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Casio CDP-100 Digital Piano with Matching Stand   

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The Casio CDP-100 is a digital piano that gives you both sound and feel, thanks to its carefully sampled grand piano sound and scaled hammer action. ...Read More

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Delivers authentic piano feel and sound for young and first-time players.

The Casio CDP-100 is a digital piano that gives you both sound and feel, thanks to its carefully sampled grand piano sound and scaled hammer action. The HL Sound Source and 88-key, Naturally Scaled Hammer Action with three levels of touch sensitivity deliver a realistic and satisfying piano experience in a portable, affordable digital piano. The Casio CDP-100 has 5 sounds including stereo grand piano, 32-note polyphony, eight digital effects, five demo songs, layer and transpose function, speaker system, MIDI I/O, plus headphone and sustain pedal jacks. Casio includes a stand and sustain pedal with the CDP-100 Digital Piano.

  • 88 keys
  • Scaled hammer-action keyboard
  • 3 levels of touch sensitivity, plus off
  • 5 tones including stereo piano
  • HL Sound Source
  • 32-note polyphony
  • 8 digital effects
  • Layer function
  • 5 demo/songs
  • Transpose function
  • MIDI I/O
  • Headphone and sustain pedal jacks
  • Dual 6x12cm speakers
  • 16W power (8W stereo)
  • DC12V power supply
  • 26 lbs.

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Perfect for young users or beginners.

By Nick Kernan

from New York

This keyboard is one of the best in it's price range. This is a great keyboard for young users, hobbyists, and beginners. It's a quality piano and has some great sounds, although there is not much of a selection (5 stereo samples), but overall they sound pretty good, especially the electric piano and strings. I would recommend this to many people, however, if you are a professional musician, I would recommend something like a Korg.

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Great deal for the money

By Irish_muse

from Missouri USA

I've had my CDP100 for a couple of months and I'm very pleased. It's very light and portable for an 88-key piano. The hammer action keys feel very good. The voices include two piano, Rhodes-type electric, decent harpsichord, and excellent strings. I'd recommend this model to anyone who is looking primarily for a good affordable digital piano and doesn't need or want a lot of bells and whistles.


Surprising solution from Casio

By Hawlywood

from Southeastern Washington

I have never been a fan of Casio instruments, and stumbled upon this keyboard at a store when I was killing time. The CDP-100 has very comfortable piano-like action, surprisingly decent sounds (two pianos, an electric piano that's like a Rhodes with just a hint of Wurlitzer, harpsichord and very usable strings. The built-in speakers are not an embarrassment, either; they're unexpectedly well-suited to the task. Anyway, I was looking for a decent-sounding digital piano that had good hammer action, MIDI connectivity, and didn't weigh a ton or take up an excessive amount of space (front to back, anyway, an 88-key instrument will always be long). I was thinking that I'd have to spend closer to a grand to be happy, but I feel like Casio has a great value here in the CDP-100.

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Big Piano sound-Little price

By peebee-E6h_F

from Pawtucket, RI

I bought this piano without the stand. I needed a piano to teach on and to take to small gigs. This fits the bill for me. The tone is good and the touch is nice. IT only has 5 sounds but all are good. You can layer any two of them. The most popular is the Piano and strings. The only problem I can see, is that the only output is a mini headphone jack. To plug into an amp you have to use adapters and they can be unreliable.


Very Good Quality !

By Viseual1

from Los angeles, CA

This digital piano has the best feel when your fingers touch the keyes. I was shocked when I first played it. The sounds are excellent for a simple digital piano. The features are limited but if your looking strictly for a digital piano nothing comes close to it in this kind of price range !

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