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Roland FP-10 Black Digital Piano

Roland FP-10 Black Digital Piano

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£365.00 £544.00
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Roland FP-30X Black Digital Piano

Roland FP-30X Black Digital Piano

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Roland FP-30X White Digital Piano

Roland FP-30X White Digital Piano

£549.00 £579.00
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Roland GO Piano GO-61P

Roland GO Piano GO-61P

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£229.00 £336.00
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Casio CDP-S110 Digital Piano Black

Casio CDP-S110 Digital Piano Black

£295.00 £389.00
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Roland GO Keys GO-61K

Roland GO Keys GO-61K

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Yamaha PSS-F30

Yamaha PSS-F30

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£59.00 £68.40
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Casio LK-S250 Lighting Keyboard

Casio LK-S250 Lighting Keyboard

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£229.00 £249.00
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Yamaha PSS-A50

Yamaha PSS-A50

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£89.00 £99.00
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Casio CT-S100 Portable Keyboard

Casio CT-S100 Portable Keyboard

£89.00 £109.00
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Casio PX-S1100 Digital Piano Black

Casio PX-S1100 Digital Piano Black

£444.00 £475.00
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Casio PX-S1100 Digital Piano Red

Casio PX-S1100 Digital Piano Red

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£444.00 £475.00
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Casio CT-S1 Red Portable Keyboard

Casio CT-S1 Red Portable Keyboard

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£219.00 £255.00
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Casio PX-S1100 Digital Piano White

Casio PX-S1100 Digital Piano White

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Roland GO-88P Digital Piano

Roland GO-88P Digital Piano

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£293.00 £430.00
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Casio CT-S200RD Portable Keyboard Red

Casio CT-S200RD Portable Keyboard Red

£135.00 £155.00
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Casio CT-S200BK Portable Keyboard Black

Casio CT-S200BK Portable Keyboard Black

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Casio CT-S200W Portable Keyboard White

Casio CT-S200W Portable Keyboard White

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Yamaha reface DX

Yamaha reface DX

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£319.00 £349.00
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Alesis Concert

Alesis Concert

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Roland FP-30X White Digital Piano With Stand and 3 Pedal Unit

Roland FP-30X White Digital Piano With Stand and 3 Pedal Unit

£757.00 £904.00
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Alesis Prestige Digital Piano

Alesis Prestige Digital Piano

£389.00 £419.99
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Roland FP-30X Black Digital Piano With Stand and 3 Pedal Unit

Roland FP-30X Black Digital Piano With Stand and 3 Pedal Unit

£757.00 £799.00
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Yamaha DGX-670

Yamaha DGX-670

£849.00 £999.00
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Roland E-X10 Arranger Keyboard

Roland E-X10 Arranger Keyboard

£175.00 £189.00
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Casio CDP-S110BKC5 Digital Piano Black bundle

Casio CDP-S110BKC5 Digital Piano Black bundle

£339.00 £448.98
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Casio CDP-S110 Digital Piano Black Bundle

Casio CDP-S110 Digital Piano Black Bundle

£339.00 £458.97
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Yamaha P-145 88 Keys GHC Stage Piano Black

Yamaha P-145 88 Keys GHC Stage Piano Black

£399.00 £539.00
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Yamaha PSR-F52 Keyboard

Yamaha PSR-F52 Keyboard

£79.00 £103.20
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Yamaha PSR-EW425 Digital Keyboard

Yamaha PSR-EW425 Digital Keyboard

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£449.00 £549.00
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Yamaha Piaggero NP-15 61 Key Keyboard Black

Yamaha Piaggero NP-15 61 Key Keyboard Black

£189.00 £209.00
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Yamaha Piaggero NP-35 76 Key Keyboard Black

Yamaha Piaggero NP-35 76 Key Keyboard Black

£255.00 £319.00
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Yamaha Piaggero NP-35 76 Key Keyboard White

Yamaha Piaggero NP-35 76 Key Keyboard White

£255.00 £319.00
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Yamaha CK61 Stage Keyboard

Yamaha CK61 Stage Keyboard

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About Keyboards For Beginners

Keyboards for beginners have everything the aspiring player needs to get begin their keyboard journey. Beginner keyboards are very affordable and come with a range of easy-to-use, yet can feature a huge amount of playing options that streamline the learning experience, including large sound libraries, accompaniments and rhythms, audio sampling and coaching and lessons. Players of all ages can benefit from an electronic keyboard for beginners, and they continue to be one of the most popular options for learning how to play, or getting back into creating music.

