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The Best
Pianos of 2023

Digital Pianos bridge the gap between the enduring beauty of acoustic pianos and the space-saving portability of digital keyboards. A great digital piano is an inspiring platform for practice, performance, and composition, while a lacklustre one is an all-too-visible threat to your creativity. Let's break down the Best Digital Pianos in 2023 to help you find the perfect instrument for your needs.

Best Beginner Keyboard

Yamaha PSR E373 61-Key Portable Keyboard w/ Touch Sensitivity

5 Star Rating Approachability

Price: $349
Keybed: 61-key Touch-sensitive
Pedals: Sustain/Damper (not included)
Tones: 622
Connectivity: USB
Headphone Jacks: 1x 3.5 mm


  • Touch-sensitive keyboard
  • 48-note polyphony
  • Built-in digital effects
  • 26 harmonies, 150 arpeggios
  • Melody Suppression on audio input

The Yamaha PSR E373 is the best beginner keyboard you can buy at this price point. It features 61 touch-sensitive keys, a kaleidoscope of instrument sounds and accompaniments, and a comprehensive lesson function that makes starting piano easier than ever. All of this functionality is contained within an intuitive interface that clearly displays the most important parameters and settings, making the unit easy to use and explore. The Yamaha PSR E373 is truly the best beginner keyboard of 2023.

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Best Digital Piano

Roland RP102 Digital Piano

5 Star Rating Balance

Price: $1499
Keybed: 88-key PHA-4 Standard
Pedals: Soft, Sostenuto, & Sustain/Damper w/ half-pedalling
Tones: 4 Piano, 11 Other
Connectivity: USB, Bluetooth
Headphone Jacks: 1x 6.35 mm, 1x 3.5 mm


  • SuperNATURAL Piano technology
  • Hammer Action, Escapement, & Ivory Feel keys
  • Twin Piano mode
  • 200 onboard songs w/ part muting
  • Attractive black cabinet

The Roland RP102 is the best digital piano in our range. It combines superb-feeling keys with responsive piano sounds and a tasteful cabinet that looks fantastic in any room. The 88 hammer-action keys feature escapement, which models when a real hammer physically disconnects from its key, and the half-pedalling damper/sustain allows for advanced practice that translates to an acoustic grand. Twin Piano mode, as you might imagine, splits the keyboard into two 44-key pianos for duets and lessons. It all adds up to a wonderfully balanced feature set housed in a sleek cabinet, and makes the Roland RP102 the best digital piano for most players.

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Best Piano Keyboard

Roland FP30X Digital Piano

5 Star Rating Flexibility

Price: $949
Keybed: 88-key PHA-4 Standard
Pedals: Sustain/Damper included & 3-pedal board supported
Tones: 12 Piano, 20 ePiano, 24 Other
Connectivity: USB, Bluetooth
Headphone Jacks: 1x 6.35 mm, 2x 3.5 mm


  • Twin Piano mode
  • 200 onboard songs
  • SuperNATURAL Piano technology
  • Hammer Action, Escapement & Ivory Feel keys
  • Reasonably portable

The Roland FP30X is the best piano keyboard for those looking for a stylish, portable, and affordable instrument. Suitable for home or stage use, the FP30X features Roland's excellent PHA-4 Standard keybed, responsive piano sounds, and support for 3-pedal boards. Silent lessons/duets are easy with three headphone jacks and the Twin Piano mode, while Bluetooth connectivity makes using learning apps a breeze. This isn't the most portable, nor the most 'furniture-like' instrument in our list, but if you're looking for a happy medium of price, performance, and flexibility, the Roland FP30X is the best piano keyboard for you.

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Best Portable Keyboard

Yamaha NP-32 Portable Keyboard

5 Star Rating Portability

Price: $419
Keybed: 76-key Piano-style Graded Soft Touch
Pedals: Half-pedalling Sustain/Damper (not included)
Tones: 2x Piano, 2x ePiano, 6x Other
Connectivity: USB
Headphone Jacks: 1x 6.35 mm


  • Compact design
  • Lightweight construction
  • High-quality tones & 4 Reverbs
  • Stereo Speakers
  • Record function

The Yamaha NP-32 is the best portable keyboard for those learning piano. It features beautiful tones sampled from Yamaha's finest grand pianos, four reverbs for modelling different room sounds, and excellent stereo speakers for this class of instrument. The graded soft touch keybed is heavier in the bass register and lighter on high notes, while the record function lets you easily track your learning progress. Weighing in at just 5.7 kg, the Yamaha NP-32 is the best portable keyboard if you're seeking a focussed practice or performance experience with no unnecessary distractions.

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Best Stage Piano

Nord Stage 3 88 Key Fully Weighted Hammer Action Performance Keyboard

5 Star Rating Performance

Price: $6749
Keybed: 88-key Weighted Hammer Action FATAR
Pedals: Select Single & Triple pedals supported (not included)
Tones: 400 Interchangeable w/ 2GB Memory
Connectivity: USB, MIDI
Headphone Jacks: 1x 6.35 mm


  • Top-of-the-line FATAR keybed
  • Free Nord Piano & Sample Libraries
  • Synth, Organ, & Effects Sections
  • Pitch Stick, Mod Wheel & Aftertouch
  • Up to 4 Keyboard Zones

The fifth generation of the world-renowned series, the Nord Stage 3 is the best stage piano for the performing musician. It combines beautiful piano sounds and amazing synthesis in one powerhouse of a keyboard. The FATAR keybed is a delight to play, the interface is wonderfully tactile, and the pitch stick, mod wheel, and aftertouch make for an incredibly expressive instrument. Add to this the ability to download new tones from the free Nord piano and sample libraries, and the Nord Stage 3 is easily the best stage piano money can buy right now.

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Best Arranger Keyboard

Korg Pa600 61-Key Professional Arranger

5 Star Rating Value

Price: $1759
Keybed: 61 Velocity Sensitive
Pedals: Sustain/Damper & 1x Assignable (neither included)
Tones: Over 1000 included plus Synth Oscillator
Connectivity: USB, MIDI
Headphone Jacks: 1x 6.35 mm


  • Enhanced RX & DNC Sound Engines
  • 360+ Included Styles w/ 8 Style Tracks
  • 125 FX, 3-band EQ per track
  • Guitar Mode 2 for Realistic Licks
  • Powerful Speakers w/ Bass-Reflex Box

The KORG Pa600 is the best arranger keyboard for the price. It features 61 velocity sensitive keys, input for two pedals, and a robust speaker system with ample bass. It's packed with multiple sound engines, a kaleidoscope of effects, and enough EQ to sculpt complex mixes. The included styles allow you to program, practice, and perform full arrangements with up to eight tracks triggering intros, variations, fills, breaks, and endings in sync with your playing. While more elaborate options exist, the KORG Pa600 is the best arranger keyboard due to its fantastic sounds, comprehensive sequencing, and modest price.

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Honourable Mentions...

Yamaha PSR E273 61-Key Portable Keyboard

A highly focussed learning tool that won't break the bank, the Yamaha PSR E273 is a great option for beginners looking to see if piano is the instrument for them.

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Roland FP10 Digital Piano (Black)

Just below the FP30X in features and price, the Roland FP10 is an incredible entry-level digital piano that will perform admirably for beginner and intermediate content.

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Korg G1 Air Digital Piano w/ RH3 Real Weighted Hammer Action Keyboard (Black)

Contained in a handsome cabinet that will look good anywhere, the Korg G1 features exceptional piano sounds and a wonderfully weighted keybed.

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