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Types of Piano Keyboards

Accordion Keyboard
Accordion Keyboard

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Casio CTK2400 61
Casio CTK2400 61

Casio's CTK-2400 is from the family of Portable Keyboards

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Celesta Keyboard, Percussion
Celesta Keyboard, Percussion

Pianos; Keyboard Instruments; Guitars & Basses; ... Keyboard Instruments; Celesta and Keyboard Glockenspiel ... Percussion Marching ...

Clavichord Keyboard, Struck String Instruments
Clavichord Keyboard, Struck String Instruments

A harpsichord was the keyboard instrument before piano fortes, the modern piano. Unlike a piano, where hammars hit the strings, a harpsichord's strings were plucked by quills, … or "jacks." Harpsichords were used by Bach and other composers of that time period.

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Dulcitone Keyboard
Dulcitone Keyboard

Today’s keyboard is like a mini piano usually of 49, 61, 71 or 88 keys and with a range of additional sounds and/or inbuilt rhythm tracks to allow you to be a sort of one man band and to join in with other electronic modules, synths or keyboards via midi as well as a computer DAW.

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Electronic Keyboard Keyboard
Electronic Keyboard Keyboard

From affordable starter pianos and MIDI controllers to sophisticated synthesizers and keyboard workstations, learn what to look for when you shop for an electronic keyboard to match your budget, music and skills.

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Harmonium Keyboard
Harmonium Keyboard

The harmonium requires air to be pumped through it with the bellows, using the left hand. The piano does not. Consequently, the left hand is free to play chords. On the harmonium, you can either play the melody or the chords. This somewhat limits the number of things you can do with it. The piano has a much larger scale, which opens up many possibilities. There biggest concert pianos have 88 keys. The harmonium is much smaller.

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Harpsichord Keyboard, Plucked String Instrument
Harpsichord Keyboard, Plucked String Instrument

A harpsichord was the keyboard instrument before piano fortes, the modern piano. Unlike a piano, where hammars hit the strings, a harpsichord's strings were plucked by quills, … or "jacks." Harpsichords were used by Bach and other composers of that time period.

Keyboard Bass Keyboard
Keyboard Bass Keyboard

Keyboard bass (shortened to key bass and sometimes referred as a synth bass) is the use of a low-pitched keyboard or pedal keyboard to substitute for the bass guitar or double bass in music.

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Yamaha P115 88-Key Digital Piano, Black
Yamaha P115 88-Key Digital Piano, Black

1 of Yamaha P115 88-Key Weighted Action Digital Piano with Sustain Pedal, Black (143) GHS weighted 88-key action is heavier in the low end and lighter in the high end, just like an acoustic piano.

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Yamaha YPG-235 Portable Grand Piano
Yamaha YPG-235 Portable Grand Piano

YPG-235 features 76 Graded Soft Touch keyboard. Professional pitch bend wheel for more expressive playing of brass and string instruments. It also comes with innovative features like USB computer connectivity, a large selection of realistic voices including the Yamaha Portable Grand, and the Yamaha Education Suite.

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