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Guitarist here. Not very good though.

 

Same here. I'm not that good too.

 

Who can explain to me understand about different to organ, piano and electric piano?

 

Organ: have many more pedals on the ground level to use and also have a variety of sound effects. The keys I think are not weighted. The key pressure is same as keyboard.

 

Piano: just have keys that are weighted and no extra effects.

 

Electric Piano: have some sound effects and the keys are weight just like the piano.

 

That's it in general. I have a Korg B-1 electric piano and have limited sound effects of organ, harpischord, etc.... Also the keys feel like a real piano and the volume is adjustable.

 

I hope this helps.

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