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Alesis Recital – 88 Key Digital Piano Keyboard with Semi Weighted Keys, 2x20W Speakers, 5 Voices, Split, Layer and Lesson Mode, FX and Piano Lessons Recital Piano Only

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An Electric Piano That’s Tailored to You – Feature-packed Electric keyboard with 88 premium full-sized semi weighted keys with adjustable touch response to suit your preferred playing style
Premium Sounds – 5 voices (Acoustic Piano, Electric Piano, Organ, Synth, and Bass), built-in FX: Chorus, Reverb, and two built in 20W speakers that deliver crystal-clear, room-filling sound
All The Right Connections – ¼” sustain pedal input (pedal not included), ¼” stereo headphone output for private practice and stereo RCA outputs for connection to speakers / amplifiers
Play the Keyboard Wherever You Go – Power via the included power adapter or 6 D cell batteries (not included) for professional piano performance anywhere
Powerful Educational Features – Standard, split, layer, and lesson modes with 128-note max polyphony and Skoove 3 month premium subscription for expert interactive online piano lessons
Interactive Piano Lessons Included – 60 Free Virtual Lessons from Melodics to hone your skills for any genre or technique you want to master

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The Perfect Combination of Premium Feel and Sound
The Alesis Recital is a full-featured digital piano with 88 full-sized semi-weighted keys with adjustable touch response. Customize and tailor your sound by using the Recital’s adjustable Reverb and Chorus, as well as Layer and Split Modes to further your creativity. With powerful 20-watt built-in speakers and a 128-note maximum note polyphony, Recital delivers ultra-realistic sound and a great playing experience.
Powerful Educational Features
“Lesson Mode” divides the Recital’s 88 keys into two zones. This enables both the student and teacher to easily watch each other and play together without having to take turns or reach over one another. Plus, utilize the ¼” (6.35mm) headphone output for convenient, quiet private practice or connect to external speakers to show off your skills.
Includes 3-Months of Skoove Premium
Skoove features in-depth online piano courses that adapt to you and give you feedback. Develop your repertoire on your own time, at your own pace with a curated catalogue filled with everything from current chart hits to classical music. Need a little help? Skoove’s experienced team of musicians is on hand with one on one support to answer any of your questions. New, exclusive lessons are added every month so that you can keep expanding your repertoire with new music as well as up your piano game with new music theory tips and tricks.
60 Bonus Lessons from Melodics
Alesis & Melodics have teamed up to bring Alesis customers 60 bonus lessons when you register your Alesis keyboard. With Melodics, choose a genre or technique you want to master – whatever your skill level, there’s something there for everyone. Fusing an engaging, fun interface and instant feedback on our selected lesson, Melodics guarantees to get you playing – and playing better – right from the get-go!

Specification: Alesis Recital – 88 Key Digital Piano Keyboard with Semi Weighted Keys, 2x20W Speakers, 5 Voices, Split, Layer and Lesson Mode, FX and Piano Lessons Recital Piano Only

Weight 15.62 lbs
Dimensions 3.6 × 11.52 × 50.52 in

18 reviews for Alesis Recital – 88 Key Digital Piano Keyboard with Semi Weighted Keys, 2x20W Speakers, 5 Voices, Split, Layer and Lesson Mode, FX and Piano Lessons Recital Piano Only

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  1. Tripans

    Have you ever bought something on Amazon, tried it, and realized you can’t put it back in the box it came from and print the return shipping slip fast enough? This keyboard is it. I needed a temporary keyboard for a gig and thought I’d give this brand a try since I’ve never heard of it and the price was so low, and this was absolutely hands-down the worst keyboard I’ve ever played. I’ve played pianos for nearly 30 years, everything from Faziolis and Steinways at concert halls, to the floor samples electric keyboard at Costco. Despite being fully convinced by their flashy marketing videos here on Amazon, this keyboard is complete utter junk. The weight of the keys is ALL wrong – a sure way to screw up your finger and hand form should you ever plan on playing a real piano in the future. The keys are full-size in width only and not full size in length. The sound output is also terrible. My 15yr old 56 key Yamaha blows this out of the water in terms of sound quality and native output. You have to PUNCH the key to get it to play forte.Read more

