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Everything You Need to Know About 88 Keys Digital Piano

88 Keys Digital Piano

Are you a music enthusiast looking for the perfect digital piano to add to your musical instrument collection? You might be wondering what makes a digital piano with 88 key’s so special and how to find the best one for your needs.

In this article, we will explore everything you need to know about 88 Keys digital pianos, from their dimensions to the benefits of owning one, to help you make an informed decision.

Now before we begin let’s figure out,

Why is an 88 Keys Digital Piano a good option for beginners? 

Remember the times when your mother got you a bigger-sized piece of clothing so it could fit you the next year, and the year(s) after?

No?

You probably had a very generous mother.

But for the ones who do remember,

An 88 keys Digital Piano will do what your mother did- kill the need for a new upgrade!

It will see you through your journey from a beginner to a professional pianist. These pianos are versatile and have enough keys for you to be able to play a wide range of notes.

Now let’s talk about,

How to find the Best 88 Keys Digital Piano for Beginners?

If you are a beginner, choosing the right digital piano with 88 key’s on it, can be overwhelming. With so many options available in the market, it can be a task to pick the one that suits your needs.

Here are some factors you should consider before making a purchase:

Keyboard Action – The keyboard action determines how the keys respond when you play them. For beginners, it is recommended to choose a full-sized digital piano with a weighted or semi-weighted keyboard action. This will help you develop proper finger strength and technique.

Sound Quality – The sound quality of a digital piano is crucial. Look for a piano with high-quality speakers and authentic sound samples to provide you with a realistic playing experience.

Portability – A digital piano with 88 key’s is essentially a full-sized digital piano, therefore, it will naturally be bigger than a 73 or 61 keys digital piano, so if you plan to move the piano frequently or have limited space, consider a portable digital piano’s that is lightweight and easy to move around.

Based on these factors,

Kadence’s Digital Piano model- “DP02” is an excellent choice for beginners. It features 88 weighted keys, realistic sound samples, and a compact design that is perfect for small spaces.

Moreover, it is an affordable option that doesn’t compromise on quality.

Dimensions of a Typical 88 Keys Digital Piano

The size and weight of digital piano vary depending on a lot of factors including but not limited to its model, brand, and the number of keys it has. 

Here are the typical dimensions of a digital piano that has 88 keys:

Length – The length ranges from 48 inches to 60 inches. The average length is around 53 inches.

Width – The width ranges from 10 inches to 16 inches. The average width is around 14 inches.

Height – The height ranges from 28 inches to 50 inches. The average height is around 30 inches.

If you have limited space, consider purchasing an 88 keys digital piano with a compact design, like Kadence’s DP02. It comes in 3 exciting colours: White, Brown and Black.

Now let’s talk about the,

The Benefits of Owning a Digital Piano with 88 key’s

A traditional acoustic piano comes with 88 keys, and therefore a digital piano with the same number of keys can give you a similar, realistic playing experience.

It Offers a wide range of sound options. The 88 keys allow you to play a huge selection of notes and the added features of a digital piano take the whole experience notches up.

They are lightweight and have a portable design.

You can connect them to a computer or digital device for recording and composing

The cost-to-benefit ratio of owning one is way higher than traditional pianos.

I hope we have covered everything that you needed to know about an 88 keys digital piano. If you have any further questions or topics that you want us to cover, you can reach out to us through the comment section below or through Kadence support.

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