The electronic organ's dimensions are 29.9 inch W x 7.9 inch D x 2.3 inch. The music instrument is made of plastic and is non-toxic for children to play with. Their pianos are powered by both battery and power, and can be learned indoors and outdoors. The keyboard piano has 61 standard-size keys, charging function, playing piano function, double speaker, recording/programming, volume/tempo, microphone, and music stand. A record playback function has an external microphone. It is suitable for beginners to practice. Allow your child to enjoy music. Children can learn to play music. Children should have a good habit of playing music from an early age. There are many different tones, rhythms, and melodies that can be used in music. Children will not be harmed by using security and eco-friendly materials. The musical teaching keyboard is perfect for beginners. Your kids can enjoy wonderful music with an external microphone. Kids can learn and play music. If you are not satisfied for any reason, please contact them for a full refund.
👤My nephew and niece are 5 and 7 years old, and this keyboard is great for them. They love it. The sound is pleasant. My nephew and niece love using the mic to speak or sing, it's fun. The keyboard is light and kids can carry it. They can change the volume from loud to quiet. Many tones to try. I tried different tones of the keyboard in my video.
👤I asked my mom to buy me a kid piano when I was young. My mom doesn't have the money to buy it. If I start on that time, I might be a piano player. The piano has a lot of function. The sound is pleasant. My baby is interested in it. We play a song that I sing to her every night before she goes to bed.
👤The keyboard sounds like a piano. My child loves the sound of it. I bought this for her because she is trying to learn the piano. The keyboard is light and responsive and has 61 keys, which is better than the picture shows. I didn't find the cords in the first time, they are in the styrofoam on the keyboard. This is not a good way to find them. This product can be used to get into the doorway of being a pianist. It's easy to take outside and use with batteries.
👤This is a great toy. Our girl likes it. The keys are small for a small hand. Sound is good. There are many functions for various sounds. It is great. There is only one missing thing, a basic instruction for beginners. If a child dreamed of a piano but never played it, it should have some stickers on its fingers to play. The toy piano looks like the real thing. I recommend it, but would love instructions as my family has no piano players. Good piano playing is possible with this piano. It's great for a beginner. They can sing along with the microphone that comes with it. I wish stickers would make playing easier.
👤The keyboard is not the one you will receive. You will get a smaller one. It's light and feels like it may snap at any moment. The sound is not like a keyboard. I anticipated better for the price and misleading picture. Amazon was amazing. I told them how I felt about the product and they offered to give me a gift card or a refund if I wanted to return it. I don't like that amazin seems to be endorsing some products, but their customer service still can't be beat, so I'll stick around for a while longer.
👤The product is terrible for anyone over 3 years old. Only the black keys play, no instructions, no music stand. The picture on Amazon is larger than the actual product. It's useless and a waste of money. Do not buy it.
👤A perfect first piano for a toddler. The small key size is great for my 2.5 year old. The mic is a plus for the person who loves signing into it. The white keys are hard to push down, which made her first piano lesson challenging. She likes to mess around on it.
The essentials for playing those first tunes are in this package. The 100 Tones, 50 Rhythms, and 10 integrated Songs offer plenty of variety. Good sound quality is ensured by the LSI sound source and 8-note polyphony. The screen helps with selecting music. Also features a Rehearsal System. Quiet play can be achieved with built-in speakers and headphones. It's easy to switch between piano and reed organ/organ modes with the change-over switch.
👤I am an advanced pianist who has played professionally for decades, so please keep that in mind when reading this review. This is a reduced keyboard. There are two fully workable octaves. I use it when I'm away from the keyboard and I like to play new tunes in bed or on the sofa before I go to sleep. I would only recommend this for very young beginners. I don't recommend this for children who are learning to play due to the smaller reach. They may grow use to it, and it could present issues when they move to a piano or keyboard that has full-sized keys. Excellent battery usage. The batteries last about 2 months and I tinker with the keyboard almost every night. You won't get the full-bodied sound in larger keyboards because of the muted tone. There are five sounds that are pleasant to play. I put it on a shelf. I cover it when I store it away. Do not cut the power until you turn the sound level to the lowest setting. This applies to all electronic instruments. The key spacing is reduced in comparison to an extended keyboard. Hand spreads will leave your thumb and little finger outside of the range.
👤My daughter is an avid piano player and wanted to play in the car. She doesn't use it often and the keyboard started smoking today. It was on her lap, so she flung it off. It was coming from the battery compartment. It seemed to be a fun product. It can cause serious injury.
