What Keyboard do I Need to Buy

What Keyboard do I need to buy to start lessons ?

Our Yamaha keyboard course is exactly what it says in the title, a Yamaha course. For that reason we answer the question What Keyboard do I Need to Buy by saying the ideal keyboards to use are any of the Yamaha keyboard/Piano/Workstation range that include the use of the accompanier section .
This function is unique to Yamaha products and using intelligent technology it  provides rhythm backing or fully-orchestrated rhythm, bass and chord accompaniment.

Piano Lessons

Music Gym Keyboard Lesson

Playing the required chords in the left-hand section of the keyboard in the Fingered mode, the Auto Accompaniment will produce an accompaniment matched to the selected style…

Keyboards : 61 Notes
Yamaha PSR-E353 Portable Keyboard –     £159 RRP (correct April 2016)
Yamaha PSR-E443 Portable Keyboard –     £240 RRP (correct April 2016)


If it is a keyboard you after,  any keyboard from the PSR Range will be appropriate

Alternatively  you could buy a Digital Piano with 88 Notes (Weighted Keys)
Yamaha DGX-650 Digital Piano – Black –     £600 RRP (correct April 2016)
A keyboard is always based on personal preference to your needs as a player. For home practise the lower range PSR models are more than capable of doing the job you need.
As you progress further you may want to upgrade your keyboard to a better model.

I play professionally now and after years of dedication to practise and performing in the UK and abroad I have invested in a Yamaha TYROS 5. This choice has been made due to my personal requirements. As you as a player improve you will want to use better equipment.

Written by Oliie our fabulous Keyboard Teacher

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