If you are thinking about buying a new piano, you may not have considered purchasing a digital piano rather than a traditional acoustic instrument. Digital pianos can offer you a range of benefits. Read on to find out more about why it is wise to go digital.
You can plug in headphones
Learning a new piece of music can be difficult. While you are getting to grips with the score, there is a good chance you will hit the wrong notes. The only way that you can learn the piece of music and improve your skills is by practising the same piece of music over and over again. However, this can be very annoying for other people in your household who might grow tired of hearing the same music played again and again with the occasional wrong notes. However, if you go digital, you can simply plug a set of headphones into the piano so you can practice for as long as you like without disturbing anyone.
You can experiment with different sounds
A digital instrument will typically come programmed with a range of different sounds. Using the controls and the menu situated above the keys, you can change the way the piano sounds. If you get tired of hearing a classic piano sound, you can reprogram the instrument. Many digital pianos feature sounds like a church organ, glockenspiel, harpsichord, and a range of synth sounds.
You can easily transport the piano
Traditional pianos are very hard to move. If you opt for a grand piano, you are unlikely to be able to move it very far due to its weight. If you opt for a traditional upright piano on wheels, you may be able to wheel it from one room to another; however, doing so can affect the tuning of the instrument. However, if you choose a digital piano, it's lightweight, which means you can easily move it from one location to another.
You don't have to have the instrument tuned
Finally, one major benefit of opting for a digital piano is the fact that you do not need to worry about the instrument going out of tune. Whereas with a traditional piano which needs re-tuning every few months, a digital piano is programmed to always play the correct pitch when you hit a key.
If you are interested in finding out more, you should get in touch with a local company which supplies musical instruments.Share
5 August 2019
I love teaching music to my music. It's so much fun seeing them starting to play their own tunes and realise that they communicate with people in a whole new way. Music brings families together in a way that nothing else can do. I teach all levels of students from amateurs to super talents musicians who just want to get a little bit better at their craft. No matter what the goal is from your music lessons, I can help people to achieve it. If you love playing music, or just listening to good music, read on and learn more about what music teachers do.