Korg D1 Review – One of the Best Digital Pianos for the Price?

Korg is a brand that’s synonymous with quality audio. They are known for creating some incredibly good pieces of music equipment including synthesizers. When you read korg keyboards reviews, you don’t usually associate them with budget products. The band makes great audio equipment but doesn’t usually occupy the cheap end of the market. The Korg D1 is perhaps the exception.

This is a digital piano that is designed to be affordable and portable, and while it is quite a simple design, it has some cool features as we’re exploring in our Korg D1 review. Read on to find out how this piano packs in professional quality at a competitive price.

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Korg SV1 Review – Exploring The Digital Piano with a Synth Feel

The Korg SV1 is a reliable digital piano/keyboard which is designed mainly for stage use. In truth, this is a very versatile product which can be used in a variety of scenarios as a musician.

The Korg SV1 88 key is the main model that people tend to purchase, however, there is also a Korg SV1 73 model. As you would expect, this has 73 keys instead of 88 and this is great for stage use as it is compact and more portable.

When you hear the words ‘digital piano’ you probably don’t instantly think of Korg. The brand is best known for synthesizers and other music gear, but don’t let that fool you, this piano deserves attention as it has some good features.

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Casio CTK3500 Review: An in-depth look at the design, functions, pros, and cons

From Bach to Bieber, every musician needs a keyboard at some point in his career. If you’re dreaming of becoming the next Steven Spielberg, you’ll need a decent piano keyboard. If you’re going to show Liberace how the piano SHOULD be played, you’ll need a piano keyboard. Hey, if you’re a 3-year-old with an inquisitive mind and an insatiable craving to play Mary-had-a-little-lamb at the playschool’s annual soiree… YOU WILL NEED A KEYBOARD!

The market is flooded with keyboards of many different designs, all of them offering different functions, a different amount of polyphony, a different amount of keys, and a different amount of everything that the layman or first-time buyer knows nothing about. If you are unsure about what you SHOULD be getting as a musical instrument for a piano protégé, or if you just want to know more about one of the best selling keyboards in the entry-level market: We’ve got you covered!

In this review, we’ll look at absolutely everything you need to know about Casio’s all-encompassing 61 key keyboard, the CTK 3500.

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Yamaha P515 Review – A Classic Feel With Modern Functions

The Yamaha P515 is a digital piano that has a simple design, but also plenty of features making it a good choice for beginner and professional players, and for a variety of different uses. Recording, as a studio controller or for live performances.

Our full and detailed Yamaha P515 review goes in-depth on the features and specifications of the piano. We’ve also looked into the consumer reviews and reception of this product by both professional musicians and aspiring musicians.

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Alesis Recital Review – An in-depth look at the pros and cons, functions and capabilities

Playing a musical instrument has been proven to increase brain capacity. Not only that but – especially in young kids – piano lessons are great for improving fine motor skills and coordination too. We won’t let this article turn into a science journal, but the amount of joy and pleasure that accompanies the proven health and developmental benefits when you play the piano should serve as enough motivation for you to buy a decent piano.

So, if you’re the type who loves to tinker on the ebony and ivory keys of a decent piano – be it as a concert pianist or a total newbie player with an enthusiasm to boot, you’ll love one of the best pianos for beginners and professional players alike: The Alesis Recital.

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Roland FP30 Review: A Breath-taking Sound with a Brilliant Design

Roland is a brand name that has become synonymous with quality music products; from amplifiers to pianos, Roland have solidified their presence in the music industry over the years.

In this review, we take an in-depth look at the Roland FP-30 digital piano check out what this impressive instrument brings to the table.

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Korg C1 Air Review: Elegant and Affordable with a Great Sound

Most quality and affordable digital pianos are made by Korg for both beginners and experienced players. The Korg C1 Air is one of their best digital pianos packaged elegantly in a cabinet, with a weight of about 35kg (77lbs), and consuming less space in your home.

It has a Bluetooth compatibility feature where the word “Air” is derived from. This important feature will be discussed later in the review. 

The Korg C1 Air was launched into the market after the G1 Air was released, and it is more affordable and simplified compared to its predecessor. Certainly, Korg has put in more effort in the manufacture of C1 Air to the maximum satisfaction of its customers.

But, can this newly released digital piano by Korg give you satisfaction in terms of your money and time? You’ll surely realized that in this Korg C1 Air review where I’ve packaged all the essential features that it offers.

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Korg B1 Review: Simple Piano with Great Sound

Korg B1 digital piano released in 2017, is an entry-level, 88-keys digital piano with a Natural Weighted Hammer Action (NH) keyboard, 120-note polyphony, 18W built-in speakers, and it uses Stereo PCM to generate tones.

If you are a beginner or an amateur player, you need to experience this awesome digital piano. It is cost-effective, light, compact, and can take care of all your piano needs. It has a streamlined design which offers the main features that any pianist may look for in a keyboard.

It comes with a superb and superior sound, real keyboard touch, great design that adds color to your home interior, and it’s easy to use. 

Keyboards and digital pianos from Korg are known to be affordable, with a nice design and good quality. It is not a very popular brand compared to Yamaha or Casio digital pianos of the same price range. For this reason, the company, Korg is working very hard to maintain the competition by offering new innovations.

In this Korg B1 review, I’ll list out and explain all the features it offers for a good playing experience and compare it with its competitors such as Yamaha and Casio.

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