One of the most popular lines of questioning I get revolves around choosing between the multitude of Digital Pianos on the market. There's a huge array of different brands, styles and models at your fingertips -which can be a little overwhelming. Have a read through and see what model is right for you...
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One of the questions I get asked the most at Normans is a variation of "My son/daughter would like to start learning the piano" or "I'd like to buy my husband/wife a piano for them to start learning with" which invariably leads to "Which would you recommend?"
If you are thinking about buying a drum kit and are not sure whether to go digital or acoustic, we hope that this guide will make the decision a little easier. There are advantages and disadvantages with both, and it will mainly come down to the type of music you play, where you are going to be playing and how much you have to spend.