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Contestant number one is the Casio PX860 BK. Number four is another piano from Casio, PX860. Just like the previous piano it’s full sized and has hammer action keys and touch response, so when you play it will feel just like playing an acoustic piano, or at least that’s the idea. It has three different sensitivity levels so that you can get the perfect feel.
Next let's have a look at the Schiller Special Edition.
This piano also comes with a 3-year manufacturer’s warranty, which is nice to know in case something should be wrong with it.
Are you looking for an acoustic vertical piano with something extra? After all, there is nothing like playing an amazing acoustic piano, no digital piano in the world can beat that!
|HEAD TO HEAD COMPARISON|
|Casio PX860 BK||Schiller Special Edition|
+ Hammer action keys
+ Amazing sound
+ Three pedals
|WHAT OUR TEAM THOUGHT|
|This piano is an upgrade from regular digital pianos and would suit intermediate to advanced players. The sound is amazing, and you can choose to have the lid open, just like a ‘real’ piano, which is really nice. It also has three pedals, which is good and enables you to play any music just as you like it.||This piano option is good for everybody. No matter if you’re a beginner, intermediate or advanced, you’ll love this quality piano. As long as you’re ready for the commitment of having a really heavy and big piano, this is perfect!|
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