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Acoustic VS Digital Pianos

Acoustic VS Digital Pianos Both traditional acoustic and digital pianos have their advantages. Acoustic pianos are great for performers, serious students, and appreciators of classical music. Digital pianos appeal to those interested in affordability, functionality, and portability. How Do Acoustic Pianos Work? Pressing the piano key causes a rebounding hammer to strike metal strings. The

By |January 16th, 2018|Categories: Acoustic Piano, Digital Piano, News|0 Comments

Buying A Piano

Why Should I Buy A Pre-Owned Piano? There is incredible value in many pre-owned pianos. During the late 19th and 20th centuries, American built pianos were crafted using the finest woods, no longer available today and by craftsmen who immigrated from Europe who knew how to build only the finest instruments. A rebuilt vintage piano

By |January 11th, 2018|Categories: Digital Piano, News, Reviews|0 Comments

Piano Online Learning Weekly Update

Piano Online Learning Weekly Update I have decided to create a weekly update as a way to keep some structure in my posting frequency. If I feel like doing so, I will post more throughout the week of course. I still need to experiment with what day works best especially when considering time-zones, but I'll

By |December 16th, 2017|Categories: Piano Lessons|0 Comments

Best Digital Piano 2017

Best Digital Piano 2017 When you’re trying to choose the best digital piano, with all the different choices available. It really just comes down to a matter of personal preference and what’s most important to you. Digital piano technology has progressed remarkably over the last several years. In order to offer a wide selection in

By |December 10th, 2017|Categories: Digital Piano|0 Comments

Buying A Digital Piano

Buying A Digital Piano Digital Pianos are electronic pianos which produce sound using state-of-the-art digital technology. Similar to producing Compact Discs. A Digital Piano plays and sounds like an acoustic (wooden) piano. It has the same responsive, weighted, regulation-size keys that the "touch" of an acoustic piano has. For this reason, a digital piano can

By |December 5th, 2017|Categories: Digital Piano|0 Comments