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Pianos and keyboards

All the piano/keyboard reviews, guides, and tutorials at Higher Hz.

Roland Go:Piano88 review

The Roland Go:Piano88 is a budget keyboard piano primarily aimed at beginners. It has 88 non-weighted keys, with a focus on delivering that classic Roland sound in a cheap and lightweight package.

In this review, I will look at everything that’s good and everything that could be better about the Go-Piano88.

The 14 most influential female pianists of all time

The pianists on our lists might all be female, but make no mistake, they are some of the most talented pianists of their time, regardless of gender.

To make things a little easier, we are going to separate past greats and modern greats.

Casio Privia PX-S1100 review

The Casio PX-S1100 is one of the latest additions to the popular Privia series. In this review, I’ll discuss everything the PX-S1100 has to offer, take a look at its big brother, the PX-S3100, and discuss the benefit (or lack of) in upgraded from the older models.

Korg B2 review

Korg’s B2 series includes the 88-key B2, B2SP, and B2N digital pianos. The only difference between the B2 and B2SP is that the B2SP comes with a wooden three-pedal stand; otherwise, they are identical. The B2N offers slightly less for a lower price.

Casio Casiotone CT-S1 review

The 61-key Casio CT-S1 is a popular choice amongst beginners looking for their first keyboard. It’s a reminder of why the original Casiotone keyboards were so successful. In this review, I will find out why it’s so popular and weigh up the good with the bad.