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I agree with the above answer if you truly want something that feels close to a real piano. Some of the best brands are Yamaha, Roland and Korg. Casio isn’t bad either. The Yamaha you mentioned has a lot of bells and whistles but will not have the same feel. If the feel is more important than having a ton of sounds and beats then go with a basic 88 key ...


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Look for 88 notes and a weighted keyboard. In your price range that probably means going second-hand.


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Since the solid bass playing will stop during a bass solo, only coming back in during the last couple of bars, maybe, the drums often continue. That is to keep a rhythm going, sometimes even against what the bass is doing to solo. On occasions such as that, I may put stabs in, usually on beat 1 of every four or eight bars, or where there's a fundamental ...


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