5 best piano keyboards to buy in Nepal under Rs.35,000- Budget friendly options to master your skills

Piano’s are fascinating, and now that you have decided to buy this fascinating musical instrument you might be confused and overwhelmed with this complicated process. There are just too many options available and yes it can get hectic along with choosing which one would be the best one for you.

Pianos are expensive stuff and can get crazy expensive, some costing as much as a new motorcycle! Which is also why most fresh buyers also panic due to the budget factor, so if you want bang for your buck, you’ve come to the right place.

So, in this article, we’ve decided to guide you through by presenting you our Top 5 best piano keyboards to buy in Nepal under Rs.35,000 which are not only budget-friendly but can also help you master your skills.

  1. Casio CTK-3500:

    The Casio brand pianos and keyboards are world-renowned for being easy to use, having amazing quality and durability. Whether you’re just starting, or an experienced pianist the CTK-3500 delivers hundreds of Tones and Rhythms to jump-start your creativity. Don’t worry about getting frustrated halfway while you learn, you’ll be playing incredibly great without even realizing it.

    Coming under a budget of  Rs(19500 – 22500) it has the highest sellable unit in Nepal.  This keyboard’s 61 keys make a sound depending on the strength with which the key is pressed, with 13 authentic Indian tones and 12 Indian Indian rhythms it’s incredibly easy to use and is eye-pleasing with its clear LCD display.
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    This touch-sensitive portable keyboard is full of amazing features and built-in rhythms, it’s a keyboard accessible for all ages. It comes with its respective power supply,  although it also works with batteries.

    Grab more information about this product here at Treasure music.

  2. Casio CT-S300

    The Ct – 300, comes with most features a beginner needs. As there is not much to complain about it’s also a great option for people who are open-minded about using a cheaper equipment option. You can buy this keyboard from the price range of (Rs 20500-23500)

    It comes with 61 piano-style keys with touch response, built-in carry handle, USB connectivity, 400 tones, 77, rhythms and 60 songs. The Ct – 300 has simple features offering an organized layout with fewer buttons by both dial and full dot LCD screen. As it is equipped with a home button it allows users to return to the origins screen according to their preferences at any time.
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    PS: Besides being popular as a beginner keyboard, you can also use this keyboard to make & record music by hooking it up to a computer which is one of the awesome features.

  3. Yamaha E373:

    Yamaha is one of the most loved brands in regards to musical instruments and  E363 is one of the best pianos Yamaha has introduced to all piano lovers. It comes with basic features, flexible functions, and a very expressive touch-sensitive keyboard action that makes it a go-to instrument for starters who are learning to play the piano.

    The cherry on top, it also has an excellent built speaker, so you do not need to connect the piano to external devices. It is lightweight and portable for anyone who does not have much space. The Yamaha E363 is a great choice and budget-friendly as it ranges between (Rs 27,000 – 30,000) and is a perfect instrument for children and beginners who want to learn music.

  4. Casio CT-X700

    In the long-running line of portable keyboards, the Casio CT-X700 is also one of the additions of an easy-to-move keyboard by Casio. Intended for musicians of all levels, it features 61 full-size keys, a built-in speaker, 600 tones, is compact, lightweight, and has a tough molded plastic case. The best reason to get this keyboard is it is loaded with features and comes at a price that’s hard to beat ranging from (Rs 30,000 – 35, 000)

    What makes it so different from other portable keyboards?

    Well, the  CT-X700 is special because of its heart: The powerful AiX Sound Source. CT-X700 also features multiple play-along tools and is an incredible value for the price.

    Looking to learn more about its features? Visit here

  5. Yamaha PSR 273

    For an entry-level 61key  portable keyboard, the Yamaha PSR273 surely has a lot of features offered under the hood.

    Yamaha PSR273 has a wide variety of sounds, 61 full-size keys for learning and developing keyboard playing techniques. It is also well known for being one of the best sellers for Yamaha, as it is an ideal first keyboard for aspiring musicians and beginners who are just starting out.

    It has also been popular among many young pianists, who are just starting out as it comes under a very reasonable price of (Rs 19, 500 – 22,000). The Yamaha PSR273 has a nice balance and has a good combination between features, quality, and affordability.

    We hope this article helps you find the piano you have been looking for!

    Remember, when choosing a piano make sure to weigh all the pros and cons to select the piano that suits you the best. Once you have made your mind and made the purchase be to enjoy and make the best use of it.

    We wish you all the best in your musical journey.

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