Now first consider the choices come to two main factors
How much you want to spend FREE in that case keep play at family friends or local churches.
Your skill level absolute beginner child, beginner adult or returning to pick up where you left off.
Why You Should Choose A Electronic Keyboard as a beginner?
- Useful it very easy buy cheap and most manual instructions are easy to follow.
- Affordable even dirt cheap
- Features like lit notes or labeled notes or play along functions or fully screen learning mode and head phone comfort
- Variety of sounds, backings, play along features,sound like band orchestra or even a choir.
- Portable easy to travel with battery operated and powered.
If you are enjoying it and learning at the same time then it’s the right one for you keep in mind as you continue to grow the features for you will change. So at this stage you want a keyboard that helps you hear the sounds and help you with familiarity of playing the notes .
I recommend you start from the beginning to invest into your posture on the keyboard.
As a beginner I bought a keyboard with no stand and no stool and it sat on our dinning table with a tall bar stool and that was not ideal.My wife was totally disagreeable and helped me get outfitted with a stand and piano stool.Its important that you should be seated at the right height so that the player’s arm from wrist to elbow is parallel to the floor.
Beginner Piano & Keyboard Comparison
Electronic keyboards and Digital Piano for beginners are affordable ranging from $100 to $2000,keys from 61 to 88,take less room maybe 3 feet,very easy to move ,last generally 3-5 years and the best brands are Roland,Casio,Yamaha,Kawai.Importantly you can use headphones so make sound at the home gone from loud to silent.
Grand Pianos and Upright Pianos for beginners are weighted 88 keys range 6k to 8k and upwards to 100k plus,last 30 to 50 years,hard to move,need tuning once a year around $250,sound softer when the lids closed and looks grand in any room in the house, best brands are many Yamaha,Kawai,Boston,Schimmel
Eventually we recommend upgrading to at least a digital piano for the weighted full size keyboard .Yes! It’s perfectly all right to start with an electronic keyboard. We recommend acoustic pianos because there are some things you’ll learn later on that are much harder to do on certain electronic keyboards. Some nicer keyboards are very similar to acoustic pianos, but others have keys that are weighted differently, and many don’t have a very wide range when it comes to dynamics. Even so, if an electronic keyboard is all you have, you can certainly still learn to play.
Pros and Cons of both beginner Acoustic and Digital Pianos.
Please enjoy as a beginner first to hear and play your new keyboard that’s more important than getting hung up on whats the best keyboard.There are pros and cons to both acoustic and digital pianos. Acoustic pianos take up space, and need to be tuned every once in a while, but they offer a wider range of responsiveness and dynamics that even the best electronic keyboards can’t quite match.
Electronic keyboards take up less space, and often have extra capabilities such as different instrument sounds, or the ability to plug in headphones and avoid distracting other people while you practice. However, many of them don’t allow for dynamics, and have lighter keys that won’t help a student develop the necessary finger strength.
If you do choose an electronic keyboard over your friend’s acoustic piano, I would recommend getting a full-sized one with 88 weighted keys.
Whats important for you starting as whether the keyboard is weighted or not.They all come with a huge range of sounds and rhythms and accompaniments and display screens and for now where your hand strength does not play a vital role invest in a digital keyboard.But as you realize your progress will require a 88 weighted keyboard for the development of your hand strength,posture and dynamics which become somewhat technical for advance studies.
Remember you are a beginner an the modern technology incorporated in these modern non weighted keyboards is breath taking. Important to start with 61 keys to get use to sounds and feel of the notes and there associated sounds from the keyboard whether you play with or without accompaniment.
We recommend the Yamaha PSR Series. Models in the PSR lineup cost between $80 and $250.
