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It would be suitable for a 12 year old - or almost any age - to have fun with. It's not suitable as a replacement for a full size piano or keyboard. If the 12 year old wants to play some chords and work out tunes, the mini keyboard will be fine but if they want to read from music, they will find that there aren't enough notes. The mini keyboard is great for making different sounds and rhythms, maybe as a fun supplement to a piano. It's also useful for people in choirs who want to play their vocal part when they are practising - you can even set it to a bass instrument if you are a bass singer and want to hear your part at the right pitch. So.... a great little item but doesn't do the job of a full-size keyboard or piano.
Leftmost C is middle C (262 Hz). Bass instrument voices are transposed one octave down.
Yes you can use it with batteries.
Hi Dominic, no - no that I'm aware of
It doesnt need a charger, it's mains/battery operated. It doesn't come with a mains adaptor or batteries. It takes AA batteries (6 I think) and these do last well - we bought a mains adaptor and havr found we don't use it as the batteries last so well and make it more portable.
Any demo tunes? desperately seeking very portable keyboard that plays Twinkle Twinkle (repeatedly!!!) for daughter who is autistic 25 Dec 2013
Dear mrs Blayney, As you can check on the video of this item, the Twinkle Twinkle melody is not proposed as a demo on this keyboard. We are very sorry that we can not help you with this case. Regards.