Roland HP506 Digital Piano, in Black, with Stool and Headphones £1199.00 @ Gear4music
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Roland HP506 Digital Piano, in Black, with Stool and Headphones £1199.00 @ Gear4music

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Found 3rd Nov 2015
RRP of £1649
Next best price I've seen is £1529 (not including ex-demo models) and that did not come with a stool and headphones.

Fantastic deal for the highly rated PHA4-Concert piano action.
Comes with a 10 year parts and labour warranty from Roland for a decade's peace of mind.

I was looking at the HP504 until I saw this price for the HP506 which had originally been outside my budget. This HP506 price is cheaper than the HP504 (£1249) . I imagine this price will be available for a limited time as Roland have recently launched their HP6xx range.

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Casio Celviano AP-460 would save you another £450 though

Original Poster

tleecher06

Casio Celviano AP-460 would save you another £450 though



Personally I wouldn't compare the AP460 with the HP506. I tried the AP650 before it was knocked off the potentials list. However, each to their own. For me, the only comparable piano action to the PHA4-Concert in the HP506 is the Kawai GFII in the CA67, but that is currently at £1722.

Edited by: "Chocka" 3rd Nov 2015

Hot, but only because I want one.

Chocka

Personally I wouldn't compare the AP460 with the HP506. I tried the AP650 … Personally I wouldn't compare the AP460 with the HP506. I tried the AP650 before it was knocked off the potentials list. However, each to their own. For me, the only comparable piano action to the PHA4-Concert in the HP506 is the Kawai GFII in the CA67, but that is currently at £1722.



​Yes, you're right, it's totally to personal preference. As for me I prefer Casio over Yamaha purely because of sound.

Also want to share my experience with Gear4music free items. Headphones are very cheap plastic make and snapped very first day. The bench has a terrible artificial leather cover so I'd go for an adjustable one for £45+.

Original Poster

As I said the £1199 is a bargain for the HP506 itself.

The other items are just sweeteners. If you don't want/need the phones and stool then they can be sold to further lower the cost of the piano. Give me 10 of those headphones and stools for all I care

>>>As for me I prefer Casio over Yamaha purely because of sound.
I would agree with you even if my choice was AP460 v CLP525. The Casios are super value for money. My AP45 is still going strong!
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