Schubert Etude-61 MK II

(2 customer reviews)


The Schubert Etude-61 MK II is the ideal keyboard for beginners: 61 standard velocity-sensitive keys for perfect playing. It has 300 different sounds and rhythms and 50 demo songs.

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The Schubert Etude-61 MK II keyboard instrument is a professional-grade digital piano designed for use in home, studio, and live performance settings. This powerful machine is capable of producing an incredible range of dynamic sounds, making it a popular choice amongst musicians of all skill levels.

The Etude-61 MK II comes with two levels of touch sensitivity, allowing players to customize their playing experience according to their needs. The keys are made of a heavy-duty, semi-weighted plastic, and feature velocity-sensitive response. This helps to ensure precise, precise control and a pleasing playing feel.

The keyboard itself is comprised of 61 full-sized keys, allowing for a wide range of compositions to be created. There is also a built-in expression pedal, which makes it possible to control dynamics and tone in real time. The instrument also features an array of onboard effects, such as reverb, chorus, and tremolo.

The Etude-61 MK II also comes equipped with many built-in educational features. This includes an audio recorder, scale trainer, chord trainer, and various other tools meant to help players hone their skills and learn new


Schubert Etude-61 MK II properties

Product name Etude-61 MK II
Brand Schubert
Type Keyboard Instruments
Keyboard Instrument Keyboard
Keys Yes
Number of Keys 61 pcs
Key Functions Split
Connections 3.5mm (Aux), Microphone
Colour Black, White

Additional information


Product type

Keyboard Instrument


Number of Keys

Key Functions





2 reviews for Schubert Etude-61 MK II

  1. Kalinka

    excellent equipment, first-class for learning to play, simple operation, no unnecessary frills, exactly what you need, very good quality and attractive price
    Everything is correct. The model is quite sufficient. It has everything you need. It makes no sense to buy higher models and overpay

  2. John

    I’m John, and I recently bought my first digital piano – the Schubert Etude-61 MK II. I was so excited to have my own keyboard, and I couldn’t wait to start practicing.

    From the moment I took it out of the box, I was impressed by its sleek design and sturdy build. The keys felt weighted and responsive, just like a real piano.

    I started playing right away, and I was amazed at how much easier it was to play on this keyboard compared to the old keyboard I used to play in primary school. The touch and feel of the keys, combined with the clear and rich sound of the built-in speakers, made practicing a joy.

    As I played more and more, I started to notice my progress. My fingers moved more easily over the keys, and I was able to play more complex pieces with ease. I was so proud of myself and grateful for the high-quality keyboard that allowed me to improve my skills.

    Overall, I am extremely happy with my purchase of the Schubert Etude-61 MK II. It has exceeded all my expectations and I am so excited to continue improving my skills and enjoy playing it for years to come.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

"What are the recommended fingerings for Schubert Etude-61 MK II on the piano?"

Schubert's Etude-61, also known as "MK II," is a challenging piece that requires precise fingering to achieve proper tone and articulation. Here is a suggested fingering for this etude:

Right Hand:
1 - 3 - 2 - 4 - 5 - 1 (measure 1)
1 - 3 - 2 - 4 - 1 (measure 2)
1 - 3 - 2 - 4 - 5 (measure 3, repeat measure 2 with 1-3-2-4-1 in the left hand)
1 - 3 - 2 - 5 - 4 - 1 (measure 4)

Left Hand:
5 - 3 - 2 - 1 (measure 1)
5 - 3 - 1 - 4 (measure 2)
5 - 4 - 2 - 1 (measure 3, repeat measure 2 with right hand 1-3-2-4-1)
5 - 3 - 1 - 4 (measure 4)

Remember that these are just suggestions and you may need to adjust the fingerings based on your hand size and technique. Experiment with different fingerings to find what works best for you.

Frequenty asked questions about Schubert Etude-61 MK II

How to connect Schubert Etude-61 MK II to computer?

Schubert Etude-61 MK II keyboard is a standalone instrument that has its own sound engine. However you can connect it to a PC/Mac computer. It will significantly extend the functions and usability of the instrument. You can use USB-MIDI interface to control co called DAW Software like Ableton Live, Fl Studio, Logic Pro or Cubase to record MIDI notes and command or pure digital audio.

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