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The piano comes flat-packed and is very easy to assemble. The electronics and keyboard are fixed in
- all you have to do is assemble the stand. We advise two people to do the job because of the keyboard's weight.
It's safer to have a helping hand when lifting it on to the stand.
Roland HP505 Reviews
1) "We love the sound and
Thank you for your help in selecting and purchasing our Roland
HP505 digital piano.We love the sound and touch but are still exploring its possibilities.It has certainly
rekindled an interest in music playing in our family.It was most definitely worth paying a bit more than we had
intended to.It was easy to assemble but at first we put the back board on the wrong way round!
Review by William (26/06/2012)
2) "In this day and age to get personal advice on an issue in a timely and
professional manner is very unusual and highly appreciated"
Sorry for not coming back to you earlier, been mad with getting ready for Christmas.
Anyway I decided to go with your advice and selected the Roland HP505. I have to say I am very satisfied with
it. The key weighting and feel are excellent. I was amazed at the quality of the sound especially in the bass.
I ordered the piano from Thomann and it came quite swiftly
considering where it had to be shipped from.
As regards you and your site I really can't say enough.
Firstly I found "The Howard Score" really informative and helpful in
narrowing down the vast choices available for a digital piano. Even then I was still between a couple of pianos and
to get personal advice from yourself on selecting the best one for me was what really made up my mind for me. I
must say in this day and age to get personal advice on an issue in a timely and professional manner is very unusual
and highly appreciated. Especially when I had indicated to you that I lived abroad and still you had the good grace
to come back to me with answers even though you knew that I would not be purchasing the piano directly from
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I visited a music store and tried out a few pianos. Having played with the Roland HP505, now its got a bit tricky
as it is just in another league in comparison to the others.
I want the piano for two reasons, the first is to teach as my old acoustic is not good enough
for some pupils who are into their grade six and seven exam stuff.
I also want to get compositions down through connecting to pc with cubase. I tried out the trial version and though
it was just through using a rubbish old keyboard that I had as a youngster, the virtual piano sounds were
Can you suggest one at a lower price that has good touch sensitivity and also sounds strong
enough for the higher grade pupils that will have their lessons here.
Many thanks in advance
Reply/ Hi Debbie
The Roland HP503 is also worth considering.
Also the Yamaha CLP440.
I’m not sure if you’d be happy with a piano
below £1,000. The key touch and sound just
won’t good enough for you.
"We need a piano that won't break the bank but that will
I wonder if you can help.
My son is 14 and currently working towards his Grade 2 piano and would like a new digital
piano that will take him through to Grade 8. (He is also working towards his Grade 6 violin and would like to
study music at university so we can be quite confident that he will continue with his
We have looked at some pianos in stores nearby and there is such a variety of options. We have
a fairly limited budget and would prefer not to have to take 0% finance to buy but equally we want to buy the
I suppose the question is...can you suggest which would be the best compromise? We need a
piano that won't break the bank but that will have longevity and will be suitable for meeting the ABRSM
Reply/ Hi Philip
For your son to reach grade 8 you will need
to provide him a digital piano that has a
fully-weighted key touch with a minimum
of 5 dynamic levels.
That’s the most important requirement.
Secondary to that is a good sound. The tone
should be vibrant and as natural as possible.
The tone should be even throughout, with
no harshness to it.
And note decays should be long. This is
particularly important in the keyboard’s
central to mid-treble area. Also the bass.
Two pianos that meet the above criteria
quite well are the Roland HP505 and
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