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Graham Howard editor
"The most important thing you need from a digital piano when you're learning is a realistic touch. A good piano sound and a minimum of 4 touch sensitivity levels (pp, mp, mf and f) are also important. Other factors such as: dimensions, weight, colour, 'bells and whistles', shouldn't really be a deciding factor in your purchase", Graham Howard, Piano Advisor and Author

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Free Digital Piano Buyer's Guide:


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

You get all this:

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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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 first and 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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Questions and Comments

"Our Diginova stopped working, but now it works beautifully"

I came accross your site and wished I'd found it 6 years ago.
i wondered if you could advise me. We bought a Dignova TG8826 4 years ago for £600.
Exactly 1 year later the piano stopped working.
When we contacted the supplier we were politely told that it was out of warranty- just-
there was nothing they could do for us.
They very helpfully gave us the number of a piano fixer. Well 2 visits and £400 later
finally we had a piano that worked.
If it was powered off it did not turn on (it didn't seem to like getting cold).
for the last 3 years the piano has been powered on and has worked beautifully.
My husband plays it my children have started piano lessons and are doing well, I have
even started learning.

Do you recommend buying a new one ? If so what should we buy a Digital piano
suits us so that my husband can play at night without disturbing the
sleeping children or neighbours.

Thank you

all the best

Kerry Robinson

Reply/ Hi Kerry

I am very sorry to hear your story…

Many parents are in a similar situation you… having
weighed up the pros and cons of buying a cheap piano
'just to get started' or spending more (sometimes
quite a bit more) for something better.

It's always a difficult decision at the time.

I advise going for something around the £600 – £1,000
price point.

Yamaha, Roland, Kawai, Classenti, Broadway and Casio all offer pianos in this range.

Yours pianistically,

Graham Howard

"I had a bid on a Diginova from Yorkshire pianos"

Hi Graham, I downloaded your book 7things, but before reading properly I had a bid on a Diginova from Yorkshire pianos, which to my surprise was the highest at £470.

I would have gone for a classenti, but also relieved at finally making a decision and now hoping I have made a reasonable choice!!

I have not tried to play a piano for 54 years, and back then much to my parents disgust, I was useless.

Now at the age of 67 I am going to try again, but this time no scales—-just chords so that this time next year I will be playing the blues!

Even though I did not make proper use of all that vital information contained in your book, I think it is excellent and hope that others read it before committing to purchase.

Any comments of yours will be welcome, and if you wish I will report back on my findings of the Diginova, which should arrive Friday/ monday.

Kindest regards,
Terry Brogan

Click here to get the report 'which digital piano to buy' by piano advisor, Graham Howard

Further Reading
7 Things You MUST Know Before Buying A Digital Piano

Should I Buy a Digital Piano or an Upright Piano?

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