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My little sister (Age 12) has just started piano, however she does not have her own.
I want to buy her one for her birthday, what digital piano and you suggest for me to get her?
Price doesn't really matter, as long as I can get decent quality, but please try keep the price within the 100's
- Colin Nicholson
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The better makes are Yamaha (clavinova)/ Kawai (CN, CL, ES range)/ Casio.... all are good.
If your sister is going to have piano lessons/ learn properly, most digital pianos are suitable up to about 3 years from the start of tuition.
The following may be helpful/ tips/ advice >>
I myself have the ES7 Kawai digital piano aswell as an acoustic piano for teaching on.
The ES7 has a great sound & touch.
Best to buy new, and visit a local music shop to try them out first ....
hope that helps
What have you been looking at?