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September 29th, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments



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Stage Piano

Stage Piano - No matter how much you like an acoustic piano, the fact is that it still remains beyond the reach of a lot of people when it comes to the cost and the space needed to keep it. A stage piano can be a very good alternative in such a case. It has 88 keys, comes with a good piano action and comes at a reasonable cost.

You will normally find two sets of people using a Stage Piano -

Beginners - Since cost is a major factor, beginners normally go in for a stage piano as it is affordable, has 88 keys, has weighted keyboard action and has some good piano sounds.

You need to look for a model which has a good weighted action keyboard. A better option would be the graded weighted or the graded hammer action which emulates the keys on a Grand Piano.

The entry level models contain the basic piano sounds and a few other sounds like electric piano, organ, and strings. As you go for higher models, you will get built-in styles, effects, sequencer and a lot of other features.

Performers - Stage piano will be a very good option for a stage performer as it is very easy to carry around. You don't need a model with built-in speakers as you will be connecting it to an external amplifier anyways.

Some models may look very simple but they can be loaded with some stunning piano sounds and effects making them ideal for stage performance. These are some of the reasons why a lot of Pianists use them as their second piano.

Roland RD-700GX Stage Piano demo by David Benoit

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