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  2. Guliz Akdas Barkan

    It might just be the settings. Many reviewers complained that the sound volume becomes vary quiet, and after minimal use of the keyboard. It seemed we were also unlucky, since all of a sudden the kids told me it was very quiet – even with the volume dial turned to max. I tried every button, and even went so far as to enter a bad review here on Amazon. But looking more into the user manual, there are MANY adjustable settings on this keyboard! In fact, there are nearly 88 settings – one for each key on the keyboard! Look closely at the Advanced Settings, and there are at least three different adjustments to volume. Somehow, the kids must have accidentally set those to low. Once I went through the steps to max-out the volume settings, the keyboard is once again very nice! I rate it as 4 stars because it’s overall very good, but use of those advanced settings it confusing.Read more

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  3. JS

    6 MONTH UPDATE: So, I have had this piano now for close to 6 months and couldn’t be happier. Just the starter piano you would give a child to get them started. Sound quality and volume is fantastic. Only gripe so far has been that keys aren’t as well weighted but for the price, that is easy to overlook. I noticed that several reviewers have issues with the volume and have returned the piano because it wasn’t loud enough and Alesis is to sorely blame for that. Turns out that the Piano has 5 different volume levels and: 1. The default Factory settings are not set at the ‘loudest’. 2. It is easy to set the volume to a different level unknowingly (If you enter Advanced Functions mode inadvertently/ younger kids do that when playing with the keys, pressing the middle C (the most frequently used keys) will put the piano to its lowest volume level.) Here are the steps to get the Piano into its loudest volume level 1. Press the Metronome and Lesson keys simultaneously to enter Advanced Functions mode. The two keys should light up. 2. Press the E3 Key once. It should make click sound (it won’t play the instrument) sound. 3. Press the Metronome and Lesson keys simultaneously again to exit Advanced Functions mode. 4. Your piano should be set to the loudest volume now. Do try these steps before you consider returning this piano. Its a nifty little instrument, the Alesis! ========================== I was looking around for a good piano for my 5 year old daughter to practice at home as she has just started with Piano lessons. My 2 other shortlists were the Yamaha P71 ($399) and the Casio Previa PX 160 ($499). Ultimately, decided on the Alesis based on the reviews and espeically the price as it was less than half the cost of the other 2. My thinking was that once she develops some skill at playing and retains her interest in learning the piano, we could always upgrade to a better one. Once I got the piano, I couldn’t be happier. What I really liked was: 1. Good sound, especially for the Piano. 2. Semi-weighted keys offer good feel and volume response. 3. Very light and easy to cart around 4. Included Power adapter. 5. And of course, the price for a full 88-Key Piano – you can’t beat that. Things that I feel could be improved are: 1. Volume – one needs to keep the volume control at around 75% to 80% of the max volume setting to get decent sound. 2. It has a ton of features that can be customized, like Tempo, Metronome, Metronome Volume, etc. but all of these need to be accessed using a combination of Piano keys. Very difficult to remember and I find myself opening the user manual every now and then.Read more

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  4. Gathan G.

    I bought The Alesis Recital 88 Key Beginner Digital Piano March 6th 2018. I am a professional pianist and wanted this to use in my retirement home concerts! IT’S AWESOME!! I normally don’t write reviews but I am so happy with this piano. The sound is excellent! It’s the lightest piano on the market to my knowledge. Not a tinny sounding piano. I am a Yamaha fan, however in this category, Yamaha has their Piaggero line, which I also own. This Recital is so much nicer!! Also, it’s 88 keys! I’ve not had ANY problems with this piano. I have played it well over 150 hours and I LOVE it!! I will be ordering another because I would be lost without it, in the event something happened to this incredible piano!! I HIGHLY recommend it!! Sure, the more expensive and heavier keyboards will might sound better but if you’re looking in this price range, or looking for portability, this is the one to get! While it sounds great with the built in speakers, when playing bigger venues, I plug it into my Roland cube monitor and it sounds superb! If I was to play at a large church, I could use this but would probably use my Yamaha P-15 simply because the keys are wighted better than this one since this is semi weighted but still plays fantastic and the touch is great! It fits perfectly in my 76 keyboard gig bag! The reviews about the volume going down has simply not happened to me! Please don’t let negative reviews keep you from trying this keyboard! I’m more than HAPPY with my purchase!! I would give 100 stars if I could!! Especially, for this price of only $209.99 and its weight and sound! The only suggestion would be for Alesis to make a longer power cord but I just bought me a 3ft extension cord and it works great!!Read more

