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.
Re: digital pianos 19:41 on Friday, March 31, 2017
I see in the market a lot of brands of piano, but the nice one is Yamaha P95. This piano instrument is famous for its sound quality. As compared to a performance, it contains 88 note keyboard with a great set of sound.