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Top 10 Best Selling Digital Pianos For Beginners 2021. With the best authentic Piano Sounds and Feel of a Real Piano. Presenting the best budget Digital Pianos for Starters.

The best keyboards and digital pianos for beginners aren't always the most obvious options. You must be aware of what you want from an instrument as well as its features and functions.

Short-term gains are possible with some options, while long-term gains are possible with others, and the instrument's value is also dependent on the student. Because we are all unique, our top ten picks include better options for kids, better options for adults, and some fantastic all-arounders. We've got everything you'll need to progress from complete beginner to confident musician.

As with any music instrument, the first example you learn on should be user-friendly, but also good enough and feature-rich enough to keep you motivated when things get tough.

So, we've compiled a list of ten of the best beginner digital pianos on the market right now that will not only provide a solid foundation for your musical development, but will also keep up with you as you progress.

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1. KAWAI ES110

Kawai one of the well-known famous brands from the acoustic piano realm, and the ES110 is their contender for the beginner digital piano crown. It features 19 tones, 8 of the sounds are acoustic piano sounds sampled from the Kawai 9’ EX Concert Grand piano and powered by their Harmonic Imaging technology for increased realism across the dynamic range of the samples.

The Kawai ES110 has a newly-designed Responsive Hammer Compact action, which employs the same principles as the higher-end RHIII action, but redesigned to fit into the more compact case of the ES110.

The Kawai ES110 has over 100 different drum rhythms on board to give you the best practice experience, and there is also an in-built MIDI over Bluetooth for wireless communication with iOS and Android devices, Kawai has their own Virtual Technician app for tweaking advanced parameters such as temperament and touch response for their digital pianos to fully customize your own touch to your liking.

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2. ROLAND FP-30X

The FP-30X is the sweet spot of Roland's FP-X series when quality matters, but budget is a factor. This slim and stylish portable piano, combining affordability with superior performance, builds on the entry-level FP-10 with an upgraded sound engine, more powerful onboard speakers, and improved polyphony. The FP-30X have Black & White Color option available.

The FP-30X is the ideal home instrument for experienced players, featuring Roland's Mystical Piano technology and the same expressive 88-note PHA-4 Standard keyboard as the premium FP-60X. And it's a perfect choice for any pianist who wants to improve their abilities or perform at small events, with its easy-to-transport weight and Bluetooth compatibility for lessons and play-along audio. The FP-30X even features USB audio/MIDI connectivity, allowing you to interface with computers and record tracks in professional music production software.

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3. KAWAI KDP120

The KDP120 digital piano is the newest addition to the KDP series of affordable digital pianos, and it is the successor to the extremely popular KDP110.

This updated model includes an improved Responsive Hammer Compact II keyboard action, a superb Shigeru Kawai SK-EX grand piano, convenient Bluetooth® MIDI and USB-MIDI connectivity, Enhanced SHS headphone sound with headphone type settings, support for the latest PianoRemote and PiaBookPlayer apps, and a powerful amplifier/speaker system, making it an excellent introduction to Kawai digital piano quality at an affordable price. With its realistic weighted-key keyboard action, stunning Shigeru Kawai grand piano sounds, and a variety of useful features, the KDP120 Digital Piano is an excellent choice for beginners

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4. CASIO PRIVIA PX-S1000

Casio's PX Privia range of home pianos has always been a step-up to the standard of the ladder-and price-wise from the CDP series, and the PX-S1000 is no exceptions.

This great-sounding innovative piano is considered to be the slimmest 88-key digital piano on the market, with a super-slinky 23cm front-to-back profile, yet the action on this instrument, along with the tone of the updated AiR sound engine, makes people hard to believe of its affordable price tag.

The PX-S1000 is available in black, white and red gloss color options. Plus, with 192-note polyphony, Bluetooth audio capabilities, 60 built-in songs and a swanky, Active Touch Panel Display, the PX-S1000 looks set to be more than a worthy successor to the potent PX-160.

 

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5. KORG LP380U

The Korg LP380U is an upgrade to the LP380 and includes a multitude of new features. Korg may not yet be a household name in digital pianos. They are a Japanese company specializing mainly in synthesizers and electronic music equipment. However the range of digital pianos is quite extensive and of high quality.

The LP380U is a great choice for anyone who needs a full-size digital piano feature set but doesn't have a lot of space. This model is not designed to be portable, and is certainly not as portable as the Korg B1, but can be moved around fairly easily if necessary.