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  5. R. Hassan

    I bought this to get back into piano after several years of not playing. I did many grades when I was younger, mostly learning classical style music and eventually got out of the habit of playing after University. A few years on and I wanted to relearn playing by ear so I can accompany singing at parties etc. I didn’t want to spend too much and I live in a small apartment so I wanted something that wouldn’t take up too much space. Having only played a real piano before, I was surprised how similar this is as I was concerned it would feel like playing a keyboard. Having gotten used to this, switching back to playing a real piano took about 10 minutes to get the swing of again. I usually use headphones to practise but it has a decent sound on its own too. This has been great for getting up to speed again but I suspect I’ll want to upgrade in the next few years to a fully-weighted digital piano with a better sound. I really like the ability to connect it up to the computer, but I got bored with Skoove pretty quickly. A couple of recommendations as I had to do a bit of work to find the accessories etc: – I bought this stand and it fits fine https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B000LUFTWS/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_dp_T2_tYFCzb3BPDTBK – You will probably want a sustain pedal, I got this one https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00IOEQQTS/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 – You will need a converter if you want to use normal headphones with a 3mm jack; I got this one https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0086P5F4M/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_dp_T2_h0FCzbK79V83M – If you want to learn to play chords so you can accompany and play songs by ear (rather than reading music which, despite reaching grade 6, I was always rubbish at) then this book is awesome https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/0571539025/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1Read more

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  6. Javed Roojee

    I’ll try keep my points concise and highlight the main aspects. As an 88-key digital piano, it certainly is that, however, not without it’s faults. But first, the positives: – relatively cheap – full of adjustable features such as adjusting the touch responsiveness, transposing the keys, etc (See manual for more info) – good for beginners And that’s about it. The negatives by far outweigh the above: – The piano is described as semi-weighted. This is not true. They do provide a (slightly) stronger resistance that you would fine from a toy/cheap keyboard, however, the keys have nowhere near weight to be considered semi-weighted. – The key to a successful digital piano is for it to produce a similar auditory experience you find with a real acoustic grand piano. In the world of digital pianos, this is achieved by a process called sampling, where a real piano’s sound is recorded onto the digital piano for replication. However, the replicated sound on the Alesis is not at all as a piano would sound. It’s noticeably lacking in depth. – The above point prompted me to test the sound through headphones instead of the built-in speakers. This only uncovered yet a deeper problem. There is a lot of feedback noise from the piano once the headphones are plugged in; there is an almost constant beeping. Why you should buy this product? If you’re desperate to try an 88-key piano on a tight budget. Why you shouldn’t buy this product? For it’s price, you can find alternatives that would be more satisfying (I exchanged my Alesis for a Casio CDP-130 [88-keys, 48 note polyphony (edit: the Alesis has 128), fully-weighted, approx. same price, etc.]) I would strongly recommend staying clear from this digital piano as it is simply not up to standards it ought to be.Read more

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  7. Amazon Customer

    I wasn’t sure what to make of it when I first got it but after playing for a few weeks I’ve really come to like it. For a light weight option, with not too many accessories, and semi weighted keys and a good price I recommend. It’s not perfect, list of Cons below: Some keys are marginally slightly closer together than others. The music stand has a massive open back so anything less than A4 stood upright will not fit, including tablets. The answer to this is to slide the base of the music stand higher but then you end up reading your music higher up than you’d like. The stand also wobbles somewhat when really hitting them keys, so much that my tablet sometimes changes screen orientation because it moves. This is only when you’re really playing or trying to type on the tablet whilst one the stand (very high up on the stand) Although the keys are semi weights I cannot tell the difference in pressure from high to low, I believe they are all the same weight. And it has no AUX for headphone/silent play which I thought it came with after watching a video review online but this could have been the pro. And if you want to be really fussy takes a good few seconds from holding the ON/OFF button before turning On or Off. If you can handle the above then its a great keyboard.Read more

