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Product Review: Pianos and Accessories

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Calendar July 3, 2017

Product Review: Pianos and Accessories

You have so much choice when it comes to pianos and their accessories. Therefore, it can be overwhelming when deciding which one to choose. Keep on reading and you will find a review of some of the most popular and reputable pianos and their accessories on the market.

Our Favourite Products

Due to the large number of pianos and accessories available, we have had to keep our list to just 6 products. Be sure to keep them in mind when visiting a piano store in Sydney.

H2: Pianos

  1. Steinbach| Concerto| AS186D


Two words really summarise this grand piano: ‘majestic’ and ‘refined’. It gives you optimum performance with its superior sound quality. This is a result of the shape of its body which allows the bass string to be 9.2 cm longer and the soundboard 72 cm larger than other grand pianos the same size. In comparison to many other pianos of this type, it’s not over priced, which makes it an even more enticing reason to invest in it.  This is the type of piano often found at places like school auditoriums, conservatoriums, hotel function rooms and entertainment venues. It is more than just a simple musical instrument, it’s an experience.

Warranty: Lifetime

Available Finishes: Ebony Polish, Walnut Polish and Mahogany Polish.

  1. Piano: Casio AP- 260


This is a great entry level piano, and has the following features: string resonance, tri-sensor scaled hammer action keyboard II, concert play, simulated ebony and ivory feel keys, elegant cabinet design, matching fixed-height bench included, 128 note maximum polyphony, 18 high quality tones, USB Midi output, duet mode, 2 track recorder, 60 built in songs and includes fixed height piano bench, AC adaptor and score books.  When shopping for an entry level piano, make sure to inspect a Casio piano in our Sydney showroom.

Warranty: 5 Years

Colours Available: Black, Brown

  1. Roland C-30


Roland is the number 1 world leader in digital pianos. If you’re looking for a digital piano in Sydney, make sure to put this one on your list even if you’re not buying it, but just having a look. It provides wonderful sound and a touch of Baroque music. It has the following features: 61 keys, with ‘click action’ F-Scale touch, four harpsichord sound-sets and two positive organ sounds, plectrums and strings which never require replacing, and no tuning is needed. Five different classical temperenats with Baroque pitch support, reverb effect and so much more.

Warranty: 5 Years

  1. Keyboard: Casio CTK-1100

$ 149.95

This is a non-touch sensitive keyboard with 61 full sized keys and 5 octaves. It contains the following features: 12 note polyphony, 100 tones + 100 rhythms, transpose/tuning, 100 built-in tunes, headphone output, AD95BP 9.5 volt adaptor included along with a song book and music stand.

Warranty: 5 Years

Available Features: Black


Be sure to have these extra add-ons for your piano and keyboards. They make all the difference to your playing. 

  1. Casio SP3 Sustain Pedal


This is a foot switch-style sustain pedal/foot switch. It suits portable digital pianos, synths and keyboards. It allows all of the notes on the piano to resonate after the keys have been lifted, for as long as the pedal is pressed down, forcing all of the notes to echo and overlap.

  1. Extras, Extras!

We also highly recommend the following extra accessories: song books, microphones, music stands and music sheets.

Become Informed

We hope by now you are more informed about what is available when it comes to pianos and their accessories after reading our review.  Remember, always do your research when buying and don’t forget to have fun!

Shop for the above products and more at our store. Contact us today!