How to Choose a Keyboard (Digital Piano)

Here is a video blog I made since I get a lot of questions about keyboards. ¬†Once you know the difference between the features of home and professional keyboards you’ll have a better idea of what will fit your needs.

-Wade

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2 Comments on “How to Choose a Keyboard (Digital Piano)”

  1. Hey Wade! I will be purchasing a synth keyboard to play some background, or under tones in church as a supplement to the lead keyboard. I was wondering if you could give me a couple of recommendations for a decent synth that isn’t to expensive…not top of the line, but not a tonka toy. It would have to be a synth that can be played without having to be connected to a computer. I’m pretty clueless but am trying to educate myself on using sounds/systems/pads etc. Any recommendations appreciated!
    God Bless!

  2. Hi! If you are doing synth stuff you can get a keyboard with less piano keys…even 61 keys or less will work. I’ve never played what I’m going to list but I think it will work out (but you’d probably still want to go to a music store to test it out). Yamaha MX49 49 Key Music Synthesizer/Controller. Be careful…if you go too cheap you’ll be sorry. To be happy I think you’ll have to stay around the $350+ range. Casio XW-P1 Performance Synthesizer.

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