Casio CDP-240 Review

Casio CDP-240 review: Why should you buy it? Decent touch and feel The Casio CDP -240 is a digital piano with 88 fully-weighted keys. This is a good start to mimic the touch of a real piano. More important, the weighted feature means that you have three different pressure responses from each key. This amplifies your playing expression according to how hard or soft you hit the keys to get the sound you are looking for. The CDP-240 is a portable model, but not as portable as the CDP-135 with…

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Casio Privia PX-860 Review

Casio has moved forward in the electric keyboard market during the last decade. Maybe it’s because of the huge market competition with the other keyboard brands, but anyway, this is fair a trade for the customer who wants some incentive to decide what electric keyboard ensures the best cost-effective ratio. In this review we are going to talk about the feel, sound and sensibility this keyboard has to offer. The PX-860 is the product that Casio has released into the new millennium, featuring a lot of great and practical functions…

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15 Best Casio Digital Piano Reviews

At this point Casio is a brand that does not need any introduction. During all these years he has supplied musicians from all over the world with the best quality musical instruments that can exist, improving year after year and providing exquisite sound for both musicians and audiences. It is a somewhat old company, but with quite an experience that has deservedly earned its popularity with its service becoming what it is today. Since 1980, when he developed and launched his first digital piano, they have not stopped, and continue…

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Casio CTK-2550 Review

The Casio CTK-2550 is a great workstation for music manufacturers who enjoy having fun. Casio carries almost all the music you need to create on the go. And while you’re doing it, have fun. There are few workstations like this and we’re getting to know everything about this guy today. We know it can be a very difficult undertaking to make music. But you can break your work a little with the correct instruments. Well, these instruments are also quite costly most of the time. And most of them need…

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Casio PX-770 review

The Casio PX-770 mixes a digital piano’s slender, updated layout with the sound and feel of a real grand piano. Its elegant, furniture-style cabinet features a sliding keyboard cover, a music stand and three built-in pedals (damper, smooth and sostenuto) just like a true piano. Coupled with its comparatively small price tag, the PX-770 offers a low-cost piano play experience that is perfect for comparative beginners interested in purchasing a digital piano that is more than functional and one with which they can certainly develop.

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Casio PX-760 Review

Casio is one of the world’s leading products, known for its high-quality and creative features in producing some of the best digital pianos of performance. With their outstanding piano audio quality and execution characteristics, Casio’s Privia digital pianos (models such as PX 860, PX 750, PX 760, PX 780, PX 160, PX 150, etc.) have redefined the digital piano range, displayed in a compact, streamlined and stylish design that is also supremely affordable.

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Casio PX-870 Review

After replacing the PX-860, the Casio PX-870 has become the flagship piano in the Privia PX collection of Casio. We look forward to reviewing this piano with you and helping you see this tool as it is, i.e. its nice and bad sides. If you still share the feeling that Casio is making toy keyboards, then you’re likely not up-to-date with the brand Casio. Some quite exciting and compelling designs have been published by the brand and the PX-870 is just one of many. Not all keyboards are for all…

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Casio LK-265 Review

Casio LK-265 Detailed Review and What is Dance Music Mode ? With the Chordana Play lesson app you can make learning and rehearsing as simple as possible, you just need to link the app with the Casio LK-265 and you’re good to go. Just with push of a button you can play lots of inbuilt instruments sounds in the background. The dance music mode is on the of the coolest and funniest features the Casio LK-265 offers. You activate a type of electronic dance music you like by just pushing…

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Casio CTK-3500 Review

If you are looking for the easiest and most fun way to learn how to play the piano, Casio CTK-3500 61-Key Touch Sensitive Portable Keyboard is your best choice. Don’t worry about getting frustrated halfway while you learn, you’ll pretend incredibly without realizing it. It has the Chordana Play application that helps you in your learning to make it more fun and didactic, by using it on your Tablet or Smartphone you can practice wherever you go, creating your own songs or using your own favorite music. The Casio CTK-3500…

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Casio Privia PX-160 Review

Casio PX-160 is one of several keyboard pianos that Casio has manufactured in latest years. It’s an inexpensive, portable, Privia line electronic keyboard and the PX-150 model’s sibling. The PX-160 inherits many of its predecessor’s characteristics. It comes with the renowned Casio Multi-Dimensional Air Sound Source and the Hammer Action II tri-sensor. Even better, the model has taken a step further in improving some of its predecessor’s fragile sides and adding some excellent characteristics you can appreciate.

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