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Been learning the piano since beginning of july, im 21 and im really enjoying it. Im currently learning scales etc for my grade one. not started on my pieces yet.
Just recently bought a Korg SP250, was just wondering whether anyone else has bought one of these digital pianos. and how they are finding it.
Ive not had anything else apart from a digital keyboard, so ive got nothing to compare it with
Are you planning to move up through the grades? If so, I'd seriously start thinking about an acoustic piano to develop your touch and feel for the piano. Digitals don't quite cut it for developing this aspect of your musicianship, particularly as you will have to play an acoustic for your examination....
where as the korg had weighted keys, and graded hammer keys. he said just like an acoustic. I had no idea what this meant.
to be honest i didnt realise an acoustic was a completely different feel.
yeah im planning to go through the grades. my piano teacher has got me going through the jazz pieces for grade one at the moment.
There is not a new Yamaha digital piano today that does not have some kind of weighted action. Unless it was an old stock (ten year old!) digital piano, I may have believed his advice.
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