Sometimes, strange things can happen on your keyboard and you just want to reset it to how it was previously! There is a really simple way to do this called a 'soft reset'. And, done correctly, it has the advantage of not deleting any of your precious files. The 'soft reset' is a handy way to fix all sorts of little niggling issues and get playing again.
Make sure your keyboard is powered off.
Hold down the key that is furthest to the right.
Keep holding the key as the power comes back on
When the keyboard has fully loaded up you can release the key. That is the soft reset complete. Get playing, and hopefully, your issue has been resolved.
In order to maximise ventilation, we are using our store foyer for demonstrations. The space restriction of our foyer area means that we are able to offer the demonstration of up to three upright digital pianos at any one time, so on booking, we will clarify with you which models you are interested in seeing and/or assist with your choices if necessary.
We are asking that, upon arrival, all customers (who are medically able to) wear a face mask for the duration of their visit. We will also provide sanitising hand gel which we will ask you to apply. The NHS Track and Trace scanning code will also be available.
We offer competitive part-exchange values, and we also buy digital pianos, keyboards and organs for cash.