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Casio CGP-700BK Digital Compact Grand Piano

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Casio's best sound and action, revolutionary interface.

Known as the Compact Grand Piano, the CGP-700 delivers groundbreaking technology, a sensational sound system and a world-class keyboard action that is perfect for aspiring and professional pianists alike. As a manufacturer of keyboards for over 35 years and consumer electronics for more than 65 years, the CGP-700 is the culmination of Casio's innovation and experience in these industries. Casio's CGP-700 provides the experience of a full-size acoustic grand piano at a fraction of the price.

Color Touch Interface
At the center of the CGP-700 is a beautiful 5.2 Color Touch Interface. The display is bright, clear and easy to read, and makes navigating tones and rhythms simple and intuitive. In addition to the display, the CGP-700™s front panel has a dedicated button for Grand Piano allowing you to access your primary sound instantly. Transpose buttons allow you to change keys without navigating a menu.

6 Speaker Sound System
The CGP-700 has a 40-watt sound system with four speakers in the top of the CGP-700 providing a rich stereo experience and two additional speakers located in the CGP-700's included stand for low frequencies. The CGP-700 also features a stereo input allowing you to listen to your MP3 player or other devices through the sound system.

Key Action
The CGP-700 features Casio's Tri-Sensor Scaled Hammer Action II keyboard, engineered to provide the touch of a concert grand piano, enabling young players to develop proper technique and advanced players to feel at home. Casio has scaled the weight of the keys to replicate the larger hammers in the bass register and smaller hammers in the treble register. To further the experience, the CGP-700 features simulated Ebony and Ivory-textured keys for an incredible feel.

The Concert Grand Piano Sound
As one of the pioneers of digital sampling technology, Casio put its years of experience into reproducing the most important sound, the Concert Grand Piano. Casio meticulously recorded the sound of a world-class 9-foot concert grand piano. Casio's team recorded the piano at four dynamic levels, mixing each of the microphone positions until the ultimate piano experience was captured. The result is a grand piano sound that is dynamic, expressive and rich.

Rhythm Section Included
The CGP-700 has 550 instrument tones including newly developed guitars, basses, drums, stereo string ensembles, synths and more. These instrument tones take advantage of the CGP-700™s powerful effects system, which include phasers for electric pianos, distortions on guitars, and rotary speaker effects for organs. The CGP-700 is a full ensemble digital piano with 200 built-in Rhythms, including drum patterns with fills, variations and full accompaniment. Tones, layers, splits, rhythms, accompaniment and tempo can be stored and instantly recalled.

At Home or on the Stage
For performing musicians, the CGP-700 can be removed from its included stand. Without the stand, the CGP-700 weighs 26 lb., making it one of the most portable 88 key digital pianos available with a fully weighted keyboard action. In addition, the speakers in top of the CGP-700 work without the subwoofer system so you have speakers with you wherever you go. If you need additional amplification, connect to a mixer, PA system or keyboard amplifier using the ¼ outputs on the rear panel.

That moment of inspiration
The front panel of the CGP-700 has two headphone outputs located on the front of the instrument. When the headphones are in use, the internal speaker system is muted, allowing you to play and practice in privacy. Everything you'e playing on the CGP-700 can be recorded as a .wav file to a USB thumb drive.

Lesson Ready
Equipped with Duet Mode, the CGP-700 can split the keyboard into two equal ranges allowing student and teacher to work side by side on the instrument. An additional Classroom Mode splits the keyboard and configures the CGP-700 audio outputs to work with third party piano lab systems allowing two students to use the CGP-700 simultaneously.

Computer Connectivity
The CGP-700 connects to your PC, Mac or other devices through a class-compliant USB port. Class Compliant means that the CGP-700 is designed to work with your computer without the need to download drivers. Just plug it into your computer and you are ready to use your favorite software. With the CGP-700™s aux stereo input, audio from your computer or tablet software can be experienced through the CGP-700™s speaker system making it a totally integrated solution.

Total Solution
Featuring an easy-to-use Color Touch Interface, authentic grand piano sound, world-class keyboard action and a phenomenal sound system, the CGP-700 presents an impressive array of features delivered with cutting edge technology and exceptional value.

