If you really want to play beautiful music nothing compares to a real piano, nothing quite captures the expression and warmth of a hammer hitting a string. What you sacrifice in space, you make up for in sound. A lot of people buying real pianos also take in to consideration how the piece looks in the room.A real piano often makes the room which is especially true for a grand piano!. Real pianos gives you an authentic, acoustic sound that has a warmer, more resonant tone. You also have better control over the articulation and expression of the musical notes. If looking at new pianos we would suggest the Kawai pianos or Yamaha pianos, both are World leading piano manufacturers and offer quality pianos. At the entry level the Kawai K-15 is by far our most popular new piano whilst the Kawai GL-10 is one of our our best selling Baby grand pianos. Without doubt the Yamaha U1 and Yamaha U3 remain perennial favourites and are always in demand as second hand pianos too.The digital piano is best if space is at a premium. Likewise, if you are living in a flat or even student accommodation, the biggest benefit of a digital piano is that you can connect your headphones and play without making any sound.
What the digital piano may lack in terms of raw sound, they make it up with some additional features. These features allow you to use the digital piano in more than one way, making it a more versatile instrument. For example; With the digital piano, you can produce the sound of almost any instruments, ranging from a saxophone to a choir. You can play around with the different types of sound and choose the sound that suits your music best. Digital pianos differ in types and sizes, but they are all more portable than their acoustic counterparts. Some of the portable digital pianos can be moved by easily by just one person. We choose to stock Kawai digital pianos for their reliability, sound and range of models From the Kawai ES110 to the CA98 there is definitely a Kawai digital piano waiting for you!
Hybrid pianos are exactly as the next suggests a combination of both a real piano and a digital piano. The Kawai ATX anytime piano and the Yamaha Silent piano allow you to have best of both worlds a real acoustic piano plus for silent practice or for playing without other listening simply switch to digital headphone mode and your real piano becomes a silent digital piano. The Kawai ATX AnyTime and Yamaha Silent pianos are available in the showroom for you to try.