The Best Keyboards of 2017

from beginners to the advanced player!

 

Finding the right keyboard can be a long process, especially on the internet. We created a list of great options from beginners just starting out to the player wanting something more robust.

Wondering if you need to have a full, upright piano to progress? 90% percent of our piano students take weekly in-home lessons on an electric keyboard. A student can progress the just as wonderfully on a keyboard as they would on a professional piano.

Our top picks include keyboard packages to keep the shopping list simple, affordable, and easy. Furthermore, our options are all available on Amazon and are Prime eligible or free shipping!

61 Keys


$129.95-Casio CTK2400 PPK 61-Key Portable Keyboard Package

  • 61 Key Keyboard
  • Samson HP30 closed-cup headphones
  • X-style stand


$97.98-Yamaha YPT255 61-Key Keyboard Pack

  • 61 Key Keyboard
  • Samson HP30 Headphones
  • X-Style Keyboard Stand

76 Keys


$279.95-Yamaha YPG-235 76-Key Portable Grand Piano Premium Pack

  • 76 piano-style keys with Graded Soft Touch action
  • Backlit LCD, panel lights, pitch bend wheel, 6-track sequencer to record your own music
  • Samson HP30 Headphones
  • X-Style Keyboard Stand


$369.99-Yamaha NP32 76-Key Lightweight Portable Keyboard Package

  • 76 piano-style keys with Graded Soft Touch action
  • Yamaha PKBS1 Adjustable X-Style Keyboard Stand
  • Padded Keyboard Bench
  • 2 Year Warranty

88 Keys


$799.99-Yamaha DGX-660 88 Weighted Keys Digital Piano Bundle

  • Authentic piano touch, 88-note weighted Grand hammer action keyboard
  • Up-right furniture stand & Knox piano bench
  • dust cover
  • headphones


$1,699.99-Yamaha Arius YDP-181 Traditional Console Style Digital Piano with Bench, Rosewood

  • 88-key GH(Graded Hammer) weighted action keyboard
  • Dynamic Stereo Sampling AWM piano with 128-note polyphony
  • 2-track, 3-song recorder
  • USB TO DEVICE port
  • LED Display

We help families pick the perfect keyboards for the students daily. Keyboards are just as efficient for piano lessons for beginners. If you would like more information in addition regarding picking the right instrument for your child or starting weekly piano lessons for beginners, contact us by calling 281-401-9580 or by filling out our contact form on the right to get started!

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