Buying A Digital Or Acoustic Piano From A Bay Area Authorized Yamaha Piano Store
Choosing between an acoustic piano and a digital one can be difficult, unless there are specific qualities you’re looking for, such as portability for playing at concerts. For strictly home usage, either piano would be very good, although if you wanted to avoid disturbing the rest of the household, you might want to go digital and use headphones that would prevent sound from passing all throughout the house. Here is a breakdown of the differences between the two kinds of pianos, to help you make a more informed decision when it comes time to purchase your new Yamaha piano.
Why Learn On a Digital Piano?
Whether you are playing the intro to Clocks by Coldplay or you are playing Chopin’s, the piano has the power to move, excite, and inspire. The only hurdle you have between you and playing that favorite song is learning how to first place it and practicing it in a way that you can play it well enough. Taking Bay Area piano lessons and working with an experienced and well qualified piano teacher gives you an opportunity to establish some of the best techniques. However, the authentic playability, natural sound and innovative features found in a digital piano help in making learning more enjoyable.
Yamaha announced their latest piano in their series of AvantGrand pianos known as the NU1X. The NU1X is the successor to its very successful NU1 upright hybrid piano. The company has made some major updates to the AvantGrand NU1X as described in June 2013 by keyboard magazine. Some of the updates include the new gold standard that is in a self-contained but compact acoustic piano replacement. This feature elevates the piano playing experience to a level of quality that is unmatched in an instrument of this form. Continue reading
Yamaha’s new Clavinova CSP Digital Piano is something that’s never been seen before! It is the world’s first piano that is able to scan a user’s music library on a smart tablet and transfer those notes and chords to the piano in the form of lights. Even if you have never played the piano before, owners of this Clavinova will now be able to follow the stream of lights and play the tune to their favorite songs! Continue reading
When choosing between an acoustic piano and electric piano, there are several things to consider. From budget and space to technique and design, a lot is different about acoustic pianos from the electric ones. Continue reading
Which Should I Buy?
Whether you’re the parent of a budding piano prodigy or an indie music producer/recording artist, you want a new piano, but you’re not sure whether to go digital or acoustic. Here are 3 questions that will help you get more clarity before you visit your Bay Area piano store:
Bay Area Piano Store To Offer Yamaha’s Newest Piano!
Have you ever wished you could enjoy the benefits of a digital piano, the appearance of an upright piano, and the sound of a grand piano all at once? Customers and owners of Bay Area digital piano stores feel the same – and now their wishes have been granted. Continue reading
Choosing the right piano in the Bay Area
You’ve been on a whirlwind tour of Bay Area piano stores. Whether your daughter could be the next great piano prodigy of the 21st Century; or you’re a recording artist who needs a newer instrument, you’re struggling to figure out what instruments might be the most appropriate for you.
When Pianos Plus opened its doors over four decades ago, we never thought that we’d be selling digital pianos — in fact, such instruments seemed like the stuff of science fiction. Continue reading