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Welcome to the category dedicated to digital pianos. Explore our extensive selection of models specially designed for both amateur and professional musicians.

Digital pianos offer high-quality sound and advanced features to enhance your musical experience.

Browse our range and find the digital piano that meets your expectations. Let yourself be guided to express your musical passion in an elegant and contemporary way through our diverse assortment, including series from renowned brands such as Roland, Yamaha, Kawai, and many others, available for sale.

What is the distinction between an electronic piano and a digital piano?

The main difference between a digital piano and an electronic piano lies in the reproduction of sound and piano touch. The digital piano aims to faithfully reproduce the sound and touch of an acoustic piano.

  • The digital piano has a keyboard with weighted keys and offers different sounds similar to the struck strings of a real piano. Luxury pianos, such as the Yamaha Clavinova, use sophisticated samples to replicate the complex sound of an acoustic piano.
  • Some digital pianos have advanced options like MIDI interface for connecting to computers. An electronic piano is portable and less expensive, producing sounds with synthesizers or pre-recorded sounds.
  • Electronic pianos are not as good as digital pianos in terms of touch and sound. They are suitable for certain music styles and mobile use but are not as sophisticated.
  • For those seeking a traditional experience with the benefits of modern technology, the digital piano is often the preferred choice.

What are the advantages of a digital piano?

Unlike acoustic pianos such as upright or grand pianos, these instruments emit electronic sound with different tones. Digital pianos are becoming increasingly popular as they are very practical and can be used in various ways.

  • Perfect keyboard for learning to play, composing, recording music, and even performing live.
  • Digital pianos allow volume adjustment and headphone play, ideal for apartment living or discreet practice.
  • Enjoy options such as a built-in metronome, a variety of tones including pianos, electric pianos, strings, bass, and much more.
  • The piano is often equipped with MIDI input/output, which can be in MIDI 5-pin or USB. This feature allows connection to a computer or another instrument, expanding its capabilities.

Choosing your digital piano to start?

If you are considering starting to learn the keyboard, you may be wondering why choose a digital piano. These contemporary instruments provide a perfect introduction to music, combining educational options, authentic experience, and great flexibility.

  • Realistic touch sensation: Experience the authentic feel of a piano keyboard with weighted keys, similar to that of an acoustic piano.
  • Piano sounds and various high-quality instruments to stimulate your musical creativity.
  • Educational options: Choose a digital piano that includes educational options to facilitate your musical learning.
  • Size and weight: Choose a compact and lightweight model, ideal for limited spaces and easy to move.
  • Connectivity: Check connectivity options to integrate your digital piano with other instruments, enhancing your musical experience.
  • Budget: Set a realistic budget and explore options that offer the best value for beginners.

How to choose the best digital piano?

Choosing the best digital piano can be an important and challenging task.

  • Opt for a digital keyboard with 88 keys using Graded Hammer technology.
  • Choose a digital piano that offers an authentic sound of an acoustic piano.
  • Choose a model with suitable polyphony for your musical needs.
  • MIDI connection is convenient. It connects your piano to other instruments and software for easy recording of your pieces.
  • For those who move frequently, a portable digital piano is more recommended than a console digital piano.
  • Don't forget to explore additional options that can make your musical experience more interesting:
  • Recording capability, metronome, rhythms for accompaniment, sound effects, and interactive lessons.

Essential accessories for digital pianos:

Before buying your digital piano, consider accessories that will enhance your playing experience. Here are some choices suitable for amateur musicians:

  • Headphones: Choose a good pair of headphones to play silently and immerse yourself fully in your music.
  • Keyboard stand: Make sure to have a sturdy keyboard stand for your portable digital piano. Whether you prefer a fixed or foldable model for convenience during travel, the choice of the stand is crucial.
  • Adjustable bench: A comfortable and adjustable bench is essential for maintaining a proper posture during your extended playing sessions. Stability and comfort are crucial for optimal musical practice.
  • Choose a sustain pedal of quality.
  • Protective cover: Protect your instrument by using a suitable cover. It will prevent dust, scratches, and temperature variations, ensuring better longevity for your digital piano.

Do you need to tune a digital piano?

Generally, digital keyboards do not need to be tuned in the same way as classical pianos. These instruments use electronic technology to produce sound. They do not have mechanical parts that can be affected by temperature, humidity, or wear, unlike acoustic pianos.

What price for a digital piano?

The price of the instrument can vary considerably depending on various factors, such as the brand, model, and options.

Digital pianos intended for beginners are available from 250 euros. These portable instruments generally offer excellent value for money and are well-suited for learning the basics of the piano.

High-end keyboards, intended for professional musicians, may require a larger investment, sometimes reaching several thousand euros.


In summary, digital keyboards and pianos combine tradition and modern technology, producing a variety of sounds and options. Appreciated for their versatility, they are suitable for learning, composing, and live performances.

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