Korg LP350 Review
We Don't Like
The Korg LP350 is available in black or white. The digital piano sits nicely in its stand and looks very clean. There is a built in key cover that folds up to function as a makeshift music stand. The stand is a matte finish and is constructed of particleboard.
There are multiple features, more than some of Korg’s lower models, but still lack features and options comparable to other similar priced models.
The LP350 come with two built in 10 centimeter 11 watt amplifiers. These two speaker offer a full and rich sound. The sound quality is exceptional and leaves little to be desired. The LP350 does not have usb ports, but provides IN and OUT jacks for MIDI connections.
This digital piano has several big issues that keep this piano from being a top tier, highly recommended piano. While the sound quality and feel are exceptional, the quality of construction is lacking. The stand is made of cheap particle board making it flimsy, poorly designed and feel like it could give way at any moment. The keys don’t seem to be properly lined up and the space between the keys is not even. This can really mess with the feel of a piano.
- The piano feels wonderful. Korg has really nailed it with their Real Weighted Hammer Action 3 (RH3). Lower toned keys require a heavier touch and progressively get easier as you move up the register.
- The sound quality and feel are exceptional
- The stand is poor quality. It’s made of cheap particle board and is very flimsy.
- The keys aren’t always lined up properly and the spacing between the keys is not consistent.