Portable Piano Keyboard Options & Recommendations

In search of a portable piano keyboard? The brand I recommend is Yamaha. Yamaha has a wide variety of portable keyboards to choose from. You can choose between PSR (YPT), DGX (YPG), EZ and even the advanced Yamaha Tyros. How do you know what to choose? It all depends on factors like your budget, your level, the uses you want your keyboard for and the features you need.

If you’re a beginner, there are several portable keyboard options available. You can try out cheap Yamaha PSR-E models like the Yamaha PSR E223 for about $99.99, the PSR E323 for $159.99, or the PSR E423 for $229.99. This makes a great gift for a child or student. Great for beginning adults as well. These portable Yamaha keyboards are all built with the beginner in mind with great features like the Yamaha Education Suite that contains several lessons and helps you learn how to play the keyboard. If you want an even better keyboard, you can pay a little more and buy the PSR S550.

The keyboards mentioned above are some of the cheaper ones but there are more expensive PSR-S models that you can look into if you’ve got more money to spend. When it comes to keyboards, usually the more you spend the better it gets. There’s the Yamaha PSR S710 for about $1,099.99 and PSR S910 for about $1,749.99.portable piano keyboard

Another portable piano keyboard series is the Yamaha YPT series. The YPT series is the same as the PSR series. The keyboard is just called different names depending on the market or country in which it is sold.

If you’re looking for a really professional, top of the line but expensive portable piano keyboard, the Yamaha Tyros should definitely be considered. This one is great, particularly if you’re thinking of composing/sequencing music. While some keyboards allow you to layer only a few tracks (sometimes as little as two), with this one you can sequence up to 16 tracks.

Another portable keyboard model that is great for beginners is the Yamaha EZ keyboard series. These come with lighted keyboards that tell you what notes to play on the keyboard. One example is the Yamaha EZ200 which costs about $169.95. This keyboard series is a lot of fun for children. It is very important for learning to play the keyboard to be a fun activity, so this is one keyboard series to consider.

If you’re looking for a portable piano keyboard with a strong focus on the piano sound, you can check out the Yamaha YPG or DGX series. Check out the Yamaha YPG-235, YPG-535 or YPG-635. They are priced about $199.99, $499.99 and $699.00, respectively. They come with many of the features of the beginner Yamaha keyboards mentioned earlier, including the Yamaha Education Suite.portable piano keyboard

Some of these keyboards come with 61 keys, while others come with 76 or 88 keys. It’s all up to you to decide what works for you. You may have to compromise between price, portability, and features. It also boils down to your intended use.

One feature I like about these Yamaha portable keyboards is their accompaniment feature. With just one keyboard, you can sound like an entire band. You can control chords, various instrument parts, drum fills, etc. and play a wide range of music genres on your keyboard. This has always been a favorite feature of mine. It’s one in which beginners and even advanced players can find useful.

If you want the feel of an acoustic piano, a weighted keyboard is the way to go. You should get an 88 key digital pianoinstead of a non weighted keyboard. There are many options available, including the Yamaha P105 and P155.

Good luck in finding a keyboard that meets your needs. You can .