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Digital pianos are types of pianos that serve as an alternative to acoustic and traditional pianos. A digital piano doesn’t have strings but simulates the sounds created by acoustic and traditional pianos. Some digital pianos take the form of traditional pianos while others beg to differ and take on a more modern look and compact size. If you still aren’t sure if a digital piano is the exact type of piano for you, here is a short list to consider.
Digital pianos do not rely on strings but on simulated sounds from traditional pianos – most of the time grand pianos. Sure the zero need for that occasional expensive tuning is tempting enough but you should also consider that digital pianos of low quality are sure to produce low quality sounds as well. Unlike traditional pianos, digital pianos usually contain more than piano voices. Most digital pianos also contain other instrument sounds such as strings, guitars, percussions and much more. Most piano learners also prefer digital pianos as opposed to traditional ones due to the many features it has that promote and assist learning. Features like built in recorders, playback and even metronomes have been of great help to many learners. Digital pianos also allow for privacy as you can opt to use headphones and keep your practice sessions solely to yourself. Finally, digital pianos come in numerous sizes and designs. This allows for a wider selection to choose from.
Electric pianos produce sounds mechanically and the sounds are turned into electrical signals by pickups. Unlike a synthesizer, the electric piano is not an electronic instrument, but electro-mechanical.
For buyers and piano enthusiasts in Australia who wish to know more of the brands and models of digital pianos in their area, contact Carlingford Music Centre. Carlingford Music Centre is the exclusive distributor of famed brands which are top quality and world class.