Digital Pianos

Welcome to High Quality Store Digital Pianos Collection



In the past, many households had a piano. And whoever could afford it, even put a wing in the salon. Made of real wood, with buttons in bright white and dark shimmering black. Every instrument a gem. For over 30 years, the piano has been the most popular musical instrument in Germany. But anyone who has ever moved with a piano or even a grand piano knows that these great instruments also have their disadvantages. They are not only heavy, but take away a lot of space in the apartment. And they are expensive too. But thanks to modern technology, there is a real alternative to the conventional piano: the electric piano. Even professional musicians are now increasingly working with the electronic version of the classic.


How does an electric piano work and what does it cost?

The conventional piano produces sounds by vibrating the strings and amplifying them with the aid of a sounding body. In the case of the electronic piano - known as the e-piano for short - everything runs electronically: The sounds are converted into an electronic or electrical signal, passed through an amplifier and then heard via loudspeakers or headphones. Meanwhile, most models are now so well developed that the feel and sound come very close to that of an acoustic piano. An electric piano offers almost the same performance as a conventional piano, but is much more space-saving and cheaper. So you get a simple model already from around 500 euros. If you want to spend even less, for example, because you first want to find out if playing the piano at all is something for you or your children, you can also buy a second-hand electric piano for the test. High-quality models with many features cost around 1,500 euros. With a good conventional piano, on the other hand, you quickly pay more than 5,000 euros.


What advantages does an electric piano still have?

Electric pianos have some other advantages compared to conventional pianos. Not only do they require less space, they are also much lighter and more flexible to stow away. You can easily transport them or store them assembled for a while when you do not need them. If you have a soundproof apartment, you need not worry that there is trouble with the neighbors. Because while acoustic pianos are very loud, you can adjust the volume of the electric piano individually or put on a headphone. While you hear everything you play, your environment does not get a single tone, so the rest of your family can sit in front of the TV while you play.

In addition, electric pianos with their technical capabilities provide a good motivation for beginners and children who are just learning to play the piano. So you can record, for example, played pieces and be played again or be accompanied by other instruments. You can also choose between different instrument variations such as harpsichord or organ and different acoustic environments. Advanced players can record samples, save effects, and combine everything on an electric piano.

Last but not least: In contrast to conventional pianos, e-pianos do not have to be tuned regularly.


I want to buy an electric piano - what should I pay attention to?

No matter whether you need an electric piano or want to buy a new one, there are certain things to keep in mind. So beginners should choose a simple model without too many features. This only complicates the operation and confused. Make sure the keyboard has a well-played, weighted attack and gives the feeling of sitting on a real piano. The quality of the speakers and the sound of the electric piano also play a role. If you have the opportunity, try out the instruments before you buy - then you'll quickly know what suits you best and suits you.