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Prokofiev: Sarcasms and Visions Fugitives

The Visions Fugitives, Sarcasms and Prokofiev’s own piano transcriptions of the March and Scherzo from his opera “The Love for Three Oranges” opus 33 have now been added to Piano Street’s sheet music library. Read more >>

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Author Topic: Casio Privia PX-770 or 780  (Read 136 times)
sgtxdiabetes
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« on: October 17, 2017, 04:24:55 PM »

I have a Casio Privia PX-150 that I have been learning on for a few years and I want to upgrade. What are your recommendations for Digital Pianos? I really like the design of the 770 model but if I'm going to spend around $600-$700 are there any other Digital Pianos you recommend for that price point? I would prefer that it have 3 pedals, weighted/hammer action, 88-keys, and a decent classical or modern piano tone. I do not care much for extra voices or sounds. I just want a nice piano sound. However, I would like to find something I could also use to create recordings or videos with.

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« Reply #1 on: November 02, 2017, 09:28:00 PM »

Well, in this price range, Casio is probably the only manufacturer that make decent digital pianos with a cabinet design and 3 pedals.

So there aren't many alternatives to choose from.

If your main goal is to play piano, then the latest PX-770 and PX-870. are probably the best options to consider. For the price, they offer a lot of value, and the sound/touch is on par with much higher priced models, in my opinion.

The PX-780 is also a very good instrument, but it won't be as good in terms of piano playing, considering it's from an older generation (x50).

At the same time, if want to be able to create audio recording right onboard note that the PX-770 doesn't offer that. Only the PX-780 and the PX-870 have that option, but they're a bit pricier too.

But again if piano is all you care about I'd definitely go with the PX-870. It's only 100$ more than the PX-780.
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