Hello, there! My name is Chris and I wanted to introduce myself and share a little background about why I chose to run DigitalPianoReviewsSite.com.
Frankly, I was forced to take piano lessons by my parents when I was a child because they thought it would teach patience and discipline, as well as refine my fine motor skills. (I was a bit if a rambunctious child.) They also read that it could help with academics and self-esteem, and I’ll admit I may have needed a nudge there as well.
Unfortunately, I struggled mightily and my lessons only lasted about 9 months. I learned to love hearing the piano played well – by someone who could do so – but I never mastered it myself. My ears fell in love, but my hands could never make that beautiful music.
That didn’t dampen my enthusiasm for piano, though. And fast forward many years to now, where I’m now considering piano lessons for my own kids. But only if they choose to pursue it. 🙂
Why did I choose to run DigitalPianoReviewsSite.com?
I run a few small online businesses (dropship, services) and stumbled across this website when it was for sale. It was out of date, had some bad design mistakes, but at its core had some solid information. It reminded me of when I was younger and first learned to love piano music.
I decided to buy the site, redesign and update it, and relaunch as a resource for those looking for information on digital pianos. It’s a part-time endeavor for me that I run in my spare time, so my apologies if updates are sometimes slow. I also work with a few experienced piano players who help write the more nuanced opinions about the products on the site. And I’ve implemented the Amazon Affiliate program and links to help pay the writers and cover other site costs.
The site will never be perfect and it will always be under construction, but it’s my small and humble contribution to the love of piano.
I may challenge myself to take a few beginner lessons again, but I’m not quite ready yet. If I could learn to play even a couple songs I know I’d make my parents proud. I’ll never be a virtuoso, but maybe playing chopsticks with confidence will be the next best thing for me.
Thanks for visiting the page…