QUOTE(dolce@piano @ May 22 2010, 07:31 PM)
Where are you going ? And what sort of accomodation ?
Visiting relatives, but now thinking of it, maybe there would be a way to find a place near where they live where I could play the piano. I will have to check with them.
QUOTE(kenm @ May 24 2010, 10:33 AM)
When we bought it, some years ago, it cost just under £1000. It has probably been superseded by now, but they will almost certainly have a new design with a similar specification.
My home piano (Yamaha CLP320) cost me under £1,000, so I would rather not spend the same kind of money on what would effectively be a piano that I would only very occasionally use.
I suppose that if I was to get a portable piano, I would like it to cost no more than £500.
QUOTE(hammer action @ May 26 2010, 07:10 PM)
Yamaha also do some portable ones (new models out June/July so may be an idea to wait if you can). Currently there's the P85, P140, DGX630 and the P155. Yamaha's prices are a bit more than the Casio.
I hadn't thought of the Casio PX130, but that might be an option. Otherwise, I was leaning towards the forthcoming Yamaha P95.
Anyway, I guess I ought to go to a piano shop and try them out, as I have become very picky about the sound quality of digital pianos. I am, for example, starting to regret my Yamaha CLP320, but more on this in another thread later (tonight!).