👤It was a brand name like Casio that I hoped would make a difference. It was bought for a niece who wanted to learn and we wanted to encourage it, without spending hundreds of dollars. I expect the product to work. There wasn't a discreet box. The box was on the front porch. The box looked to have been opened and taped back before it was shipped. The white substance on the keyboard is included in the photos. It's definitely a used keyboard. There was no mention of that on the page I bought. I ordered a new keyboard. There's something loose in it when I turned it around to put batteries in. It can be heard moving inside. The keyboard worked after I switched it on. It was shocking. I looked at every key to make sure. I messed with the volume knob. It was very distorted and made a lot of terrible noises. It was turned off and back on. It never came back on. I am here. I'll get my money back tomorrow morning. I don't think anyone should waste their money on this. Someone needs to figure out if this is on the seller delivering shoddy products to Amazon or Amazon's prime hub. Within a month, I've had two bad keyboards. The other was a different brand and seller.
👤My daughter should be able to learn from this keyboard. I put the stickers on her to help her learn faster.
There are 61 full-size touch-responsive keys. 600 tones and 195 rhythms. Class- compliant. The AC adapter and 6X AA batteries are sold separately.
👤The Yamaha PSR-E463 is a fine keyboard, but it's getting a little dated now. The keyboard of the Casio is jam-packed with sounds, and it sounds better to my ears. You can play this for a long time before you need to upgrade. The Casio is the best bargain for features and sound. My only complaint. The keyboard I received had a dead jack. It was replaced by Amazon quickly.
👤Good so far. Still learning how to use a keyboard. Sounds great. Early previews suggested that you would need the 800 for that feature, which is why it does accept a pedal. I have used it with a balanced cable to output audio. It works well. I have heard that the budget line has had floppy keys in the past. The keys on the 700 are fine to me. The screen is bright but you need to be in the correct position to see what it says. I wish it had a bigger fov. Plugs are like old school phone charges. I know it's a small nitpick. I will update the review if I find any major changes.
👤I bought my son a keyboard and piano for Christmas 20 years ago, and I was amazed at the sound effects alone. He still has it and it works. I wanted a piano that sounded good and was easy to use, but I couldn't convince him to buy it, so I went for the cheaper Yamaha or the more expensive Casio. I was on a budget and wanted something quick. I bought the ctx700 because I wanted to practice and learn it before buying a better one. I was glad I bought the ctx700 first. The sound is amazing. And the price? I would have paid a lot more for this keyboard. I paid the same amount 20 years ago for the one I got. It is still up and running. I have meat hooks for hands, but also plaid instruments, including the piano, when I was a kid. I have to get used to the keys but they work well, I find the more money you spend the better the keys are, other wise they all do the same sounds and effects. The ctx700 is fairly easy to learn, but with some challenges, because you have to press a button more than once to make your choice. I'm going to practice and learn the ctx700, my favorite rhythm drum set is the Indian fx. The sounds of the drums and voices are so fun to use, I was a pro in ten minutes playing along with a BALI wood movie, so much fun... After reading and comparing for a year, I could finally get the ctx700 for a price next to nothing.
👤I like the sounds of the various instruments. When I tried out the different tones, I liked the song I was playing, but I switched to "Laura" when I heard the bass tone lend itself to another song. Can't wait to try it. I wish the instructions were larger as I am 80 and my eyes are not as good, but the instructions seem pretty good. I consider myself to be in the intermediate range of playing and playing for activities in the Senior Complex where I live. I played the accordion and French horn. I've owned keyboards in the $300 range but they usually end up with a grandchild. This is the best for the money. Can't wait to learn more about it.
