The 3 Best Pianos for Beginners

If you have decided to learn to play the piano and are looking for an instrument, look no further. We have chosen one keyboard, one digital piano, and one acoustic piano that are great for beginners. The instruments cover a range of budgets and all three are available on our flexible, affordable rent to buy plans. So read on to find your perfect piano.

The Keyboard

The Yamaha PSR-E263 Portable Keyboard is the instrument from this collection that is probably the best choice for young players just starting out. The smallest of our collection, it offers an industry standard keyboard great for use at home and in the classroom. 

A breakdown of the Yamaha PSR-E263

Keys: The Yamaha PSR-E263 features 61 piano style, full size keys that cover 5 octaves. The keys are not touch sensitive. 

Features: This keyboard has a range of features including; a recording facility, 400 realistic sounding instrument voices, 130 rhythm styles, 112 built in songs, 3-steps 'Key To Success' tuition system, and more!

Price: The Yamaha PSR-E263 Portable Keyboard is available on our affordable monthly rent to buy plans. Click here to find out more.

The Digital Piano

The Casio Privia PX-160 Digital Piano is the instrument from this collection that is great for those that want the feel of an acoustic piano with the features of a digital piano.

A breakdown of the Casio Privia PX-160

Keys: The Casio Privia PX-160 features an 88 note tri-sensor, hammer action keyboard with simulated ebony and ivory keys. The keys have 3 levels of touch sensitivity. 

Features: This digital piano has a range of features including; 18 high quality instrument voices, a lesson feature using 60 Music Library songs, 128 note polyphony, USB port, and more! 

Price: The Casio Privia PX-160 Digital Piano is available on our monthly rent to buy plans. Click here to find out more.

The Acoustic Piano

The Yamaha B1 Upright Piano is the instrument from this collection for those that want to learn to play the piano on a traditional acoustic piano. 

A breakdown of the Yamaha B1

Keys: The Yamaha B1 features a full size 88 note keyboard with light responsive action.

Features: This upright piano is the smallest model in the Yamaha range of acoustic pianos making it a great choice for those that want an acoustic piano but have limited space. It features a weighted, responsive keyboard and produces a sweet, clear tone. It is also available as a Silent model.

Price: The Yamaha B1 Upright Piano is available on our monthly rent to buy plans. Click here to find out more.

Check out the Duet Shop to see our whole collection of pianos and keyboards and if you need any help just send us a message or comment below!

 

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