20th December 2013
A digital piano is a great option if you are looking for a piano with all the convenience of modern features, whilst benefitting from a classic style. Many of our customers who have been lifelong acoustic piano players are now switching to digital pianos and here at the Broughton Pianos blog, we’d like to share more information about digital pianos with you.
Digital pianos are also known as electric pianos and, as mentioned previously, they are fast becoming one of our most popular ranges here at Broughton Pianos. Some of the major names in digital pianos that we stock at our online store are Yamaha and Kawai, both of which are producing world-class pianos that are renowned by pianists across the globe. Brand new models in digital pianos are coming out all of the time, with small tweaks to the features and upgrades to the sound and feel of the pianos to make them a closer match to the acoustic models you will be used to.
Digital pianos are incredibly versatile and are an exciting instrument for both experienced pianists and beginners, especially children who are used to using digital formats for everything! Going digital with your piano playing allows you to avoid some of the pitfalls of traditional acoustic piano ownership, such as having to pay for tuning on a regular basis and not being able to move your piano without assistance. Instead, digital pianos can be transported more easily and won’t be knocked off-balance by the experience. Another benefit is that you can also use headphones with your digital piano, so that you can practice in complete silence without disturbing others in your house.
What’s more, switching to a digital piano is much more enjoyable than ever before, as the latest models accurately replicate traditional piano sounds for the ultimate authentic experience. Many people cannot hear the difference between a digital and acoustic piano, which understandably has won the electric piano many new fans over recent years! The feel of a digital piano is also similar to an acoustic piano thanks to the weighted keys.
If you’re thinking of making the switch to a digital piano and you’d like to find out more about the Kawai pianos and Yamaha pianos that we have in stock, our team are always happy to talk you through the latest features. We aim to provide you with the right information so that you can purchase an electric piano that is right up to date and has all the things you need to develop your playing.
Broughton Pianos is a family business with over 30 years experience in the piano trade and we have one of the largest showrooms in the UK. We always aim to offer our customers the highest quality pianos at the best possible price. To find out more, please feel free to contact us through our website by filling in the contact form or give us a call on 01562 731113 and one of us will be more than happy to help you.