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Free Piano and Strings Library from Spitfire Audio in VST/AU format
Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
Spitfire Audio have released two libraries for free with a dedicated plugin with vst and au support. From the makers - The Spitfire Audio LABS programme is an infinite series of … Read more
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Nice one. (y)


Thanks very much! :D


Can't get it to work with Ableton 9 FWIW


Must be strings attached..


(Free) Strings of Life! :)

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Unwind, Relax & Chill To - Kaedalus - Relaxing, Minimalistic, Neutral Piano Music  - Full Album Free Download @  Kaedalus Bandcamp
Found 3rd MarFound 3rd Mar
Includes high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more Kaedalus has written "I've suffered from anxiety for a long time, and if there's something that helps me, is calm, slow, minima… Read more

Cheers Boz, great peaceful background music


Thanks Boz..


I’ll have some of that ;) Many THANX


Thanks Boz. :D


No probs I love this sort of music when reading a book. I have a few left to read. :D

DP-6 Digital Pianos - Various bundles From £285.98 - £325.98 Delivered @ Gear4Music
Found 22nd FebFound 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… Read more
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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.


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.


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.


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


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

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Found 11th JanFound 11th Jan
Been looking for one of these for a while, Fisher Price kick and Play Piano GYM in blue, now £33 at TESCO with FREE C&C, tesco clubcard points. Perfect for a newborn and up. N… Read more

We had this for my little boy, he adored it for such a long time, really good buy. I think we got it at about £22 but this was over a year ago now, would defo pay £33.

Alesis Recital 88-Key Beginner Digital Piano with Full-Size Semi-Weighted Keys - Amazon Daily Deal £184.99
Found 8th Dec 2017Found 8th Dec 2017
"The Alesis Recital is a full-featured digital piano with the features to make it easy to learn, teach and perform at any level." Note that the PRO version is also reduced which h… Read more

Hammer action turns a keyboard into a really useful instrument for those wishing to take Piano exams. Huge difference in how the keys feel to play. I have several students for whom buying a real piano is a far off dream and good digital pianos (note the words digital PIANO) have provided pupils to be successful at grade 8. On eBay the old Technics pianos often come up . I bought one on free ads for £250 five years ago and it was best £250 ever spent . No fancy buttons to press to get different sounds (apart from choice of sampled harpsichord, upright piano and concert grand sound). If you want an instrument to study ‘ traditional piano ‘ get a digital piano ( suggest you look for a Technics) or if you want a real piano make a trip to coach house pianos in Swansea who sell good second hand recon fairly priced pianos (but always make them an offer rather than pay price on pianos ) . There is nothing wrong with getting a musical keyboard . (Ie not digital Piano) . These have lots of keys for making different sounds and are lots of fun TRINITY COLLEGE of music has both keyboard and piano exam syllabus.


Lowest price according to camel - have my eye on a digital yamaha deal to come through (skeptical) heat given (y)


Alesis is a good brand.

Kawai MP7 Digital Piano £999 @ Reidys
Found 9th Nov 2017Found 9th Nov 2017
There's a new model out called the MP7SE which has an additional grand piano sample and a slightly better feel (RHIII vs RHII). I have the older MP7 and it's a great digital piano.… Read more

Looks good for the price if you're in that end of the market.


Kawai = hot from me.

Exceptionally Beautiful French Album   - Maud Lübeck - TOI NON PLUS PIANO SOLO  - Free Download @ Souterraine.biz
Found 6th Oct 2017Found 6th Oct 2017
Bon Jour - This album is so beautiful & relaxing. Includes high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. To get free click Buy Now and place Zero in the field. 1. La disparit… Read more

Alternatively, listen free on the webpage and if you like it enough to download it pay at least a minimal amount to the artist?


Yes still free ;)


Just letting people know these are still available for free. I got the message:- Pay €0.50 EUR or more to add this release to your Bandcamp collection, get unlimited mobile streaming, and directly support La Souterraine. But then you also get the following sentence which lets you continue with the download. Alternatively, continue with zero and download to your computer


50 Cent minimum pay now


Merci beaucoup monsieur Boz

Freebie - Jack Daniel’s Lynchburg Lemonade cocktail or pint of Pravha - from Pitcher and Piano
Found 5th Sep 2017Found 5th Sep 2017
This months free drink from Pitcher and Piano is a choice of Jack Daniel’s Lynchburg Lemonade cocktail or pint of Pravha. (alternatives are available - soft drinks or coffee etc) … Read more



Ok neither did i! Or if the alcoholic drink is terrible like last month's! By the way they've given these two alcholic drinks every year for ten years! Lol!


That's an additional offer and only for the Pravha. Yes, but the alternative drinks are very limited. Coke hasn't been an option, but orange juice has. 'If for any reason you would like to swap your alcoholic drink for a free soft drink you are welcome to do so, just ask a member of staff.' I've had the orange juice and my wife has had the coffee. I much prefer it when my wife has both mine and her cocktails though on the same afternoon / evening. A bit like being on holiday. :D


Backinstock- I never knew I could opt for soft drink or coffee! Great for when I'm driving! Thanks


I got an email but drink is free when you buy a burger

Free Appleton estate Jamaican Mule at Pitcher and Piano bars nationwide with email code
LocalLocalFound 6th Aug 2017Found 6th Aug 2017
Had an email from them today, this drink repeats at least once a year. The P&p freebie has been going at least 10-11 years, amazing.

Great deal 8)   Thanks OP 👌


God bless Mailinator!


