I love this digital piano that has a sheet music holder but I put my phone in there because I use a phone app to learn piano and it's easy to put together and it looks nice it sounds good and I like the buttons on the left and it has a foot pedal and there's an area on the back where you connect different things like the pedal in the power supply. The only thing I don't like is I have to get my own stickers to put on the keys since they aren't marked since this is for beginners but it looks nicer without them. I have been learning to play without them so far, it is possible. Eastar seems to be a nice brand and I'm happy with my first non-acoustic piano. I did have a big electric organ and small digital keyboard before. This is the classiest most professional looking keyboard that I've ever had!
Arrived before I was expecting, very happy about that. Its perfect for my 2 children age 10 and 6 as it isn't full size, so a starter piano, this is a great way to get inspired.
This piano is a good step up from the basic keyboard I started with. The stand it comes with does its best to give it a classier, more expensive look. I wouldn't put too much weight on it, but the wood construction does feel solid. There are a variety of external input options, more than I would ever need including: MP3, USB MIDI, earphone and microphone jacks. The touchpad to the left allows for the adjustment of tones and different rhythm styles. At this price point, the keys feel as good as you might expect, no surprises. Sound is clear and rich with its full-range speakers. If I had to nitpick, the sustain pedal feels a little cheap compared to everything else you get.
It’s smaller than I expected, I’ve propped it up with tiles. It’s definitely a piano for children not adults but apart from the size, it’s perfect
I 'm a beginner at piano so I decided to give it a try. I'm more than happy with this simply small and elegant piano. I practice everyday and gave me so much joy!!
I still have not received my manual and I’m kinda lost without it! I called the day I got it and was told I’d get it in 24 hours but that was back in 2 weeks ago!!! Please send it to me!!!!!
I purchased this keyboard to give as a birthday present to my great-grand-niece who will be 5 years old very soon. I believe it will help her begin the process of learning to read notes and play children's music. I researched carefully before making the decision to purchase the Eastar keyboard. It is not a "toy piano" - it is a 61-key, well-made keyboard and is very reasonably priced. It has lovely sound quality and is actually a very attractive piece of furniture. It was easy to shop on the Eastar website, and my purchase was promptly delivered. The keyboard was carefully packaged and very simple to assemble.
I’m an adult beginner and this digital piano is perfect for practice. It has a classic look, crisp sound, and while I am sure to upgrade I’m the future, the price is right for a starter set.
When you use earphones you can hear strong buzzing sound which never disappears and sound filter didn’t help either
This is really an amazing Piano, reasonable price, looks so professional, perfect size, great sound quality, beautiful wooden stand, easy to assemble, perfect for all ages. Highly reccommened.
My daughter loves the piano, perfect for beginners like her. She enjoyed it!
A fantastic gift for my 7-year-old! We have limited space in the room, and the piano is fitted like a glove. It is excellent for beginners since it has several levels of settings. However, it is defiantly well made when our five-year-old decides to smack the keys hard. It is sturdy and stays in position. The sound is clear even though it lets you connect via 3.5mm for external speakers. It is medium weight and quite easily movable but is stable. ✅I hope you’ve found the information and my review helpful.✅
I was a little offended when the piano online instructor told me that the expensive brand name piano I currently had was more of a "toy piano" and not really made for instructions. With that preface, I want to say that this piano is very good for online piano instructions because it plays MIDI, and also able to use USB with stereo surround sound speakers. It is pretty heavy, though, but sturdy nevertheless. It's not designed to be a portable, but a stable, non-movable piano. I wish it comes with a chair fitting for its height, but we found that our nook bench works as a piano bench with this item.
My daughter enjoys playing she loved it great for beginners also can connect iPad
For the price, we've been pretty darn happy with this keyboard. It's good for just learning, but it's frustrating quickly beyond that due to how few keys there are. But, for our daughter, we feel like it's a great investment to see if she'll be interested in playing or not. Plus, we can plink out plenty of songs on the abbreviated keyboard. The build quality feels pretty good. It's not the most sturdy thing in the world, but I'm not worried about it falling apart. The keys, of course, are not weighted so they feel as you'd expect from a cheap keyboard. There are a multitude of sound options (500) but it doesn't remember which sound you left off on, which is a bummer. Worse, though, is that you can't just hold down a button to scroll through the instruments - you have to press a button for every. single. one. So if you really, really like instrument #250? Yup, you're going to have to hit the up button 249 times. For this reason we end up never powering it off which isn't great for electricity usage. There are some other interesting features that the keyboard has, but overall we're just using it as a piano. For the money, it's quite capable and a good starter "piano". If our daughters like playing enough then eventually we'll spring for a real digital piano. For now, we're happy with what we've gotten from this.
