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37-key portable electric piano
29,90 $ Add to cart
-10% Code SPG10 until 26/06/2024

37-key portable electric piano

29,90 $

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Learning music can start at an early age. Would you like to introduce your child to music? Get them this 37-key electric piano. A soft, comfortable children’s piano ideal for learning to play. Like a professional instrument, it also features a conversion key for setting both modes.

The 37-key portable electric piano is a compact, lightweight electronic musical instrument. It’s easy to carry and use, making it ideal for beginners and experienced musicians alike. The piano features a touch-sensitive keyboard with 37 keys, backlit display, headphone jack, audio output and power supply via AC adapter or batteries.

A portable piano

Your boy or girl will love playing this children’s electric piano at home. But because it’s lightweight and portable, he or she can also take it with them to friends’ houses or on vacation, so they can play whenever they like. The 37-key portable electric piano is a compact, lightweight electronic musical instrument. It’s easy to carry and store, making it ideal for musicians on the move. The piano features a standard 37-key keyboard, built-in speaker and 3.5 mm headphone jack.
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A realistic instrument

This electric piano is equipped with 37 touch-sensitive keys, offering an authentic, realistic playing experience. The keys are designed to reproduce the feel of a real acoustic piano, with a dynamic response that allows you to control nuance and musical expression. What’s more, the keyboard features an adjustable sensitivity function, allowing it to adapt to each player’s individual preferences. The piano also boasts a wide variety of sounds and functions, enabling the creation of a wide range of musical styles. These include acoustic piano, harpsichord, organ, string and synthesizer sounds, as well as reverb and chorus effects.