Roland FP-30X FAQ | Features, Performance, And Overall Value | Digital Piano FAQ

Roland FP-30X FAQ

The Roland FP-30X is easily one of the single most popular 88-key digital pianos currently on the market, known for its killer combination of key touch, piano sound, features, connectivity, portability and very reasonable price point. Now, if you’re considering the FP-30X and are in the midst of research, there’s a chance that very specific […]

Casio PX-S1100 FAQ | Digital Piano FAQ | Including Features, Performance, And Overall Value

Casio PX-S1100 FAQ

Next up in our series covering commonly asked questions regarding specific digital piano models, we present to you: the Casio PX-S1100 FAQ –  examining features, performance and overall value. The Privia PX-S1100 is a fairly recent release from Casio. A highly portable, 88-key weighted action digital piano that serves as the follow-up to the innovative […]

Roland FP-90X FAQ | Get To Know The Roland FP-90X | Digital Piano FAQ

Roland FP-90X FAQ

The FP-90X is the follow-up to the Roland FP90 and the flagship portable piano of Roland’s beloved FPX series and is without question one of the most powerful and capable all-in-one portable digital pianos currently on the market. Continuing our series on the top FAQ for popular pianos, we ran the Google analytics to find […]

Digital Pianos | The Ultimate Digital Piano Buying Guide | Yamaha, Roland, Kawai, Casio & More

Digital Pianos Buyers Guide

 Pianos, both digital and acoustic, come in many shapes, sizes, prices, and brands, while also being extremely versatile instruments. They can be played solo, as a part of a band, or in front of an orchestra. With a piano, you can create rhythm, harmony, and melody all at once. It’s one of the reasons […]

Casio PX-S7000 vs Roland FP90X | Digital Piano Comparison & Review

Casio PX-S7000 vs Roland FP90X

 For years the high-end all-in-one portable digital piano portion of the market was occupied by only Roland, Kawai and Yamaha. With the release of the new Casio Privia PX-S5000, PX-S6000 and PX-S7000, Casio has officially entered the fray with their very own stage pianos. Already we’ve gotten a ton of requests to compare the […]

Casio PX-S5000 vs Roland FP30X | Digital Piano Review & Comparison

Casio PX-S5000 vs Roland FP30X

 Ever since Casio’s newest Privia PX models hit the market we’ve been getting a ton of requests to compare them to other already existing options in the marketplace. Today, we’ll be lining up the brand-new PX-S5000 against an absolute titan of the class in the Roland FP-30X. This comparison was pretty much inevitable because […]

Casio PX-S1100 | Digital Piano Review & Unboxing | Casio PX-S1000 Improved

Casio PX-S1100

 The Casio PX-S1000 was a groundbreaking instrument with an incredibly small, highly portable battery-operated frame that still managed to deliver great sound and a weighted 88-key action. Today, we’re going to be unboxing and taking a look at its brand new Privia digital piano replacement – the Casio PX-S1100. The PX-S3000 also received an […]

Casio AP 470 | Digital Piano Review & Demo | Celviano Series

Casio AP 470

Welcome to another digital piano review here at Merriam Pianos. Today we’re reviewing the Casio Celviano AP-470 digital piano. The AP-470 has been with us for a little while, but it’s the first time we’ve had a chance to take a look at it, and its popularity has remained pretty strong in the marketplace. We’ll […]

Yamaha YDP 144 vs Casio PX 870 | Digital Piano Comparison & Review

Yamaha YDP 144 vs Casio PX 870

The under $2,000 CAD home digital piano market is one of the most competitive in the digital piano industry, hands down. Today, we’re going to compare two of the best-selling and highest-reviewed digital pianos with weighted keys in the category with the Yamaha YDP 144 vs Casio PX 870. The Yamaha Arius and Casio Privia […]

W Hoffmann P162 Professional Series | Baby Grand Piano Review

W Hoffmann P162

 C Bechstein’s W Hoffmann brand offers an undeniably intriguing set of pianos. Consisting of three different lines of different quality, the W. Hoffmann is a fully European handmade alternative to a German piano for a fraction of the price. In this article and review video we’ll be looking at the entry point to the […]