Casio LK-240 61 Key Piano Style Lighted Touch Response Keyboard with 400 Tones
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LK-240 KEYBOARD SUPPORT WITH SPEAKERS 61 sensitive keys, USB connection, Sound Source AHL, 48 notes polyphony, 400 sounds, 150 rhythms, 110 songs, 10 effects, mic, audio input for playback of external devices via the keyboard lesson system with four steps illuminated, sampling function (1 sec) >> Pitch Bend wheel, including AD-95.
The LK240 illuminated keyboard represents independent learning and the opportunity to experience a sense of achievement. Just like during traditional piano lessons, the practice piece is divided up into individual sections of several bars and is learned section-by-section. The microphone provided can be easily connected to the keyboard: Now you can emulate the sounds of the chart hits or record songs using the sampling function. 400 AHL keyboard voices, 150 rhythms and 110 internal pieces ensure an exciting sound mix. Hours of fun instead of boredom!See all Product Description
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You can find the full product details elsewhere (and Casio website) so won't go into details, but in summary the key highlights you should compare with others are: 1) th ekeyboard is full sized and touch-sensitive (though lacking the weighted feel a real piano has), 2) 400 astonishingly good sounds (okay, some are not quite up to professional standard but for the price they're really surprisingly good), 3) extensive rhythm tracks, and finally 4) the real 'killer app' is the lighted (4 of the notes) keyboard together with LCD fingering display and teaching song-bank.
This is a present for my children but frankly for anyone wanting to learn an introduction to playing keyboards/piano this takes you on the first steps at minimal cost outlay. Plus if you want to mess about there are synth noises and a MIDI interface for playing other sounds on computers etc.
I couldn't wish for a better keyboard for the money, and really no vices to complain of!
So far I can not play moonlight sinatra very well and I am learning Fur Elise.
My niece 5 year old came around yesterday and was very quick to start playing twinkle twinkle little star and thought it was great she was making this music! and was asking for song after song after song and found it easy!
you can also plug it into the PC (or laptop in my case) and use music software to get any song you want to run on it!