DP-6 Digital Pianos - Various bundles From £285.98 - £325.98 Delivered @ Gear4Music
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DP-6 Digital Pianos - Various bundles From £285.98 - £325.98 Delivered @ Gear4Music

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Found 22nd Feb
I like to dabble on the keys from time to time, predominantly a guitarist but as I don't have many mates that play instruments, I decided to get an M-Audio Keyboard so that I could add more of my own stuff to tracks I make. I've had that from some time and am now looking for something a bit more substantial and these look decent value and the YT demos are pretty impressive for the price point.

The keyboard itself has weighted keys, which will be much better than your standard budget keyboard. Being able to get that feedback from the keys makes for smoother playing for sure. If you've never tried weighted keys before, you'll find it really nice in comparison.

The all come with an expression pedal, which can be used to sustain notes/chords. If you've never used one, you'll be surprised at the impact they can have on the quality of your music, once you get used to using it.

Full specs on the keys at the foot of the description


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There's 3 packages to choose from:

DP-6 Digital Piano by Gear4music £279.99 + £5.99 del
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DP-6 Digital Piano by Gear4music + Accessory Pack £299.99 + £5.99 Del
  • HP-170 Headphones
  • Collapsible Piano Bench
  • DP-6 Digital Piano by Gear4music

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DP-6 Digital Piano Bench Pack by Gear4music £319.99 + £5.99 Del

  • HP-170 Headphones
  • Wooden Piano Stool with Storage
  • DP-6 Digital Piano by Gear4music
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Keyboard Specs

  • Model: Keyboard 88 fully weighted and hammer action keys
  • Cabinet Style: Standard
  • Piano Lid: No
  • Touch Sensitivity: 4 levels
  • Keyboard Type: Weighted
  • Voices: 16 stereo PCM voices
  • Polyphony: 64
  • Touch Response: 4 Levels of touch response
  • Recording: Stereo recording and playback of your compositions with two memory locations
  • Effects: 4 Reverb levels and Chorus
  • SD Card Slot: No
  • USB: Yes
  • Controls: Power on/off, Master Volume, Dual Voice Controls, Reverb, Chorus, Transpose, Metronome, Tempo up / down
  • Speakers: (2 x 10W RMS)
  • LCD display
  • Built in Metronome
  • Headphone output: (stereo)
  • Line Output: (stereo)
  • Line Input: (stereo)
  • Sustain Pedal input
  • USB Out
  • 8 Built in demo songs
  • Dimensions: 139cm x 78cm x 42cm (W x H x D)
  • Weight: 35 kg (including stand)


Included Accessories
  • Power Adapter
  • Deluxe music rest
  • Piano style expression pedal
  • USB Cable
  • Owners manual
  • Detachable base stand
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Thanks, how do these compare to yamaha,Korg, etc. Just looking for an option for my 13 year old whose been learning keyboard for 4 years. Thanks
ARMADO1 h, 5 m ago

Thanks, how do these compare to yamaha,Korg, etc. Just looking for an …Thanks, how do these compare to yamaha,Korg, etc. Just looking for an option for my 13 year old whose been learning keyboard for 4 years. Thanks


Hey, I've not tried them personally, but I think it's going to depend a lot on what you're looking at spending. Obviously the likes of Yamaha & Korg can be a lot more expensive. I think these look like good value if you're not looking to whack out mega money for a higher end one. There's a couple of demos on Youtube though if that helps.

Sorry I can't offer much more insight on them at the moment. If I end up with one (Not sure yet, need to make room) I'll drop a comment in.
Weighted hammer action, good price. Can always use the usb with a vst instrument like Steinberg the grand for a better recorded sound. Gear 4 music are great so heat from me.
ARMADO18 h, 39 m ago

Thanks, how do these compare to yamaha,Korg, etc. Just looking for an …Thanks, how do these compare to yamaha,Korg, etc. Just looking for an option for my 13 year old whose been learning keyboard for 4 years. Thanks


If your budget is around this price, then the Yamaha P45 or Casio CDP130 are well-respected, tried and tested alternatives. You'd be much better off with one of these.
You'll be able to sell them on for a decent amount too when you want to upgrade. You'd struggle to sell the G4M one.
Edited by: "SuffolkLad222" 23rd Feb
Apologies, have I missed it somewhere? It says it's on Sale but from what price?

SesameStreetKid2 h, 26 m ago

Apologies, have I missed it somewhere? It says it's on Sale but from what …Apologies, have I missed it somewhere? It says it's on Sale but from what price?


Price history shows the cheapest one in this thread having an average price of £359 and this being the cheapest it has been
SuffolkLad22223rd Feb

If your budget is around this price, then the Yamaha P45 or Casio CDP130 …If your budget is around this price, then the Yamaha P45 or Casio CDP130 are well-respected, tried and tested alternatives. You'd be much better off with one of these. You'll be able to sell them on for a decent amount too when you want to upgrade. You'd struggle to sell the G4M one.


Thanks for the info. Just out of interest, why apart from the make should I go for one of those?

I'm looking for one just to start out on the piano and learn a bit, not live playing or anything like that. Just wondering if it may be better spending a bit more and getting a keyboard with keys that really feel like a normal piano.
supermann1 h, 37 m ago

Thanks for the info. Just out of interest, why apart from the make should …Thanks for the info. Just out of interest, why apart from the make should I go for one of those? I'm looking for one just to start out on the piano and learn a bit, not live playing or anything like that. Just wondering if it may be better spending a bit more and getting a keyboard with keys that really feel like a normal piano.




Hi

The Yamaha and Casio models I mentioned both have hammer action piano feel. With either of those you definitely won't be disappointed. (I'm a semi-pro pianist (and equipment enthusiast). They will feel like a real piano and give you a good and satisfying start to your playing career. If you want to spend more you will get more advanced features and quality and if look is important you can get a furniture-style one.
SuffolkLad2223 h, 35 m ago

HiThe Yamaha and Casio models I mentioned both have hammer action piano …HiThe Yamaha and Casio models I mentioned both have hammer action piano feel. With either of those you definitely won't be disappointed. (I'm a semi-pro pianist (and equipment enthusiast). They will feel like a real piano and give you a good and satisfying start to your playing career. If you want to spend more you will get more advanced features and quality and if look is important you can get a furniture-style one.




Cheers. Cool. I was thinking of maybe spending about £400-£500. Sorry to go on a bit but are there any other keyboards on places like Amazon that I should keep an eye on pricewise? I'm in no hurry basically.
Edited by: "supermann" 9th Jun
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