The Best Digital Pianos on Reverb

The most popular digital pianos on Reverb, updated daily.

A natural companion for apartment dwellers who want to practice but are limited on space, the digital piano is a natural feature in many musicians' jam and living rooms alike. The term "digital piano" is a pretty general term: Anything from a single recreation of a baby grand to an electric piano, organ, harpsichord and more all rolled into one, plus effects, fall into this category. The latter makes these guys popular with gigging keys players who need plenty of tone in a portable package.

From the straightforward package of the Yamaha P-45 Digital Piano to the expansive possibilities of the Nord Stage 3 Compact Stage Keyboard, a showroom of options is up for grabs in a range of prices and builds. Find out which digital pianos the players are after in 2019 right here.

The list below updates daily and reflects the most popular digital pianos on Reverb right now, according to buyers on the platform. Click on each entry for more info and check out the bottom of the page for details to consider when searching for the best digital piano for you.

What to Consider When Buying a Digital Piano

Portability

One of the biggest considerations to take into account is deciding whether you just need something to play at home or an instrument that can head to the practice space or stage. Options like the Yamaha Arius YDP-184 and Kawai KDP110 Digital Pianos offer both sturdy construction and a solid emulation of sitting at a real piano, while picks like Roland RD-2000 and Korg SV-1 Vintage Stage Pianos are, well, made for the stage and lugging in and out of venues.

Number of Keys, Key Sensitivity/Response

As a rule of thumb, if you want to get as close as possible to emulating an actual acoustic piano, you need 88 keys, and you need them to be weighted. You're not going to get a perfect simulation of the feel and response of a real piano key (at least until technology makes it possible), but weighted keys and a hammer effect will get you a good bit of the way towards the real deal.

Some well-reviewed options for beginners and seasoned players alike include the Casio Privia PX-160 and Roland FP-30.

Built-In Modes and Onboard Effects

Worried you might be bored with just one sound in one instrument? A digital piano with multiple voicings is the cure. Most digital pianos come with at least a few different onboard options (organ, '80s synth, etc.), but some in particular are built to offer tonal textural flexibility. Nord built its name on powerful piano, organ, and synth engines all in one package, and their Stage 3 Compact and Stage 2 HA (Hammer Action) are popular choices.

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