Digital pianos are best for people who have just started to learn playing this musical instrument. It provides beginners a glimpse of a realistic, fully weighted and full-sized keyboard action.
Digital pianos are affordable, light and do not require any tuning. These qualities make it easier for students to use the piano conveniently. On the other hand, acoustic pianos require maintenance, tuning and large amounts of space. Some of the brands and models beginners can opt to buy include the Yamaha P-35, the Kawai ES100 and the Yamaha P-105, among others. All of these digital pianos are practical to use because of their light weight and slim lines. Digital pianos also have built-in recorders, which students and teachers can use whenever they want to evaluate and assess progress.