FEATURES
Keyboard 
Number of keys: 88 Key
Action: Graded-hammer
Key size: Full
Aftertouch / Velocity: Velocity Sensitive
Key Type: Piano-style
Sounds
Number of voices: 550
Polyphony (max): 128-note
Layers: Yes
Split: Yes
Connectivity
AUX input: Yes
MIDI Connectivity: MIDI In/Out
Line output: Yes
Line input: Stereo
USB Connectivity: Yes
Headphone jacks: 2
Pedal inputs: 3
Storage type: USB
Expandability available: No
Onboard Features
Recording/Playback Real time .wav
Rhythms: 200
Preset songs:
Display: Large color screen
Effects: Yes
Built-in speakers: Yes
Pitch bend/Modulation: Not applicable
Other controls: Not applicable
Effects
Reverb: Yes
Chorus: Yes
Delay: No
Equalizer: Yes
Arpeggio: No
Other: Not applicable
Other
Width: 52 in.
Height: 30 in.
Depth: 11.5 in.
Weight: 26 lb. (13.3 kg)
Batteries: Not applicable
Stand or bench included: Stand

Order today. This piano represents the best of Casio's research and manufacturing.

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CasioCGP-700BK Digital Compact Grand Piano
 
4.4

(based on 11 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (7)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 2 Stars

     

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    (1)

90%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Responsive / good action (10)
  • Good audio (9)
  • Touch sensitive keys (9)
  • Portable (7)
  • Easy to use (6)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Learning (7)
  • Accompaniment (6)
  • Concerts (5)
  • Travel (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Professional musician (6), Experienced (4)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

WOW

I one of these from Guitar Center. I bought it because of two things, the way it feels and the way it sounds. I am sure it does a lot of tricky high...Read complete review

I one of these from Guitar Center. I bought it because of two things, the way it feels and the way it sounds. I am sure it does a lot of tricky high tech stuff but all I wanted and want from it now are the basic sounds and the way it feels.
I have never found anything that feels so much like a piano. Casio really nailed it when they made this action. It has an ivory feel to the keys and the pressure and weight of it is a lot like my favorite piano that I have had for 45 years. It is a really great piano - this is a really nice feeling keyboard. Just for the record, I own several pianos and I tune my own.... I'm picky.
As far as built in speakers, this sound very good. It has a stand that can be removed quickly with only a few screws, the speakers unplug and off to the gig you go. I have used it live and love it and you will too.
The ONLY thing I don't love about it is that there are some keyboards out there with much better overdriven fender rhodes suitcase model sounds. This one is nice and might be able to be adjusted but I have some other keyboards that drive much harder when struck hard. The sound they give does not have that distorted sound down as well. That being said, there are still a few good rhodes sounds and plenty enough to work with.
Again, I have not gotten into the tech end of it at all. I have a computer full of samples and never needed to.
If you are a piano player and want to close your eye and pretend you are on a really nice piano, buy this CGP and don't look back.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Casio cgp 700

I hate it!!
In order to place the piano on a stand, two of the speakers have to be disconnected and then it sounds terrible. The rhythms are practically useless. The...Read complete review

I hate it!!
In order to place the piano on a stand, two of the speakers have to be disconnected and then it sounds terrible. The rhythms are practically useless. The texture of the keys are terrible. Some of the selection buttons are too close together so you need very small fingers to keep from touching the wrong buttons. Many are the tones sound identical. The Casio 575r is a much better unit. I would have never bought this 700 if I could have found someone to fix my 575r.

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(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Get this piano. Get it.

By Mr. Madison

from Chicago, Illinois

About Me Experienced

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • A LOT of sounds
  • Great for Learning and Composing
  • Great Speakers
  • Realistic Sound
  • Responsive / Good Action
  • Touch Sensitive Keys

Cons

  • A bit of a learning curve to use properly
  • Heavy

Best Uses

  • Accompaniment
  • Composing
  • Concerts
  • Electronic Music
  • Learning
  • MIDI
  • School Bands

Comments about Casio CGP-700BK Digital Compact Grand Piano:

I bought this piano after seeing its demonstration video. I was a tiny bit skeptical, seeing how this piano just came out and didn't find any other information on it besides this website. I took a chance, and bought it when I could.

This piano is GREAT. It's well worth the money, especially if you're investing a lot of time into it. This piano has a LOT you can do with it, and the instruction book is THICK. I would say, three to four magazines stacked, thick. Honestly, make some time to read some of it, if not most of it. It'll be well worth it.

The piano, combined with the speakers, however, sounds great, but is HEAVY. Keep that in mind, as moving the piano around can be really tough with the speakers hooked to the piano. Fortunately, you can unhook the stand and speaker, and carry them both separately. It cuts the weight for each part down greatly.

Keep in mind that this piano has a LOT of sounds, modes, even equalizers and mixers. If you can handle all of the possibilities and features, this piano will be AMAZING for you. Even if you might not use all of the sounds, the grand piano sound is very nice. You won't be disappointed. Buy this piano. Buy it.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Bought ANOTHER!

