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The piano market has been flooded with new digital piano brands over the last 2-3 years.
They're popping up everywhere!
Most are not very good, some outright appalling, and some surprisingly good.
Here is a list of the best (in order of the best first):
- Yamaha (Great range and most popular by far)
- Roland (Expensive, nice designs, good sound)
- Kawai (Very nice sound, OK touch 'ish, not as cheap as they should be)
- Kurzweil (Only buy the top end models. Superb action and warm, rounded sound)
- Classenti (Only available online. One of the best new brands I've seen - excellent value)
- Ketron (Very nice digital pianos. Shame they are way beyond the budget of most of us)
- Casio (Cheap, good value. Sound and touch could be improved on a lot)
- Winchester (Made in Korea by Dynatone. Great sound and touch, beautiful looking cabinet. Over priced though
- Gem (Mr average must improve if they are to challenge not only the big brands, but the up and coming ones too)
- Korg (Terrible quality, really! too expensive. Nothing nice to say about them now)
Ooh it's good to be honest! Hope I don't get in too much trouble!
Now to the nitty gritty!
Here is a list of the worst (in order of the worst first):
- Chace (very cheap - not surprised why)
- Suzuki (Oh dear, is all I have to say about Suzuki digital pianos)
Pianos due to be reviewed: Thomann, Hemingway, gear4music, diginova, digiano... watch out!
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