Casio's Next-Gen Privia Piano
High quality for its compact design
This is a pretty solid keyboard option if you're looking for something to recreate the feeling of an acoustic piano but are very limited on space, as I was. The slim dimensions, while maintaining full-size keys and a weighted feel, are impressive. The playing is good; the keys are heavily weighted and scaled, though you won't be fooled into actually thinking you're playing an acoustic grand at any point. I personally don't love the ivory/ebony 3D texture on the keys, but you might.The biggest issue is the back-facing speakers: if you're playing the keyboard up against a wall, as I am, the sound gets slightly muffled.I chose the option with the stand included. The stand is very sturdy and attractive, and took me maybe an hour to assemble alone.For the price and the streamlined size, this is a great choice of keyboard.
I love this product. I'm just a beginner piano player hut this keyboard is light enough and sounds great to my untrained ear. The keyboard comes with the power supply and music stand. They keys feel very realistic overall the functions of it are pretty easy to use.The stand is an MDF but it feels great because it is plastic coated so it feels much more durable and is very sturdy. There is even a metal support rod that really pulls it all together to make the stand and piano a rigid body.Setup was easy and I was able to be playing in less than an hour.
Absolutely love this keyboard! It has the most perfect weighted keys and I love the sound. Definitely an awesome buy! The pedal shown is not what comes with the bundle, the one that comes is square and I prefer the realistic pedals.
Affordable, High Quality, Versatile
Incredibly easy to assemble too.
Best for value
It is perfect size and tone. I live it