Learning an instrument is a life skill that improves with age. It doesn't matter what age you start, what matters is that you're enjoying it.
Digital pianos have come a long way and the options below are not meant to become dust collectors.
Add headphones to these and either you or your loved one will be whisked away to a world of their own.
Here's our current best picks for Digital Pianos around $1000, if you have any questions we're ready to help you out at anytime, call, email, live chat, socials, whatever works best for you, get in touch and we'll help you pick the best option.
Roland FP-10 Digital Piano
Easily in the top five at this price point is the Roland FP-10. This model features Roland's PHA4 key action (the same action used in Roland’s more expensive home console pianos like the HP702).
The on-board sounds are hyper realistic for this price point and are always fun and inspiring to play. It also has a slimmer design than most and like all things Roland, is built like a brick surf club.
This model is amazing value for money and has everything you need and nothing you don’t!
Yamaha P-125a Digital Piano
aYamaha's P-125a is one of the biggest selling weighted action keyboards on the market and for good reason! The P-125a is a significant step up from Yamaha’s entry level P-45 and has an extensive set of features such as onboard recording, rhythms with accompaniment to play along with, increased number of onboard sounds and compatibility with Yamaha's LP1B triple pedal unit.
Yamaha’s GHS (Graded hammer standard) key action always feels great and the sounds are fantastic.
There’s not much else to say – it's a rock-solid performer and a classic for a reason.
ps. Also available in White!
Casio PX-S1100 Privia Portable Digital Piano
The PXS1100 is the entry model in Casio’s higher tier Privia family of keyboards.
It features Casio's super realistic ‘AiR’ sound engine that sounds phenomenal and easily competes with other keyboards many times the price.
The key action is surprisingly good - it’s amazing to have such good quality scaled hammer-action keys in such a slim (the world’s slimmest keyboard piano) and lightweight piano. It also has a striking modern design which looks super premium.
A staff favourite, we think Casio knocked it out of the park with this one.
Artesia Pro PA-88H+ Portable Digital Piano
This model may be towards the cheaper end of things however the sound quality and key-touch are great for the money.
With the option to connect a full 3-pedal sustain, soft & sostenuto pedal, it's a perfect model for the beginner wanting to step up to a weighted action keyboard and take their playing to the next level.
The Line Out connectivity features let you connect to additional speakers for live performances, or connect your headphones for private practice.
Kawai ES120B Digital Piano
The Kawai ES series has always been hugely popular and with the newest addition, the ES120, Kawai have taken things to new heights.
The sounds on board are now even better, with more realism and detail than ever before. The key-action is personally a big favourite of our Pianos Manager (Jonathan) and hard to beat for the money.
Add to that enhanced Bluetooth connectivity and a new modern visual redesign, the ES120 makes a very compelling case for best option around $1k.
An awesome new model by a great company that makes exceptional digital (and acoustic) pianos. Much excite.
Also available in White.
If none of these take your fancy don't worry, there's plenty more where that came from!
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