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Graham Howard ukpianos.co.uk editor
"The most important thing you need from a digital piano when you're learning is a realistic touch.
A good piano sound and minimum of 4 dynamic levels (p, mp, mf and f) are also important.
Things like dimensions, weight, colour and 'bells and whistles' shouldn't really be the deciding
factor in your purchase",
Graham Howard, Piano Advisor.

If you need advice on digital pianos you can either send an email to grahamhoward@ukpianos.co.uk or call 020 8367 2080.

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Chase Digital Pianos

Chase CDP240
Chase CDP240


Chase CDP243

Chase CDP243


Chase CDP247

Chase CDP247


Chase CDP250

Chase CDP250


 

 

 

 

Chase CDP350

Chase CDP350


Chase CDP423

Chase CDP423


Chase CDP456

Chase CDP456


Chase CDP486

Chase CDP486


Chase CDP489

Chase CDP489

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Chase Digital Baby Grand Pianos

Chase CDP526


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Chase CDP529


Chase CDP726

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Chase CDP729

Chase CDP729

 

Digital Piano Buyer's Guide

Free Digital Piano Buyer's Guide:

"7 Things You MUST Know Before Buying A Digital Piano", by Graham Howard

 

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1) How to understand confusing terminology (Polyphony, graded hammer, etc.)
2) Common digital piano questions
3) The disadvantages of buying second hand versus new
4) 6 simple tests you can do in a piano store
5) The best digital piano brands: 1st) ? 2nd) ? 3rd) ?…

6) Top ten piano models: (a) under £500 (b) £500 to £1,000 (c) over £1000
7) Should you buy online or in a physical store?

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Questions and Answers

Hi Graham

Have read with interest your guide to buying a digital piano v helpful thanks!
I am in the market for a piano at the moment and came across chase pianos by chance.
They describe their keys as "fully weighted" buy they are online so have not been
able to play one. They are, however, cheap!

I was wondering if you have come across them and know if their keys really are
fully weighted or "super heavy weighted" as you described in your guide?

Any information would be greatly appreciated as I am on a budget but dont want
to buy anything rubbish.

Thanks and best wishes

Malcolm

Reply/ If your budget is limited then Chase offer a range
to suit you.

Chase are OK as a starter piano, but if you reach the
higher piano grades then you'll probably want to
part exchange it for a Yamaha Clavinova or similar.

Yours pianistically,

Graham Howard

Previous Chase Pianos

Chase CDP-8810
Chase CDP-230
Chase CDP-310
Chase CDP-215
Chase CDP-216
Chase CDP-8836
Chase CDP-313

Useful Resources

1) Click here to read the report: "Which Digital Piano To Buy" by piano advisor, Graham Howard

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3) Check out the 'ever expanding' piano questions section on this site.

4) The world's only dedicated digital piano forum. Check it out here

5) Click here to read the report: "7 Things You MUST Know Before You Buy A Digital Piano"

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7 Things You MUST Know Before Buying A Digital Piano

Should I Buy a Digital Piano or an Upright Piano?

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