There’s so much already written about the advantages of digital pianos vs acoustic pianos. So when does one really need an acoustic piano at home?
One answer is that if you can afford it and if you’re really interested in the piano, get an acoustic pianos. But the thing is that digital pianos and 88-key keyboards are much cheaper.
But then most entry-level digital pianos won’t feel and respond like an acoustic piano. In case, you’re worried about disturbing others, you can attach a silent system to the acoustic and it will allow you to practice using on. Sony makes silent systems that can be fitted to most acoustic pianos; Yamaha produces a range of pianos with a silent system already fitted in.
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