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Always loved the sound of the piano and always wanted to play it but my mother, for some reason, never let me?????
Anyway, i'm now 27 and i'm going to have a crack at it.
Been looking at a Gear4music PDP220 to start on. The very few reviews i've read are very good but was wondering if anyone have any experiance of these?
http://www.gear4music.com/Keyboards-and ... 4music/7LY
The common problem among all instruments (generally) is that when you buy cheap from brand new, you tend to get an instrument that feels and sounds cheap too. Now take that piece of advice in moderation because you can get something pretty decent at a bargain price from time to time. However, having said that, not always brand new at under £300!
Have a look at this link. Here I was advising someone to consider buying a better instrument, secondhand but in good condition. Check here:
http://www.uk-piano.org/piano-forums/vi ... f=9&t=6770
Just out of interest, what is your budget for a new instrument?
Perhaps I was considering it 'just in case' I couldn't get on with piano after all!
My budget could exceed £275 and it has done! I've ordered me a Yamaha YDPS30 as after a little more reasearch I realised the re-sale value, if kept in good condition, is very good If I decided against it and also from what i've read you can't go wrong with a Yamaha!
Thanks again and i'm sure i'll be posting more questions soon!
It has most of the same features as the YDP140 but most importantly, NOT with those awful clunky keys! Good choice!
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