We also recommend the Casio CTK Series. Models in the CTK lineup also cost between $80 and $250:
- Casio CTK-2400 – $130
- Casio CTK-3500 – $150
- Casio CTK-4400 – $170
- Casio CTK-6200 – $230Digital pianos are designed to sound and feel as much like an acoustic piano as possible. Keys are weighted to provide the right resistance to touch, and are sensitive to speed and pressure to give a range of dynamics (loud and soft). They come installed in a cabinet-style console, and are smaller and less expensive than an upright piano, usually $1,000-$2,000.Our favorite digital piano is the Yamaha Arius series, which are Yamaha digital pianos with model numbers beginning with ‘YDP’ (YDP 143, YDP-163, etc.). Arius models can cost between $1,000 and $2,000.
What are the best cheap piano keyboards for beginners?
The Best Cheap Beginner Keyboard: Plixio 61 Key Electric Music Keyboard Piano | Check it out on Amazon – $59.99 Click Here for Pricing, Pictures and Reviews on Amazon.com
The The Best Beginner Digital Piano Yescom 61 Key Digital Music Electronic Keyboard Electric Piano LCD Display Full Size | Check it out on Amazon – $93.95 Click Here for Pricing, Pictures and Reviews on Amazon.com
The Best Beginner Digital Console Piano:Alpha 61 Keys Electronic Piano Keyboard Portable Digital Keyboard with 200 Tones Rhythms 50 Demos LCD Electric Holder Music Stand Adapter Power | Check it out on Amazon – $148.00
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The Best Beginner Keyboard Bundle(YPT-255) – Yamaha YPT-255 – digital pianos (Black, LCD, 3.5 mm, -1.5 – 1.5 octave(s)) : | Check it out on Amazon – $346
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It’s perfectly all right to start on a smaller keyboard. However, the sooner your children are practicing on an acoustic piano or a keyboard with weighted keys, the better. For the most part, an electric keyboard will be about the same for a beginning pianist, but it won’t help them develop the finger strength they need later on. I hope that helps!
Hello, students. Your piano teacher Tim here for Lessons on the Web. Welcome back to the classroom. Today I have an ultimate keyboard buying guide. So what are we going to be talking about here? Well, we’re basically gonna go over some of the main things you need to be on the lookout for when you are purchasing a keyboard. These things include price, what it comes with, what you need to be on the lookout for.
You know, does it have 88 keys or not. So we’re gonna dive in-depth with a lot of these topics. I’m also gonna show you a list of keyboards that I highly, highly recommend. So let’s not waste any time. Let’s get right on to the lesson. Okay. Now, let’s see. Okay, I guess this is where we wanna start. Barbara is back. Welcome back, Barbara. Glad to have you with us once again. Welcome, everybody, back to the classroom. Okay, let’s talk about the first thing today. Oh yeah, that’s right. That controls this, and I’m also gonna get the setup a little bit snappier over the break.
I’m gonna work on, you know, just how fluid everything works so it will not have these little pauses. But I do cut those out usually when I post the recordings for these. All right, let me take a look at what we’re doing here. Okay. I guess maybe I should phrase it this way. Okay, so the very first and probably most important topic is, what is your budget? What do you have, how much money do you have to spend on the keyboard, ’cause that will probably be the number-one determining factor in which keyboard you choose.
As you can see, keyboards can be pretty expensive, but some things to note about keyboards is that you generally get what you pay for. So if you have the money and you’re willing to spend, you know, $1800 on a keyboard, chances are, it’s gonna be a pretty good, solid keyboard. Roland makes some excellent ones. We’ll talk more about Roland here in a few minutes. So price is the biggest determining factor. Now, it also factors into all the other factors we’re going to talk about, because the cheaper keyboards are fine when you’re first learning notes, but some things to consider is that their keys aren’t gonna feel as nice. We’re gonna talk about that in a minute. They might not have a complete set of 88 keys.
They might have only have, you know, 73 or 61 or something like that. You want a keyboard with at least 61. I mean, 73’s okay, and then 88, of course, is optimal. Of course, you’re going to pay a bit more for a full-size 88, but you can get a full-size 88 keyboard for around 500 bucks that’s of decent quality. You generally can’t find them for much cheaper than that and have them be, you know, a decent keyboard to learn on. So let’s get onto the next main factor you wanna look out for when purchasing a keyboard. Okay, one of the major considerations after cost, cost will actually kind of determine this next thing, is how many keys does it have? Obviously if you have the money to spend, you definitely wanna go for a full-size, 88-key keyboard.
