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What Piano Is Best For You?

February 15, 2021

The answer might make you change the very way you are approaching your piano search. 

The best piano is the one you can grow into. If you are a beginner you will still have more room to grow as a pianist. You can always start with a beginners piano which could be a digital Casio piano or an upright Hailun. When you are higher skilled pianist you will be looking for a more sophisticated piano. One or two pianos that will suit your amazing ability to play are a Fazioli or Hailun grand. These are two great pianos for a pianist with a higher skill level. The more that you ask of a piano the better the piano has to be.

 





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