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Yamaha P-525 Digital Stage Piano White

Yamaha P-525 Digital Stage Piano White

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Roland Music Rest for the Go Keys 3/5 range

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Casio CDP-S110 Digital Piano Black Bundle

Casio CDP-S110 Digital Piano Black Bundle

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Moog Spectravox Semi-Modular Analog Spectral Processor

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Arturia Polybrute 12 Synthesizer

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Arturia Minifreak Stellar Edition Synth

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Roland FANTOM-8-EX Synth

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Arturia Astrolab 61 Key Synth

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About Keyboards & Pianos

Here at guitarguitar, we have a huge selection of keyboards and digital pianos. We cater for everyone, from kids and beginners to professional pianists and virtuoso players.

Music keyboards come in all shapes and sizes to suit different needs. Some of our most popular keyboards are MIDI controllers. These are unique because they have no built-in sounds and are designed to work with your computer. Connecting via USB, MIDI keyboards allow you to treat your computer as an instrument. Not by playing notes on the keys, but also by using the controls on the keyboard's front panel. These controls can be mapped to your favourite software and allow you to refine the sound without having to touch your mouse. MIDI keyboards have become an essential part of many composers' writing processes. When you consider the included software, they're an excellent way to begin writing music

Synthesizers may be what immediately springs to mind when you think about music keyboards. These fall into a handful of categories, including portable keyboard, synths, workstations and arrangers.

Portable keyboards are what many of us begin playing on. They're usually affordable, lightweight and rich in features. Their huge selection of tones, rhythms and beats make them an excellent platform for finding the direction you'd like to take your playing. You may go in wanting to learn how to play some songs and discover that you love producing electronic music. Or you'll discover you love piano and progress down that avenue. Portable keyboards are full of potential and it's the main reason that they work so well for beginners and young players. Complete your new portable keyboard with a keyboard stand to prop your musical instrument wherever you are and amplify the sound of your keys with our keyboard amps.

There's no denying the impact synthesizers have had on music over the last 60 years. From the early days of Wendy Carlos producing electrified versions of classical music to the 1970s with Kraftwerk and Giorgio Moroder imagining accurate representations of music from the future, to the 80s which brought synths to the forefront of mainstream music. Since the early 90s we've seen synthesizer sounds break out into subdivisions of electronica, including drum and bass, glitch, techno and synthwave. Even today synths are the backbone of most pop songs. They are even used in genres that you may not expect to feature keyboard sounds.

Many of our favourite electronic keyboards, workstations and arranger keyboards feature recreated versions of classic synth tones. From analog and FM synthesis modelling to sampled acoustic instruments and iconic drum machine tones. Modern keyboards are able to produce virtually any sound you can think of.

Finally, electronic keyboards wouldn't be the same without the piano. The influence of the piano on music is undeniable, but pianos have historically been exclusive to those who had space and budget to maintain them. Acoustic pianos are loud, heavy and need to be tuned every few months. Surely there is a better option? Well, there is! Digital pianos play just like an acoustic piano, but feature volume control. Electronic keyboards never need to be tuned and they come in various styles and sizes.

Another benefit of keyboards is their variety of sounds. Your piano can become a grand, upright or electric piano at the push of a button! In fact, you can emulate many different instruments, including vibraphone, harpsichord and even whole orchestras.

Some higher-end keyboards actually allow you to tune the tone of each voice to suit your preference. We have a huge selection of pianos, from upright pianos that look just like the real thing, to stage pianos that are compact enough to fit in a gig bag. We have a full selection of keyboard accessories available including benches, music rests, stands and cases.

Whatever style you're looking to play, we're confident we'll have the music keyboard to suit your needs.

If you're looking for keyboards for beginners or cheap digital pianos, we can help you get started on your journey with our great selection.

Why Should I Choose a Keyboard?

  • Large variety of tones available
  • Most work with your computer to control software
  • Controllable volume
  • Many are very portable

Frequently Asked Questions about Keyboards & Pianos

Question: How many keys are there on a keyboard?
On a traditional piano keyboard, there are 88 keys. However, many modern electronic keyboards are smaller than this to save on space and expense. Keyboards mainly come in 61, 66, 72 or 88 key configurations.
Question: Can you learn piano on a keyboard?
Absolutely! Not everyone has the space or finances for a real acoustic piano. A keyboard is a perfect solution for this. The important thing is finding a keyboard with good weighted keys to give a natural acoustic piano feel. Additionally, foot pedals are important for controlling sustain and dynamics and many classical pieces will require them.
Question: Should I get a 61 or 88 key keyboard?
If you want to learn piano properly, then you’ll need a full 88 key keyboard. Most classical pieces require the full extended range and jazz piano often does too. If you are playing keyboards in a band, 61 keys will be fine. Not only will it be much easier to transport, but you’ll also find you won’t miss those extra octaves too much.
Question: What's the difference between a piano and keyboard?
While a piano and a keyboard have similar features, a digital piano is designed to be as close as possible to an acoustic piano with weighted keys and realistic acoustic piano samples, and a keyboard generally features far more sounds, including piano sounds, but without the weighted keys.