You don’t want to, if you have $2,000 to spend, buy a 61-key or something like that. You want full-size, 88 keys. Now, of course, up in the… Past the $500 range, almost all of them have at least 88 keys. Now, but you wanna be careful, right? You want to double check. For instance, I’m just going to type in Yamaha keyboard. We’re going to look it up, and take a look here. So this one’s 319. It’s south of $500, but as you can see, it’s 76-key.
It’s pretty close to full-size. However, the keys themselves are probably not the best. We’ll talk about that here in a second. Now if you scroll down just a little bit, for 549, it actually comes with a few different things. I don’t know whether it comes with this Frozen book or not. It looks like it comes with a cover, a pedal, and earphones, and for 549, that’s 88 keys. So I would definitely go for the YPG-535 over the one listed above, unless, you know, the price range, I only have $300 to spend. Then you have no choice to go for the 76-key, which will do the job if you are just getting started out learning how to play the piano, but you will… Generally, the less you spend, you will have to upgrade sooner. So if you buy a $300 or $200 keyboard, you’ll have to upgrade a lot sooner, especially if you start to really appreciate piano and really start to take off with it.
The sooner you upgrade to something with better keys, the better off you are, because you will find it really difficult if you learn on a cheap keyboard for a while to play on a real piano or even a better keyboard with weighted keys. It will just become very, very difficult. So it’s okay to learn on at first, but you do wanna consider that within maybe a year or two, or even sooner, you’ll wanna upgrade to something better. Here’s something I would avoid. So $115, right? Sounds really sweet, and in fact, if this was your only option, you know, maybe not the worst thing in the world.
This is something I would get more for kids, since you probably don’t wanna buy little kids, you know, who are five, six, seven years old, a fairly expensive keyboard. You know, they can knock it over, spill drinks on it is probably the most likely thing that will happen. So in this case, you might wanna go or this Yamaha at 115, but like I said, you get what you pay for. It’s gonna have cheap plastic keys. It’s gonna only have 61, which is on the light side for sure. If you scroll down just here for 435, around 500, it looks like it was at 500, you get 88 weighted action keys, and we’re gonna talk more about weighted keys here right now. A huge consideration, next, is does it have weighted keys? Now, there’s a bunch of different types of keys for keyboards.
You want to go for weighted keys for a few reasons. One of those reasons is that weighted keys feel a lot more like a real keyboard. Let’s look at some examples of keyboards to see what are the options we have when looking for keys, and what are some of the kind of like marketing things that they put in that might mean something or might not. Okay, so right here, as you can see for this one we were just looking at, the Yamaha P45 88-Keys, is it has weighted action keys. The good thing about weighted action keys, especially if, or it’s called graded keys. There’s a ton of different verbiage that goes along with these, but if you get weighted action keys, generally what they’ll do is they’ll weight the bottom ones… (Tim plays absently on the lower end of the piano) A little bit heavier, and then the top ones… (Tim plays absently on the higher end of the piano) A little bit lighter. And if it has, especially if it has graded action, you’ll actually have to use more force to get more sound out of the bass, and you’ll have to get less force to get…
Actually, well, the sound, you’ll get more sound out of the bass, but in terms of pressing the key, you’ll have to press a little harder. Up top, it feels a bit lighter. That’s how a real piano is up top. It’s lighter. You actually will… Scratch what I first said, because you will have to hit the piano a little harder to get more sound of the lighter or the top areas, because less sound comes out of there, ’cause in a real piano, there’s only one string for the high notes, and there are three for the lower. So you will get more sound, but it will, you’ll have to press a little bit harder on the keys, just because of what we call the action, which is just how much force and pressure do you have to use to, you know, get a response.
