Age: 6 years
Colour: Black matt
Warranty: 1 year ‘at-home’ (parts and labour)
Delivery (depends on location – please ask)
Length 133cm (52.4 inches), Height 80cm (31.5 inches), Depth 36cm (14.2 inches)
Music Rest Height: 18.3cm (7.25 inches)
Music Rest Width: 59.5cm (23.5 inches)
Floor to bottom of keybed (leg room): 66cm (26 inches)
Weight of keyboard section: 37kg (81.4 pounds)
Overall Weight: 45kg (99 pounds)
I do have a question thanks! I am looking to purchase a digital piano for my children (age 6) who will start lessons. The budget is £400-450. This is a lot of money for a starter piano we feel but we don’t want to have to change the model until the children have become young adults, are still playing and want to get something better for themselves.
What are your thoughts on which model is better? The an old Yamaha Clavinova CLP 240, an old Kawai CN24 or one of the new Gear4music Dp10x?
I would really appreciate your advice on this,
Reply Hi Naz
The Gear4Music is only a really basic piano with
a medium weighted key touch. I don’t recommend
this piano for learning on.
The Yamaha and Kawai are a lot better, but they are
both very old models, and it really depends how much
they have been played and the condition they are in.
Circuit boards and keys tend to wear out after 10 years
and replacement parts are difficult to obtain after
We have a selection of second hand digital pianos
The Classenti CDP1 is a really nice piano.
It has fully-weighted keys and a lovely tone.
It’s an old model and the cabinet condition is
a bit rough on some edges (hence the low price) ,
but as a piano it’s one of the best for your children
to learn and progress on.
Let me know if you have any questions.