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  8. guiclé

    Piano de très bonne facture dont l’excellente réputation se comfirme dès la première prise en main. Au départ intéressée par le Bird XP1 qui est légèrement moins cher, je me suis finalement tourner sur celui ci après une grosse déception au niveau de la qualité son. L’Alesis a donc parfaitement rattrapé le coup avec un son beaucoup plus doux et rond, bien plus agréable. Simple d’utilisation, ce clavier ne comporte seulement que quelques fonctions de base permettant de se concentrer pleinement sur l’apprentissage pur du piano, bien que l’absence de violon ou le chant d’église rend le layering bien moins intéressant dans son cas. Livré avec le strict nécessaire, c’est à dire son chargeur et support pour partitions, il vous faudra cependant investir dans un adaptateur jack de 3,5mm si vous souhaitez pouvoir jouer en utilisant un casque ou des écouteurs. Ses touches semi-lestées ont pour moi débutante, un rendu réaliste avec une certaine lourdeur et une bonne résistance sous les doigts qui demande plus de force comme un vrai piano acoustique. Les 3 mois Skooze offerts sont également un gros plus pour celles et ceux qui désiraient être autodidactes et auraient besoin d’une aide dans leur apprentissage. De plus, son poids le rend facile à transporter si toutefois vous devriez l’emporter pour des cours ou des répétitions, sans compter le fait que vous pouvez y mettre des piles à défaut d’utiliser le chargeur pour vous procurer une certaine autonomie. Pour résumer, la réputation de L’Alesis Récital n’est plus à faire. C’est un excellent clavier pour commencer qui saura, je pense, vous satisfaire même sur le long terme après quelques années d’expérience. Cependant, le meilleur restera tout de même de pouvoir tester l’instrument sur place pour s’assurer de son choix car cela restera toujours une question de goût.Read more

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  9. DOROTHY

    SOMETHING I HAVE ALWAYS WANTED WAS A PIANO WELL AT 78 I NOW HAVE ONE DO NOT CONSIDER IT A KEYBOARD AT ALL TRUE PIANO SOUND KEYS NICELY WEIGHTED FITS BEAUTIFULLY ON A TABLE PLUS THE HIGHEST OF A NEST OF TABLES + CUSHION AS A SEAT JUST PERFECT YOU ARE NEVER TOO OLD TO LEARN SOMETHING NEW !!Read more

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  10. Tripans

    Have you ever bought something on Amazon, tried it, and realized you can’t put it back in the box it came from and print the return shipping slip fast enough? This keyboard is it. I needed a temporary keyboard for a gig and thought I’d give this brand a try since I’ve never heard of it and the price was so low, and this was absolutely hands-down the worst keyboard I’ve ever played. I’ve played pianos for nearly 30 years, everything from Faziolis and Steinways at concert halls, to the floor samples electric keyboard at Costco. Despite being fully convinced by their flashy marketing videos here on Amazon, this keyboard is complete utter junk. The weight of the keys is ALL wrong – a sure way to screw up your finger and hand form should you ever plan on playing a real piano in the future. The keys are full-size in width only and not full size in length. The sound output is also terrible. My 15yr old 56 key Yamaha blows this out of the water in terms of sound quality and native output. You have to PUNCH the key to get it to play forte.Read more

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  11. Guliz Akdas Barkan

    It might just be the settings. Many reviewers complained that the sound volume becomes vary quiet, and after minimal use of the keyboard. It seemed we were also unlucky, since all of a sudden the kids told me it was very quiet – even with the volume dial turned to max. I tried every button, and even went so far as to enter a bad review here on Amazon. But looking more into the user manual, there are MANY adjustable settings on this keyboard! In fact, there are nearly 88 settings – one for each key on the keyboard! Look closely at the Advanced Settings, and there are at least three different adjustments to volume. Somehow, the kids must have accidentally set those to low. Once I went through the steps to max-out the volume settings, the keyboard is once again very nice! I rate it as 4 stars because it’s overall very good, but use of those advanced settings it confusing.Read more

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  12. JS

    6 MONTH UPDATE: So, I have had this piano now for close to 6 months and couldn’t be happier. Just the starter piano you would give a child to get them started. Sound quality and volume is fantastic. Only gripe so far has been that keys aren’t as well weighted but for the price, that is easy to overlook. I noticed that several reviewers have issues with the volume and have returned the piano because it wasn’t loud enough and Alesis is to sorely blame for that. Turns out that the Piano has 5 different volume levels and: 1. The default Factory settings are not set at the ‘loudest’. 2. It is easy to set the volume to a different level unknowingly (If you enter Advanced Functions mode inadvertently/ younger kids do that when playing with the keys, pressing the middle C (the most frequently used keys) will put the piano to its lowest volume level.) Here are the steps to get the Piano into its loudest volume level 1. Press the Metronome and Lesson keys simultaneously to enter Advanced Functions mode. The two keys should light up. 2. Press the E3 Key once. It should make click sound (it won’t play the instrument) sound. 3. Press the Metronome and Lesson keys simultaneously again to exit Advanced Functions mode. 4. Your piano should be set to the loudest volume now. Do try these steps before you consider returning this piano. Its a nifty little instrument, the Alesis! ========================== I was looking around for a good piano for my 5 year old daughter to practice at home as she has just started with Piano lessons. My 2 other shortlists were the Yamaha P71 ($399) and the Casio Previa PX 160 ($499). Ultimately, decided on the Alesis based on the reviews and espeically the price as it was less than half the cost of the other 2. My thinking was that once she develops some skill at playing and retains her interest in learning the piano, we could always upgrade to a better one. Once I got the piano, I couldn’t be happier. What I really liked was: 1. Good sound, especially for the Piano. 2. Semi-weighted keys offer good feel and volume response. 3. Very light and easy to cart around 4. Included Power adapter. 5. And of course, the price for a full 88-Key Piano – you can’t beat that. Things that I feel could be improved are: 1. Volume – one needs to keep the volume control at around 75% to 80% of the max volume setting to get decent sound. 2. It has a ton of features that can be customized, like Tempo, Metronome, Metronome Volume, etc. but all of these need to be accessed using a combination of Piano keys. Very difficult to remember and I find myself opening the user manual every now and then.Read more

