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Sigismond Thalberg’s 200th Anniversary

The recent anniversaries of Chopin and Schumann in 2010 and Franz Liszt in 2011 inspire us to once again travel back in time and set focus on another tremendously important, yet almost forgotten virtuoso pianist from this golden era of pianism: Sigismond Thalberg. Read more >>

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kinya88
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« on: April 23, 2011, 03:16:46 PM »

Hello people here,

I'm from Singapore and i'm 23 this year, and will be starting my very first piano lesson next month.(yes i know i'm very late) I would like to ask what are some digital pianos which have the feel and sound very close to the real piano itself?

Is Korg SP-170 a good idea to get while i'm still a beginner? If i set my budget at <800USD, what model would you guys recommend me other than Korg SP-170?

thanks so much people!
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« Reply #1 on: April 23, 2011, 03:57:23 PM »

To speed up the process, search the forums for "digital pianos." I've lost count of the number of threads addressing this very issue. Good luck, be sure to get 88 keys!
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