How responsive are the keys, is really what that means. So you definitely wanna consider this when looking for these. So look here, at this Yamaha here. 61-key Keyboard Pack and headphone. It doesn’t mention…. If it doesn’t mention if it has weighted keys, it doesn’t have ’em. It’s not gonna tell you, you know, Yamaha YPG-235 with cheap, useless keys. It’s not gonna say that. It’s gonna say nothing. It’s just gonna say it has keys.
So, you know, if it doesn’t really mention it, then it probably has the cheap plastic ones. But like I said, it’s an okay alternative for a younger student. Let’s look up a Roland keyboard here. Much nicer keyboards in general from Roland. They are definitely top of the line for the most part. Now, you’ll see that there are expensive Rolands that don’t have full-size 88 keys. Usually those are like synthesizers or things like that, and they have different functions that you might not be as interested in.
But something like the Roland RD-2000 digital piano definitely has weighted action keys, but does it say it? Well, let’s see. Okay, so in the title, it doesn’t mention anything. Let’s see. Super NATURAL Piano sound engine. That’s more like the software that’s in it. New Ivory Feel-G Keyboard. So, as you can see, like I said, they have different marketing… New Ivory Feel-G Keyboard? That’s fancy for, it’s like a proprietary thing. It’s probably weighted keys. Now, you do wanna double-check. You wanna make sure that whatever marketing language they’re using does add up, that it does mean that it feels like a real keyboard, and you can hopefully look at that. We’ll talk about in a second. In the reviews, you can see that it has, you know, three and a half stars out of five.
So it’s probably mostly positive stuff, and then you will also, on Amazon, a great thing is to look at the answered questions are always helpful. But, I’ve played on Roland keyboards. Actually, I’m playing on one right now. They feel really, really nice, to tell you the truth, and even after having this Roland RD-700SX for 12 years, it still feels great. You know, I’ve been playing on it every single day, and none of the keys feel loose or, you know, like they’re worn out or anything. It feels really, really good. So like I said, you get what you pay for. If you buy a Roland, they all come with great keys, trust me. At least, I’m pretty sure all of them do. But they do cost a lot more, as you can see. $1300 for that one. But this keyboard, this is like a keyboard to end all keyboards. Like, you’re like, I just want one great keyboard for the rest of my life or for a long time, for decades.
You know, I don’t know whether my Roland is gonna last 40 years, but it’s certainly held up really, really well over 12 years. I’d imagine it will. I’ve seen some of the older keyboards that are pushing 30, 40 years old, and they still work pretty well. Now, they might need some technical adjustment, but, you know, they hold up really well. So you really do get what you pay for. Okay, the next one’s an obvious one: does it come with a stand? The last thing you wanna do is you wanna order a keyboard with no stand. Like this one we were just looking at. It doesn’t say whether it comes with a stand or not. I know my Roland keyboard didn’t, right? You would think, well, I’m paying all this money for this awesome keyboard. Doesn’t it come with a stand? And sometimes, no. A lot of times not. If it doesn’t say comes with stand, it doesn’t, and then you’ll have to buy one. Let’s look up here what a stand would cost.
So you always wanna be looking at the descriptions for all these topics that we’re talking about. So let’s see, keyboard stand. Let’s check it out. Roland keyboard stand. 99 bucks. This is the exact one I have, I think, the KS-18Z for $100. It’s a very sturdy keyboard. You can go for the RockJam Xfinity… Now, this is $30, but I really don’t know what kind of keyboards this thing supports. So you’ll wanna look at the reviews, and you’ll want to look at what people are saying about it. This one, heavy duty keyboard stand with adjustable width and height for $40. That one, by the look of it, looks like it could hold that Roland keyboard just fine, but I don’t know. You might pull it out of the box and it might be really cheap.
But it does look good, that one looks good. The one above it, you see how it just doesn’t look like it has as much support? It doesn’t look like the cheapest thing I’ve ever seen, but the pictures can be deceiving, ’cause sometimes you’ll get it in the mail, it’ll arrive, and you’ll be like, really? This is what this thing looks like? So, you wanna be looking to see what people are saying about it. Well, this one looks really cool, the Roland KSJ8.
