Thomann SP-320 Digital Piano, Stand, Bench & t.bone HD 200 Headphones Aprox £286 Delivered @ Thomann.de (3-Year Warranty with Thomann)
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Thomann SP-320 Digital Piano, Stand, Bench & t.bone HD 200 Headphones Aprox £286 Delivered @ Thomann.de (3-Year Warranty with Thomann)

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Found 11th Jun
I posted a set like this at a similar price a little while ago, works out quite well for anyone wanting to start learning. Price include delivery as well.

Comes with, Piano, Bench, Stand and headphones, so a nice little package for the money really and a little saving over buying them all separately, which is what I based the next best price on, although you're probably talking more like £340 for similar kit elsewhere.

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SuperEd
Better have a DJ Button or i'm out.


nice find op heat added
Hmm . . . my daughter is studying music and says she wants a digital piano.
Anyone seen any reviews or have personal experience? I did a search, but only found two sites and one of those was of the manufacturer (with a relatively large number of user reviews - nearly all overwhelmingly positive).
Edited by: "simonspeakeasy" 11th Jun
3% off?
Tommy_K11 h, 0 m ago

better than 2%!! lol


Thing is, if the RRP was a bit more accurate there wouldn't be any discount at all.
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As mentioned in the OP, similar setups are around £340.

I based the next best price off buying the items separately for the exact bundle, as I don't think you can get them elsewhere. Works out around 16% cheaper than buying a similar set up from Gear4Music though, which I do believe is good value for anyone starting out.
simonspeakeasy17 h, 42 m ago

Hmm . . . my daughter is studying music and says she wants a digital …Hmm . . . my daughter is studying music and says she wants a digital piano.Anyone seen any reviews or have personal experience? I did a search, but only found two sites and one of those was of the manufacturer (with a relatively large number of user reviews - nearly all overwhelmingly positive).


Would recommend going for something with propper weighted keys, either spending a little more or going used. This looks the part, but the lack of weighted keys means that learning to play this wouldn't transfer to playing an actual piano very well.
simonspeakeasy11th Jun

Hmm . . . my daughter is studying music and says she wants a digital …Hmm . . . my daughter is studying music and says she wants a digital piano.Anyone seen any reviews or have personal experience? I did a search, but only found two sites and one of those was of the manufacturer (with a relatively large number of user reviews - nearly all overwhelmingly positive).



They are rebadged Medeli pianos. Pianoworld doesn't like them very much. Some find them excellent the problem is the quality control is highly variable.

I tried one in a shop and found it raspy. For £300 you can get a Casio PX-350 which is decent as casio upgraded the sound engine (the 850 has full pedal rather than on and off).

While the Yamahas have an old sound engine.
literally no point in getting anything less than a yamaha arius - that is the absolute bare minimum
This will, almost certainly , be difficult to sell once you decide to upgrade once she really gets going so it's throwing good money at something poor in my eyes.

I'm no professional but I do know a bit about the subject and I have a Casio CDP 120 which is adequate for me and I play 2 hours most days ...


Have a trip to dawons , PMT. Or gear4music or whichever is your nearest and , perhaps , take a pair of headphones and try out the feel and the sound of the ones on display...

The Rolland FP30 is superb but is a lot more money.. at approx £450 for just the instrument

Here is a link to the current basic model Casio which is highly praised too : -

Casio CDP-130BKC5 Piano amazon.co.uk/dp/B00IXMGFTM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_mkxiBbF2FHD5E

Kawai , Yamaha and possibly Korg are all to be considered ...

If you decide to go 2nd hand I'd say no more than £200 as a budget ..

Any questions, please get in Touch ..
Edited by: "djgreeneyes" 13th Jun
carpainting1 h, 44 m ago

literally no point in getting anything less than a yamaha arius - that is …literally no point in getting anything less than a yamaha arius - that is the absolute bare minimum


Agreed. Don't worry about the sound engine too much, but if it's for proper piano playing (i.e. not keyboard playing) you need something with properly weighted keys and a realistic action. You can't really find that below £500.
carpainting13 h, 44 m ago

literally no point in getting anything less than a yamaha arius - that is …literally no point in getting anything less than a yamaha arius - that is the absolute bare minimum


This is absolutely true and I can recommend the Arius too -we tried around 30 pianos before getting this and its build and sound quality is superb.
edanfalls13th Jun

Agreed. Don't worry about the sound engine too much, but if it's for …Agreed. Don't worry about the sound engine too much, but if it's for proper piano playing (i.e. not keyboard playing) you need something with properly weighted keys and a realistic action. You can't really find that below £500.


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pigwhistler14th Jun

This is absolutely true and I can recommend the Arius too -we tried around …This is absolutely true and I can recommend the Arius too -we tried around 30 pianos before getting this and its build and sound quality is superb.


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