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Digital Pianos Under 1000 - Comparison Test 3
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Battle Royale: Comparing the Yamaha P45 to the Casio Privia PX-760

In this brief comparison, we are going to be putting two products head to head. The Music Critic reviews can help point you towards models and brands that suit your needs. If you enjoy this article, you can also check out the full version here.

Contestant number one is the Yamaha P45. If you want to buy a weighted action digital piano that is quite basic but still works well you might want to take a closer look at Yamaha P45.

The challenger is the Casio Privia PX-760. If you want to find a console digital piano that is a really good substitute for an acoustic piano, this might be the right piano for you. It has three pedals and looks like a proper piano, if you know what we mean.


Taking a look at the features of the Yamaha P45

This is the perfect weighted action digital piano for those who don’t want too many buttons and extra stuff. It’s sleek and slim and is a good option if you live in a small apartment and don’t want a piano that takes up too much space.


Taking a closer look at the features of the Casio Privia PX-760

The keys have an ivory feel and scaled hammer action so that it feels like playing an acoustic piano. It has a built-in metronome and a transposing feature and you can split the keyboard in half so that a teacher can demonstrate music in the right octave. You can also layer two sounds, for example piano and strings.

HEAD TO HEAD COMPARISON
Yamaha P45 Casio Privia PX-760
KEY FEATURES
+ 88 keys full-sized digital piano
+ Easy and simple to use
+ Sleek-looking and compact
+ 64-note polyphony
+ USB port to HOST port to connect it to your computer or mobile device

+ Console piano
+ Available in black, white and brown
+ Ivory feel keys
+ 3-year manufacturer’s warranty

WHAT OUR TEAM THOUGHT
If you are one of those people who view a digital piano as the second best option and would rather have an acoustic piano if you were able to, then you will like this piano. It’s nice to play and doesn’t have a lot of extra features that you’ll never use. It’s light-weight and slim and easy to move around as you please. This is about as close as you can come to an acoustic piano. It gives you that real piano feeling and both the sounds and the feel are very nice. It has a 3-year manufacturer’s warranty, which is nice and it’s available in three different colors.


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You might also be interested in Music Critic's in-depth article on this topic, Top 10 Best Digital Pianos for Under $1000.


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