A digital piano is an electronic version of a traditional acoustic piano. Because they are electronic, digital pianos do not need to be tuned, cutting down on maintenance costs. High quality digital pianos use real piano actions involving hammers and counterbalancing in order to create a realistic piano feel. Besides recreating the sound of a grand piano, digital pianos usually have many other special features, including, but not limited to — dozens, if not hundreds — of other
- instrument sounds,
- recording functions,
- built-in metronomes,
- educational features for beginning child and adult pianists,
- computer connections to extend the usual piano functionality, and
- headphone jacks
Some digital pianos even use real wooden piano keys and build in the same feel as one has with an acoustic grand piano. The Kawai Piano manufacturer (Japan) even makes a digital piano which comes with a real, wooden soundboard. Digital pianos come in keyboard (slab), vertical, and grand piano styles, as well as hybrids.
We also offer pre-owned options for you to peruse. Call Sean at 703-771-8119703-771-8119 to find out what we have in stock.