Buying a Piano or Keyboard

It is essential to have a reliable instrument that suits your requirements for both lessons and daily practise.

An instrument to practise on between lessons is essential before starting the piano.

There are many quality brands of pianos to choose from when making your purchase such as Yamaha or Kawai

A more affordable option when making that first step is to buy or trial a digital piano.

A digital piano with weighted keys would last a student until a grade five standard or around five years of playing. At this point you would consider buying a real piano.

A good starting point would be the Privia PX 150 digital piano which Morris Brothers Music have for rent/hire at around $55/ month. You could also buy one outright for $699 complete with pedal and stand and USB input. A record and playback function is useful for the student’s own listening and monitoring.

Morris Brothers Music located in Stafford, has a wide range of new and second hand pianos as well as higher entry digital pianos if you were after something more professional.

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