The Top 5 Most Expensive Keyboards That Money Can Buy in 2018

If you’re in the market for a really cool keyboard and you’re not concerned about the budget, there are some amazing units on the market for 2018. The old saying “you get what you pay for” is usually true. We’ve researched the top brands to find the 5 most expensive keyboards that money can buy for 2018, and we were surprised to find out that the prices really aren’t that bad for what you get from them. Here are the top choices.

Yamaha Genos 76-Key Arranger Workstation (76-key Pro Arranger): $5,500 online

If you are looking for a top of the line keyboard that is made by one of the most popular brands in musical instrument design in the world, then consider the Yamaha Genos 76 Key Arranger Workstation. This is the cream of the crop for amateurs just learning and professionals who are seasoned in the craft.

This is one of Yamaha’s finest keyboards It features 76 keys with polyphonic, sustain pedal and recording. It is touch sensitive and comes with metronome. This is the latest edition of the Genos line.It is the flagship instrument in the Yamaha keyboard lineup with an arranger workstation. It features unparalleled sample quality with pro level connectivity and cutting edge styles. This is Yamaha’s state of the art machine for professional performers. Record and playback, then fine tune your work with the greatest of ease with the Yamaha Genos.

Nord 314292 88-Key Weighted Hammer Action Keyboard: $4,499

This model is the stage 3 and features a fifth generation series dedicated to providing high quality keyboards for performing musicians. This is the flagship instrument for the company and it comes fully equipped with the latest technologies that have won prestigious awards for their innovation and the brilliance of their design. The Nord Lead A1 Synth Engine features a sample playback. Also included is the Nord C2D organ for enhanced piano sound with a variety of hands on effects, all rolled into one high performance keyboard intended for professional use. When you won’t settle for less than the best, Nord has your keyboard solution.

Kurzweil Music Systems SP6 88-Key Stage Piano with Fully-Weighted Hammer-Action Keyboard: $1,095.00

This is Kurzweil’s lightest professional 88 note keyboard weighing just 27 pounds. The sound is crystal clear with rich deep tones of professional quality with Kurzweil string resonance that gives it an enhanced acoustic piano performance. The unit packs 32 F units horsepower. The choruses, delays, reverbs, distortions and phasers are award winning, as are the compressors and rotary amps. Kurzweil is a company that is recognized worldwide for their innovative technologies and high quality sound and responsiveness. The new high definition German D Grand and Japanese Grand which are fully optimized for the SP6 combine with the rest of the high end features in this unit all rolled into one aesthetically pleasing keyboard. This unit if fully packed with even more amazing features so plan on dedicating time to read through the user’s guide to explore the full options and benefits that it has to offer.

Casio PX350 BK 88-Key Touch Sensitive Privia Digital Piano with AIR Acoustic and Intelligent Resonation System and Power Supply: $549.00

Casio’s is in the business of manufacturing high quality keyboards and accessories. They proudly offer their premiere 88 key keyboard with 3 sensors per key and scaled hammer action for the sensation that you’re playing a full sized piano. The PX350 features Casio’s Tri-sensor technology in the scaled hammer action keyboard II that is decked out with 250 built-in tones. This is one of Casio’s finest digital keyboards that is suitable for players of all skill levels from beginner through professional.

Korg microKorg 37-Key Analog Modeling Synthesizer with Vocoder: $464.00

When you’re in the market for a top of the line product, Korg has the ideal keyboard for your consideration. The Korg microKorg is a highly rated 37 key analog modeling synthesizer system with a multi timbral =2 (max, split dual mode) with four choices and 6 types of Arpeggiator. The sound generation method is analog modeling synthesis. It comes with outputs: L/MONO, R Headphones. This unit is compatible Windows – 98 Second Edition, Me, 2000 SP2, XP. Mac OS – OSX10.6.8 or later. Ride the wave of the latest technology.


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