The keyboard has a led light on it. You can play the piano in minutes. Powerful educational functions can be found in the free app of the electric portable keyboard. There are thousands of sheet music. The speakers have powerful built-in speakers and a 128-note maximum note polyphony. Midi output and recording. There are 128 instrument sounds available on the mobile app. Ios 10.0 + Ipad 2/4, New Pad, Ipad Mini1/2/3/4, Ipad Air1/2, Ipad Pro Iphone 5S/6/6 Plus/6S/6S are connected. Plus/7/7 plus 8 plus 8 plus 8 plus 8 plus 8 plus 8 plus 8 plus 8 plus 8 plus 8 plus 8 plus 8 plus 8 plus 8 plus 8 plus 8 plus 8 plus 8 plus 8 plus 8 plus 8 plus 8 plus 8 plus 8 plus 8 plus 8 plus 8 plus
👤The reviews of this show that almost nobody bought it for themselves. It could have been a gift for a child, or it could have been a gift for someone's mom or dad. There are people like me who are getting into piano but aren't interested in buying lessons. This review is to show other adults that this is a toy and not an adult keyboard. Does it work as a keyboard? My family has owned multiple pianos, including white grands, traditional pianos, and electric keyboards. I've done extensive research on this topic and am an avid piano music lover. I hated piano lessons when I was a kid because I was ADD. I quit because I got bored with the practice and couldn't read the music. The answer to my original question is yes, this works! I will go over each part that I found noteworthy. The keys are the most important part. The keys were a bit disappointing. I didn't expect them to be so light, I knew they were non-weighted. It feels like a toy to me. They have a weird feeling to them. I don't like them very much. I might break it if I play too hard. It's obvious that it's not a traditional keyboard. After about fifteen minutes of tooling around, I got used to the unusual feel, and it doesn't bother me anymore. How does the frame look? How does it feel? It looks nice compared to other electric keyboards. It's on par with others that I've seen, but it looks more modern. It looks like a music student would have something like that instead of a parent buying a toy for their child. The music stand worked well for holding my phone while I was playing. Third, internet. They have their own app. They have a lot of music available. It doesn't remove songs that require an 88 key piano from the search results. I think it's a ploy to get people to buy a full piano. They tell you before you buy something that it won't work. I've heard of people complaining about this, but I've tried a few that required the full piano. There is a message warning about compatibility, but you can play a lot of the full keyboard songs. It's possible to learn a full keyboard song on the shorter one, even if there is a note in there that requires a higher or lower octave. It will illuminate the notes in the correct order. If you want to see what I mean, play Scott Joplin's the Entertainer, the hard one, not the easy one. When you plug your device into the keyboard, it charges it. It's pretty handy. The speakers are talking. I expected more, but they're pretty good. I have a 7.2 surround sound in my house, and I plugged it in to make it sound better. The manual led me astray. You don't connect the aux out port and aux in port on the keyboard and stereo. If you do that, the speakers of the stereo will not work, and the keyboard will not make any sound. I plugged my phone into the stereo to see if it worked. My keyboard is malfunctioning. The only way I was able to do it was to plug my aux cord into the headphones port and then into the stereo's aux input. This thing's charge is small. I have a short desk that I play on and the charging port is barely visible. It's my biggest complaint. You should make sure that your station has batteries. I haven't tried it without the power cord, but I heard it can be used with batteries. Can't vouch for that. How do the lights work? Excellent. It's a great feature. It feels like a game. How fast can you press the keys? I felt a huge amount of pride, and in a funny way, it's more supportive than a piano teacher. If you don't get it right, you can go as slowly as you want. I've tried lessons. This is what I like. You don't feel embarrassed if you're terrible at first. It's just you and it! Can it be used as a learning tool? Absolutely. I'm sure it can. Does it fit with the standards of an adult with musical experience? Absolutely. I can recommend it. You don't need to learn to read music, and it's less expensive than paying a teacher. If you memorize the songs, you'll be fine. I'm sure that I'll find a cheap piano on the internet, but I'll learn on it. I think the best way to use this is to learn on it and transfer that knowledge to a traditional keyboard with better sound quality and a larger number of keys. Don't misunderstand me, I'm not returning it. This isn't a mistake. I'm not going to replace it with another piano. You will not regret your purchase of this tool. It will reignite the spark in you to learn and play again or as a continuation of your playing. Awesome purchase, awesome tool. If you look into a teacher, you'll be looking at $150 a month. If you buy this and have a lot of hours of teaching for years if you take good care of it, or if you have two months of traditional teaching, you can find a keyboard somewhere. It's up to you. It's clear for me. I will take the light keyboard. Play it whenever and wherever you please. How many piano teachers can you call when you're bored? If you don't buy it, you're here for a reason. You want to play this instrument more often. You're amazing for this. I tried to help you by telling you my thoughts. Find what you love. You can find the keyboard and setting. All that matters is that you are comfortable. Don't give up. Don't get upset. If one thing doesn't work for you, switch. Don't give up. You will regret it in the end. I wish you good luck. Music is one of the most beautiful things in the world. You can do it. It doesn't matter how good you are. What matters is that you are happy. This dream has been rejuvenated by this piano. I cannot thank the ONE Music Group enough. Stay focused. Don't let anyone tell you no. It's all over. That's the end of my review. I hope it helped someone. I'm going to play here in a minute. Best of luck to the mystery reader. It's a good thing.