Korg LP380U features some of the best and most advanced features any piano player out there would find beneficial. The piano is also affordable and suitable for new learners who are interested in learning all about digital pianos. Korg LP380 is a relatively good digital piano to consider buying.

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6. YAMAHA P-125

A move up in the consistency of the P-45 gets you the Yamaha P-125. Featuring the same Graded Hammer Standard keyboard as its stablemate, the P-125 ramps up stuff in terms of sound quality and breadth of applications.

The Pure CF sound engine with a total of 192 notes provides an incredibly realistic piano tone. Plus, you get more sounds, an extra 20 onboard rhythms as an alternative to the standard metronome, EQ control and damper resonance, and a single to two-track recorder.

Dual headphone outputs make it a winner for students and teachers, and unlike the P-45, the P-125 is compatible with the free Yamaha Smart Pianist software for iOS users.

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7. KORG B2SP

The Korg B2SP is a Korg digital piano that comes with a beautiful wooden stand and a three-pedal unit. It can also be used as a portable digital piano without a stand. Technically, this makes it one of the best keyboard pianos for beginners and starters

It has 88-keys (120-note max polyphony) that use Korg's natural hammer-action technology to deliver real piano-like feel. The B2SP is the successor to the B1SP, and comes with added sounds and features. You now get a total of 12 sounds, including some of the best piano tones in the entire price range. The B2SP features stunning grand pianos from Germany and Italy, covering a range of nice tones from classical to jazz. Korg has also gone the extra mile with additional sounds; the electric pianos and jazz organs are great sounding as well.

Sold Out

8. KAWAI KDP-75

The KDP75 digital piano is the most recent addition to Kawai's prestigious line of award-winning home instruments, combining an authentic weighted-key keyboard action with realistic grand piano sounds in a stylish, yet affordable package.


The KDP75 keyboard has 88 grade-weighted keys that respond like real acoustic keys, and its rich concert grand piano sounds are sure to inspire and impress. The KDP75 also includes USB-MID connectivity, built-in lesson pieces, and a handy song recorder, making it an excellent choice for beginners or more experienced players looking for a second piano for silent practise with headphone output, making this piano suitable for beginners

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9. ROLAND FP-10

Roland's FP-10 Digital Piano is the most recent model in the FP series of digital pianos. The FP-10 is a lightweight entry-level portable digital piano from Roland that includes many of the company's well-known piano features normally reserved for higher-end models.

The Roland FP10 is an entry-level digital piano with PHA-4 keyboard hammer action, a nice range of piano tones powered by the SuperNATURAL piano engine, convenient headphone support, metronome, Bluetooth connectivity, and punchy onboard speakers. It's part of Roland's FP piano series, which includes powerful onboard features that make it ideal for use in the living room or on stage.

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10. NUX NPK-10

The NUX NPK10 has advanced keyboard features such as the superior WKJ-03 triple sensors, scaled hammer action, the escapement, and ivory-feel keys, as well as five different touch sensitivity settings to suit different styles and provide the most authentic piano feel.

It includes 12 high-quality sounds, including a stunning acoustic grand piano and other emotive tones. You can jam along to your favourite songs via Bluetooth or use the onboard 12 types of rhythm.

NUX also allows you to Transpose, duo keyboard, metronome, and "Piano Mate" APP tutoring are just a few of the features available on the NPK-10. Its extensive connectivity features, which include USB MIDI, AUX IN/OUT, 2 headphone jacks, and pedal/3-pedal unit connection, give you even more options.

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11. CLAYDEMAN HAVANA

The Claydeman Havana Digital Piano has the touch sensitive keys that amplifies the exact touch of a real piano when playing hard or soft. The tones of these piano is decent for the price with over 50+ sounds for you to play around.

With additional features such as Metronome, Rhythm songs and others, you'll be getting everything what a beginner needs.

Sold Out

12. YAMAHA P-45

You get a very good digital piano with realistic piano sound and a full-size hammer-action keyboard that mimics an acoustic piano for a reasonable price. It makes the P-45 ideal for learning on while also assisting in the development of proper finger strength and technique for playing an acoustic piano.

Another significant benefit of the P-45 is its portability. The instrument is small enough to fit in small spaces and light enough to be carried by one person. For a college student living in a dorm room who needs a compact piano alternative at an affordable price, the P-45 is a great option to consider.

Unfortunately, the piano lacks features like a MIDI recorder, Lesson Mode, and Accompaniment, which would be useful. The P-45 is a great keyboard to consider if you're a beginner on a budget looking for a simple, no-frills digital piano with fully weighted keys and realistic piano sound.

