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    wut are some good keyboards for beginners out there that are under 100 dollars...i have a keyboard but it is really old...like from the 80's old haha

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    Default Re: Beginners keyboards

    Do u want a keyboard with sounds, or just somethin to hook up to ur computer and play?

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    with sounds...really want one wit drum kits cuz the one i got now dont have any

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    For $100 u can get A MIDI controller, since no keyboard under $00 is gonna have good sounds, plus then u will need a audio interface or soundcard.
    U can get a $100 MIDI keyboard, and just download drumkits from the Sample Downloads here on the site.

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    Yeah u can use it, but u need a MIDI interface to connect it 2 ur computer.
    Ur better of gettin a MIDI controller, so u just plug it in 2 ur computer thru USB and use it.

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    I agree, elimn8, most of the beginners should go that route, cuz theres more you can do with it. especially being on cp.

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    ^ thanks for the help guys i really appreciate it

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    could u guys help me find the right one that is pretty cheap roughly under $100

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    I got a korg 49 key for 100$...well 120$ with shipping. But it's a controller that hooks up through midi or usb. So you could check those out...I got it from zzounds or musiciansfriend

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    Quote Originally Posted by A. Woods View Post
    I got a korg 49 key for 100$...well 120$ with shipping. But it's a controller that hooks up through midi or usb. So you could check those out...I got it from zzounds or musiciansfriend
    I was just gonna say zzounds.
    They got some good shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A. Woods View Post
    I got a korg 49 key for 100$...well 120$ with shipping. But it's a controller that hooks up through midi or usb. So you could check those out...I got it from zzounds or musiciansfriend

    where did u get it at for that cheap musicianfriends has it for 399

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    also get one that has semi weighted keys

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    im actually gonna wait a while to get one now cuz money troubles haha

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    I bought an Novation Remote SL Compact which is just so easy to use, however it's not under $99, but worth saving up for one

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