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Good, inexpensive electronic piano for my daughter

Blueshound

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What would you guys suggest for a good, inexpensive, electronic piano for a beginner? Doesn't need a ton of sounds or bells and whistles. Need weighted keys and a good natural paino sound. What's out there?

Thanks in advance.

Lee
 

Trandy

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Casio Privia series....I think it's a model 120...88 keys...weighted action...velocity sensitive...around $499.00....good piano...reliable too.
 

nnick

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Casio Privia series....I think it's a model 120...88 keys...weighted action...velocity sensitive...around $499.00....good piano...reliable too.
My wife just started taking piano lessons last month. We got her a PX-120. The best value for an entry-level weighted 88-key electric piano.
 

GuiltySpark

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If you want velocity sensitive, but don't need weighted keys, that drops the price almost in 1/2. Check out the lineup from Yamaha. Great practice and intro keys, with good tone.
 

Blueshound

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Thanks for the suggestions. I had been looking at the PX-120 thinking it seemed like a good value, but knowing nothing about electronic pianos, I thought I should tap the collective experience here.

Thanks for the help.

Lee
 
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Yamaha was once the undisputed king of affordable digital pianos, but Casio really caught up with their Privia line. If I thought Yamaha had a digital piano in the same price range that was better in action and sound than the PX-320, I would have gotten the Yamaha..
 




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