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Discussion in 'The Piano' started by Lincon, Jul 16, 2019.

  1. Lincon

    Lincon New Member Trusted Member

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    Hello everyone,,
    So I read the guide that is in the sidebar and still have a few questions. I have been looking at pianos for a while now because I have always wanted to learn to play one and currently have the budget to buy one. Looking to spend no more than 400~ or so one something. I live in a smaller area and all the mobdro lucky patcher kodi second hand stores have just junk no good brands or full key digital pianos. Amazon currently has the Casio CDP-240 on sale for its prime days for a price of 329.99. Is this piano okay for a total noob or should I be looking for something cheaper than this or something with less features? Thanks for any help or input you guys have in advance!
     
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  2. Jays Octave

    Jays Octave New Member Trusted Member

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    Hay Lincon, I am very happy to see your interest in Piano. But when you are going to purchase it than first read all the feature give in the product page of Amazone. If you find your required fretures in it then you can buy it.
     

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