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By clicking Confirm, you're committing to buy this item from the seller if you're the winning bidder and have read and agreed to the Global Shipping Program terms and conditions - opens in a new window or tab. Product DescriptionPrivia digital pianos incorporate advanced technology, an innovative new sound source chip that delivers sound quality rivaling that of a fine grand piano, and a wonderful new scaled hammer action keyboard in a compact, lightweight design.
Although the GM sounds are no good, the hammer action on the Privia is worth more than the price you pay. Very atractive keyboard, picked the PX-300 because of the looks, would have gotton the PX-100 but didn't like the old 70's wood look, very bad. Sign up to receive our All Access Pass newsletter, and never miss out on information handpicked for you by our gear experts!
Some of the best Casio musical keyboards on the market are the Privia digital piano series.
Another great option for someone learning to play the keyboard is a lighted Casio keyboard. Casio' flagship WK-7500 delivers an unprecedented level of power and music-making capabilities in a highly affordable workstation. Publisher does not accept liability for incorrect spelling, printing errors (including prices), incorrect manufacturer's specifications or changes, or grammatical inaccuracies in any product included in the Music123 catalog or website. No matter where you are in the world, we'll help you find musical instruments that fit you, your music and your style.
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An SD card slot and USB connection make it an affordable choice for computer-based music creativity. The WK-3300 has 76 full-size keys with 400 DSP programmed advanced tones like stereo piano and Tremolo Electric Piano for a total of 620 tones including 50 drawbar organ tones.
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Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase your maximum bid amount. The PX-100 comes with 10 tones, reverb and chorus effects, a built-in metronome, headphone output, and recording capabilities. In fact it is worse than the sounds out of the little kiddy keyboards you find at your local BestBuy.
Most digital pianos tend to have keys that are too light, the keys also tend to fall to quickly. Along with high-quality sounds and a 17-track sequencer, the WK-7500 also has the ability to record audio. This powerful instrument features an on-board sequencer and a mixer, for unmatched creative possibilities, plus a powerful 2-way bass reflex speakers that render your performance accurately.With an SD memory card slot and USB port coupled with advanced sequencing plus MIDI capabilities, the WK-3300 makes an ideal first workstation for the aspiring music arranger. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable.

Other features include auto accompaniment for a wide range of musical genres, and a music library of 30 preset tunes. The only thing I found that I didn't like was the imputs are made of plastic and look rather flimsy, but we'll see how they hold up. These digital pianos also tend to have a rather crude thump as the key hits the bottom, which becomes rather annoying and unnatural. Casio's included Music Data Management Software lets you download music data from the web and save your creations to your PC's hard drive via the USB port, making storage of your projects practically limitless. My only dislike is no voice building capability and while they could incorporate such a feature at this cost, they reserve such features for units sold as synths for 3 times as much. Also, I couldn't use my Yamaha sostenuto pedal I bought seperately because function is reversed on this keyboard (up is sostenuto down is release) you have to re-wire your pedal. The Casio Privia however is one of the first digital pianos where you forget that your playing a digital piano. 61 key keyboards like the Casio CTK-2100, CTK-3000 and CTK-4000 are great gifts for a child or beginner.
You can check out keyboards like the Casio LK-230, Casio LK270 and Casio LK100 lighted keyboards.
At the end of the day the ultimate decision is yours. Go here to buy a Casio keyboard of your choice. You can plug-in a microphone, guitar, bass, or other instruments, play along with instrument tracks within the WK-7500, and save to SDHC storage cards. The MDM Software (PC only) allows you to dial up a tone on your computer, edit it to your liking, add effects, and save it as a user preset via USB.
I bought it based on several publications, including Keyboard magazine, that compared it to the new Yamahas.
In addition to high quality acoustic piano variations, preset tones also include electric piano, organ, synthesizer - 168 in all, including General MIDI. I play acoustic pianos and have never liked digital pianos very much because they don't feel right, but the hammer action alone on this piano is amazing and is worth more than it sells for. If you’re looking for a keyboard that emulates the feel of an acoustic piano, you should consider getting one of these, and not one of the cheaper light-key models.
If you want a keyboard for your kid to play around with but don’t want to spend much, check out a Casio mini keyboard like the SA-76. The software also allows you to import and map wave files from your computer to any key, then save them as presets.
Side by side the features are identical while the Casios are half the cost and rated as equals.
It’s a good idea to buy cheaper keyboards like these for kids since you do not know whether they will continue to be interested in playing the keyboard or piano. All this in a lightweight package that goes on the road, between home and the studio, or anywhere else music takes you.
You don’t want to spend thousands on an instrument, only to have it sitting there if your child loses interest.
Each individual musical instrument part can be recorded to a different track for real multi-track recording capabilities. If you’re buying a keyboard for a child taking piano lessons, you should give one of these Casio digital pianos a try.
You can start with cheaper keyboards like the Casio CTK series and move to more expensive models later on. In addition to real-time recording of keyboard and Auto Accompaniment play, the Song Sequencer also supports punch-in and punch-out spot recording of specific parts of a song, and event-editing lets you edit recorded data note-by-note.