Usb is connected to the internet. A carry handle is built in. A dance music mode integration. 400 tones, 77 rhythms, 60 songs. Power supply and music rest are included.
👤I bought a keyboard learning kit from Rockjam and it was broken in several different ways, and it sounded tinny and electronic. The difference is unbelievable, I took a chance on a Casiotone for just $30 more. This has beautiful sound, a nice, solid, easy setup, and headphones that sound good. I haven't used the software because I'm using an online video course. If you want to use the headphones with something else, you need a headphone jack adapter. It came with a sheet music stand that could be put into the carry handle. The keys feel nice and have a good weight and responsiveness that doesn't feel like cheap plastic, but I was disappointed in the Rockjam set. There are many features and the metronome is great. I learned from my first keyboard experience that a keyboard that sounds like a piano is a must for kids. How will they learn to play if they don't know what it is? The sound of the Rockjam was so bad that my daughter wasn't interested in it. That is the closest for me. You can buy this one over at the Rockjam. You will be happy you did.
👤After only a few months of intermittent use, the metal shaft of the port fell into the keyboard. The keyboard was bought for an online piano lesson program, so it's useless to us. The product was cheaply made and had a faulty or poorly soldered shaft. We were told to contact the manufacturer by the Amazon seller. We were told by Casio that they wouldn't cover the damage under the warranty and that we would have to mail the keyboard back to them. We had to make an account to try and request service under warranty, but the model is not repairable. I wouldn't recommend this product to anyone. If your unit is as cheaply made as ours, you will not be helped in getting a replacement but you will be stuck with more time, money, and unnecessary frustration. For the price of the keyboard, it isn't worth trying to get Casio to make it right. We will probably have to cut our losses and buy another keyboard or re-solder the part ourselves. If you want to make good on your promise to return the faulty keyboard, I would be happy to do so for you. When incompetent companies refuse to make good on their junk products, your customer should not have to shoulder the loss. The piece which broke loose was an image of the circuit board. There is no way to hold it in place and the small points of connection are not enough to hold up to the normal activity of pushing in and pulling out the device. It's really sad. This product and company has caused me so much frustration and disappointment.
👤My daughter wanted to play on the keyboard. There were many options in this price range. I wanted her to be able to connect to the computer with a keyboard. This keyboard was perfect for our needs. The keys seem close to full size, but I assumed it was a much smaller keyboard. It is portable, plugs in and has all the capabilities I wanted for a fair price. A perfect keyboard.
The ultimate beginners digital piano has 12 professionally crafted voices and powerful educational features. 88 premium full-sized hammer action keys have a responsive feel to suit your preferred playing style. There is a power amplifier and a stereo output for private practice, as well as a built-in 20W speakers. Powerful educational features - standard, split, layer, record and Lesson modes have 128-note max polyphony and are built in FX. You can learn piano today with a 3 month premium subscription for expert online piano lessons.
👤I have played the piano for a long time and this product is very good. The sound is similar to the real piano and the touch sensitivity is good. There are some differences with the real piano. It will shake when you play it hard. It is an excellent product. There is a video for reference.
👤Customer service is not good. Our daughter received a keyboard as a Christmas gift. The weighted keys are close to a real piano, and the sound is quite good. Two months after purchase, a single note began to miss. I contacted Alesis, but it took a couple of weeks for them to say that the keyboard was faulty and they would replace it. I sent them multiple emails over the course of the month and they did not give any more information. They said that we would need to pay a shipping fee of $97 and that the keyboard may not be eligible if every item was returned at the same time. If we missed anything, we would have spent over $100 to ship a keyboard, and ended up with nothing. In order to get the product I paid for, I need to spend an additional $100+. The keyboard was fine when it worked, but when it turned out to have a defect, it took over 5 weeks and multiple emails for Alesis to tell us we needed to shell out more money for the possibility of having the product we had paid for. Not sure if it's worth the hassle.
