With 600 tones, 180 rhythm patterns, and a 5-song, 6-track recorder, this portable keyboard is packed with features to inspire the beginning keyboardist. Casio CTK-4200 Electronic KeyboardBrush up those keyboard skills -- and capture your musical ideas -- on the super-affordable Casio CTK-4200. Step-Up Lesson SystemDesigned to get novice pianists playing right out of the box, Casio's built-in Step-Up Lessons guide you through 152 built-in songs at your own pace by breaking them down into easy-to-learn phrases.
600 Sounds and Built-in 6-Track RecorderEven a fledgling keyboardist can create songs with the Casio CTK-4200's built-in recorder. Casio CTK-4200 Electronic KeyboardThe Casio CTK-4200 61 Key Keyboard delivers groundbreaking sound quality and musical portability at an affordable price.
The Casio CTK-4200 keyboard is equipped with Casio's renowned Step-up Lesson System, which allows novice users to learn the 152 built in songs phase by phase, at their own individual pace.
Also features a class compliant USB port, allowing for easy access to utilize the keyboard to rock out with popular music education and composition software, essentially eliminating the need to Download drivers.
Keyboard arrived in tip top shape with a power supply, book holder and keyboard stand all in one box. By creating an account you will be able to shop faster, be up to date on an order's status, and keep track of the orders you have previously made. Sign up and be the first to receive information on new products, events and exclusive offers from Casio Music Gear! Casio continues the tradition or providing "class compliant" USB connectivity on Portable digital pianos.
This is one of only a handful of portable keyboards with an on-board 6-track recorder that lets you record 5 of your own songs. The large, backlit LCD display shows musical notation and correct hand positioning, while you listen and repeat each phrase with your right hand, left hand, and finally both hands together. With 6 tracks to play with, you can record the right-hand part first, then layer in the left hand, and have tracks to spare for more parts.

The Casio CTK-4200 is ideal for any level of musician looking to create compositions, as the keyboard features a 5 song and 6 track recorder. Utilizing the LCD display, aspiring musicians can learn both music notation and correct hand positioning, while Casio's innovative lesson system evaluates performance so you can track your progress and incremental success. The Casio 61 Key CTK-4200 also includes an Audio input, which transforms the keyboard into a stereo speaker system for a MP3 player. This allows Casio Portable digital pianos to be used with Mac or Windows computers without the need for downloading drivers. Create a lush arrangement with 600 built-in tones, including stereo grand piano, organ, violin, flute, orchestra, and much more. You can even sample up to 10 seconds from your MP3 player (or any external source) with the CTK-4200's sampling function -- grab a drum sound or an audio clip from your computer, and trigger it from the keyboard.
This portable Casio keyboard also delivers 600 built-in tones, which include Stereo grand piano tones, offering a range of dynamic and inspirational sounds for the musician to choose from. I would buy one if these for each of my friends who express an interest in learning to play the piano. Class Compliant USB MIDI also allows Portable digital pianos can also be used as a controller the Apple iPad simply with the use of Apple's Camera Connection Kit. There's even a Music Challenge game that tests your reaction time as you play notes in response to prompts on the screen.
Or plug the class-compliant USB port into your Mac or PC to use it as a MIDI controller with most popular composition software. The 180 built in rhythms provide a full range of accompaniment or individual drum patterns, triggering a virtual band at a musician's fingertips.
Jam along with 180 built-in rhythms, choose from 90 arpeggiator patterns, and add reverb and chorus effects to round out your tone.
Intermediate players will love the built-in Chord Book; great for looking up the notes of chords you don't know how to play.

And you can transpose the keyboard up to one octave up or down, to give you access to a traditional piano's full 88 notes.
When you're ready to unplug and go mobile, pop in six AA batteries and enable the Auto Power Off function to save battery life. The Casio CTK-4200 is perfect for the piano student that's ready to start creating original music. A great tool for capturing your creative moments as well as for practicing.Step-Up LessonUse the step up lesson feature to learn new songs. You can hear what a chord sounds like and view on the screen the notes that make up that chord.
It can even show you inverted forms of the chord, making the Chord Book a valuable reference.Registration MemoryUsing Registrations, you can save your favourite setups, including tone, rhythm, and other settings for instant recall when you need them. Both arpeggio and stroke play are available for guitar, which provides you with a wide range of versatility.
As a compact and attractively priced unit that could play sounds from various instruments, this new product drew acclaim from music lovers around the world.
Casio subsequently developed numerous features that were only possible using digital instrument technology, including one-touch auto-accompaniment, memory capacity to record and playback songs, auto-play, a melody guide function that guides users through a song by lighting up the keys, and sampling technology for recording any sound for use as a sound source. Casio also broadened into other instruments for people who enjoy creating music, releasing digital drum kits, digital guitars and digital wind instruments. In addition to electronic keyboards, in recent years Casio has been stepping up efforts to expand the popularity of digital pianos.

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