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Does anyone own an 88-key keyboard that they really love?

  1. ladeda profile image60
    ladedaposted 6 years ago

    Does anyone own an 88-key keyboard that they really love?

    I live in a small apartment and can't own a real piano for the time being. Does anyone own a keyboard that they recommend? I want something that feels and sounds as piano like as possible.

  2. the clean life profile image78
    the clean lifeposted 6 years ago

    The Korg X3 is the one I have, but not a 88 key keyboard.  Google Korg X3 and check them out. I have been very happy with mine and it has every sound and instrument there is in it.

  3. junkseller profile image83
    junksellerposted 6 years ago

    I have a Yamaha Digital Piano P-85. I don't have a lot to compare it to but I think is fantastic. It has weighted keys and terrific sound. It's really meant as a piano, so doesn't do everything a synthesizer might; has basic controls and a few different voices, simple record and playback, 2 headphone jacks, midi port, and a pedal port. Was around $600. Not sure you will find anything better at that price or lower. The P85 I think is discontinued. The current model, that I think is basically the same, is the P95.

  4. ladeda profile image60
    ladedaposted 6 years ago

    I'll definitely be doing a bit more research about the Yamaha Digital Piano P-85. It sounds great! Thanks so much for the piano advice you guys!

  5. kerr79 profile image60
    kerr79posted 5 years ago

    For me, it has got to be the Yamaha P155 portable piano.  Basically, it's a portable Yamaha Clavinova.  Key action is really good as, is the sound for what are not massive speakers.  It's very easy to use and has some good features such as USB device storage, audio outputs, split keyboard.  There are cheaper portable options but the Yamaha P155 is quality.  Link for more info on Yamaha P155: http://www.key-player.co.uk/Digital-Pia … 7-98-459/.

 
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