When I review a keyboard piano from Korg, I typically expect high quality across the board, with maybe a few minor exceptions. The Korg XE20 is something a bit different; it’s a hybrid keyboard piano/arranger. Let’s see what it has to offer.
The decade-long surge of the ukulele’s popularity seems to be as lively as ever!
Besides being a real cutie of an instrument, the uke is very easy to get started and thus keeps new players very engaged. Well, initially, at least.
Studiologic launched its Numa series of keyboards well over a decade ago. Ever since then, whether organ or piano-based, these keyboards have prioritized realism above all else. The latest addition to the range is the Numa X Piano GT. In this review, I’ll find out if it lives up to the Numa name.
What are the best keyboard and digital piano brands on the market? That’s a question that many people ask, particularly when choosing a first instrument or when stepping into the high-end market for the first time.
Whatever end of the market you’re jumping into, you need to find the manufacturer that will help you get the most out of your money.
As a complete beginner, you might think an arranger keyboard sounds like something more complicated than you need. But, a good arranger keyboard can sometimes be the best keyboard for beginners interested in composition.
This review looks at the popular 61-key PSR-E373 arranger keyboard from Yamaha. Let’s see what it has to offer.
Kawai is a name often associated with luxury pianos, and rightly so. However, they also produce some affordable instruments that still carry that Kawai name well.
In this review, I’m taking a look at the ES110, an 88-key stage piano that looks to deliver the sought-after Kawai sound in a lightweight and affordable package.