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    Our 7 year old is about to start piano lessons. We are looking at the following (all come with wooden stand and 3 pedal set):

    PX-130BK / 130WE - Privia - CELVIANO Digital Pianos - CASIO Casio Privia PX-130. $859 (AUD)

    PX-410R - Privia Digital Pianos - CASIO Casio Privia PX-410. $949 (AUD)

    PX-730BK / 730CY - Privia Digital Pianos - CASIO Casio Privia Px-730. $899 (AUD)

    The other option is a Casio CDP200 which I can get for $699 without a stand or pedals.

    I am clueless as to the difference between the above. Can anyone give me any help please?

    Thank you.

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    Not much of a difference between the above...but I will tell you that I have students with Casios....they hate them.....as do I.

    They are fine for beginners....but for the same money, you can get a Yamaha, which even the pros use.

    Trust me...skip the Casio, get a Yamaha....way better quality in manufacturing and overall options and sounds.
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    Every child is different I preferred PX-410R - Privia Digital Pianos - CASIO, but let me tell you a little of my musical upbringing as it will give you a better idea of where I’m coming from, and hopefully give you some ideas on the way forward for your child.. At Free Piano Lesson your child learn to do much more than just play piano music from the written sheet music. Your child learn to add chords and all kinds of runs and fills and exciting piano playing techniques.

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