Digital Pianos

  1. Yamaha Releases New DGX and Clavinova Digital Pianos During NAMM Believe in Music Week

    Yamaha CLP-725 in black

    It is safe to say that Yamaha DGX and Clavinova CLP models are some of the top-selling digital pianos in the world. During NAMM'S Believe in Music Week, Yamaha introduced fresh visions to both lines. Say hello to the new DGX-670, Clavinova CLP-725 and Clavinova CLP-775 digital pianos.

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  2. Introducing the New Clavinova CLP-700 Series

    CLP-785 in a home with family

    Following the success of the incredible CLP-600 series, Yamaha proudly introduces the next generation in digital piano excellence: the Clavinova CLP-700 series. Created for experienced pianists and beginners alike, this exquisite new series offers endless opportunities for learning, creative musical expression, and enjoyment. These new models deliver an improved level of natural playability, complete with the breathtaking sound quality Yamaha has achieved through decades of acoustic concert piano development and craftsmanship.

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  3. Roland RD-88 Stage Piano Overview

    Roland RD-88 Digital Stage Piano

    Arguably Roland's best stage piano in years, RD-88 ticks all the boxes for professional gigging musicians, offering a slim profile that strikes a great balance between playability and portability, a versatile sound engine presented through a thoughtful, streamlined physical interface and a wealth of performance- and travel-focused amenities.

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  4. A Quick Look at the Yamaha PSR-I500

    Yamaha PSR-I500 Keyboard

    With the exploding popularity of Indian culture around the world, in particular India's modern movies and filmi, Yamaha has chosen a great time to bring one of their portable keyboards for Indian music to the US market. Manufactured in India at a new Yamaha factory, PSR-I500 is the successor to PSR-I455 and brings even more best-in-class Indian Voices and factory Style content along with some great new features.

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  5. A Great Time to Learn a Musical Instrument

    ipad with piano lesson app

    These days, everyone and everything are more connected than ever, and that includes musical instruments and musicians. Many of today's digital pianos, keyboards, and electronic drum sets include some form of USB, Bluetooth, or Wi-Fi connection that enables connection to computers, tablets, and mobile phones. Some instruments even include the songs and exercises for popular lesson books built in. And even if your instrument doesn't offer one of these options, it's easier than ever to access downloadable and streaming lessons and tutorials. Here are just a handful of the great online and app-based lesson materials that are now available to help you learn music in the comfort of your own home, or wherever and whenever else it's convenient to take a moment and learn something new.

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  6. Nord Announces the Nord Grand

    Nord Grand

    For decades, Nord has been producing some of the finest stage pianos and keyboards in the world. All of their instruments are hand-built in Stockholm, Sweden and demonstrate the highest level of craftsmanship. Today, Nord's announcement of the Nord Grand adds another world-class instrument to their line.

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  7. What's an Arranger Keyboard?

    Arranger Workstation

    Arrangers are mainly identified by their automatic accompaniment styles, which are essentially "musical riffs." When coupled with the chord changes played with your left hand, they replicate the sound of a multi-piece band. Styles can vary with complexity. Some are very simple with just drum, bass, and strumming guitar patterns. Others can be more elaborate featuring multiple instruments.

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  8. Winter NAMM 2019 Show Highlights

    Winter NAMM 2019 Show Highlights

    From January 24th to January 27th, music retailers and manufacturers from around the world gathered in sunny Anaheim, California for one of our industry’s most popular events, the Winter NAMM Show. Winter NAMM 2019 was full of improved and limited edition pieces, exciting new products, pre-show launches, and some large surprises. There’s a lot of information out there to digest, so we’ve put together a little highlight reel of some of our favorites from this eventful show.

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  9. Casio Releases Slim and Stylish PX-S1000

    Rich Formidoni playing a PX-S1000

    Casio’s line of Privia Digital Pianos has been a customer favorite for a long time. In recent years, Casio has struck a beautiful balance by providing an incredible amount of value in an affordable price range. They continue to build on the success, sounds, and speakers of the units that came before. Casio now brings all of these great things and more to their newest instrument, the Casio Privia PX-S1000. You’ll quickly see that there is more than meets the eye with this model.

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  10. First Impressions: Yamaha CP73 and CP88 Stage Pianos

    Yamaha CP73

    At first glance, it's readily apparent that the CP73 and CP88 represent a departure from the previous generation of CP stage pianos. The array of knobs, switches, and buttons; color-coded voice sections; the sturdy metal construction – all of these indicate that there's clearly something new going on. A large part of that is Yamaha's decision to extract many of the most-needed controls from internal menus and place them directly on the panel for instant access.

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