Digital keyboards are extremely popular amongst pianists that don’t want a traditional piano. Sure, an acoustic piano is great, but you have to tune them, and they don’t have any additional features.
I think you’ll agree that a digital piano is a fantastic option, but there’s one key question:
How do I know if I’m buying the best digital keyboard out there?
This is why I decided to create a guide to the best digital keyboards and pianos on the market right now. After days of research and hours of testing each product, I’ve managed to cut my list down to just five products.
Top 5 Best Weighted Keyboards Reviews In 2018
Take a look at each product down below and keep scrolling for more detailed reviews.
|Alesis Recital 88-Key Beginner Digital Piano with Full-Size Semi-Weighted Keys and Power Supply||624 Reviews||from $409.99||Buy on Amazon|
|Korg B1SP 88 Weighted Key Digital Piano with Stand Three Pedal Board and Knox Bench||82 Reviews||$599.99||Buy on Amazon|
|Casio PX-860 Privia Digital Home Piano, Brown with Power Supply||55 Reviews||$999.99||Buy on Amazon|
|Roland Compact 88-key Digital Piano with Built-In Speaker, white (F-140R-WH)||10 Reviews||$1,249.99 from $1,199.99||Buy on Amazon|
|Yamaha Arius YDP-181 Traditional Console Style Digital Piano with Bench, Rosewood||207 Reviews||$1,699.99||Buy on Amazon|
Last update on 2019-02-21 PST - Details
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Buyer’s Guide best digital keyboards
We’ll finish this review of the 5 best digital keyboards with a little buyer’s guide.
If you want a very cheap and basic digital keyboard for beginners, then the Alesis Recital is the product for you.
If you want the most advanced and complete digital piano out there, then I suggest the Yamaha Arius YDP-181, but be prepared to spend big.
If you want a compact digital keyboard that's quite expensive and well-balanced, then the Roland F-140R is your best option.
Finally, if you want the best overall value digital piano, then I suggest the Casio PX-860 Privia.
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