Digital Pianos

What is the difference between a Digital Piano and an Electric piano? Well quite honestly nowadays there is no difference.
In the early days of Electronic pianos there was no such thing as digital technology in the world of musical instruments. The very first electric piano is attributed to Bechstein who produced the Neo-Bechstein electric grand piano back in 1929. Since then we have moved from valves, transistors, PCB circuit boards, and finally on to digital.
The iconic Wurlitzer electric piano made famous by the likes of the Carpenters and Supertramp was the very first piano that we sold brand new here at Keysound back in 1976. As a specialist today we are one of only a few shops to offer pianos from all of the major manufacturers of digital pianos. You will find Keysound in Leicester, right in the centre of the country, with easy access to Nottingham, Coventry, Birmingham, and Northampton.

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  • Yamaha P125 Digital Piano in White
    Building on the great success of its predecessor, the P-125 comes with even more features to help you grow with your music. It produces the dynamic, high-quality sound and natural piano touch response expected from Yamaha pianos while maintaining a sleek and slim footprint.
    Yamaha P125 Digital Piano in White
    Our Price £549.00
  • Casio PXS1000 Digital Piano in Black
    The slim and stylish body differentiates the Privia from other electronic pianos in its class. By making full use of the digital technologies Casio has developed over the years, the new Privia offers a high-quality keyboard touch and an elegant sound, but in a 20% slimmer (depth from front to back) body than the previous model (PX-160)
    Casio PXS1000 Digital Piano in Black

    Left and Right Line Outputs

    Our Price £575.00
  • Casio PXS1000 Digital Piano in White
    The slim and stylish body differentiates the Privia from other electronic pianos in its class. By making full use of the digital technologies Casio has developed over the years, the new Privia offers a high-quality keyboard touch and an elegant sound, but in a 20% slimmer (depth from front to back) body than the previous model (PX-160)
    Casio PXS1000 Digital Piano in White

    Left and Right Line Outputs

    Our Price £575.00
  • Casio PXS1000 Digital Piano in Red
    The slim and stylish body differentiates the Privia from other electronic pianos in its class. By making full use of the digital technologies Casio has developed over the years, the new Privia offers a high-quality keyboard touch and an elegant sound, but in a 20% slimmer (depth from front to back) body than the previous model (PX-160)
    Casio PXS1000 Digital Piano in Red

    Left and Right Line Outputs

    Our Price £575.00
  • Korg LP180 Digital Piano in Black
    There are several crucial points in choosing a digital piano, such as the design, for instance. The slim, stylish body of the LP-180 comes in your choice of black or white, ensuring that it will fit unobtrusively into your room layout and decor.
    Korg LP180 Digital Piano in Black
    Our Price £579.00
  • Korg LP180 Digital Piano in White
    There are several crucial points in choosing a digital piano, such as the design, for instance. The slim, stylish body of the LP-180 comes in your choice of black or white, ensuring that it will fit unobtrusively into your room layout and decor.
    Korg LP180 Digital Piano in White
    Our Price £579.00