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#701841 - 10/30/07 11:05 AM The cheapest but still OK dgital piano  
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hi.

Im learning to play piano, but I only have one little keyboard.

I was informed that I need a 88 weighted keys piano, but my problem is I have little money.

So, which digital piano is the cheapest, but has 88 weighted keys and is appropriate for serious learning?

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#701842 - 10/30/07 11:15 AM Re: The cheapest but still OK dgital piano  
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Casio Privia PX110.

You can get them brand new for less than $400.

If you want to go cheaper, you have to go used.

#701843 - 11/01/07 08:56 AM Re: The cheapest but still OK dgital piano  
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Hi,
I'm in a similar position as you are I guess. I have almost decided on purchasing Casio CDP-100. It's supposed to have the same keyboard action as px-110. Except on px-110 it seems to have somewhat better insulation. CDP-100 is a bit noisier. The sound is also not as good as px-110 but it's considerably cheaper too.

#701844 - 11/01/07 01:16 PM Re: The cheapest but still OK dgital piano  
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Near The Hague, The Netherland...
Hi,

A couple of days ago I bought an Yamaha P70. It's in the same price range (Here in The Netherlands) as the Casio-PX110.

I've chosen the Yamaha above the Casio because the sound is in my opinion warmer. Also the touch of the keyboard is more realistic.

After all it is a real personal choise, it is really something what YOU want...

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#701845 - 11/02/07 08:18 AM Re: The cheapest but still OK dgital piano  
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I have the PX-110 and I really like it. I've had it for a little over a year now. Bought it when I decided to teach myself to play. It's a nice DP. Very nice touch, ok sound. Go to the store and play around with them.

#701846 - 11/05/07 11:05 PM Re: The cheapest but still OK dgital piano  
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Casio makes 'em cheap. Best bang for the buck, imo, and a good place to start. You can grow into it and not think about upgrading till you're quite accomplished.

Craig


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