Are you interested in piano lessons but not sure where to start because you don’t own a piano yet and are wondering how worthwhile it is to purchase one?
If so, I completely understand. It can be difficult to know how to choose a quality instrument that fits your space, practice needs, and budget. If you’re considering buying an instrument and would like some help, read on to check out the guidance here and feel free to contact me if you have any further questions!
Why Do I Need My Own Piano?
If you are considering signing up for piano lessons, you will need to practice during the time between lessons in order to make progress, so having your own piano is essential. If you have your own piano and are practicing on your instrument regularly at home, you will benefit far more from lessons and enjoy learning much more as well. Having your own piano enables you to see the results of your hard work.
What Types of Pianos Are There?
Pianos can be either acoustic or digital. Broadly speaking, acoustic pianos are the ideal choice, as they sound and feel most authentic. Acoustic pianos can be uprights or grands, and either design can be found in a variety of sizes depending on the manufacturer. My two preferred acoustic piano manufacturers are:
There are also many excellent digital options available that closely replicate an acoustic piano’s sound and touch. Digital pianos can be used with headphones, so you can practice at any time without disrupting others. My two favorite manufacturers of digital pianos are:
What Should I Consider When Buying a Piano?
If you would like to discuss in more detail with me personally for advice specific to your situation, I am happy to consult with you. Feel free to reach out via phone on 07516148393, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll be glad to help get you started with a piano of your own!