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Hello all, I recently gave my 45 year old piano to a family member because I will be moving across country. When we get settled there I want to buy myself a digital piano. I have looked at quite a few, Yamaha, Roland etc. So far I am leaning towards a Roland but wanted advice/tips from others. Which brand/type has the best "piano sound"? I don't need all the fancy stuff on it. Maybe a few different instrument options built in, pedals, a built in metronome would be nice. Thanks Cathie
Last edited in 2017-06-20 00:20

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  • Tsalmeida
    Tsalmeida

    And I'm moving to Angola in Africa, but first I will stay in London for a week at a hotel

    3rd September, 2017

  • Tsalmeida
    Tsalmeida

    I also have a Yamaha

    3rd September, 2017

  • sgirl58
    sgirl58

    Sorry that is Hammer Action

    20th June, 2017

  • cameronpianist
    cameronpianist

    Williams Allegro 2 88 Key Hammer Action. It feels and sounds like a real piano. Google it and let me know what you think and I can give you more in detailed specifications on technology.

    20th June, 2017

  • Grange Blues
    Grange Blues

    Not quite what you ask, but I bought a Yamaha P-95 4+ years ago and I love it. It is just for me, no performance necessary!

    20th June, 2017

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