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Q: What is the best digital piano under $500?

A: Along with the Casio keyboards, it’s also the only piano under $500 that uses 3-sensor detection system (as opposed to 2-sensor), and has ivory feel keys. The PHA-4 Standard is found in many beginner digital pianos from Roland, including the much more expensive FP-60, RP-102, F-140R.

Q: Is a digital piano a good investment for beginners?

A: If you’re not a complete beginner, you might want to take a look at our Top List for Intermediate Players (Under $700), which also covers portable digital pianos. These keyboards usually have more sounds, features, and realism, which makes them a better long-term investment. This means, there’s more time before you ‘outgrow’ your instrument.

Q: Which piano keyboard should I buy?

A: If your main goal is to play piano that you’ll definitely want a keyboard with hammer action keys. It’s the key action that feels close to the real piano keys and will help you build proper finger strength and technique, making it much easier to transition to an acoustic in the future (if you decide to).

Q: Which digital pianos have Bluetooth?

A: Among the digital pianos listed, Roland FP-10 is the only digital piano that has Bluetooth. Recording function – It benefits you while practicing and composing. For players from any level, you can use it to record your performance and check where you get wrong. It makes your practice more effectively.