Top 10 Best Selling Digital Pianos For Beginners 2021. With the best authentic Piano Sounds and Feel of a Real Piano. Presenting the best budget Digital Pianos for Starters.

The best keyboards and digital pianos for beginners aren't always the most obvious options. You must be aware of what you want from an instrument as well as its features and functions.

Short-term gains are possible with some options, while long-term gains are possible with others, and the instrument's value is also dependent on the student. Because we are all unique, our top ten picks include better options for kids, better options for adults, and some fantastic all-arounders. We've got everything you'll need to progress from complete beginner to confident musician.

As with any music instrument, the first example you learn on should be user-friendly, but also good enough and feature-rich enough to keep you motivated when things get tough.

So, we've compiled a list of ten of the best beginner digital pianos on the market right now that will not only provide a solid foundation for your musical development, but will also keep up with you as you progress.

Sold out

1. KAWAI ES110

Kawai one of the well-known famous brands from the acoustic piano realm, and the ES110 is their contender for the beginner digital piano crown. It features 19 tones, 8 of the sounds are acoustic piano sounds sampled from the Kawai 9’ EX Concert Grand piano and powered by their Harmonic Imaging technology for increased realism across the dynamic range of the samples.

The Kawai ES110 has a newly-designed Responsive Hammer Compact action, which employs the same principles as the higher-end RHIII action, but redesigned to fit into the more compact case of the ES110.

The Kawai ES110 has over 100 different drum rhythms on board to give you the best practice experience, and there is also an in-built MIDI over Bluetooth for wireless communication with iOS and Android devices, Kawai has their own Virtual Technician app for tweaking advanced parameters such as temperament and touch response for their digital pianos to fully customize your own touch to your liking.

Sold out

2. ROLAND FP-30X

The FP-30X is the sweet spot of Roland's FP-X series when quality matters, but budget is a factor. This slim and stylish portable piano, combining affordability with superior performance, builds on the entry-level FP-10 with an upgraded sound engine, more powerful onboard speakers, and improved polyphony. The FP-30X have Black & White Color option available.

The FP-30X is the ideal home instrument for experienced players, featuring Roland's Mystical Piano technology and the same expressive 88-note PHA-4 Standard keyboard as the premium FP-60X. And it's a perfect choice for any pianist who wants to improve their abilities or perform at small events, with its easy-to-transport weight and Bluetooth compatibility for lessons and play-along audio. The FP-30X even features USB audio/MIDI connectivity, allowing you to interface with computers and record tracks in professional music production software.

Sold out

3. KAWAI KDP120

The KDP120 digital piano is the newest addition to the KDP series of affordable digital pianos, and it is the successor to the extremely popular KDP110.

This updated model includes an improved Responsive Hammer Compact II keyboard action, a superb Shigeru Kawai SK-EX grand piano, convenient Bluetooth® MIDI and USB-MIDI connectivity, Enhanced SHS headphone sound with headphone type settings, support for the latest PianoRemote and PiaBookPlayer apps, and a powerful amplifier/speaker system, making it an excellent introduction to Kawai digital piano quality at an affordable price. With its realistic weighted-key keyboard action, stunning Shigeru Kawai grand piano sounds, and a variety of useful features, the KDP120 Digital Piano is an excellent choice for beginners

Sold out

4. CASIO PRIVIA PX-S1000

Casio's PX Privia range of home pianos has always been a step-up to the standard of the ladder-and price-wise from the CDP series, and the PX-S1000 is no exceptions.

This great-sounding innovative piano is considered to be the slimmest 88-key digital piano on the market, with a super-slinky 23cm front-to-back profile, yet the action on this instrument, along with the tone of the updated AiR sound engine, makes people hard to believe of its affordable price tag.

The PX-S1000 is available in black, white and red gloss color options. Plus, with 192-note polyphony, Bluetooth audio capabilities, 60 built-in songs and a swanky, Active Touch Panel Display, the PX-S1000 looks set to be more than a worthy successor to the potent PX-160.

Sold out

5. KORG LP380U

The Korg LP380U is an upgrade to the LP380 and includes a multitude of new features. Korg may not yet be a household name in digital pianos. They are a Japanese company specializing mainly in synthesizers and electronic music equipment. However the range of digital pianos is quite extensive and of high quality.

The LP380U is a great choice for anyone who needs a full-size digital piano feature set but doesn't have a lot of space. This model is not designed to be portable, and is certainly not as portable as the Korg B1, but can be moved around fairly easily if necessary.