Oh, wait, I think that’s a keyboard. At least, I hope this stand doesn’t cost $600. That would be a lot. So you wanna consider getting a stand as well. They won’t cost another $1300. It might be another $100, but you definitely want to consider that. Okay, so I have a question for you. I want you to leave it in the comments section, is, I wanna know what keyboard do you use? Do you have something really fancy? Do you have a type of keyboard I haven’t mentioned in the lesson yet that you feel like other people could really benefit from? Does it have 88 keys, or are you happy with having less keys? Let us know in the comments.
I feel that whenever we share together in the comments, we all learn something new. I know I do. You know, I’ve been doing this for quite a while, and I always find, you know, new things that people are telling me that really just blow my mind. Maybe there’s a maker of keyboards that I didn’t consider or something I didn’t consider, and that other people haven’t considered as well, so when they read it in the comments, you know, it really expands their world. So leave a comment and let me know what kind of keyboard you have. Okay, another important consideration is does it come with speakers? Seriously, again, you’ll find out in a second that it’s really funny that some of the more expensive keyboards don’t come with internal speakers. You have to connect them to what we call studio monitors or an external amplifier, like a guitar amplifier will work just great. But let me show you what I mean. So let’s look up the Roland keyboards again, and I want to show you what I mean. So you scroll down. Let’s find that RD-300NX that we were looking at.
And take a close look at it. Take a close look at it. Hopefully it’s not too blocky there and pixelated. But do you see any in-built speakers on this thing? No. It doesn’t. And like I mentioned before, I have a Roland keyboard. They don’t come with internal speakers, and you may be saying, I’m paying all this money. How come it doesn’t come with a stand or internal speakers? That’s because you’re paying for a fine piece of equipment, and all the other things that they usually bundle with cheaper keyboards just don’t get bundled with this.
They’re not trying to sell you a complete package, although you can find them online for, maybe they bundle stuff together for a deal. You can get one of these and a stand for maybe, you know, an extra $50 instead of $100, but as you can see, no in-built speakers. So what should you do? The easiest solution is to get a pair of headphones. Simple. Now, they’re gonna have to be, what are they called? Quarter-inch? It’s gonna have to have the larger headphone cable. I can’t unplug mine to show you, but you know how there are the tiny eighth-inch and then there’s the, I think I’m getting this mixed up.
But the tiny one, and then there’s a larger one. You’re gonna have to get one with the larger one. You can look up… You can get headphones online for pretty cheap. They really aren’t super expensive, unless you get a pair of studio headphones. Those will be expensive. That’s the easiest solution for something like this. The next easiest solution is probably a guitar amplifier. I’m willing to bet you have a guitar amplifier, at least some of you, around, and actually a guitar cable is what you’d plug into your keyboard, and it will work just fine. Now, the optimal thing to do is to get a pair of studio monitors. Let me show you what those are. Now, these are, like if you are balling and you like have a lot of money to spend… Now, don’t get me wrong. Actually, you can get some studio monitors that aren’t that expensive. $169. But if you really have extra money to spend, you’re looking for extra crisper sound, studio monitors are the way to go.
Studio monitors also have ranges of prices. These are cheaper ones. So, you know, you get what you pay for, but you can probably get a decent sound out of them. You can get ones that are $300, those are probably a little better, but you wanna look at the reviews as well, ’cause cost doesn’t always equal quality, but it does often, moreso in music equipment than it does in anything else in the world. It’s not like buying a shirt at Wal-Mart and then the same shirt, you know, at some brand store, and pay three times as much to get the same shirt basically. No, this is like, these are actually made out of better materials a lot of times and are built to last. You want music equipment that’s built to last. I find, if you have the extra money, it is worth it. Now, like I said, that’s in a perfect world. But as you can see, you can get a pair of studio monitors. They really aren’t that expensive if you have the money for a nice keyboard already. Okay, let’s look up a Yamaha keyboard, and let’s see if it comes with built-in speakers.