I was going to give the department store Yamaha keyboard my older daughter outgrew to my younger daughter, but I dropped it while moving it. Some keys and lights don’t work anymore. My younger daughter was all bumped out about it. I got this digital piano to replace the Yamaha, so she can start learning how to play. The packaging is not fancy, but the keyboard was well protected. It was very easy to setup. The build quality is actually very good. I think it is just about as good as the Yamaha. Subjectively, I think the sound quality of this one is a little better, but the Yamaha is louder. The key action is very good, but not quite as smooth as the Yamaha, but this one feels more like between a piano and a keyboard. For the price, it has a decent amount of tones and is very sturdy. The stand is at standard height and is comfortable for long hours. My older daughter is teaching the younger one how to play. Both of them like this digital piano a lot. Together, they had a lot of fun with it. I think it is perfect for a beginner like my little daughter.
Para mi niña de 7 años fue el regalo odeal y esta bien para su estatura juega todo el dia con el
- Made in China - Full size keys - Quite decent sound I work for a large rescue ministry. At any given time we have 130 or so residents in various programs plus a lot of non-residents around daily. We have several services or meetings throughout the week and a functional sound system but adding a piano has been just wonderful. It's not too huge, which fits our needs. Built in stand, ports for several different connections, and even some built in sound effects/functions. It's not what I'd call heavy duty as far as build is concerned. It's respectably stable but I don't feel like it can take rough treatment. For our purposes, it's pretty much perfect. The speakers it has are ok but it's local sound, so to speak. The bigger the space you want it to be heard in, you'll need to hook it up to a sound system. I feel like that should be expected, I just mention for awareness. All in all, very pleased with it. Great for casual players as well. Don't forget to use the Smile.Amazon.com address - It's an Amazon program where many everyday things you buy will generate a small donation from Amazon to the charity of your choice at no cost to you. Info here: https://smile.amazon.com/gp/chpf/about/ref=smi_se_rspo_laas_aas
The media could not be loaded. I love this digital piano that has a sheet music holder but I put my phone in there because I use a phone app to learn piano and it's easy to put together and it looks nice it sounds good and I like the buttons on the left and it has a foot pedal and there's an area on the back where you connect different things like the pedal in the power supply. The only thing I don't like is I have to get my own stickers to put on the keys since they aren't marked since this is for beginners but it looks nicer without them. I have been learning to play without them so far, it is possible. Eastar seems to be a nice brand and I'm happy with my first non-acoustic piano. I did have a big electric organ and small digital keyboard before. This is the classiest most professional looking keyboard that I've ever had!
My daughter has always wanted a keyboard so after looking around I decided to get this one for her. This is the first keyboard I have ever gotten so I don’t know what other models offer or how they sound but this one seems to be really nice. It was easy to get set up but will take a lot of practice before my daughter can really start playing songs. She is enjoying this though and seems to be doing pretty good with it. The sound in my opinion is great. I would definitely recommend this keyboard to others. For the price the quality seems great.
My kids are really happy with this piano! Sounds great and is easy to learn on.
For my son's 6th birthday we decided to get him a piano, so he can learn piano as he always wish for a piano. As parents who has no to limited knowledge about piano, we did some research by ourselves and decided to get this one. First of all, we don't want to spend a fortune on something we don't know if he truly enjoys or not. As my own experience, I had taken some piano lessons, but found out it was not for me, then I stopped. This piano is made from some wood materials, it does have a classic look of a piano. We already have a keyboard at home, and my son is old enough to distinguish between a piano and a keyboard. Secondly, it has a feature called silent mode, which I can connect headphones to the jack on the back of the piano to play without disturb others. I think it's a great feature because I really don't want my son to play it all day long without giving me a break. My husband set it up, and it looks very nice in my living room. It does look like a real piano with a classic look. It's beautiful and fashionable as well. It does not take so many space as the piano itself is 37.4x 11.4x 28.2 inches. We are not a professional, so I can't comment about how it sounds. For me, it sounds clear and loud. With the affordable price and its classical look, I am so happy that I got my son this for his birthday. He won't start his lessons until next year but right now he can play with it. They have about 40 demo songs, also recording and play back mode, definitely a good buy for any beginners for piano introduction.
This keyboard is a good beginners keyboard to learn on. It is solidly constructed but definitely not top quality. The sound is good on lower volumes but gets a bit weird at higher volume levels. We like the stand for paper music books/sheets, or for an iPad, which we haven’t been able to try yet. We also like that it can be used with headphones! It was easy enough to assemble, but the quality of the pieces in not above like sauder furniture. I would call this a beginners instrument, and as such the price and quality are reasonable.
This is the ideal mini piano for a child taking piano lessons. The keys are the normal size and feel pretty much like a piano. The sound quality is not the highest quality for a digital piano, but it still does sound like a piano (and all the other "voices" available on the keyboard). The kids mainly enjoy the pre-recorded songs, but as beginners, its a good platform to practice on. There is no bench sold with it. There is a damper pedal and all around we are pleased with this musical instrument. It's good both for fun and for serious practice.
