Digital Piano

Digital pianos are one of the most popular instruments found in modern homes nowadays, giving the effect and style of a real piano without needing to tune it repeatedly. Electric pianos are far lighter than standard pianos making them much easier to move around without compromising the authentic piano sound. Natural feeling keys make for expressive and dynamic performances and as with any electric keyboard piano, there are hundreds of different sounds built in to experiment with.

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  1. Digital Piano with 88-keys with Furniture Stand - MAX KB6W
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    £289.00
    Digital Piano with 88-keys with Furniture Stand - MAX KB6W
    • 88 keys for a wide tonal range
    • Included sustain pedal for more dynamic playing
    • Built-in high-quality speakers with a line input
    • Wooden cabinet for a professional-looking finish
    • USB MIDI connection for use in a studio setting
    £289.00
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  2. Electronic Keyboard - Max KB6 Digital Piano with 88 Weighted Keys
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    £239.00
    Electronic Keyboard - Max KB6 Digital Piano with 88 Weighted Keys
    • 88 weighted velocity-sensitive keys
    • Included sustain pedal and stand for sheet music
    • An integrated digital speaker system
    • MP3 player with USB input and recording function
    • 16 demonstration songs
    £239.00
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  3. MAX KB6 Electric Keyboard - 88 Keys & Keynote Stickers
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    £239.00
    MAX KB6 Electric Keyboard - 88 Keys & Keynote Stickers
    • 88-Key Keyboard Digital Piano
    • Including keynote stickers
    • Full size with semi-weighted keys
    • High quality digital speaker system
    • Great for beginners and pro use
    £239.00
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A digital piano can alter the entire atmosphere of your home, while also being an amazing tool for learning about music theory. While our selection is rather limited at this stage we are confident the electric pianos we do stock will fit right into your home design and expand your musical knowledge. Ideal for both beginners and experts alike but if you are just starting out with piano there are thousands of free videos online which will help get you started.

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Our electric keyboard pianos are assembled with ease and have a lot of functionality including a tutorial function for beginners. They have headphone inputs so you can practise and improve your piano skills at any hour of the day without noise disturbances. Use the included metronome function to play along to built-in demo songs and rhythms in time, improving and enhancing your playing abilities the more you practise.

Electric pianos have come very far in the last two decades and there was a time they were very expensive. The novelty of having one in the home was fresh and the technology included was relatively new too, nowadays tech like this has caught up to the general public. Naturally, this makes items such as this a lot more affordable and accessible to many more people around the country.

The pianos are also portable and can either be powered by plugging into the mains or via batteries, simply detach and store away the wooden legs for next time. The pianos have built-in speakers which are how the keys played are heard, this doesn’t stop you from connecting the piano to a bigger sound system for louder performances. Pianos are sought after by many every day, but there’s no need to spend a huge amount of money on one when great quality is more affordable than ever.

You can play the electric keyboard piano anywhere but in the event of a gig, set up the pianos in the exact same way you would set up a live keyboard. Select one of the many musical voicings and sounds built into the piano and play tracks with a band of others. Plug-in pianos will never go out of tune either so you’ll always sound great when playing alongside other musicians that are in the concert pitch.


Frequently Asked...

What does a digital piano do?

A digital piano is a mix between an electric keyboard and a traditional piano. It produces an authentic piano sound, but is more affordable and lighter, making it easier to move. It does not need to be tuned and can be powered by batteries or the mains. It is usually the same length as a piano with 88 keys, and provides hundreds of sounds to experiment with.


Which is the best digital piano?

There are many brands of digital piano on the market. We stock the high-quality Max Music brand which is perfect for beginners and experts. Our pianos are easy to assemble and include many useful functions, including; weighted keys, sustain pedal, 140 different sounds, headphone input for silent practice, and a metronome function to play along to demo songs.


Is it worth buying a digital piano?

Yes, digital pianos are a good choice for both beginner and advanced players. They produce an authentic piano sound and have many advantages over a traditional piano. Digital pianos are more affordable, have a portable design, and include useful functions, such as a headphone input, and hundreds of sounds. They never need tuning and include weighted keys for a realistic piano touch.


Is digital piano good for beginners?

Yes, digital pianos are perfect for beginners and they are far less costly than an acoustic piano. They produce a realistic piano sound and have weighted keys for an authentic playing experience. They also include useful features for a beginner, such as a headphone input for silent practice, and a metronome function that enables you to play along to demo songs.


How much does a digital piano cost?

Digital pianos used to be considerably expensive, however they are now much more affordable. They vary in price depending on brand and features, but are far cheaper than a traditional piano. Our selection of high-quality Max digital pianos begin at £229 and include many useful features, such as; weighted keys, headphone input, 140 sounds, and metronome control.


Do digital pianos go out of tune?

A digital piano will never go out of tune, ensuring you always have a great sound. It uses built-in pre-recorded sounds and does not contain strings, so it is maintenance free. A traditional piano in comparison will need to be tuned on a regular basis.


Can I learn piano on a digital piano?

Yes, you can absolutely learn piano on a digital piano. A digital piano produces an authentic piano sound, and includes weighted keys for a realistic feel. Your finger movements and the key arrangement are the same. Therefore, songs learnt on a digital piano could be played on a traditional piano. They are also more affordable and portable than an acoustic piano.


How long do digital pianos last?

Our digital pianos have a durable design and are built to last. If well looked after you can expect your digital piano to last for a minimum of 20 years, and probably more. Careful cleaning and a dust cover will help to prolong the life of your digital piano.