👤I have had it for a year. I am an average amateur piano player. It looked like it had a lot of features and good reviews when I bought it. The keyboard feels good to me. The keyboards produce a thump sound when hit. The keyboard seems a little loud. When sound is turned off, sound keys make sounds. You can hear this when you hit keys hard. There is a If you record what you play to the keyboard and play it back, you get a clean sound because there is no sound of you hitting the keys. I like the different voices. The violins voice is not the same as in other keyboards. It gives the feeling of hearing violins. I like the ability to record. It's very easy to record and play back. You can learn one hand of a song, record it, and then play it back and forth with the other hand. It helps me learn music quickly. You cannot change voices while playing along to recorded track, that's the only bug I have with recording. It has a lot of features, but it has a small annoyance. After a year, I have only played half of the features. I like split, it allows you to have one voice and the other voice, and it's nice. My left plays violins while my right plays piano. It makes some pretty music. The feature of the metronome is nice. It has a computer interface that I want to explore some day. I ordered a laptop stand that I love. I put my laptop on the stand and watch videos on the internet that play guitar hero. The guitar hero way of learning has changed my life because I have struggled with being a great music reader. I change the speed on the internet as I learn it. I can learn songs very quickly, and it's like playing a PIANO HERO game. These keyboards help me learn. Being able to simply record and play back helps learn fast. I'm going to try to get video up here to show some features. If you want to see if you like learning to play piano, you should consider a cheaper keyboard. If you want to make records, there are more expensive pianos out there. I thank Alesis for making this piano, it's perfect middle ground. There were a few negative reviews about support issues. I have never had to deal with customer support so I have no opinion on that. This is after a year of use where I would think I put around 300 hours of playing on it. I got a 3 year warranty for square trade and I am hoping I won't need it. The square trade 3 year warranty is under 9. They are having a lot of warranty claims. Good luck with your keyboard shopping. It was not easy for me to buy it, but I am very happy with my choice a year later.
The RockJam 561 keyboard piano super kit includes a digital keyboard with 61 full-size keys and can be powered by either mains power or batteries. The RockJam 561 piano keyboard has a display panel that displays and engages the 100 rhythms, 50 tones, teaching functions, and 30 demo songs that are part of its function. The RockJam 561 electric piano has a built in recorder and player that allows you to build layers to your sound. The keyboard stand is sturdy and can be adjusted to suit keyboard players of all ages. The electric piano keyboard super kit has a padded seat that is easy to fold and a thick padded seat for hours of comfortable play.
👤I'm giving a 3 star review because the keyboard bundle is great so far, but it is a lie that the app with the music and teaching functions is free. After you sign up for it, you are charged $119.95 for the next year, even though it is only free for a week.
👤I was considering getting this keyboard because it was a brand I had never heard of. I decided to try it because the price was right. The keyboard didn't last me long. I couldn't wait to plug it in and try it out after I found this delivery and sitting on my porch. I was blasted with feedback when I hit the Power button. I fiddled with the power plug and the feedback was still buzzing even though it died down a little. I began to notice the things I could not live without after this happened. In the first 2 minutes, I noticed my issues with this keyboard. The feedback. 2. The display was malfunctioning. 3. Very heavy. 4. The power button is cheap. It felt terrible pushing. If you've ever done that, this felt like I was pressing an emergency button to shut off the gasoline pumps at your convenience store. 5. The keys were cheap. 6. The feel of the keys was off. It took a lot of force to hit the key. 7. The circuit board was in between the keys. This shows that there is a direct path for your spilled drink to go. I should have gone with an established brand.
👤One of the keys broke while I was playing, I bought this product new a long time ago. Is it possible to have it replaced? Without this key, it is useless. Please reply as soon as possible. Attached is a photo.
👤My mother is using a 61-key electric keyboard. It is the perfect size for small spaces and the headphones are a great solution to community living. If you have elders in your life, musical instruments like electronic keyboards are a great way to keep them busy and productive. The RockJam makes it easy for seniors without a background in music to play the piano. Thanks to the techno features that kids and grandkids understand and appreciate, the medium encourages multi-generational collaboration and use. The opportunities for practical application are also available, and the fun factor is built in. My mom is practicing for a holiday event. She might be able to wow her audience by setting one of the tunes to a rhythm with a synthesizer tone. The added value of the foot pedal makes the RockJam a serious musical instrument despite its techno bells and whistles. You can be a rock star or a classical musician with this keyboard. An outstanding all-ages instrument for the young and young at heart.
👤I got a second hand item after ordering a brand new one. The item had boxn marks on it. It's so unprofessional! The little parts are in the bag.
