“Which is better the Casio PX770/870 or the Korg LP 380?”
Are you able to help me, which is better the Casio PX770/870 or the Korg LP 380?
I am looking for a digital piano to practice on and regain my skills. I played the piano for approximately 10 years when I was younger on an upright and a baby grand. However I have not been playing for over 15 years and would like to get good again- however I do not have space for a ‘proper’ piano so wanted to get a smaller digital one.
I’ve been looking at these 2 models- which one is better, and is there anything else in a similar price range I should be looking at?
Reply/ Hi Grace
The Casio PX-770 and Korg LP-380 are both basic digital pianos.
And they only has 3 dynamic levels.
That’s not enough to be able to learn piano properly.
Also, their key touch is not fully-weighted enough
to replicate the feel of a real piano.
The piano I recommend for you is the Broadway BW1.
The Broadway BW1 would be a better choice because
it has 4 dynamic levels, so it would take you much
further. The jump from 3 dynamic levels to 4 is
quite significant… it allows you to put more
expression into your music.
Here’s information on it: Broadway BW1
Alternatively, we have the portable version of
the Broadway B1: Model AB1.
You can see this here
The AB1 is compact and can be taken off the
wooden stand with ease (only 4 screws).