An ongoing debate among music and piano teachers is which piano is the best. Pupils will always go to their piano teachers for advice when looking to buy a new piano, but what kind of instrument do they tend to recommend? While purists will always recommend an acoustic instrument, this comes with many problems which has lead to an increasing number of teachers recommending digital pianos as the instrument of choice.
Which Digital Piano to Pick?
Once piano teachers recommend a digital piano, the next question is always going to be“Which Brand?!” Piano teachers will usually exercise a preference for a particular brand, but generally this question will be answered according to your needs; you will find different digital piano brands cater for people who are looking for different things. A reasonable price, a top quality sound, a large range of features, and technical compatibility are all things that usually factor into a decision about which digital piano to go for. However, on today’s digital piano market there are a number of well-known digital piano brands offering instruments that score highly in all of these categories.
Introducing Chase and Kawai
Without a doubt, two of the most highly recommended piano brands by piano teachers are Chase and Kawai. Both brands offer a range of pianos with something to suit all needs, and they all score highly on price, sound quality, and features. They have recently released new models with the new Chase digital piano being the best possible option for lower budgets, and the new Kawai being the best for slightly higher budgets. The digital pianos offer a feature which is important to many piano teachers – the playback function. The Chase CDP-345 offers the feature of recording your playing directly onto a USB stick, and the Kawai KDP-110 allows you to record straight into the piano. Recording is an excellent way of self-evaluating your own practising and playing when learning to play the piano, and this feature is valued highly amongst piano teachers and music teachers alike!
The Best of Both
If you are interested in finding out more then have a look on the Chase Direct website or ring their friendly and knowledgeable piano team on 0161 244 5555. Other than their own brand, Chase Direct stock many brands of digital piano including Kawai digital pianos. If you are interested in knowing about the newest models, as mentioned above, then have a look at the Chase CDP-345 and the Kawai KDP-110. Explore the range of features the pianos offer to help you make a decision about which digital piano will suit you and your needs best!