Which is Right for You?
If you want to start piano lessons, or maybe you want to use an app for home learning, here's a few helpful hints on what to look for when choosing your instrument.
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Digital Piano or Keyboard?
Digital pianos are designed to emulate the sound and touch of an acoustic piano. Consider one of these if you are interested in playing piano-style music and want the keys to feel the same as a traditional instrument. Digital pianos will usually have the full range of 88 keys.
Electronic Keyboards are smaller and lighter than digital pianos. They have a piano sound included, but can also imitate guitars, saxophones, trumpets, synthesisers, and much more.
Keyboards have auto-accompaniment styles, which are drum beats and extra instruments that join in when you play. There are also lots of built-in songs, too. Even if you're a complete beginner, you can play straight away by following instructions on screen (or by watching the keys light up if your keyboard has them).