Alesis Melody 61 Key Keyboard Piano with 300 Sounds, Speakers, Digital Piano Stand, Bench, Headphones, Microphone, Music Lessons and Demo Songs Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry

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About this item Feature Packed Digital Piano for Beginners ? Portable Electric keyboard piano with 61 premium piano style keys and built in speakers for practicing and performing to your friends and family Premium Electric Piano Keyboard Sounds – 300 voices (including Acoustic Piano, Electric Piano, Strings, Organ, Synth, Drums and much more); intuitive Layer and split modes to develop your keyboard skills Practice Makes Perfect – ?? stereo headphone output mutes the built in speakers; 40 Demo songs; accompaniment mode with 300 built-in rhythms; built in record feature for recording your performance Powerful Educational Features – Skoove 3 month premium subscription for interactive online piano lessons; 2 months of live video lessons from TakeLessons Everything you Need – Includes an easy-to-assemble stand, a bench with 3 adjustable height settings, headphones, a music rest, a power adapter and a microphone for singing along while you play


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10 reviews for Alesis Melody 61 Key Keyboard Piano with 300 Sounds, Speakers, Digital Piano Stand, Bench, Headphones, Microphone, Music Lessons and Demo Songs Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry

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  1. L. Tate

    Keyboard was purchased for grandchildren’s enjoyment. Surprisingly good quality and sound, although it would be nice if it powered up at low to moderate volume rather than full volume. Although it does not have weighted keys, the key feel and the array of sounds are very good for the cost, especially considering that the kit included the keyboard, seat, headphones, microphone (which is made for 3-4 year olds’ use), and the keyboard stand (which is a bit too deep front to back for the keyboard). To accommodate my small grandchildrens’ use, I shifted the seat guides outward and put a piece of thin plywood on the stand to allow the keyboard’s rubber feet to sit securely on the stand. Nevertherless, it’s an excellent value.

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  2. Player One

    After reading so many negative reviews, I have to wonder why. I purchased this for my granddaughter to get started on. I’m a piano player, so I tested it out. It has really good sound. It has other functions that my girl plays around with and they all sound nice as well. I’m really happy with this purchase, especially since it came with so many accessories. The only drawback is there is no sustain peddle, but it’s great for my girl!

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  3. Daytripperdave

    Now, I have seen the negative reviews as they are the first thing that I turn to. I used to own an Alesis QS8 which was a full 88 keys and fully weighted hammer type keyboard. It was built like a tank and felt like it weighed as much at 55 pounds. Even though it was classified as portable you really needed to have two people to move to a gig. I got rid of it for that reason alone as lighter keyboards came out. It was still a great keyboard when I sold it.This Alesis Melody 54 is nowhere near the QS8 but it serves the purpose that it was intended for. I have two other keyboards, a Yamaha Mod X7 and a Casio PX560. Both are decent in their own rights but are only middle of the road keyboard without the fully weighted hammer action. I bought the Melody 54 so that I could sit in front of the TV and if it was boring, I could practice fingering which is something that I lose if I don’t practice.The Alesis sound may be light sounding compared to either of my other keyboards but it only has enough polophony notes to create basic sounds with no real timber whereas my Casio has 256 polophony notes which can make any note sound richer. The Alesis Melody 54 still doesn’t sound as tinny as the video suggested but it is nowhere near as good a quality as either my Yamaha or Casio.Now, for the action, it has a synth action like my Yamaha but actually heavier, which means that you only have pressure and no little ‘kick’ feel to simulate a piano like my Casio. In case you are wondering why I have two keyboards is that it is easier to play organ and light sounding instruments like flute, trumpets, etc because of the smoother action on the Yamaha, plus I can have it set up and ready to go for certain songs. I am just a middle of the road musician and by no means promote any keyboard. I am just trying to set people straight on what to expect for a $70 keyboard.Also, my Melody 54 keyboard came undamaged and worked perfect right out of the box.If you want a decent hammer action keyboard, expect to pay a minimum of $2500 for something like a Kawaii MP11SE or a Korg. They have passed down some of their top of the line features to more basic models. I would be wary of pawn shop deals unless you have a friend that understands keyboards and pawnshops. Most people that I know or have known wouldn’t pawn a great instrument except as a last resort.If you want a good practice keyboard for learning, I feel that this is a good choice. You can always move up to a higher quality if things take off. I suggest asking online stores as they are usually helpful and not pushy. If you are lucky enough to have a local music dealer, most of them are helpful as well. In fact, you may be able to get this locally at the same price.

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  4. Phoenix Bluejay

    Got this for my boyfriend, the musician, to practice at home. It is a perfect size and has good sound. He is amazed by the feel of the weighted keys at this price point. It has several sound and rhythm options and a built in speaker. This would be good for a child or beginner as well as someone who just wants a set of keyboards for practice. It is not adequate for playing in church or a club. It came with a stand, stool, music rack, microphone and headphones and all electronic connections. The stool is sturdy, the mic and headphones are good for a child, ours went to Goodwill. It took about 15 minutes to put together and he was playing. It also came with an option for a trial period of free lessons. This was a great value.

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  5. JessicaJessica

    My daughter loved it! Great product nd quality for price.

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  6. DianaDiana

    I’ve never touched a keyboard or instrument. But this was easy to assembly and provides what I needed for a beginner.Lots of options but I only needed the piano function.Headphones and microphone we’re on the cheap end and I don’t really use.If you are worried about being loud while practicing, any earphone with the standard jack will connect.Note: invest in some tape, a sharpie, and a whiteboard for practice as wellLast photo is how to label your keyboard to practice (:

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  7. W. Broussard

    My 8 year old started lessons this year , but her end goal is Electric guitar. The teacher always starts with piano so we didn’t want to purchase an expensive instrument that will not be used for more than a couple of years. After reading the reviews and discussing with her teacher we ordered this set, it has been perfect for her practices between lessons. Even though the keys are not weighted they do have heavy feel that also give the long notes needed for some music sheets.

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  8. Santiago OrozcoSantiago Orozco

    El producto llegó en buen estado con todos sus accesorios

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  9. Lindi H

    If you’re like me where you suddenly had the urge to make use of your lockdown and the choice you made was to learn to play the piano but you are living on a budget….well my friend look no further.First of all the thing gets loud!! I had to default to using headphones when I practice. It has a lot of gizmos you can use to change the tone, the pitch, the octave etc. It’s actually really lightweight. I was surprised at how easily I handled it. My only problem is some of the keys sound super similar… almost like they’re the same towards the lower end of the piano. Also the keys aren’t weighted so the intensity that you hit the keys with changes nothing but maybe your emotions. I’m no keyboard/piano aficionado so I’m not versed in the ins and outs of electric pianos but it seems pretty doggone good.

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  10. Amazon Customer

    I’ve read some negative reviews on this bundle, but for the price and everything included in the bundle it’s an awesome starter piano for kids. I’m a musician and own an Alesis MIDI controller along with plenty of high end gear for my home studio, and this bundle isn’t on that level, nor is it meant to be. It’s meant to be an all inclusive package that has everything included in the box to get kids up and running on the piano immediately. And that’s exactly the case for the kiddos I made this purchase for! They were over the moon with it and so was I when I saw how excited and happy they were! Great price for this bundle.

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