Super Piano KeyboardMoukey 61 key keyboard piano is ideal for master finger control, giving you that traditional piano feel and allows automatic chord. This 61 digital piano has a huge music library, which is perfect for beginners. The electronic keyboard has a lot of interesting functions, such as Clear display, Recording, Teaching keyboard, Drums, tuning, Metronome, Tempo adjustment, Synchronization, Sustain, Portamento wheel and so on. Headphone and microphone mode. Headphone mode can be used if you don't want to disturb others. There is a microphone jack that allows you to sing and enjoy the music. The MEK-200 keyboards piano can be powered by 8 pieces of 1.5V D-type batteries or a power supply. The portable piano body makes it convenient to play outside or perform at a party.
👤I wasn't expecting much from the keyboard set, but once I got the kit, I felt the light weight of the keyboard itself. I was very surprised to find that my preconceived notions were wrong. The keyboard is almost nothing. The plastic housing feels flimsy. If you were a performer, you wouldn't take this keyboard to a gig. That isn't what this unit is intended for. The keyboard is meant to be used for learning. The light weight could be considered a plus. The less-than-robust construction shouldn't deter anyone from considering this unit. It is supposed to be more stationary. This unit is a great learning tool. "One Key Teaching" and "FOLLOW TEACHING" both function exactly as their description suggests. Highly intuitive and fun to use. The sounds were both high quality and quantity. The preset voices all sound better than the budget keyboards. I can see myself using these sounds for demo recordings. The VIBRATO button adds a pitch variation effect to any voice that is currently selected. Nice touch. One can play 300 distinct drum patterns in 26 styles with the rhythm section. The sounds are synthetic, if not remarkable. The drum pattern has a variation with the touch of the fill in button. The eight DRUM PAD buttons are located directly above the keys and you can play your own drum in real time. There are buttons for beginners which allow them to play with a single finger. The feature only works on the lower end of the keyboard, so you can't play other parts with the right hand. A pattern can be created by combining the functions of the drums and chord. TheFILL IN button is available in this mode. The tuning can be adjusted with the + and + buttons, and the TEMPO can be adjusted with the FINE TUNE buttons. The TRANSPOSE buttons can be used to change the key of your rhythm patterns. Can you tell if the keyboard is deep? There are many features here. You can save a performance and play it back. If you plug the included microphone into the back of the unit, it will record all the sounds you make, including drums, rhythm patterns, and even a vocal. The unit has an unexpected feature that allows it to be used as a controller for any outboard voice units or with a computer program. There are additional jacks for connecting to the internet. There is a phone jack for silent practice. Plugging in a pair of headphones will automatically mute the internal stereo speakers. The entire kit includes 1. The keyboard is 2. A sturdy stand which is height adjusted. 3. An X-braced collapsible stool. A microphone. There are headphones 6. The keyboard 7 has a sheet music holder on it. An instruction manual. The manual has only one complaint. The user is forced to learn through trial-and-error because many of the available features aren't covered within. Most of the features are obvious in their operation. I think a more thorough owner's manual can be found on the website of the Moukey/Donner. I've only scratched the surface of what this keyboard can do. The unit is a great bargain and would make a great first keyboard for a student or casual player.
There are 28 carefully designed exercises of gradually increasing difficulty and 11 popular children's songs in the book. You can learn how to play the piano with correct hand and finger techniques. The basics of sight reading of sheet music are taught in the book. The notes in the lesson book are colorcoded using the same color scheme of bright and cheerful colors, so you can easily match them between the book and piano stickers. It helps kids and beginners memorize notes quickly. A game change for those who are just starting out and for visual learners. Stickers are printed between two layers of transparent vinyl to prevent ink from fading away, and coated with a long lasting glue that does not damage the keyboard. The right size letters are printed to be able to read through during practice. Stickers come with a placement user guide and a utility stick to help you install them quickly. The Stickers can be easily removed. It is made in the USA.
👤The color-coding system makes learning easier. My daughter is learning to count beats after a few weeks of lessons and I feel like I did a year into learning piano because she is not worried about notes. I am using this book with a couple others, but my daughter's favorite is the one she starts with every day, because it takes her gradually adding one note at a time.
👤I love the stickers! They are easy to remove. My son got too excited and applied about half of them. I was able to take them off. My kids have learned their scales from the book. I highly recommend!
👤The lesson book has a few songs. There is nothing available for the next level. There should be piano books for sale. The red and orange stickers are almost the same color. It's hard to differentiate.
