This may be a bit of a long shot, but does anyone here know anything about digital pianos or keyboards?
I've been taking piano lessons for about a year. I currently own a Casio PX-200. It's a decent keyboard, but I think I'm outgrowing it, and I would like to upgrade.
An acoustic piano isn't an option, as I don't feel like getting shot at by my neighbors in my apartment. I have about $3,000 I'm willing to put into a digital solution if I find an option I really like, but I'm not sure if I should:
- Get a high end digital piano like the Yamaha Clavinova CLP-340 or Roland HP-207.
- Get a nice stage piano like the Kawai MP5 or Yamaha S90ES.
- Ingenious option 3 I have not considered yet.
- Keep the PX-200, but buy studio monitors, laptop, and awesome software like Ivory or Pianotec.
- Keep what I have and suck it up a bit longer.
Does anyone have any thoughts or advice on this surely life or death matter?
Once I get a bit deeper into theory I will likely want to play around with various effects and sounds, but that isn't a real priority.