The Williams Legato 88-Key Digital Piano is one of the cheapest 88-key (semi-weighted) digital pianos that you can get on the market. It comes with built-in speakers, basic piano tones, and is great for practicing the piano.
- Pros: Super value for money, built-in speakers, 88 semi-weighted keys at entry-level prices. Built-in speakers
- Cons: You get only the bells & whistles. Doesn’t have built-in recorder. You need to buy all the accessories separately. Comes with semi-weighted keys.
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This keyboard comes with semi-weighted keys, and not proper hammer action keys found on most expensive digital pianos. The piano has plastic keys that feel cheaper, but then that is why the price is so low. However, it may not appeal to the more accomplished piano players.
Features of the Williams Legato 88-Key Digital Piano:
- You get 88 semi-weighted keys
- 5 rich sounds: piano, electric piano, organ, synth and bass.
- Has built-in speakers
- Has built-in metronome
- Stereo/mono line out jacks to connect to headphones/speakers
- USB MIDI connections.
- Works on batteries: 6 x D-cell 1.5V batteries.
- AC Power adapter, Sustain Pedal, Batteries, Stand or bench are NT included, you need to buy them separately
Overall, a good quality, budget, beginner piano. The keyboard is great for learning, and could also make an excellent second keyboard for teachers who like to play along with their students in a small home-studio. Its a good option if you want an affordable and portable digital piano. Its a good choice for beginners and intermediate level players. If you’re a looking for a piano for serious playing, you may want to check out something like the Yamaha P series pianos. The Yamaha YPG series is also another good alternative.
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