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When buying an electronic keyboard for yourself or for your children the first thing to do is set your budget. For the purpose of this article we will utilize a budget of one hundreds pounds for a brand-new piano keyboard and roughly fifty pounds for a secondhand keyboard.

To make the learning procedure a little bit less problematic and more enjoyable, there are a a couple of features you should make a note of before purchasing your digital keyboard.

Touch Keyboard

This is now a very popular feature on the majority of digital keyboards. This feature will allow the player to play loud and soft simply by pressing the keys hard or light. On the majority of keyboards this feature can also be adjusted which can be convenient for small children that are just starting to learn.

Standard Size Piano Keys

All keyboards, pianos and synthesizers use the same size piano key on todays modern piano keyboards. Some secondhand keyboards may have mini piano keys, although these days they are rare and are only used on toy pianos.

Adjustable Keyboard Stand

If you buy a used music keyboard, you might be lucky and get a keyboard stand with it. When buying a brand-new keyboard, stands are classed as an optional extra. Still, it's worth the extra to get one and if you have kids of different ages and sizes, the fact that it's adjustable comes in very handy.

Of course, there are many more features available on new portable electronic keyboards, some you will find useful some you probably will never use. The great thing is that keyboards in the hundred-pound range are specifically designed for the learner and if you take some private or online piano keyboard lessons, you will get a good start.

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