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One of Canada’s top Digital Piano retailers for 25 years
A Top 5 national dealer for nearly every brand we sell
We attract over 10,000 monthly visitors

Merriam Pianos has been one of the world’s most admired piano stores for more than two decades. Allow our expertise to help guide your decision.

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Guaranteed Deliveries by FedEx

All of our digital pianos travel across Canada and the United States using FedEx’s highly reliable and safe Ground Transportation network. Yes, it means that we make a little less on each sale, but you can’t put a price on peace of mind! Once your purchase is complete, you’ll receive a tracking number to let you know where your purchase is in its route.

 

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PayPal has the most secure payment system in the world, and there’s no one we trust with your valuable data more than them. With a PayPal verified site, the biggest protection is that you never enter any private payment information on our site directly – it only ever gets entered with Paypal directly. At Merriam Music, your personal information is important to us.

 

 Satisfaction Guaranteed

Our customers’ satisfaction is our No. 1 concern.  If you have any issue with your purchase whatsoever, we’re here to help. Call one of our sales specialists at 905-829-2020 to reach our piano department, where we will work through any and all problems you may be having. We won’t stop until you’re happy!

2 thoughts on “Digital Pianos

  1. Andy says:

    I’m torn between the kawai ce220 and the roland hp 506. What is your opinion on them? I really like the sound and feel of the roland 508 but I like the price of the kawai ce220 and the extra bells.

    Can you provide my your opinion?

    • Stuart says:

      Hi Andy:

      Thanks for your question. The HP506 and the CE220 are both great models. I think which one is the better fit for you all comes down to your priorities. The CE220 is a very strong option for people who consider the touch of the piano to be the most important factor. I would certainly consider the touch of the CE220 to be the best action in the ~$2000 range that I’ve ever felt, and I would put it’s sound/tone quality on par with other instruments in it’s price range. When I compare the touch of the cE220 to the HP, I’d say I still prefer the Kawai, but the Roland has a lot of fans, particularly someone who likes a heavier action and isn’t necessarily coming from a significant acoustic background.

      As for features, I always put those at the bottom of my list of things to consider, simply because almost anything can be easily achieved through inexpensive mobile devices connected to USB midi. Even if I’ve got a basic digital piano with no features whatsoever, with the addition of one little cable I can be sequencing, modelling, using an arranger module, or more…

      Hope this helps!
      Stu H
      Merriam Pianos Team

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