Hi, I was just wond

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Hi, I was just wondering... I want to buy a digital piano, but I need a portable one. Now, I see there are quite a lot of them that are on stands, but I was wondering, are they just portable pianos that you can put on a stand, or are the pianos stuck to the stand? I mean, are the stand and piano seperate, or are they just like an accoustic piano, only digital? What I mean is something like this: http://www.music-instruments.biz/acatalog/AP80R_P.std.jpg
Last edited in 2017-05-11 20:10

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  • KatieKitty
    KatieKitty

    i say.... get a digital piano and put wheels on the bottom...

    11th May, 2017

  • Varonica
    Varonica

    sorry, double post..

    11th May, 2017

  • iveonlyjustbegun
    iveonlyjustbegun

    the most portable pianos aren't stuck to the standard. i have one too, and i have an apart standard for it, i can easily move it. yamaha and roland have very nice portable pianos.

    11th May, 2017

  • MichelleCheung
    MichelleCheung

    the most portable pianos aren't stuck to the standard. i have one too, and i have an apart standard for it, i can easily move it. yamaha and roland have very nice portable pianos.

    11th May, 2017

  • West
    West

    I have a Korg SP-300. It's got a full-sized 88 weighted pressure-sensitive keys and is technically portable (it's designed for band gigging). However, you need a screwdriver to take it apart and move it, and it's pretty heavy (e.g. I can carry it myself no problem, but my parents or wife can't move it without help). I say it's the best compromise around in terms of cost, portability, authentic tone/feel/appearance, and electronic features (e.g. metronome, voices, external pedal, transposition).

    11th May, 2017

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