👤My daughter and I got keyboards over the holidays and I wanted her to learn the keys, so I had to learn them as well. I like that it has a note on the scale on the sticker for the key. The book that comes with the stickers is a good beginner book. My daughter has been using it to warm up. I bought this set because the sticker was large. They were not lying when they said the item was large. The stickers have helped me and my daughter out a lot. This product is 100% recommended by me.
👤It's perfect for a young child. Our daughter plays on her own without having to listen to instructions. The music theory is offered in the book. Your child does not need to learn these factors from the beginning, but rather learn the notes, where they are, fingers used to play them, and how to read music theory. Metronome needs additional supplies.
👤Poor instructions lead to the stickers being lost. I wouldn't have had to buy the stickers if I knew where middle c was.
👤It seems like it will help us learn the piano from home. The book has stickers on it. You don't need to order the stickers like I did.
👤Stickers are nice. The color and note picture is fine. . . Most of the book are simple repeated notes. . . It would be great if the book included simple songs such as Row, Your Boat. There is a little star. . The younger set would benefit from more modern songs. You might need a release of your intellectual property.
👤I am really disappointed with this. The stickers are great but the book is not. I bought this for my child to help them learn the keys and notes. The majority of the book is exercises that don't make up a tune. The other 20% of songs are familiar, but they don't show the note letter, they rely on the kids having learned the notes or looking for colors. I bought this book to help build her interest and I'm sure it's good for development. It's harder without the letters. I would have returned if I hadn't stuck the stickers on.
The DEK-610 electronic keyboard has two 20W high-quality speakers, which achieve three-dimensional surround sound, heavy bass, and warm tone, making your music performance better. It is portable and perfect for indoor or outdoor activities. The Donner piano keyboard has three excellent teaching modes to help beginners get familiar with traditional piano and meet the need of different learning. The DEK-610 music keyboard has a huge music library with 500 tones, 300 rhythms, 40 demo songs, and you can create your own music or do band performances. A great choice for players. There are many practical and interesting functions on their beginner keyboard, such as auto-chord, recording, keyboard drum, mp3 playing and etc., and it has a HD display panel, which can show the running functions. Dek-610 electric piano is designed to meet different usage needs. It supports mp3 playing,usb MIDI, external audio, microphone, headphones, and extra Sustain Pedal.
👤I am a beginner piano player. I am going crazy to find things to do. I didn't know anything about music and I thought I would try it.
👤My wife was interested in learning how to play piano, and I thought a keyboard would be a great learning tool. I wanted her to have something that was a little more updated, since I had an old one. I stumbled on the keyboard. I've heard good things about the Donner name, and it seemed to have a lot of tools that would encourage her to learn, and at a great price to match. A full-size keyboard for under $100? There aren't a lot of them floating around. This is a great keyboard for beginners or intermediate players. It's made of plastic, but doesn't feel cheap, and the buttons are sturdy, but for home practice it's a good fit. The build quality is comparable to my old Casio, but at a lower price point. It's lighter and less bulky, which makes it easy to move around for my short wife. It can be powered by batteries, which is more practical than the 6 "C" batteries required for my old keyboard, and even has an automatic setting that will stop the batteries from draining when the AC cord is plugged in. There are 500 voices in the large library. It's possible to find a sound that will fit your mood and musical project. We haven't had time to noodle with them all yet, but I've heard they are good for the price point. I wouldn't use most of them in any serious recordings, but they will fit nicely in demos, singalong practice, or posts to social media. The electronic display is easy to read, but it can be hard to see which fingers are being highlighted, as it can be hard to see which fingers are being highlighted. It has a list of activated settings and even has staffs that highlight the notes you're playing as you press them. This can help users learn to read music, and also to quickly write cool "riffs" and melodies for later use. This is an excellent keyboard for the price point, as long as you go in with the right expectations, and it isn't something that's going to blow you away with its versatile qualities. It has everything a budding pianist could want, including a handy music stand, a headphone jack, and a way to practice even in quiet surroundings. If you want to learn but don't want to spend a lot of money, there's no need to look any further.