A nice purchasement, thank you!
Wilder K. Raven
This is an excellent electric piano / keyboard for beginners and students, and it's not too bad for experienced keyboard players as well. It does support MIDI, and comes with a sustain pedal (though the pedal could be a little higher quality and heavier. You can find replacements available separately.) It has a massive tone bank with all sorts of keyboards, horns, guitars, woodwinds, sound effects, percussion, strings, pads, synth sounds, and pretty much anything you'd want. I do wish the method of selecting which tone you're using was a bit more direct, though. There's no keypad, so you just have to press "up" or "down" until you cycle through all the sounds to the one you want. The sounds are of good quality, and the speakers are nice. If you just want a piano, organ, harpsichord, or other keyboard instrument, this is a nice lightweight, inexpensive choice that will sound good enough to pass, though it's not exactly concert-hall quality. It's good enough for home use, or for smaller, informal places that might benefit by having such an instrument around for entertainment or practice. I'm pleased with it. Five stars.
Bought this for my daughters birthday and she has barely stopped using it
Eastar Digital Piano, 61 Key Full Size Keyboard Piano for Beginners is a nice little keyboard. It is very short, so need a short stool/chair, which is not included. Assembly required for the stand and it is not easy. The predrilled holes are fine, but a bit of pressure is required to get the screws to catch and stay together. And for me, it was a bit bulking and heavy to move once assembled, so help might be required for assemble and putting into place. The keyboard works well and the grandkids had lots of fun trying it out.
I do not consider this a digital piano because it only has 61 keys and not 88 keys. The keys are also unweighted so it's not going to feel like an acoustic piano either. However, for someone that's learning about music theory and need an instrument to test it out, this is perfectly fine. Summary: I would highly recommend this if you can get this under $150. It's great for beginners or if you want a compact/portable keyboard. If you cannot, then I would suggest looking for another 61 key electronic keyboard like the Yamaha YPT270 which is an Amazon exclusive for $150. That said, Eastar is a pretty good brand that caters to beginners and I do think their harmonicas are really good. If you can accept that this plays MIDIs and there are no hammers hitting strings, you'll be fine. Pros: + sound is clear and speakers are loud enough + weight is light + compact and portable + solid build Cons: - not as much value as other reputable brands - lacks some accessories like a piano bench/stool and you'll want a good mic to record yourself to pick out your mistakes
its ok, for beginners. the keys are not weighted and most of the sounds are subpar, but to learn on a decent size keyboard.
The sound on this piano is fantastic. Much better than the typical keyboard I'm used to. And it comes with a sustain pedal that actually works. Overall the piano is short. A regular height bench or dining chair is too high for it. You need a chair that is shorter than your average chair. More like an ottoman or footstool.
Honest John H.
I am very pleased to get this electronic keyboard and am still learning its features. This model number arrived as the piano unit alone. It does not include a microphone or any of the accessories that some other reviewers mention (though there is a jack for one, as well as your own headset). Still, that is fine and it is impressive to me as an electronic keyboard. The assembly is screwing two Philips-head screws into each side of the cross panel, then two screws underneath the console itself to attach it to the top of each wide leg. You need your own screwdriver for this. The more decorative screws on top for the stand were already there, so I just loosened them a bit and slid the stand into position, then tightened (by hand) back down. The default tone when you turn it on is grand piano. The key response and speaker sound are excellent. The demo tracks sound really good and incorporate such special effects that I am not sure I could ever duplicate them. This would be excellent for children who want to learn not only piano, but "boards" or something about recording studio work and the producing side of tweaking and altering sounds. The options available on the control panel include a metronome, bass chords, rhythm tracks, MIDI (playing), and recording with playback. I don't think there is a way to download the recording of your own playing, which is a drawback to me, but I am still studying that and could be wrong.
It likes a real piano, wooden material and clear sound
The media could not be loaded. Looks just as pictured…such a beauty in person! No doubt this piano is a nice added piece of furniture. We’re all beginners in my home, but hopefully one if not both of my boys will grow an interest to play. This piano arrived packaged very nicely and all the keys works perfectly. There was very little assembling, my husband had it up and going in no time. I love that this piano is not too big, it’s just the right size. Needless to say it is made of quality material and feels very sturdy. All in all, amazing electric piano that I would highly recommend to anyone!
My daughter has been in piano lessons for a few months now so we decided to upgrade to this keyboard piano. The keys on this keyboard piano closely approximate the feel of the keys on her teacher's piano. From the moment we got it out of the box, she was very excited to begin practicing. The keyboard piano comes with a stand that's easy to assemble. This item produces a great piano sound and feel, but does not take up very much space. This is a perfect piano for a beginning student and will help them develop their love of music.