The digital piano is an electronic instrument that is becoming more and more popular with each passing year, and for good reason. It is the perfect instrument for complete beginners as well as those looking to get back into the groove of playing again. Below are just a few of the benefits of learning on the electronic piano.
Usually more affordable than acoustic pianos
Digital pianos are usually more affordable than high quality acoustic pianos and are great for those who are discovering or rediscovering how to play the piano as well as what they do and do not like. The low price also makes it easy for beginners to start with one electronic piano and then move on to larger electronic pianos.
Variety of tones and instruments
Most electronic pianos can play a variety of different pianos (sizes, tones, etc.), organs, harpsichords, strings, etc. Some electronic pianos (primarily Kawai’s CA and Novus series) have a “virtual technician” setting that allows you to adjust the tone and response of the electronic piano to your preference.
Smart and Compact Design
Many modern electronic pianos have sleek, compact designs (some are even lightweight), making them ideal for apartments and small homes, moving them from the living room to the bedroom, or taking them with you when you move.
Players Can Use Headphones
This is one feature that your family and neighbors will really appreciate. Yes, with a digital piano, you can plug in your favorite headphones and practice day or night without worry. This feature is also great for beginners because it reduces distracting background noise while trying to learn and practice. Most electronic pianos have two headphone jacks.
Modern electronic pianos have a recording function, which allows you to record and listen back to your practice sessions to identify any problems you may have missed while playing. This can also be useful for feedback from your piano teacher or advice from friends and family
BENEFITS OF DIGITAL PIANOS YOU SHOULD CONSIDER
- Jul 20, 2022