By KnightStream

from River Falls, WI

About Me Professional Musician

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Pros

  • Easy to Use
  • Portable
  • Realistic Sound
  • Responsive / Good Action

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Accompaniment
    • Learning
    • Travel

    Comments about Casio CGP-700BK Digital Compact Grand Piano:

    The ONLY thing I would have added was a visual reference when you transpose. You can hit the transpose buttons (which is a NICE feature - as you don't have to go into menus/dropdowns/etc), but there is no visual reference on the transposition "real-time".

    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Not perfect, but all things considered a great value!

    By Blue Polo

    from Nashville

    About Me Professional Musician

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    Pros

    • Easy to Use
    • Good selection of acoustic + elec. piano sounds.
    • Nice "ivory" feel key surface.
    • Nice speaker system.
    • Realistic Sound
    • Responsive / Good Action
    • Touch Sensitive Keys

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about Casio CGP-700BK Digital Compact Grand Piano:

        I purchased this from Musician's Friend during the 2015 holidays (at substantial savings!). Here's the good: the sound overall is really good (for the money), nice built-in multi-speaker speaker system, great feeling action, large LCD screen makes navigating the system a breeze, very solid stand. FOR THE MONEY it is a stunning value. I wanted something with larger speakers in the stand (but not one of those upright/spinet types) so I could quickly just power it up and play--no turning on extra monitors. The CGP700 fits that to a tee. Nice selection of acoustic and elec. pianos. (Strings and horns if you need 'em, but I'm sure we'd all dig into our DAW based stuff for that.) You can also shape the sound with the Brilliance controls as well as the reverbs and delays. Settings for Heavy/Normal/Light playing touch are a real bonus. And speakers can be switched off if you want to connect to studio monitors. The action is a nice weighted feel. Also really like is the "ivory" feel/surface of the keys. It is also 100% MIDI compatible via USB connection if you want to use it as a MIDI controller. My main complaint is the noise during key letup/release. Playing at t low volumes it can be quite annoying. Casio could really stand to address this. At high volumes you don't notice it that much. And to be fair, I played a Yamaha C7 grand piano and it probably had just as much key release noise. Compared to other dig. pianos the CGP 700 key noise on par with (or maybe better/less than) everything else except the Roland RD800 (which costs substantially more). Were it not for the key release noise I would be giving this 5 stars. Bottom line, if you are a "piano player" and want something for personal enjoyment without spending a ton of money the CGP 700 is definitely worth a look.

        (2 of 17 customers found this review helpful)

         
        1.0

        Casio cgp 700

        By Koolaidkid

        from Ferrum VA

        About Me Professional Musician

        Pros

          Cons

          • Difficult to Use
          • Heavy
          • Limited Sound Selection
          • many buttons too close together
          • many tones identical
          • No Speakers
          • Poor Action
          • Poor Instructions
          • rhymns practically useless,
          • Unrealistic sound

          Best Uses

            Comments about Casio CGP-700BK Digital Compact Grand Piano:

            I hate it!!
            In order to place the piano on a stand, two of the speakers have to be disconnected and then it sounds terrible. The rhythms are practically useless. The texture of the keys are terrible. Some of the selection buttons are too close together so you need very small fingers to keep from touching the wrong buttons. Many are the tones sound identical. The Casio 575r is a much better unit. I would have never bought this 700 if I could have found someone to fix my 575r.

            (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            WOW

            By DannyTaddei

            from Sweet Home Alabama

            About Me Professional Musician

            See all my reviews

            Verified Reviewer

            Pros

            • Portable
            • Realistic Sound
            • Responsive / Good Action
            • Touch Sensitive Keys

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Accompaniment
              • Concerts
              • Learning
              • School Bands

              Comments about Casio CGP-700BK Digital Compact Grand Piano:

              I one of these from Guitar Center. I bought it because of two things, the way it feels and the way it sounds. I am sure it does a lot of tricky high tech stuff but all I wanted and want from it now are the basic sounds and the way it feels.
              I have never found anything that feels so much like a piano. Casio really nailed it when they made this action. It has an ivory feel to the keys and the pressure and weight of it is a lot like my favorite piano that I have had for 45 years. It is a really great piano - this is a really nice feeling keyboard. Just for the record, I own several pianos and I tune my own.... I'm picky.
              As far as built in speakers, this sound very good. It has a stand that can be removed quickly with only a few screws, the speakers unplug and off to the gig you go. I have used it live and love it and you will too.
              The ONLY thing I don't love about it is that there are some keyboards out there with much better overdriven fender rhodes suitcase model sounds. This one is nice and might be able to be adjusted but I have some other keyboards that drive much harder when struck hard. The sound they give does not have that distorted sound down as well. That being said, there are still a few good rhodes sounds and plenty enough to work with.
              Again, I have not gotten into the tech end of it at all. I have a computer full of samples and never needed to.
              If you are a piano player and want to close your eye and pretend you are on a really nice piano, buy this CGP and don't look back.

