inexpensive piano keyboards?

my piano is super old and is untunable so i want to buy a keyboard that is inexpensive and good sound quality . it doesnt have to be fancy or super high tech. i dont even care if it is slightly used. anyone know where i could get one?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    a local music store?

    or

    target

    they sell pretty cheap ones

  • 1 decade ago

    M-audio and other folks make piano keyboards for your laptop /pc or Mac. they can be really cheap because basically they are like a big mouse with lots of keys. You just have to purchase [or download=D} some music software and drivers . There are tons of programs like REASONS ,Fruityloops/FLStudio, Cubase, Protools.. CHeck it out . Just Google" MIDI Controller" or something like M-audio keyboard If youre not into the Computer thing, Casio makes some oldschool stuff you can find and any kmart pawnshop goodwill. Peace

    Source(s): Fruityloops
  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    Look for a used one or you can go in for one in the Casio CTK series - 150-200 dollars.

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