Beginner keyboardists will benefit from a range of keyboard sounds, semi-weighted keys to simulate the piano feel, and bluetooth connectivity to make use of a whole host of additional features. Starter keyboards are produced by a variety of reliable brands such as Roland, Yamaha and Casio and they come in a wide variety of styles making them some of the best beginner keyboards.

Why Choose Us For a Keyboard For Beginners?

  • One of the best ways to learn how to play
  • Very economical price
  • Loaded with easy-to-use features such as semi-weighted keys and bluetooth connectivity
  • Easy to transport
  • Beginners electric pianos are suitable for a wide range of styles
  • Take Advantage of built-in and online lessons
  • Affordable options from brands like Yamaha, Casio and Roland

Frequently Asked Questions about Keyboards For Beginners

Question: Which keyboard is best for beginners?
Yamaha’s PSR-E and Casio’s CTS series keyboards are extremely popular with beginners. This is due to their solid build quality, great sounds and easy to use controls. There are other great options available too. Such as Roland GO:Keys, which features Bluetooth connectivity. This works really well with learning apps for mobile devices.
Question: What keyboards are most like a piano?
Digital pianos like the Yamaha P125 feature a weighted keybed that feels and responds just like an acoustic piano.
Question: Is it okay to learn piano on a keyboard?
A digital piano with 88 weighted keys would be optimal. However, these are generally more expensive and less compact than a keyboard. A keyboard will still allow you to familiarize yourself with the notes and learn to play a huge amount of songs. You may wish to later upgrade to a digital piano once you have learned the basics. A digital piano provides the full range of keys for playing any piano piece, and weighted keys which allow for more expressive playing.
Question: Should a beginner start with a keyboard or piano?
This can depend on what style of music you intend on playing, if you're intending on purely playing classical or jazz, it could be worth investing in a digital piano, however, many great pianists have started out playing on a keyboard.
Question: Can I learn keyboard on my own?
Yes. Many beginners keyboards feature built in lessons, plus there are great online lessons available so you can learn keyboards to any standard without requiring a tutor.
Question: Is it hard to learn keyboard?
Not at all. Thanks to beginners keyboards with built-in lessons, plus the availability of online lessons, it's now easier than ever to learn how to play keyboards.
Question: Which keyboard should I buy as a beginner?
Beginner keyboards are produced by reputable brands like Roland, Yamaha and Casio all of which have a variety of excellent keyboards with a range of beginner friendly features.
Question: Should a beginner get a 61 or 88 key keyboard?
Beginners can certainly benefit from having a 61-key keyboard, having less keys makes it more compact and easier to store, and allows beginners to focus on developing good fundamentals and getting comfortable with a smaller range of notes.
Question: Should a beginner get a keyboard or digital piano?
Beginners stuck between choosing a keyboard or digital piano should consider their goals. If a beginner aspires to play piano and wants a more authentic learning experience, then a digital piano will serve them well, however beginners looking to explore a range of sounds and aren't as concerned with replicating the piano experience will benefit from a standard keyboard.
Question: Should I buy a keyboard if I want to learn piano?
Yes. Beginners can learn to play piano by first learning the fundamentals on a keyboard. Digital pianos provide a more authentic piano experience, but the basic skills and fundamental skills learned on a keyboard have a direct transfer to piano.
Question: How much should I spend on a piano keyboard?
As a beginner you shouldn't need to spend a great deal of money on a starter keyboard. The fundamentals of playing and learning can be well developed on a budget friendly beginner keyboard.