Red Dog Music | Oct 9, 2018 | 0
Which digital piano? Try out our range of Roland B-stock!
We’ve discussed how much we love our digital pianos before, so we’ll not spend a lot of time revisiting that love here. We’ve talked about some of the reasons they’re better than acoustic pianos, about our lovely Roland V-Piano Grand, and they do crop up in many of our blog posts. We are fans of digital pianos. So, if you’re asking yourself “which digital piano is for me?”, we can probably help and, with our range of B-stock Roland digital pianos, maybe save you a few notes as well.
If you’re asking yourself which digital piano will look the best in the clean lines of your contemporary living room, maybe the Roland HP507 is one to look at…
Which Digital Piano?
Having decided that you want a digital piano, it’s time to start the research as you try to work out which digital piano should be adorning your living room one day soon. You might well make your decision on reviews and a few browses of that new fangled internet, or you might spend a good amount of time in music shops, sitting down and playing, getting a feel for which digital piano suits you. Either way -online or instore- Red Dog Music can help, so feel free to give us a call send an email, or stop in and have a chat.
Even once you’ve worked out which digital piano is right for you, or at least got it narrowed down to a shortlist, it’s still a big purchasing decision and, while we can help with a choice of finance options, you may find that we have the digital piano that suits you in our wonderfully dynamic range of B-stock. These are digital pianos that are ex-display, or have been repaired or returned by another customer. However, they all come with a 1-year warranty, a 14-day money back guarantee and we can give you more information about the particular piano in which you are interested if you give us a ring or an email.
With our great range of B-stock Roland digital pianos, as well as all that other good stuff in there, you might just find you answer your “which digital piano is right for me?” question, and find you’ve saved enough to follow it up with “which sampler and mic shall I get for my new classical/hip-hop crossover act, Boyz in da Haydn?”