After 15 years of great discussions, the Sweetwater Forums are now closed and preserved as a "read-only" resource. For discussions about current gear, check us out on Facebook, YouTube, inSync, and our Knowledge Base.
9 years ago
The above sounds like it was written by a Casio Fanboy doesn't it? I can't believe what I was reading. First of all go play one of these and tell me the action doesn't annoy the heck out of you and feel off. Secondly I would take a Yamaha P120 or P90 over one of these any day of the week. Yes Yamaha's prior technology is better than this and lastly if your going to shell out that much for a digital piano, why not shell out a bit more out a get something way, way better than the PX-320 like the Roland FP4 or Yamaha CP33. Sorry, I am very familiar with the PX-320, but would never recommend it when such obvious better choices exist. Don't get me wrong its not a bad keyboard, but if you do your homework you will realize better choices exist.
and other Sweetwater publications!
Sign up for special email offers:
We'll help you get the gear you need!
5501 U.S. Hwy 30 W
Fort Wayne, IN 46818