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RockJam RJ761-SK Key Electronic Interactive Teaching Piano Keyboard with Stand, Stool, Sustain pedal & Headphones £74.99 @ Amazon
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RockJam RJ761-SK Key Electronic Interactive Teaching Piano Keyboard with Stand, Stool, Sustain pedal & Headphones £74.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 12th Nov 2018

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The Rockjam 761 Keyboard Super Kit includes a 61 key full size keyboard, a sturdy adjustable stand, a pair of high quality headphones, a sustain pedal and a comfortable and durable stool perfect for use in the home, on stage or in the studio and represents the perfect all in one package for beginners, students and educators alike.

The keyboard itself is highly adaptable and features 30 demo songs, 200 sounds and 200 rhythms with built-in teaching functions.

Additional features include record and playback settings that will allow you to record unto notes, your LCD display will show the this is reached by indicating FL.

All the functions and features on the Rockjam 761 Keyboard Super Kit are easily accessible and clearly labeled by a illuminated and highly responsive touchscreen.

The RockJam 761 is the perfect entry level product for an aspiring musicians. Choose from a variety of sounds - including piano to piccolo, organ, and many other orchestral instruments.

The Rock Jam 761 keyboard also has 3 different effects and controls (Effect, Control And Accompaniment Control) helping you add more style and really fill the sound of your music.

You can also play chords from a single key and learn and understand how chords are constructed. Easy To Use On-Board Practice / Teaching Functions The on-board practice / teaching functions help you to fill your sound and play along with the main melody. With the rhythm programming function, you can construct a backing to your pieces that will help further inspire you.




Features & details
  • Compact digital keyboard with 61 full-size keys, LCD screen, record and playback functionality, 200 keyboard sounds, 200 rhythms, and 30 demo songs
  • Sturdy, adjustable keyboard stand is easy to move throughout the home or studio
  • Thick padded, adjustable stool engineered for keyboard play
  • Headphones let musicians practice in virtual privacy without disturbing others
  • Sustain pedal, to enrich your keyboards Tone.
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Fixitbob30 m ago

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Probably a decent starter keyboard but the lack of touch sensitivity is a bit of a drawback.
Thanks OP was waiting for this one to drop in price
simonbrown12/11/2018 13:20

Probably a decent starter keyboard but the lack of touch sensitivity is a …Probably a decent starter keyboard but the lack of touch sensitivity is a bit of a drawback.



Touch sensitive? Please could you help (OR ANYONE who knows about piano keyboards) – I have no knowledge about pianos - how would you compare this to Yamaha ypt-255 – have these 2 as potential choices for my 6 year old - she would eventually appear for grading exams
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johndale198012/11/2018 14:26

Touch sensitive? Please could you help (OR ANYONE who knows about piano …Touch sensitive? Please could you help (OR ANYONE who knows about piano keyboards) – I have no knowledge about pianos - how would you compare this to Yamaha ypt-255 – have these 2 as potential choices for my 6 year old - she would eventually appear for grading examshttps://www.lidl.co.uk/en/MiddleofLidl.htm?articleId=17667


Touch sensitivity means the harder you press the keys the louder the sound, so without it there's no expression to what you play. Either of them are probably fine as starter instruments though. Eventually you'd want to move on to something with 88 keys and hammer action but you're looking at £300. No point spending that much until you know there's some lasting interest and/or talent.
johndale198012/11/2018 14:26

Touch sensitive? Please could you help (OR ANYONE who knows about piano …Touch sensitive? Please could you help (OR ANYONE who knows about piano keyboards) – I have no knowledge about pianos - how would you compare this to Yamaha ypt-255 – have these 2 as potential choices for my 6 year old - she would eventually appear for grading examshttps://www.lidl.co.uk/en/MiddleofLidl.htm?articleId=17667



Personally I wouldn't buy this keyboard or any keyboard without some form of touch sensitive keys. I got a Rockjam keyboard from Amazon marketplace and sent it back the next day. The sounds were very poor. Have a look at the Yamaha PSR keyboards. The sounds are very good and the Yamaha PSR F51 has a package for just over £100 although I don't believe the keys are touch sensitive. I bought a Yamaha PSR E363 which is currently £165 from Amazon. Read all the reviews you can find before investing in a keyboard. Watch the Youtube videos and if you have a local music shop it is well worth a visit to try before you buy. Hope this helps.
simonbrown20 h, 51 m ago

Touch sensitivity means the harder you press the keys the louder the …Touch sensitivity means the harder you press the keys the louder the sound, so without it there's no expression to what you play. Either of them are probably fine as starter instruments though. Eventually you'd want to move on to something with 88 keys and hammer action but you're looking at £300. No point spending that much until you know there's some lasting interest and/or talent.



thank you for the guidance
iwannamotorbike14 h, 50 m ago

Personally I wouldn't buy this keyboard or any keyboard without some form …Personally I wouldn't buy this keyboard or any keyboard without some form of touch sensitive keys. I got a Rockjam keyboard from Amazon marketplace and sent it back the next day. The sounds were very poor. Have a look at the Yamaha PSR keyboards. The sounds are very good and the Yamaha PSR F51 has a package for just over £100 although I don't believe the keys are touch sensitive. I bought a Yamaha PSR E363 which is currently £165 from Amazon. Read all the reviews you can find before investing in a keyboard. Watch the Youtube videos and if you have a local music shop it is well worth a visit to try before you buy. Hope this helps.



Thank you for the guidance.
iwannamotorbike12th Nov

Personally I wouldn't buy this keyboard or any keyboard without some form …Personally I wouldn't buy this keyboard or any keyboard without some form of touch sensitive keys. I got a Rockjam keyboard from Amazon marketplace and sent it back the next day. The sounds were very poor. Have a look at the Yamaha PSR keyboards. The sounds are very good and the Yamaha PSR F51 has a package for just over £100 although I don't believe the keys are touch sensitive. I bought a Yamaha PSR E363 which is currently £165 from Amazon. Read all the reviews you can find before investing in a keyboard. Watch the Youtube videos and if you have a local music shop it is well worth a visit to try before you buy. Hope this helps.


Agreed. This deal looks like a lot for the money, but take away the cost of the stool, stand and headphones, that leaves very little for the keyboard. It will be great as a toy for someone to see if they take to playing the keyboard, but for someone who is already on the journey, this will be unsuitable.
johndale198012th Nov

Touch sensitive? Please could you help (OR ANYONE who knows about piano …Touch sensitive? Please could you help (OR ANYONE who knows about piano keyboards) – I have no knowledge about pianos - how would you compare this to Yamaha ypt-255 – have these 2 as potential choices for my 6 year old - she would eventually appear for grading examshttps://www.lidl.co.uk/en/MiddleofLidl.htm?articleId=17667


I've been researching digital piano's for my son and came to the conclusion that the minimum specification for anyone begining on their piano playing journey is to have 88 Keys, touch sensitive with graded hammer action. Anything below this is just a fancy toy that isn't suitable to learn on.
Realistically the cheapest piano's you can get that meet this speck is the Casio cdp-230 which is currently cheaper than it's ever been at around £240 ( as it's due for replacement soon) or the Yamaha P-45 at around £320. A lot of money I know but that's what you have to pay to get an entry entry level piano with proper feel and sound.
Note that you will see piano's around £200 that Lok like they meet these specifications but most (such as the sdp or Alecis recital) use a sprung weighted action that will give your child tendonitis.
There are other things to look for such as Polyphony with the Yamaha above being better than the Casio, but this is somewhat irrelevant until you play at a very high standard by which point you'll be looking to spend over £500.

Hope this information is of some help.
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