It does, you see that? 319, and it comes with built-in speakers. Now, again, what’s the deal? Well, the built-in speakers, I have to tell you, will do the job. It’s fine. But, oh, come on. Later. Sorry about that, freaking Windows. But anyway, the $320 keyboard have cheap speakers in them. They’ll get the job done. You’ll hear the piano sounds and all the other sounds you’re trying to get out of it. But they aren’t nearly as good as studio monitors. The actual speakers themselves, you know, the tweeters and the mid-range or whatever’s going on in there, It looks like they only really have one, are a lot larger in studio monitors. There’s also usually more of them, so you get more ranges of sound. These, the sound on these is very flat in comparison, but I find in something like the YPG-535, it really isn’t that bad. It sounds just fine. Honestly, this one comes highly recommended, because it fits both within the reality of a lot of people’s budgets.
It can be beyond some people’s budgets, but it is also a quality keyboard. When you buy one, you won’t have to upgrade right away. If you become really serious about piano, you will wanna upgrade to something like the Roland, but that’s something to consider, is that the cheaper keyboards come with built-in speakers. So maybe another plus or another incentive to go a little bit cheaper, especially if you don’t have the money to spend. But if you have all the money to spend, get that Roland keyboard, get those expensive studio monitors, and you will not regret it. Let’s see here, getting lots of great questions here. StillArm says I got a Yamaha P-45, very nice. Core chrome, 88-way keys, killer voices. Cristo says I wanted a Yamaha P-45, seems to be perfect of beginners. The store was out, so I jumped to the GX60. Does it matter if it’s a solid-state versus tube amp? I don’t think so. Yeah, not on these. So you can plug this into a tube amp, like a regular guitar amp, or you can plug it into a solid-state. I think it would be fine. ’cause I believe you can plug it into headphones that don’t have amps in them, at least I think, right? ‘Cause I don’t think a lot of headphones have amplifiers actually in them.
I think it’s powered. I don’t know, I might be wrong on that. But I don’t, I think it will take both, FuddyDuddied. Now you will wanna double-check on this, and this is one thing I’m not 110% sure on, but I’m like 90% sure that it should work with both. Okay, this next important topic is does it interface with a computer? Now, why would you need that? Well, there’s a couple of reasons. A lot of times, if you are writing music on your PC or something like that, you’ll need what’s called a midi controller, where it makes it a lot easier to write the music, because you can plug this into your computer, and then whatever input you put in on your keyboard will show up on the computer, pretty neat.
Now, it’s not absolutely a necessity. I feel like most people probably won’t need something like that, but it is very useful if you ever want your computer to interface with your, you know, your keyboard in any way. You will wanna consider this. The Roland keyboard I have does that. I’m pretty sure the YPG-535 does it. I’m not 100% sure, but I do know the 235 does, ’cause one of my students have one, and I plugged it in my computer one time, and it did register. So I’d imagine the 535 also interfaces with the computer. Another good thing about this is that if you have a piece of software that kind of checks what notes you’re playing and gives you feedback on whether you’re hitting right notes or wrong notes, that will require you, a lot of times, to plug in your keyboard to your computer, so you just wanna check. Does it have a USB port on the back? If it does, and, you know, you look at the instruction manual, you can look up any instruction manual to any keyboard online.
Just type in the name of the keyboard, you know, and then plus instructional manual, and then look through the manual to see if you can see if there’s any USB connectivity or USB ports on the back. If it has USB ports anywhere, it’s probably able to connect to a computer, and like I said, the Yamahas do have that ability, the Rolands do. Not sure about the… I’d imagine the Casio’s don’t, the really cheap ones. So that’s another thing to consider, does it plug into a computer? Okay, the last point, a big one, is how are the reviews? Does it have good reviews? Does the keyboard have bad reviews? You wanna check that out, very, very important.
