#1
i'm interested in starting to learn piano.
The problem is i have no idea where to begin.
Nothing to do with playing i just have no idea what to look for.
There's no room in my house for a piano so i'd be looking into a keyboard.
Anybody have any good suggestions that aren't too expensive?

I'm looking for something with 88 keys and i only need it to sound like a piano not a synth or anything.
#3
Get one that has the touch sensitive thing?

So you have have dynamics...


Dunno.


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#5
Get a digital piano, it's not as big as an acoustic one and plays/sounds like a piano. I'd suggest taking lessons, that's how I learned

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#6
88 keys are ALWAYS over £200 if not more, for a decent one atleast

Better off with 66 or 46 or whatever the number is, it'll be cheaper and you'll actually be able to move it around

Look at the Casio-3000
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#9
if you're in canada then kijiji. my friend got TWO real pianos last week from kijiji, i'm sure you can find the keyboard that you're looking for on there too for cheap. just ask the seller if you can swing by and try it out etc.

if you're not canadian then go to any music shop with pianos n keyboards, try some out, find the one you like and search it on ebay for cheap.
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#11
What priceclass are you in?
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#12
Most keyboards can reproduce any sound you want, including piano.

Quick note if you are going to start: the most difficult thing at the beginning is getting the two hands independent. It's like bar chords when you start guitar, so practice a lot and don't give up! It's easy after you get it.
#13
i think i have to say under 300 euro.
i can't afford to save up too much at the moment
#14
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i think i have to say under 300 euro.
i can't afford to save up too much at the moment

Try the M-audio keystation 61 ES. I'm using it and I think it's very good for that price (like 180 euro). The keys are semi-weighted and velocity sensitive. If you want a better feel you might have to double the price.
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#15
Easy. Buy a keyboard or a piano. Then buy an adult beginners practise book. Then take grades. Taking grades will make you all the better.
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