The benefits of a digital piano and choosing the right one.
Unlike a traditional piano, the digital variety never needs tuning, the volume is adjustable and it won’t take up half your living room. In fact, because it’s so lightweight, a digital piano can easily be moved around your house.
You can also do a lot more cool stuff with a digital piano, starting with the always-appreciated headphone feature. You can record what you’re playing on the instrument itself. Or, choose one with a USB and/or CD drive to record your music and play downloaded songs from the web. If your computer has midi capabilities, connect it to your digital piano and enjoy making music in a whole new way.
Digital piano vs. keyboard.
Studies show that children practicing on a portable keyboard progress more slowly than those using an acoustic or high-quality digital piano. And because routine practice is the foundational development of any skill, it’s really important to equip children for success by making sure they have a solid learning instrument.
Playing the piano should be exciting and fun for students, but it’s hard to get jazzed about playing a toy piano. Having a digital piano for at-home practice helps your child achieve their full potential – and enjoy a rewarding musical experience that will last their lifetime.