4 thoughts on “Keyboard vs. Piano: What Do New Students Need?

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  2. Hi!…george here. Great article,very complete. I think too that a piano always will sound better, but the problem is that not everyone can afford one. Anyway i think you can start with a medium-good keyboard, and if you like it and make progress ,then you can start to considerate to buy a piano. =)

  3. I think another point is what type of “lessons” are you taking? With the advancements in piano software and online lessons, a lot of websites and programs interact with the piano, and thus it needs to be able to hook up to a computer or iPad for example. So this eliminates the acoustic option sometimes. That being said, some “cheaper” keyboards certainly don’t do a great job at emulating the real feel of a piano. So yes certainly a few things to consider. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Yes piano are for great investment but I think keyboard will be good choice as a beginner as the time will pass we come to know we will continue or not .so it will be better not invest more in pianos.

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