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The following article consists of fun facts about Learning Piano vs. Learning the Keyboard.
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Learning Piano vs Learning Keyboard – Step 1
Are you considering starting to learn how to play the piano? It’s wise to keep in mind some of the distinctions between electric keyboards and an acoustic piano. Obviously one of the major differences is sheer size. Most keyboards are vastly lighter and more portable than a piano, which, once it is in place, will not be going anywhere without a great deal of difficulty.
Another major factor to keep in mind is what kind of music you would like to eventually learn how to play. Electronic keyboards are perfect for someone who has not yet decided what type of music to learn, as they can be adapted easily to play jazz, blues, or classical piano with the press of a button. They can also be turned to more advanced and modern techniques, as is seen frequently in modern electronic music. However, the classical piano sound is very difficult to obtain without an acoustic piano. If you are bent on learning how to play classical piano, and you have the money and space, an acoustic piano is probably your best bet.