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RockJam RJ761-SK Key Electronic Interactive Teaching Piano Keyboard with Stand, Stool, Sustain pedal & Headphones £71.99 @ Amazon
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RockJam RJ761-SK Key Electronic Interactive Teaching Piano Keyboard with Stand, Stool, Sustain pedal & Headphones £71.99 @ Amazon

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  • The RockJam 761 keyboard piano superkit includes a digital keyboard with 61 full size keys giving you that traditional piano feel whilst maintaining a portable and compact design that can be powered by either mains (power supply included) or batteries.
  • This RockJam 761 keyboard piano features a touch display panel that both displays feedback and engages the 200 rhythms, 200 tones, a tea ching function and 30 demo songs that are part of its functionality.
  • The RockJam 761 Keyboard piano has record and playback functionality allowing you to build layers to your sound and the midi output inte grates with your Digital Audio Workstation like Ableton and Logic via a single cable.
  • This keyboard piano superkit package includes a keyboard stand that is sturdy in design and can be adjusted to suit keyboard piano playe rs both young and old.
  • This Keyboard piano superkit contains padded seat that is easily folded and has a thick padded seat for hours of comfortable play.
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Surely the keyboard doesn't have weighted keys does it? If so then what a bargain!
Broc_Mudflap23/08/2019 21:51

Surely the keyboard doesn't have weighted keys does it? If so then what a …Surely the keyboard doesn't have weighted keys does it? If so then what a bargain!



No they're not weighted.
Or keyboard on it's own £35. Was posted yesterday
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I would have bought this if it had weighted keys as I haven't got room for a piano.. I guess it's good for the price as it has a sustain pedal..
darren_hooker24/08/2019 18:27

I would have bought this if it had weighted keys as I haven't got room for …I would have bought this if it had weighted keys as I haven't got room for a piano.. I guess it's good for the price as it has a sustain pedal..


Check out the Roland FP30 it has an awesome keybed very authentic
JamesSmith27/08/2019 02:59

Check out the Roland FP30 it has an awesome keybed very authentic



That's good but not a beginners piano. Why not the Yamaha P-45B Digital Piano which is cheaper?
thelondontrader27/08/2019 09:22

That's good but not a beginners piano. Why not the Yamaha P-45B Digital …That's good but not a beginners piano. Why not the Yamaha P-45B Digital Piano which is cheaper?


Couldn't comment on the Yamaha, the music company I work for won't trade in their products for reasons I won't go into. I don't really rate Yamaha products, though I have no experience of that model.

I can say the PHA-4 Standard keybed in the FP-30 is well regarded, we get tons of feedback from end users - schools and pro users - and a lot of people prefer it and find it more authentic to the PHA-50 keybed in the flagship FP-90 which is twice the price!

Do a bit of googling on PHA-4 vs PHA-50 you'll see there are comments about this online.
BTW I would say it's a beginner or learners piano, we sell lots of them to schools! Not the cheapest but not just great action, great build quality too.

If the goal is to end up proficient on an acoustic, it's better to practice/learn on a near approximation to avoid picking up bad habits. What I would say is try and find a store that stocks the Yamaha and Roland and some acoustic pianos, compare the action and see which you prefer.
JamesSmith27/08/2019 11:46

BTW I would say it's a beginner or learners piano, we sell lots of them to …BTW I would say it's a beginner or learners piano, we sell lots of them to schools! Not the cheapest but not just great action, great build quality too.If the goal is to end up proficient on an acoustic, it's better to practice/learn on a near approximation to avoid picking up bad habits. What I would say is try and find a store that stocks the Yamaha and Roland and some acoustic pianos, compare the action and see which you prefer.



I'd say for a beginner like myself a 50 quid cheap keyboard is more than enough to start. Then if I feel it is for me, upgrade to the one you say?
thelondontrader27/08/2019 12:59

I'd say for a beginner like myself a 50 quid cheap keyboard is more than …I'd say for a beginner like myself a 50 quid cheap keyboard is more than enough to start. Then if I feel it is for me, upgrade to the one you say?


Sounds like a plan I'd budget a bit more though! Unless you can work with a softsynth? Alesis VI49, VI61 have very nice keybed and great semi-weighted action, can be had used <£100 (check every key)

You want a keyboard with full size, velocity sensitive, square end keys. Weighted/semi weighted with internal sounds will take you over £100.

Other good starters Roland GO:PIANO, Alesis Recital, Casio CTK-3500, Axus AXP25 <- the latter one can be found in clean condition around £50 on ebay

Then, maybe have a few lessons, yes step up to the FP-30 level if all goes well.

Good luck
Edited by: "JamesSmith" 27th Aug
darren_hooker24/08/2019 15:47

Is this a young Gary Barlow.. lol


He used to live near me, down a track next to the Golden Pheasnant in Plumley. There was always a gaggle of girls waiting where the track comes to the road...

Just for laughs I would occasionally swing off down the track a bit to get this bunch of girls running after me car.. then they would sigh with disappointment when they caught up must have done it about five times

Completely random anecdote for you there..
JamesSmith27/08/2019 16:06

He used to live near me, down a track next to the Golden Pheasnant in …He used to live near me, down a track next to the Golden Pheasnant in Plumley. There was always a gaggle of girls waiting where the track comes to the road...Just for laughs I would occasionally swing off down the track a bit to get this bunch of girls running after me car.. then they would sigh with disappointment when they caught up must have done it about five times Completely random anecdote for you there..


Sounds like you had a bit of fun.. I like Gary Barlow cause he seems down to earth like Mark Owen
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