Korg LP380U features some of the best and most advanced features any piano player out there would find beneficial. The piano is also affordable and suitable for new learners who are interested in learning all about digital pianos. Korg LP380 is a relatively good digital piano to consider buying.

Sold out

6. YAMAHA P-125

A move up in the consistency of the P-45 gets you the Yamaha P-125. Featuring the same Graded Hammer Standard keyboard as its stablemate, the P-125 ramps up stuff in terms of sound quality and breadth of applications.

The Pure CF sound engine with a total of 192 notes provides an incredibly realistic piano tone. Plus, you get more sounds, an extra 20 onboard rhythms as an alternative to the standard metronome, EQ control and damper resonance, and a single to two-track recorder.

Dual headphone outputs make it a winner for students and teachers, and unlike the P-45, the P-125 is compatible with the free Yamaha Smart Pianist software for iOS users.

Sold out

7. KORG B2SP

The Korg B2SP is a Korg digital piano that comes with a beautiful wooden stand and a three-pedal unit. It can also be used as a portable digital piano without a stand. Technically, this makes it one of the best keyboard pianos for beginners and starters

It has 88-keys (120-note max polyphony) that use Korg's natural hammer-action technology to deliver real piano-like feel. The B2SP is the successor to the B1SP, and comes with added sounds and features. You now get a total of 12 sounds, including some of the best piano tones in the entire price range. The B2SP features stunning grand pianos from Germany and Italy, covering a range of nice tones from classical to jazz. Korg has also gone the extra mile with additional sounds; the electric pianos and jazz organs are great sounding as well.

Sold out

8. KAWAI KDP-75

The KDP75 digital piano is the most recent addition to Kawai's prestigious line of award-winning home instruments, combining an authentic weighted-key keyboard action with realistic grand piano sounds in a stylish, yet affordable package.


The KDP75 keyboard has 88 grade-weighted keys that respond like real acoustic keys, and its rich concert grand piano sounds are sure to inspire and impress. The KDP75 also includes USB-MID connectivity, built-in lesson pieces, and a handy song recorder, making it an excellent choice for beginners or more experienced players looking for a second piano for silent practise with headphone output, making this piano suitable for beginners

Sold out

9. ROLAND FP-10

Roland's FP-10 Digital Piano is the most recent model in the FP series of digital pianos. The FP-10 is a lightweight entry-level portable digital piano from Roland that includes many of the company's well-known piano features normally reserved for higher-end models.

The Roland FP10 is an entry-level digital piano with PHA-4 keyboard hammer action, a nice range of piano tones powered by the SuperNATURAL piano engine, convenient headphone support, metronome, Bluetooth connectivity, and punchy onboard speakers. It's part of Roland's FP piano series, which includes powerful onboard features that make it ideal for use in the living room or on stage.

Sold out

10. NUX NPK-10

The NUX NPK10 has advanced keyboard features such as the superior WKJ-03 triple sensors, scaled hammer action, the escapement, and ivory-feel keys, as well as five different touch sensitivity settings to suit different styles and provide the most authentic piano feel.

It includes 12 high-quality sounds, including a stunning acoustic grand piano and other emotive tones. You can jam along to your favourite songs via Bluetooth or use the onboard 12 types of rhythm.

NUX also allows you to Transpose, duo keyboard, metronome, and "Piano Mate" APP tutoring are just a few of the features available on the NPK-10. Its extensive connectivity features, which include USB MIDI, AUX IN/OUT, 2 headphone jacks, and pedal/3-pedal unit connection, give you even more options.

Sold out

11. CLAYDEMAN HAVANA

The Claydeman Havana Digital Piano has the touch sensitive keys that amplifies the exact touch of a real piano when playing hard or soft. The tones of these piano is decent for the price with over 50+ sounds for you to play around.

With additional features such as Metronome, Rhythm songs and others, you'll be getting everything what a beginner needs.

Sold out

12. YAMAHA P-45

You get a very good digital piano with realistic piano sound and a full-size hammer-action keyboard that mimics an acoustic piano for a reasonable price. It makes the P-45 ideal for learning on while also assisting in the development of proper finger strength and technique for playing an acoustic piano.

Another significant benefit of the P-45 is its portability. The instrument is small enough to fit in small spaces and light enough to be carried by one person. For a college student living in a dorm room who needs a compact piano alternative at an affordable price, the P-45 is a great option to consider.

Unfortunately, the piano lacks features like a MIDI recorder, Lesson Mode, and Accompaniment, which would be useful. The P-45 is a great keyboard to consider if you're a beginner on a budget looking for a simple, no-frills digital piano with fully weighted keys and realistic piano sound.

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