I think there could be a bit more manipulation options on the instrument sounds and effects for a bit more outlandish voices but they're still very good. If you’re a professional player looking for a digital piano, Casio, like Yamaha has some good options.
A full selection of editing tools include event insert, event delete, event copy, quantize, a locator feature for selecting the range of notes to be edited, and more. The tones are cheap 'tinny' sounds and the two rhythm 'variations' on each rhythm pattern are hardly noticeable from each other. It's cumbersome to change from one 'set-up' to the next because of too many buttons having to be pushed, quite more than desired, to accomplish anything other than playing the piano, which is about the best sounding of all the instruments! In addition to recording over each individual accompaniment part of an existing rhythm, and event editing function gives you total control over each aspect of recorded data, an Easy Edit function lets you combine accompaniment from multiple built-in rhythms to create original rhythms, and mixer capabilities give you control over the tones, volume levels, reverb, and other parameters of each part.
For playing strictly piano or other 'sounds' for vocal backup or with a small trio, etc., I guess it would be okay.
A full selection of editing tools include event insert, event delete, event copy, quantize, and more. The viewing screen is difficult to read from, mainly because there are too many options for display on it!
Of course, you can play along on the keyboard during playback from an SD memory card (not included).
Saved audio files can also be transferred to a computer connected via USB for long-term storage. I didn't return it since I only use it for MIDI to my computer and it serves the purpose but I thought it worth mentioning that there are better keyboards available for only a few dollars more if you want quality output sound.
Special Data Manager 6.0 application software, downloadable from Casio' website, can be used to convert data to WAV format, which can be played back on a computer. Casio certainly has good design engineers and it's always been a mystery as to why they don't produce a better quality product that would appeal to experienced musicians as well as to the professional but, then again, they've been in business a long time so they must be doing something right! A few simple operations produce a digital reproduction of powerful, deep drawbar organ sound that is the dream of every keyboardist. A rotary speaker is simulated using a built-in DSP for the distinctive sound effect of drawbar organ speakers.
Like a drawbar organ, nine sliders can be used to change harmonic overtone level settings and to create sounds by adding a harmonic percussion effect in real time as you play. The built in 6 track recorder and 16 channel mixer makes building songs and parts exciting. It also enables quick and simple transfer of song sequencer, pattern sequencer, tone editor and other data, as well as audio data recorded to an SD memory card from an audio device between the digital keyboard and a computer. Thanks to CASIO original sound technology, the AHL sound source is capable of reproducing all of the natural smoothness of the original waveform. A total of 305 presets let you easily configure the keyboard for a wide variety of different musical styles. In addition to built-in presets, you can create your own original presets (user presets) and store them in memory for later recall.

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