So, looking at the YPG-535, I highly recommend this. If you’re interested in getting any of the keyboards in this lesson, I highly recommend you check out the links I’ve provided in the description, because those are special links. Those are what’s called affiliate links where if you buy the keyboard from that link, it won’t cost you any more money, but at the same time, it will actually help the channel grow, because it will help, you know, Amazon will give me a couple of dollars in return, or a certain percentage. It’s pretty low, but anything to help out the channel and help us to continue to grow. So I just wanna tell you about that. But if you look at the YPG-535, you click on the number there, or, well, here you go, and it takes you to the reviews. So as you can see, great for kids to take lessons on.
You know, pretty good review, and then you look through, and is adjustable and easy to move. So you wanna also take a look at what are these people valuing in their reviews? Are these things that you value? Are they things that matter to you? And if they’re complaining about things, are those things that matter to you, ’cause you’ll find some that have some negative reviews, but you’re like, you know what, the things people are complaining about, they don’t really matter to me. That’s not a feature I really cared about or something like that, so you wanna consider, are these reviews, do they relate to you on a practical level? And as you can see, all these reviews are great. Now, what you wanna do is you do want to look for three-star, two-star, and one-star reviews. You don’t wanna just check out the five-star reviews. This one has no one-star reviews. It has no two-star reviews, and it has no three-star reviews.
Only five-star reviews, 91%, and four-star reviews, at nine percent. Seriously, this is a good keyboard to buy if this is in your price range, right? You look at it, and you’re like, wow, not bad at all. Look at the common customer questions and answers. Is the music stand included? And then you wanna look at other things. So, you know, that’s something we talked about, and it can answer a lot of the questions that you already have about whatever keyboard you’re looking at. So, here’s a $111 keyboard. Let’s see how the reviews match up. It has four out of five star reviews overall. Not bad, right? But look here. Immediately, you see a three-star review that says power supply sold separate.
That is a pain in the butt. You don’t want that. You know, you want certainly a power supply, which is like really just the power cord to, you know, plug it in. You wanna be able to plug it in. Even my Roland keyboard, the expensive one, comes with a power cord. It needs to come with a power cord. This one says faulty model. Now, that might not be your experience. That might be like something, you know, off-hand, that somebody encountered at one time, but it might be something that you encounter right away. So you wanna be careful. Then there are some. So it looks like it’s like the keyboard’s okay, everything’s okay, and if you notice, though, that it’s not a really expensive keyboard, so it makes a lot of sense. So you wanna check out the reviews. You know, are the things people complaining about, are they a deal-breaker for you, or are they, you know, something that’s really not that important to you? So you wanna not only look at the reviews, but look at the common questions and the common things people are talking about with these keyboards. Okay, I wanna tell you some things before you go.
The first thing I wanna tell you about is you definitely wanna check out some of the playlists on the channel. I feel like it’s probably the most under-utilized thing on any YouTube channel is people do not check out the playlists. Especially with an educational channel such as this one, playlists are really important because they curate these videos together around a certain topic. So if you wanna learn about two-handed piano playing, maybe I’ll put one of the playlists around, or you want to get the very basics of playing piano, all collected into one playlist, you really wanna check out those playlists, because they’ll help gather all the lessons on the channel into a cohesive, you know, a cohesive, sequential thing that you’ll watch, and then you’ll get a lot more out of it in my opinion, so check out those playlists. Another thing I wanna tell you about is if you head over to pianolessonsontheweb.com, I have a lot of courses that I’ve made about piano and music. So they’re the same kind of lesson videos you’ll find here on the channel, plus a lot, lot more, and what I mean by that is you’ll get instructional videos along with printable sheet music examples, real songs to play, supporting materials, activities, you know, online learning activities, and a whole lot of other things to enhance your learning.
So you will get a lot more out of there. It also helps the channel grow, because, like I said, it costs a lot of time and money to run the channel, and by enrolling in the courses on the website, not only are you helping yourself learn a lot more about piano and music. You’re also helping out the channel and the worldwide effort to teach piano and music to everybody around the world if it’s possible. My goal with this is to expand the number of piano students in the world. So thank you for coming out, everybody, and I’ll check you out for the next lesson. Thank you so much..
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