Whether you’ve been scoring F-majors in music class or are C-major curious with what’s new with keyboards these days, we’ve listed a bunch of boards for different experience levels and performance needs.
1. Casio SA-76
Costing less than 100 Singaporean dollars, get your kids started on their musical journey with this trusty companion. This 44-key player comes with 100 tones, 50 rhythms, 10 integrated songs and built-in speakers with a headphone jack so that you can still have your peace and quiet while the kids jam out.
2. Yamaha PSR-E363
Adults may need more exciting features to keep them interested and creative with a new instrument. With a variety of features, the E363 let’s you explore your musical style and expression. Firstly, the touch-sensitive keys features a dynamic tone controller that gets louder as you play harder and vice versa. There is also a comprehensive library of more than 500 instruments that covers all genres from classical to electronic, and a new 12 reverb effect that allows you to add ambience to your songs.
Additionally, this keyboard has a USB TO HOST terminal that allows you to connect it to a computer or portable device and record high-quality audio, or play along with your favourite songs.
3. Korg PA700
Push the boundaries of what’s possible with this high performance arranger, part of KORG’s Pa-Series. Offering you more power with a range of new features, the best of them all is the KOASS FX, which gives you free range creative control on your performance. Morph between variations, sample drum kits, live reshaping of ongoing rhythms, tape delay and arpeggios and more.
This keyboard comes with a headphone jack too! But what good is a headphone jack without a pair of headphones? Fortunately, this package includes a pair of Korg headphones, pedals and USB-MIDI drivers.
4. Yamaha P-125
P for Portable, the Yamaha P-series offers a range of great digital portable pianos. But of them all, the P125 might just be the lightest and most agile. An 88-key piano sounds like the real thing, but only at a fraction of the weight. Weighing only 11.8kg, it is an easy on-the-go piece when used with the carry-on bag.
5. Roland FP-30
With a three-pedal unit that gives it that classic piano look and functionality, this is a pretty good alternative to the real thing. An interesting feature on this keyboard piano is the built-in bluetooth wireless connection that enables you to use it with popular apps such as GarageBand, piaScore, Sheet Music Direct and more.
6. Korg G1
A unique combination of 3 world-famous concert pianos, the soul of the G1’s tone is made of the selection between a german, austrian and japanese piano. And the feeling of playing a real grand piano is further amplified through the senses with the real weighted hammer action 3 (RH3) keyboard. Extremely responsive and dynamic, it can interpret complex passages, even when notes are repeated quickly.
7. Casio CDP-135
88 fully weighted keys, 3 touch sensitive levels, 10-built in tones, a damper pedal and more. With all the frills that makes it a worthy advisory to the rest, this set also includes an old school music rest. Because sometimes, even in the face of techno-savvy music apps, it’s nice to go back to score sheets and have a music rest to match.
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