If you're a musician, when you hear somebody talking about keyboards, you know they're not talking computers. The keyboard, a lightweight, portable, upright electric piano, is the key to cool for the plugged in generation.
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With the advancement of chip technology, boards continue to evolve. The simple act of keyboarding is only the starting point for your boards. With drum beats, midi melodies, looping, digital recording, today's boards can make your novice sound like a pro.
Traditional piano makers have keyed in on excellence alive with a long line of quality boards. Board makers such as Yamaha, Kawai, Kimball, and Roland offer entry level boards as well as highly advanced for the experienced key tappin' musician.
With so many board choices, keyboarders might be wondering how to key in on a winner. If you're on the hunt for a board, check out our tips to help your decision.
Have fun. Playing the keys is a magical way of making music. So, be sure to keep the spirits high and the music flowing. Get keyed up today.
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Piano keyboards generally make us think of the plain and ordinary upright piano.
But there are so many different forms of piano keyboard to choose from you won't know where to start.
Many keyboards are specifically designed for a particular style of music. For instance, once your fingers hit the keys of a Roland digital keyboard you'll want to start your own band.
Playing the piano will never be the same again!
Playing the piano with style and grace is what you'll discover when you sit down to play on a Kawai or a Baldwin keyboard. You'll find yourself playing with more confidence and enjoying piano practice again, and more often.
Yamaha keyboards differ from the Yamaha pianos and are designed to be as easy to play as possible while leaving you with lingering notes long after you leave those keys. With so many choices to choose from there shouldn't be anything holding you back from getting online and spending your keyboard savings.
If you're avoiding your keyboard because classical and contemporary piano music aren't your thing, go electronic and you can jazz up your style by keying bebop style on a Kimball keyboard.
Pianists can entertain family and friends by playing keyboards the next time they get together. They're so portable you can take the keyboard wherever you go.
If you're just starting you can learn on a boring old upright piano but once you've hit the keys of an electronic keyboard and heard the full range of what it can do, Beethoven piano concertos will never seem quite the same again
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