👤This is an amazing bargain. I can't believe how much it costs to use this keyboard. I realized after placing my order all of the extras, which is weird as I am usually so detail-oriented. When I was in college, my parents gave me a full-sized electronic keyboard, and I ordered this as a potential replacement. It was meant to help me practice when I couldn't or didn't want to brave the elements to get to a practice room, and I was a music major. I was a voice major and part of that degree included several semesters of piano, both class and private, as a kid. I mention all of that to say that I am not a virtuoso. I was good at what I was doing, but it wasn't my passion. It's great to have a keyboard around because I sometimes need a reference point when learning a new song or teaching voice lessons. I keep the one from college in a dedicated bag. I don't do it often because it's hard to drag out. My hope was that this one would be less trouble and result in more use. It is amazing that this comes with a stand and stool. The music holder is wonderful. There is a WOW, the options...WOW. There are so many voices and styles. I remember playing on the electric organ in my grandmother's house when I was a kid. Ha! After playing on the keys for a while, I realized how sensitive they are. The way the electric pianos we used in college felt like this. It's up to college music department standards, which is pretty awesome. It is not full size as far as how many actual keys are concerned, but there are not many times when people really need those extra keys. I wouldn't spend a lot of time looking for help or affirmation because the note on the bass and treble clefs isn't accurate. It seems as if one can use this tool to train themselves/teach themselves, as well as the usual fun things like recording your own songs, looping, etc. I don't know how the connection works, it looks like a charging cable to me, and maybe I don't have compatible mp3 devices, but I am not sure of the purpose. I don't know. I haven't needed a Midi port since the 90's, when I was writing music with the Finale program. The microphone it comes with is cheap. It feels like a toy. You would need to provide that because there is no stand for it. It's hard to play and hold a mic at the same time. There is a It would be even better if it came with a bag. If you are going to leave it out all the time, you won't need one, though you might want to drape something over it to protect it from dust. I live in a small house that does not have enough room for a dedicated music room, so I will have to keep my older keyboard in a safe place, much like my older keyboard has been. Wow, what a deal. It's seriously. I am certain my dad spent more back in the day than he did today, but it didn't come with some of the extras.
This keyboard piano has 54 keys that give it a traditional piano feel. The RockJam 54 keyboard piano is portable and can be powered by either batteries or mains power. It's perfect for use in the home and on the road. The sound quality of the two Inbuilt stereo speakers is excellent. You can use the sheet music stand to support either sheet music or tablets, so you can read music or follow tuition as you play. The Simply piano application has exclusive access to content that can be used to assist keyboard piano players of all ages.
👤March 2022. The unit is working great and still awesome. It is new to me and I practice it for 30 minutes every day. It's a blessing and worth every penny. Nov 2019: The first order had a bad power plug, but Amazon replaced it. The RockJam 88 key piano is a replacement for my old keys. I was able to reuse the old stand and pedal. I have provided 888-353-1299 The keyboard sound is good for beginners. It is a bit electronic for an advanced person, but I added an old Altec Lansing VS4121 2.1 Computer Speaker System that I had stored away. The speakers give a full sound to all the keys and the bass sub gives the lower notes a deeper tone. The keyboard feels great. It's not too tight or soft. The customer service interactions I've had have been good. I gifted a church a console piano three years ago, after having it for many years. The longing was growing but has been satisfied by the RockJam 88 key unit.
👤I am very disappointed. This was supposed to be my daughter's birthday gift today, but due to the condition of the item, I have no gift for her. How do you get through quality control?
👤I bought this keyboard for myself and my child to learn on. I have been a drummer my whole life. I have seen a lot of top dollar electric keyboards. You should not expect it to be at this price. If you're looking for an outstanding value for a beginners keyboard, this is it. The sound quality is good. The keys are pressure sensitive. It looks very sleek and so far it has been fun to play. I wish I could play. It is an awesome beginner keyboard.
👤I picked up the piano at the age of 43 without any previous experience. I wanted to buy something cheap to learn from. I love playing and never miss a day. I have loved learning on this keyboard. It's lightweight and portable and has tons of options for tones and rhythms, most of which I don't use, but it's cool to know they are there if I want to mix things up from time to time. The music stand is the only thing holding me back from giving a five star rating. I lay the music on top of the piano after removing it. It's not ideal, but it's working for me. The speakers vibrate on some notes and it's less than lovely if the volume is high. ... I am sure that sounds bad for potential buyers, but for the money, this is a great little keyboard. I have traveled with it many times and it has been a good instrument. You can't go wrong with the price. It's great for kids or adults. I will be buying a Privia in the fall, but I will keep the keyboard for travel. I feel that it's worth every cent of the price, even with the issues I have mentioned.
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