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  13. Gathan G.

    I bought The Alesis Recital 88 Key Beginner Digital Piano March 6th 2018. I am a professional pianist and wanted this to use in my retirement home concerts! IT’S AWESOME!! I normally don’t write reviews but I am so happy with this piano. The sound is excellent! It’s the lightest piano on the market to my knowledge. Not a tinny sounding piano. I am a Yamaha fan, however in this category, Yamaha has their Piaggero line, which I also own. This Recital is so much nicer!! Also, it’s 88 keys! I’ve not had ANY problems with this piano. I have played it well over 150 hours and I LOVE it!! I will be ordering another because I would be lost without it, in the event something happened to this incredible piano!! I HIGHLY recommend it!! Sure, the more expensive and heavier keyboards will might sound better but if you’re looking in this price range, or looking for portability, this is the one to get! While it sounds great with the built in speakers, when playing bigger venues, I plug it into my Roland cube monitor and it sounds superb! If I was to play at a large church, I could use this but would probably use my Yamaha P-15 simply because the keys are wighted better than this one since this is semi weighted but still plays fantastic and the touch is great! It fits perfectly in my 76 keyboard gig bag! The reviews about the volume going down has simply not happened to me! Please don’t let negative reviews keep you from trying this keyboard! I’m more than HAPPY with my purchase!! I would give 100 stars if I could!! Especially, for this price of only $209.99 and its weight and sound! The only suggestion would be for Alesis to make a longer power cord but I just bought me a 3ft extension cord and it works great!!Read more

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  14. R. Hassan

    I bought this to get back into piano after several years of not playing. I did many grades when I was younger, mostly learning classical style music and eventually got out of the habit of playing after University. A few years on and I wanted to relearn playing by ear so I can accompany singing at parties etc. I didn’t want to spend too much and I live in a small apartment so I wanted something that wouldn’t take up too much space. Having only played a real piano before, I was surprised how similar this is as I was concerned it would feel like playing a keyboard. Having gotten used to this, switching back to playing a real piano took about 10 minutes to get the swing of again. I usually use headphones to practise but it has a decent sound on its own too. This has been great for getting up to speed again but I suspect I’ll want to upgrade in the next few years to a fully-weighted digital piano with a better sound. I really like the ability to connect it up to the computer, but I got bored with Skoove pretty quickly. A couple of recommendations as I had to do a bit of work to find the accessories etc: – I bought this stand and it fits fine https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B000LUFTWS/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_dp_T2_tYFCzb3BPDTBK – You will probably want a sustain pedal, I got this one https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00IOEQQTS/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 – You will need a converter if you want to use normal headphones with a 3mm jack; I got this one https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0086P5F4M/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_dp_T2_h0FCzbK79V83M – If you want to learn to play chords so you can accompany and play songs by ear (rather than reading music which, despite reaching grade 6, I was always rubbish at) then this book is awesome https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/0571539025/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1Read more

