Digital Piano Review Guide is your number one resource for reading reviews of digital pianos, as well as getting helpful tips and recommendations, informative free eBook guides, and updated news on the industry.
We write for human beings, not for press releases or robots. That’s why our reviews will feel much more down to earth, as if we’re truly letting you inside our thought process of how and why the piano that’s being reviewed will help achieve what you want–or sadly not meet your expectations.
More than that, we try and break down the way the piano will be utilized, whether it’s suitable for a beginner or more apt for an advanced pianist, and whether or not it can be a helpful teaching tool and improve one’s skills on the black and white keys.
This site, too, will provide you with piano and music-related news that’s happening all throughout the country, and even world. From details on key soundtrack releases and concert films, to local charity work, festivals, and national conferences and events, we do our best to keep readers informed about anything and everything that relates to pianos.
And for those looking for music schools, piano classes, or teachers offering private piano lessons, never fear. We are currently working on an interactive page in which you’ll be able to search for piano classes and lessons by state, so you can find the right school or teacher in your local area.
So whether you’re a teacher, a student, a DJ, or just someone who loves to play the piano, Digital Piano Review Guide aims to be one of the best online resources for piano news, reviews, classes and much more.
So sit back, relax, and let us guide you to the piano of your dreams.
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*Note*: The “ratings” column in our interactive tables are based on average customer reviews on Amazon.com. We try to round down in our reviews in an effort to be fair. Meaning, a “3.7 out of 5” rating on Amazon.com for a piano or keyboard will equate to three stars, not four, on Digital Piano Review Guide.