Yamaha DGX-660 Review

This is a premium portable model. Also known as “Portable Grand”, the DGX comes with 88 keys and a great quality piano sound, along with a lot of functions for learning, playing and entertaining. In this review, I will concentrate on the physical aspects and connectivity, how does an experienced player feel the touch of the keys, the sounding and richness of its instrument voices, and the operability and function of its several features.

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Yamaha PSR-E263 Review

Yamaha PSR E263: 7 reasons why you should buy this keyboard to learn to play piano in 2019 Nice things: 400 clear and fresh voices 9-step lesson system Recording feature Duo mode that turns one piano into two Compact layout Not so nice things: Doesn’t come with power cord. Summary: This electric piano is a great option for starter and intermediate players. But it’s the Duo Mode what makes the difference by turning a single piano into a dual learning machine.

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Alesis Recital Review

You’ve probably heard of Alesis if you’re familiar with the piano community, and also know what kind of keyboard they make. From a small manufacturer in the mid 80s, they now produce any kind of electronics, including now digital pianos. Among the electronics they produce we may find digital audio interfaces, drum machines, recording equipment, alongside other percussion and more general audio products. Regardless of being widely surpassed by other giant elite companies, Alesis still wants to make space and carve a niche for their products, and the niche they…

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Yamaha P71 Review

What does The Yamaha P71 Offer? With high-end acoustic piano voices backed with amazing quality sound and good resonance, Yamaha surpassed itself. Yamaha holds the quality of the keys in a way no other brand has ever done, with the amazing technology of Yamaha’s entry level Graded Hammer Standard. It brings realistic weighted 88 action keys that will make you feel like you’re playing a real grand piano. This is the Amazon Exclusive P71 full sized electric digital piano. To completely support your keyboard with easy this product you can…

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Casio LK-265 Review

Casio LK-265 Detailed Review and What is Dance Music Mode ? With the Chordana Play lesson app you can make learning and rehearsing as simple as possible, you just need to link the app with the Casio LK-265 and you’re good to go. Just with push of a button you can play lots of inbuilt instruments sounds in the background. The dance music mode is on the of the coolest and funniest features the Casio LK-265 offers. You activate a type of electronic dance music you like by just pushing…

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Casio CTK-3500 Review

If you are looking for the easiest and most fun way to learn how to play the piano, Casio CTK-3500 61-Key Touch Sensitive Portable Keyboard is your best choice. Don’t worry about getting frustrated halfway while you learn, you’ll pretend incredibly without realizing it. It has the Chordana Play application that helps you in your learning to make it more fun and didactic, by using it on your Tablet or Smartphone you can practice wherever you go, creating your own songs or using your own favorite music. The Casio CTK-3500…

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Tuner For Violin

In a time where there are many electric tuners, applications, and software available nowadays to make tuning your instrument a breeze, it’s still important to tune your instrument by ear. It’s a skill that any serious musician should learn if they want to improve their craft and become a good player.  And the best thing is that tuning by ear is free and uses only your skill. Thank you and spread the word! Tuning the Violin It is important that you should always tune from below the note, up when…

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Carbon Fiber Violin

The Technically Exceptional Carbon Fiber Violins in the World An Instant Classic The first thing that will catch your attention when you play the Carbon Fiber Violin is that it immediately notices the tremendous power that it produces. Professional and experienced players tell us how balanced and easy they are to play. World travelers are no longer held in airports having to show endangered wood credentials for their conventional violin. You can play anywhere in the world without worry. We have even witnessed some carbon fiber violin being played underwater.…

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Most Expensive Violin

“I know that the most joy in my life has come to me from my violin”, Albert Einstein said. Yes, even the renowned genius has been tamed by the violin.   What makes the violin so expensive? Primarily it takes centuries to create a name that can be sold a million-dollar violin in the market today. Antonio Stradivari and Giuseppe Guarneri were only a few of the famous    luthier in the world. They are famous for producing the best violins the world has ever seen and heard. Another reason…

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Parts of a Violin

Ever wonder what are the parts of a violin? Well, I bet you wouldn’t only until you get interested to this instrument or maybe you love to listen to the tune of it. So, today let’s dig deeper and learn about this instrument. Of course, it’ll be a little help knowing the background of this instrument. A violin is a wooden instrument that is played by drawing a bow across the strings but you may also use your fingers to pluck it. That would be a little harder though, I…

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