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Start someone playing piano for £169

I don't think I would have started playing piano if there wasn't one in the house, my parents were not musicians they were antiques collectors, so it just happened that a very old fashioned upright piano was the centrepiece of our sitting room. As children my brother and I would walk past and tinker a few keys and before too long we would make up pieces and, in the spirit of sibling rivalry, we would improve rapidly.

The point of this wistful journey though my childhood is to demonstrate that by simply having a piano in the house an opportunity to learn is presented to anyone living in it. If it's not there then no one is going to learn how to play it.

Our previous blog entry was showing a typical beginners piano purchase for a budget of under £500, but when buying for children it's sometimes difficult to know if they're going to keep it up, or if it's just a passing phase.

But it doesn't have to be expensive gamble, we now offer a keyboard starter package containing everything you need to get started for £169. (see picture below)

Get someone started! - Yamaha NP11 starter bundle
The Yamaha NP11 is a very good little keyboard and crucially has touch sensitive keys, this means that when you play hard you get louder and vice-versa. We include a stand to put it on and some headphones for practice without disturbing the neighbours. A music rest and the power adaptor is included too.

Why not get someone started today?


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