Discussion in 'Music, Box Office, TV & Books' started by Aliboy, 14 Mar 2010.
Can anyone recommend a semi decent one at around £150 for starting out on?
Thanks in advance
Logitech G15 can be had for around £70, the V1 was better though If I'm honest.
Yamaha always used to be best but it's ages since I played (badly).
Mine was £20... You seem to have the jist of using one... seeing as you managed to type that post....
errrrrm think he meant the musical instrument?
Yamaha are your best bet, take a look at some of their entry level stuff.
Sorry I should have said that at the start
Yeah, it's the musical kind
There's a music forum, with a few threads already related to questions like this one.
Keyboard or Piano ???
There are pianos for £150?
I would suggest something like this for maximum versatility.
Keyboard: as it needs to be portable and small enough to pop into my room at college
Electric Pianos? They're not the same as keyboards technically speaking.
I got a digital one for £300...in the grand scheme is not that far off. It's a Yamaha, hammer action, 88 keys and pedal is all one asks for, even have a MIDI out should i want to play Garage Band on my mac.
I asked because it is totally different, if OP wants to play the piano then save up and get one, start on a keyboard and then move across is quite different/difficult, so i've been told.
Seeing as you can plug that keyboard into your computer, I'm assuming that there's software out there that can help you to learn how to play? It does look like a nice keyboard though. Nice and sleek
As with any keyboard look to learn the home row keys first.
http://www.synthesiagame.com/ is a great piece of software for learning piano.
I Have the M-Audio keyboard my self and I couldn't recommend it more.
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