So I gave up. Good luck if it works for others but didn't for me


I got the same


and use multiple emails for more freebies

Casio CTK-1200AD Full Size Starter Keyboard at Argos for £59.85
Found 2nd Jul 2017Found 2nd Jul 2017
Been waiting for this to drop to £70 again but is even cheaper at 15p under £60. Comes with £50 worth of lessons too - if that is worth anything? Ctrl+P blurb The CTK-1200AD is … Read more

I'm a piano teacher and recommend using baby grand pianos in smaller houses or the servants quarters.


So the comments above stopped me from buying a cheap keyboard. But I'm still reluctant to spend a lot & as good as the NP12 looks, I can't help but think a child will be disappointed with the number of sounds. if it were just for me I'd buy this because I have little interest in learning piano & would be using it for recording songs etc: https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/5n2/M-Audio-Keystation-Mini-32-Keyboard-Synth-Action-Velocity-Sensitive/B00IWRJSE2 Althouguh it is touch sensitive, I imagine that for a child learning to play it would be too small


here here


If there's even the faintest chance that you might want to learn to play properly, then don't buy this. It's the kind of thing you mess about with for a few days, then put in the cupboard and forget. The main problem with it is that it's not touch-sensitive - hit it hard or soft, you get the same loudness of note, which is no good for playing real music. The least you can get away with to stand any chance of playing properly is the Yamaha P12 mentioned above. I got one, been learning a year, and it will see me OK for a while yet. You'll need a stand, so a package like this will do it https://www.rimmersmusic.co.uk/yamaha-np12-keyboard-black-bundle-p25386 At under £150, you're not going to get anything but a toy. So I'd recommend forgetting about the posted deal - even that price isn't cheap for a few days' messing about, then putting it in the cupboard and forgetting it. Try the Piaggero P12 (black or white) or something better, or just don't bother.


I know I am being picky here at this price but no pitch bender.. Not an issue for someone trying their hands at beginners lessons for piano... Actually, at this price point, I have no complaints.. heat added.

Claim up to £500 to spend at casioonline.co.uk when you buy a Celviano Grand Hybrid piano
Found 19th May 2017Found 19th May 2017
Claim up to £500 to spend at casioonline.co.uk when you purchase any Celviano Grand Hybrid piano from a participating dealer between 1st April and June 30th 2017. CHOOSE FROM A HU… Read more

anything you stick on our wrist and made by casio can never be referred to as a time piece ;)


It isn't a watch fella. It is a timepiece. :{


Wow, spend 2 grand, and get a £300 voucher for a watch, where do i sign up ;)


What I want is a G shock piano which I can take upstairs with my brother without issue https://68.media.tumblr.com/5e1aa67e99062a52887fea413fdedb8b/tumblr_nnd2thWNfU1tsx7h8o1_500.gif


Truly awful kit - at any price.

Yamaha Arius YDP-103 Digital Piano - £499.99 @ Costco
Found 4th Dec 2016Found 4th Dec 2016
Excellent Yamaha Arius piano on offer at Costco online. If you are a new customer you can select 'Online Annual Subscription Fee' to make it cheaper than having to include their m… Read more
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yes happy with es100 also


Any good deals?


Manoeuvrability? Come and carry my CP5 for me sometime (_;)


Casios for the same money have a far nicer tone and more realistic action. Kawais are also good.


Excellent deal, I've recently paid a lot more for a similar (but possibly higher spec) one for my son. It sounds fab, looks good in the room. Wish I had waited, could have saved some money. Heat added.

Alesis Recital 88-Key Beginner Digital Piano with Full-Size Semi-Weighted Keys £189.99 @ Amazon
Found 28th Nov 2016Found 28th Nov 2016
Amazon Cyber deal, down from £260. Decent discount and price on a good beginners keyboard.

How are you getting on with the keyboard?


I have bought this, but unfortunately I am a complete novice so can't really help much beyond saying the black and white keys do seem to me to have a similar response in their weighting. There are many more reviews on the .com website which may help: Link


Has anyone bought or tried one of these for themselves? I can't find one in a real-world shop near me and want to try before buying to see what its "feel" is like. Can only see it in online shops. Am after an 88-key keyboard for one child's piano lessons; there is no room for an acoustic piano and in fact there is a space of just a shade over 130cm where the keyboard can go (it is a small room and there is no alternative place to put one). All the Casio and Yamaha digital pianos start at just over 132cm and simply will not fit - the gap is that tight. Shame, as I would rather get one of the Yamahas. This Alesis is 128.3cm and will fit - it's the only one I've found so far that will. At the moment daughter is using my old Kawai K1 synth from years ago, ie mildly sprung "semi weighted" keys, not much feel and there is a clear difference in response between the white and black keys (same strength gives softer black notes. This was always the case, I used to see it when using as a MIDI controller). She likes her classical pieces and I want her to be able to develop a reasonable piano-feel for playing, which she is not getting from that. If this Alesis isn't much better then despite the extra keys I'll leave it - she can do some of her practice at her school where there's a piano in the music room. The downside is of course that she can't do that in the evenings or weekend. If it's close to the feel of, say, the Yamaha P45 or even one of the Casio pianos then I will probably take the risk. Thanks for any help


Still available at the price stated in the deal, needs un-expiring.


Alesis? They've been around for donkey's years. I'd say they were budget to mid range but generally good quality. My first drum machine was an Alesis SR16 back in the eighties, which I believe may have been when they started out. Solid workmanlike products at a reasonable price. Heat from me.

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