61 Note, Touch sensitive Keyboards.
All the keyboards we offer for hire have full piano sized keys - don't be tempted to buy or even borrow a "mini-key" type- you will only have to re-learn finger positions when you move on to full size key keyboard.
A 4 octave keyboard has what is the smallest number of keys available on a keyboard. This is usually fine for a beginner to get started on.
Most people who ultimately buy a keyboard buy the larger 5 octave keyboard - they simply have more notes. You can start by hiring a 4 octave and apply all your hire fees towards a 5 octave. Ask your teacher though - some prefer you to start off with the full 5 octaves.
"Touch sensitive" is another term that may need explanation. When you hit a key hard on a touch sensitive keyboard, it plays loud; hit a key softly, it plays quietly - just like a piano. As you progress, you will need one of these type to play the "Dynamics" of music. Again, talk to your teacher or us if you feel you need advice on this.
Location: Epsom, Auckland City, Auckland
Areas serviced: Auckland
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