Music is a great gift and skill you can give to your child.
Encouraging your son or daughter to learn keyboards will give them a hobby for life, a skill that provides opportunity, and maybe even a career. Since it’s quite a significant decision, It’s normal to have concerns before investing in one. Some keyboards can be expensive, uninspiring, and a waste of space if abandoned if your child loses interest.
That’s why it’s important to make the right decisions when purchasing a keyboard, so here are some of the best keyboards for a child to learn piano on.
Roland E-X20 Keyboard – Ideal entry-level student keyboard
This keyboard is reliable and has great quality and expression. It’s budget-friendly and space-saving as well as light & portable at only 5kg.
Yamaha PSR 363 – Ideal for young students
The Yamaha PSR 363 has touch-sensitive keys which allow for expressive, dynamic performances. Playing the keys heavily will get you louder tones, playing softly will result in quieter sounds. The PSR-E363 features a comprehensive library of 574 instrument Voices that will allow you to enjoy playing any musical genre.
Samick N2 Stage Piano
This keyboard boats high quality piano sounds and multi-layered programmed voices. The end result is a dynamic and rich instrument with beautiful piano sounds. The Samick N2 Stage Piano has 88 hammer action weighted keys with touch response.
Casio Lighting Keyboard LK-135
The LK-135 is perfect for learning and the ideal introduction to the illuminated key learning system. The wide range of tones and rhythms will inspire your child to practice diligently.
Visit www.musicconnection.co.za for a one-stop shop with a large variety of keyboard to choose from. With the help of the supportive staff, you will leave rest assured that your child has the best possible keyboard to learn on.