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Tom Lee - Hong Kong’s leading digital piano retailer
Whether you're looking for your first piano to learn or are a seasoned professional that wants a digital option, buy your new digital piano from Tom Lee’s online or retail stores.
Tom Lee is the leading distributor of digital pianos across Hong Kong and Macau. We stock digital pianos from popular brands, including Yamaha, Korg, and others.
We retail a wide range of digital pianos online, but be sure to visit our retail stores across Hong Kong and Macau if you would like to try them out in person.
If you’re interested in digital pianos but are not sure exactly which model suits your needs, scroll down to learn more.
Which type of piano should I buy?
There is a wide variety of pianos available for retail at Tom Lee, including digital pianos, upright pianos, keyboards, and grand pianos. Digital pianos have become extremely popular in online and retail stores thanks to their convenience, accessibility, and resemblance to the sound of acoustic pianos. Read more for a comparison of some of the different electric pianos we have on offer.
Digital pianos are an alternative to more traditional acoustic pianos, which they closely resemble in appearance. Like acoustic pianos, they have weighted keys which make the experience of playing them very similar. The key difference is that digital pianos are a recreation of acoustic ones - a design element that brings plenty of benefits to many musicians.
Original digital pianos were not much more than simple, portable keyboards on stands with a corded sustain pedal dangling down. However, the technology experts at renowned piano companies such as Yamaha have been working for years to create a digital piano that everyone, even skeptics, can love. Many models can be used with headphones to keep the surrounding areas quiet and have preset rhythms to help you learn and practice the piano.
The technology for sampling sounds in digital pianos has come leaps and bounds since digital pianos' early years. Now, you get lifelike sounds from the best grand pianos in the world, such as the Yamaha CFX Concert.
Yamaha Clavinova CLP-745 Digital Piano: For the grand piano experience
The CLP Series of digital pianos utilizes cutting-edge technology to recreate the experience of performing on a grand piano, allowing the pianist to play the keys with many variations of speed and depth to achieve an unlimited variation in tone and create uniquely personal performances. With expressive capabilities approaching those of a grand piano, the CLP-745 is sure to make playing the piano so much more enjoyable than ever before.
As a beginner, we could recommend the Yamaha Clavinova CLP-745 piano. This is the perfect balance between some of the more expensive higher-end models and a beginner’s setup. Featuring the latest GrandTouch-S™ keyboards with a broad dynamic range of touch and response on the level of a grand piano. Excellent consistency and nuanced expression give the pianist the utmost control over touch.
Yamaha Arius YDP-S55 Digital Piano: Authentic grand piano sound
This ARIUS digital piano is a finely crafted instrument made possible by the culmination of over a century of advanced Yamaha technologies and expertise. Perfect for hobbyists and students alike, the ARIUS YDP-S55 is a slim, space-saving instrument that fits beautifully into any room.
The YDP-S55 models all feature a piano Voice sampled from Yamaha’s flagship CFX concert grand piano—a renowned piano that delivers sparkling highs and a powerful resonant bass combined in a superbly expressive sound.
The YDP-S55 has the same detailed sound—from the lower keys to the higher keys—full of clarity and rich in colorful harmonic content. It gives you extraordinary expressive power and nuance, that authentically responds in your daily practice as well as your most emotion-filled performances.
Yamaha P-125 : One of our best sellers
All the types of pianos listed above have some sort of benefit to their particular design. However, if you are not quite sure what you want out of a piano yet, you should look towards a more all-rounded piece.
The Yamaha P-125 is just that. It's no surprise that this piano has become our best-selling digital pianos. It's a compact, lightweight piano packed with a range of features that make it highly accessible at all stages of learning, including weighted 88 keys for an amazing touch! Be sure to connect it to your phone with the Smart Pianist app to unlock its full potential. Not to mention, this incredibly good deal comes with a free pair of headphones.
In terms of size, keyboards are by far the smallest and most portable of all piano types. Keyboards come with a dynamic, high-quality sound and natural piano touch response expected from Yamaha pianos while maintaining a sleek and slim footprint. They are also commonly used by professional musicians and producers to get a highly refined and digitized version of music onto a computer.