Classical Digital Pianos

Starland Music Ltd

follow link Since the first commercial digital piano went in to production in 1983, each year's models have become closer to the classical acoustic piano. These models do NOT have hundreds of rhythms, fun features or automatic accompaniments, as 100% of their design is dedicated to the best possible quality tone and key action for their price bracket. Most (if not all) are designed to be moved only occasionally, making them an ideal choice for many homes, churches and schools.

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  • Digital Pianos Level 1

    Digital Pianos Level 1
    All models selected here have a basic weighted key action, and a good enough tonal quality to help students through the early grades (1-5).
  • Digital Pianos Level 2

    Digital Pianos Level 2
    With greater sensitivity, these Clavinova and Roland pianos are suitable for advancing students and teachers, and are the right level for an education institution, small church or family home.
  • Digital Pianos Level 3

    Digital Pianos Level 3
    This is a range of beautiful digital pianos which also incorporate rhythms, hundreds of amazing quality sounds, USB, and recording facilities.