Which one is best for playing the indian songs ?

by rakshit
(pune)

Hi,
This is rakshit and i stay in India and have likes to play the various Hindi songs and few English songs ,

I am looking for a keyboard which is easy and best suitable for playing Indian rhythms and Indian instrument and songs .

I come to0 know about Yamaha 1425 which is nearly 17K and PSR 403 with few Indian rhythms m.

Also there is casio 810 In which claims to be Indian keyboard.

But as word of opinions. casio is inferior in terms of quality and sounds effects in front of Yamaha ones .

Please suggests that as per my needs which one should i buy?

my main requirements

1 paying Hindi songs
2best sound quality
2 sd memory slot
3 USB port

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Aug 11, 2014
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Indian Styles in PSR 2100?
by: Ebenezer David

Hi Kiran,

Can you please let me know the best source to get Indian styles and sounds in PSR 2100? I want to add it to my PSR 2100

ebenezer.david@yahoo.com

Dec 25, 2009
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looking for Indian style keyboard
by: Anonymous

Hi Kiran and friends,

I am very interested in buying a Yamaha KB with tabla and Indian instruments on board. There are several cheap choices to be had but that would be like throwing money down the drain. I believe, for quality there is no compromise. I play harmonium well enough and sing ghazals frequently for my friends. I find it very expensive when I have to hire a tabla-player to accompany me. It would be so nice if some one could suggest top of the line portable midi keyboard that would deliver quality as well as sound, and also offer me versatility of recording and fun filled practice with tabla.
Is there such a thing available in the United States? Is psr2100 or psr s900 my best choice? If so please let me know, my e-mail address is: mallazmat@yahoo.com

Sincerely,
Azmat

Jun 06, 2008
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What about csio 810 IN or PSR 403?
by: rakshit

Hi,

Thanks fr reply, my budget is not too much also i m nt goonna be professional . so i want the honest advice for Indian tunes based keyboard in range from 5- 15 K maximum not more than that

I wanna know the feedback for Yamaha 403 ihow is it , sound wise and from Indian tunes point of view it is cmg in pune for 13 K while Yamaha i425 is for 16.5 K

whle in my decent budget is casio 810 , but i don't waan compromise much on sound quality and feature wise for mare 2-3 K amount , please advice any other Indian tunes bases keyboard in y budget range please ?

Jun 04, 2008
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best key board
by: kiran phalke

Hi I am kiran from dombivali. I have tried several key boards previously. I am very satisfied with PSR 2100 as it contains sounds suitable for indian songs.Now I have psr s 900 which has some oriental rythems in multi pads. I have suggested yamaha to add tabla dholak etc. which they have agrreed.You can also add indian musical voices by purchasine online from sruti.I recorded fifty songs on psr 2100 and gave many single man orchestra performances. The psr s 900 is also good.
Kiran

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