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  15. Javed Roojee

    I’ll try keep my points concise and highlight the main aspects. As an 88-key digital piano, it certainly is that, however, not without it’s faults. But first, the positives: – relatively cheap – full of adjustable features such as adjusting the touch responsiveness, transposing the keys, etc (See manual for more info) – good for beginners And that’s about it. The negatives by far outweigh the above: – The piano is described as semi-weighted. This is not true. They do provide a (slightly) stronger resistance that you would fine from a toy/cheap keyboard, however, the keys have nowhere near weight to be considered semi-weighted. – The key to a successful digital piano is for it to produce a similar auditory experience you find with a real acoustic grand piano. In the world of digital pianos, this is achieved by a process called sampling, where a real piano’s sound is recorded onto the digital piano for replication. However, the replicated sound on the Alesis is not at all as a piano would sound. It’s noticeably lacking in depth. – The above point prompted me to test the sound through headphones instead of the built-in speakers. This only uncovered yet a deeper problem. There is a lot of feedback noise from the piano once the headphones are plugged in; there is an almost constant beeping. Why you should buy this product? If you’re desperate to try an 88-key piano on a tight budget. Why you shouldn’t buy this product? For it’s price, you can find alternatives that would be more satisfying (I exchanged my Alesis for a Casio CDP-130 [88-keys, 48 note polyphony (edit: the Alesis has 128), fully-weighted, approx. same price, etc.]) I would strongly recommend staying clear from this digital piano as it is simply not up to standards it ought to be.Read more

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  16. Amazon Customer

    I wasn’t sure what to make of it when I first got it but after playing for a few weeks I’ve really come to like it. For a light weight option, with not too many accessories, and semi weighted keys and a good price I recommend. It’s not perfect, list of Cons below: Some keys are marginally slightly closer together than others. The music stand has a massive open back so anything less than A4 stood upright will not fit, including tablets. The answer to this is to slide the base of the music stand higher but then you end up reading your music higher up than you’d like. The stand also wobbles somewhat when really hitting them keys, so much that my tablet sometimes changes screen orientation because it moves. This is only when you’re really playing or trying to type on the tablet whilst one the stand (very high up on the stand) Although the keys are semi weights I cannot tell the difference in pressure from high to low, I believe they are all the same weight. And it has no AUX for headphone/silent play which I thought it came with after watching a video review online but this could have been the pro. And if you want to be really fussy takes a good few seconds from holding the ON/OFF button before turning On or Off. If you can handle the above then its a great keyboard.Read more

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  17. guiclé

    Piano de très bonne facture dont l’excellente réputation se comfirme dès la première prise en main. Au départ intéressée par le Bird XP1 qui est légèrement moins cher, je me suis finalement tourner sur celui ci après une grosse déception au niveau de la qualité son. L’Alesis a donc parfaitement rattrapé le coup avec un son beaucoup plus doux et rond, bien plus agréable. Simple d’utilisation, ce clavier ne comporte seulement que quelques fonctions de base permettant de se concentrer pleinement sur l’apprentissage pur du piano, bien que l’absence de violon ou le chant d’église rend le layering bien moins intéressant dans son cas. Livré avec le strict nécessaire, c’est à dire son chargeur et support pour partitions, il vous faudra cependant investir dans un adaptateur jack de 3,5mm si vous souhaitez pouvoir jouer en utilisant un casque ou des écouteurs. Ses touches semi-lestées ont pour moi débutante, un rendu réaliste avec une certaine lourdeur et une bonne résistance sous les doigts qui demande plus de force comme un vrai piano acoustique. Les 3 mois Skooze offerts sont également un gros plus pour celles et ceux qui désiraient être autodidactes et auraient besoin d’une aide dans leur apprentissage. De plus, son poids le rend facile à transporter si toutefois vous devriez l’emporter pour des cours ou des répétitions, sans compter le fait que vous pouvez y mettre des piles à défaut d’utiliser le chargeur pour vous procurer une certaine autonomie. Pour résumer, la réputation de L’Alesis Récital n’est plus à faire. C’est un excellent clavier pour commencer qui saura, je pense, vous satisfaire même sur le long terme après quelques années d’expérience. Cependant, le meilleur restera tout de même de pouvoir tester l’instrument sur place pour s’assurer de son choix car cela restera toujours une question de goût.Read more

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  18. DOROTHY

    SOMETHING I HAVE ALWAYS WANTED WAS A PIANO WELL AT 78 I NOW HAVE ONE DO NOT CONSIDER IT A KEYBOARD AT ALL TRUE PIANO SOUND KEYS NICELY WEIGHTED FITS BEAUTIFULLY ON A TABLE PLUS THE HIGHEST OF A NEST OF TABLES + CUSHION AS A SEAT JUST PERFECT YOU ARE NEVER TOO OLD TO LEARN SOMETHING NEW !!Read more

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