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I have around $100 to spend on a used digital piano keyboard, and i know nothing about playing, but i would like to learn, like teach myself, i did at one point try to teach myself on a late 80"s Korg fullsize digital stage piano ( tons of effects, i loved it) but to my regret, i sold it for gas money... i know not to get a casio, but i would like an idea of later 80's or early 90's brands to keep my eye out for, i want something for more synth / effects, not stage use, but i would also like it to sound decent... any suggestions? roland? yamaha? korg? (again)

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You will likely have to double that budget to get anything decent... but look for a Yamaha in the PSR series (61 keys minimum). To get a full 88 key, you might have to be up in the $400 range for anything really decent.

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