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Hey! I have a question for you musically talented individuals out there. I’m looking to start a new hobby and I’ve been super interested in electronic pianos and I want recommendations for starters. I’ve been staring at the Yamaha NP12 mostly because it’s cheap and it’s the first one google came up with, but I just want some opinions from people who might know about this stuff.

 

https://www.guitarcenter.com/Yamaha/NP12-61-Key-Entry-Level-Piaggero-Ultra-Portable-Digital-Piano-White-1500000003555.gc

 

 

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34 minutes ago, FatherHanz said:

Logitech makes very good mechanical keyboards!

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hmm with my piano expertice i would say get a piano that makes noise.... i think thats a good start 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Disclaimer: I know nothing about pianos .

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First of all, are you getting a keyboard to try and get into playing piano, or are you trying to make beats good sir?

https://usa.yamaha.com/products/musical_instruments/keyboards/portable_keyboards/psr-e360/index.html

The PSR line is very user friendly and in general very well made, they sound awesome. 
 

The E360 is more of the low end but at the same time it doesn’t really crap out on anything. Over all a good starter. 
 

 

now if you want a legit starter I’d go with the EW300. All personal preference at this point.

 

https://usa.yamaha.com/products/musical_instruments/keyboards/portable_keyboards/psr-ew300/index.html

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Easiest money saver is using a software like Kontakt and getting a MIDI keyboard

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1 hour ago, Craigary said:

First of all, are you getting a keyboard to try and get into playing piano, or are you trying to make beats good sir?

https://usa.yamaha.com/products/musical_instruments/keyboards/portable_keyboards/psr-e360/index.html

The PSR line is very user friendly and in general very well made, they sound awesome. 
 

The E360 is more of the low end but at the same time it doesn’t really crap out on anything. Over all a good starter. 
 

 

now if you want a legit starter I’d go with the EW300. All personal preference at this point.

 

https://usa.yamaha.com/products/musical_instruments/keyboards/portable_keyboards/psr-ew300/index.html

Just looking to start out and just play it for fun.

 

 

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I’d say go with a Yamaha P-45, this is what I first used when I started to learn piano and it serves you well for a noob, also the Yamaha P-125 is also a good option from what I hear cause that’s what my friend used when we learned together, it’s also weighted so it’ll be better to have a weighted now so you get use to that pressure difference needed to produce more of a sound, and in turn if you play an acoustic keyboard you’ll be somewhat similar already to how it has to be played.

Id say spend more money now on something good instead of buying something cheap, cause at the end of the day if you don’t like it cool, you can usually sell or return it depending where you buy it, if you do like it than you got a nice ass keyboard that you won’t have to replace for a while, so spending more on your initial investment would be better. For weighted though you’ll have to practice a lot of finger placement so you can find a good spot that allows you to either press a key softly or hard to bring out loud sound. And if you don’t want a weighted keyboard the NP-32 is good and same with the NP-12

Else than that if you get lessons learn outside and practice outside them cause  doing the bare minimum will not help you learn, else than that learn the piano and it sure will help you get some pussy and I can say that from experience.

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On 7/15/2021 at 5:42 PM, Piff said:

I’d say go with a Yamaha P-45, this is what I first used when I started to learn piano and it serves you well for a noob, also the Yamaha P-125 is also a good option from what I hear cause that’s what my friend used when we learned together, it’s also weighted so it’ll be better to have a weighted now so you get use to that pressure difference needed to produce more of a sound, and in turn if you play an acoustic keyboard you’ll be somewhat similar already to how it has to be played.

Id say spend more money now on something good instead of buying something cheap, cause at the end of the day if you don’t like it cool, you can usually sell or return it depending where you buy it, if you do like it than you got a nice ass keyboard that you won’t have to replace for a while, so spending more on your initial investment would be better. For weighted though you’ll have to practice a lot of finger placement so you can find a good spot that allows you to either press a key softly or hard to bring out loud sound. And if you don’t want a weighted keyboard the NP-32 is good and same with the NP-12

Else than that if you get lessons learn outside and practice outside them cause  doing the bare minimum will not help you learn, else than that learn the piano and it sure will help you get some pussy and I can say that from experience.

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1 hour ago, Taz said:

lmfaooo look at this mozart ass boy over here lmaoo

 

 

this is a joke dont fucking shoot me 

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