Best Deals on Piano - Review of Top Piano Models

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History of Piano

The word Piano has been derived from the Italian name - pianoforte, which is the original name for the instrument. A piano is a kind of musical instrument that is played with the help of a keyboard. Piano is often expensive and not portable, however, its versatility makes it one of the world's most well-known and recognizable musical instrument.

A modern piano has 36 black keys and 52 white keys. Piano is a heavy musical instrument which requires regular tuning to maintain them up to pitch and it is made of materials that are selected for strength and robustness. Go through the following deals which will surely assist you in making a selection:

  • Williams Overture 88- Key Digital Piano: This is a console-style digital piano with sliding key-cover and full vanity panel, which you can get for $600. It has dark wood grain finish with full size 88 Note and Hammer-action keyboard. This digital piano is an excellent substitution for a real piano.
  • Yamaha P85 Contemporary Digital Piano: This versatile Yamaha P85 is capable enough to give you a variety of high-quality instrument voices. It features wide voice selection and dual voice function, available at $450. This guitar will let you record your own performance.
  • Yamaha YDO161 Digital Piano with Bench: Available in market at $1,349.99, you will get a bench with this 88 key graded hammer weighted action keyboard piano. It has two-track recorder with Flash-ROM song storage and polished gold-colored damper.
  • Yamaha P95B Digital Piano: If you are looking for dynamic, high-quality sound and natural piano with built-in speaker system, this is a perfect piano for worth $549.99. This piano has clean design, weighted keys and excellent touch. It features 10 voices including grand piano, EP, jazz organ, choir and strings.
  • Schoenhut 49-key pro baby grand piano: This dynamic black color piano features true piano sound without the use of electronics.  You can take this mid-sized piano home in $1,899.
  • Casio AP220 Celviano Digital Piano with bench: Casio AP220 has fantastic sound and features newly developed Linear Morphing AiF sound source which delivers the entire spectrum of real grand piano tones from Pianissimo to Fortissimo.
  • Yamaha digital piano YDP140 Arius: This is an outstanding choice for both quality and cost. It features 64-note polyphony and Single-song recording capability with 6W of amplification per side and six distinct voices. This easy to set piano with impressive sound is available at $999.99 in market.

How to play piano: The basics, Piano Lesson

An eternally adorable musical instrument--Piano

The Grand Piano and the Upright piano are the two basic designs of the modern piano. The frame and strings are horizontal in grand piano whereas in later one these are vertical, this is the reason upright pianos are more compact. Modern upright and grand pianos have accomplished their present appearances by the end of the 19th century.

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dallas93444 6 years ago from Bakersfield, CA

The evolution of the piano is interesting. Thanks for sharing.


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nifwlseirff 3 years ago from Villingen Schwenningen, Germany

I love the Yamaha Clavinova CLP 370 - superb sound and feel, and with a double headphone port - great for teaching!


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Kevin Peter 3 years ago from Global Citizen Author

Hi dallas,

Nice to know that it was an interesting hub.

Hi nifwlseirff,

Happy to know that the hub was useful to you. Thanks for leaving the comment.

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