’re looking to make the right musical choice for you. I’ve designed this guide to be an informational jumping-off point in your search for a piano — everything covered here are among the most common questions, concerns, and considerations I’ve heard from first time piano buyers.
Digital Pianos 101: Everything You Need to Know as a First-Time Buyer
Buying a piano can be overwhelming. And sometimes it’s not much easier for digitals. There are a few different kinds of digital pianos, each with different features, sounds, designs, etc. And if you don’t know what to look for, it might be hard to buy one you’ll enjoy playing! So I wrote this guide to help you understand what you should be looking for when buying a digital piano. I’ll start from what makes a piano a digital piano, the different kinds there are, the main features they have, and I’ll even say a couple things about the buying process.
100+ Best Websites, Apps, and Games for Learning Music
Seemingly every day, dedicated musicians are leveraging technology to create amazing new tools for students of all levels. We put together this e-book to inspire you to try new ideas, hone your skills, make new music and have fun while doing it.
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