Alesis Recital Pro 88-Key Digital Piano

94 out of 100. Incorporating 2100+ ratings and reviews.

Gearank Recommendation

The Recital Pro appeared on our recommended list for Digital Pianos from April 2020 until August 2022 when it was removed due to being out-ranked by the Yamaha P-71 in the $300 to $500 price bracket.


This digital piano from Alesis gives you an 88-key hammer action keybed with adjustable touch response at a reasonable price.

And to make this unit student friendly, it has a two-zone setting with same pitch and voice, so both the teacher and the student can play side by side on this one piano.

Sound options include 12 different voicings that can be layered or split as you prefer, including different kinds of piano sounds, organ, synth and more.

It also comes with built-in effects that include modulation and reverb.

Other nifty features include record mode, which lets you record and play back your performance and it has a built-in metronome.


  • Keys: 88 Full-sized Hammer-action Keys
  • Touch Sensitivity: Adjustable Touch Response
  • Speaker System: 2 x 20W speakers, 2 x 10W tweeters
  • Pedal: Sustain Pedal, 1/4″ Pedal input
  • Presets: 12 Voices
  • Effects: Different types of Modulation, Reverb
  • Polyphony: 128 Notes
  • Functions: Record Mode, Metronome, Split Keyboard
  • Audio Output: 2 x 1/4″ (Line Out), 1 x 1/4″ (Headphones)
  • MIDI I/O: USB Type B
  • Power: 12V DC power supply (included), can run on 6 x D batteries
  • Stand: None
  • Color: Black
  • Dimensions: 13.8″ x 51.6″ x 5.5″
  • Weight: 26 lbs
Although this was previously on our recommended list, there are now more highly rated options available in our guide to The Best Digital Pianos up to $1000.


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