              (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              4.0

              Decent piano, plus lots of neat stuff I don't use

              By David

              from Somerville

              About Me Experienced

              See all my reviews

              Pros

              • Portable
              • Realistic Sound
              • Responsive / Good Action
              • Touch Sensitive Keys

              Cons

              • Difficult to Use

              Best Uses

                Comments about Casio CGP-700BK Digital Compact Grand Piano:

                I'm primarily a guitarist/vocalist/songwriter and I bought this as my first 88-key weighted keyboard in my attempts to learn piano and keys. This has a ton of features, and every once in a while I play around with them or the different sounds, but 99% of the time it's on the default grand piano sound. It's a decent sound; I find it most convincing in the bass and middle registers. The upper register is not as good to my ears, it has some slightly annoying ringing, vibrating characteristics that I'm probably not describing well, but I'm guessing that this is the difference between this moderate price range and higher-end products, and it's satisfying for where I am now in playing piano. There are crazy numbers of different sounds; I almost wish there were fewer, as it's hard to choose and remember what I like. There are some good electric pianos and some decent organs, but I like the drawbar organ on my non-weighted Casio WK-7600 much more. The volume and sound quality from the built-in amp and speaker system is quite good. The stand, speaker and pedal systems work well and are convenient, and I like the fact that I could disconnect the keyboard from the stand and take it to gig or jam with a separate amp. I'd previously bought a comparably-priced Yamaha and returned it to get this, and I think that was a good move.

                (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                5.0

                Love it!! Bought over the DGX-660 by Yamaha

                By BillTheSlink

                from Cincinnati, Ohio

                About Me Novice

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                Pros

                • Concert grand can be tweaked to your likeing
                • Easy to Use
                • Ivory and ebony feel is great
                • Lots of instruments replicated
                • Portable
                • Realistic Sound
                • Responsive / Good Action
                • Touch screen display simplifies menues
                • Touch Sensitive Keys

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Accompaniment
                  • Chamber Music
                  • Composing/recording
                  • Concerts
                  • Learning

                  Comments about Casio CGP-700BK Digital Compact Grand Piano:

                  The direct competitor to this ensemble digital piano is the Yamaha DGX-660 and I compared the two head to head locally before ordering from Musicians Friend because I have an account here and they were offering a deal on what they termed "returned stock" and I saved a lot of money. The only thing I think the Yamaha edged out the Casio on was the accompaniments. The Yamaha has more and in my opinion are better, but that's where it ends. The sound of the Casio is powerful and is as loud and robust as a piano. If you go with the DGX-660 figure in the cost of external speakers because you're just likely not going to be happy with the sound. The instruments on board (voices) are great for the most part and there is an extremely high wheat to chaff ratio. I am a trumpet player so usually I am critical of any replicated brass section. Casio got that right on this one. After playing a few hours total on the default grand I played Joy To The World on several of the trumpets! Amazing! I added in a sax and wow! The one thing that might tempt you away from the Casio to the Yamaha is the so called "Piano Room" feature of the Yamaha. Don't be tempted there. There is very little you can do in piano room you can't do in the Casio with the settings and you can do so much more. The only thing I can think of would be opening and closing the lid, but honestly you'll never hear much difference with those little speakers. The organs are great and you can even simulate a rotary speaker. Although I will never gig in my life, you can take this off the stand real quick and 26 pounds is all you have to carry. The Yamaha is a beast and I can't see anyone doing that. I previously owned a Casio PX-350 when they first came out and was disappointed in a lot of the voices and also its lack of speaker power. Casio really hit this one out of the park.

                  (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  4.0

                  Good for the serious young student of piano/keyboar

                  By Erik

                  from Murphy, NC

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                  Pros

                  • Portable
                  • Responsive / Good Action
                  • Touch Sensitive Keys

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                    • Learning

                    Comments about Casio CGP-700BK Digital Compact Grand Piano:

                    My granddaughter loves the touch screen, hasn't taken the keyboard seriously, YET!

                    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                     
                    5.0

                    Exceeded my expectations!

                    By TK

                    from Okinawa, Japan

                    About Me Professional Musician

                    Verified Buyer

                    Pros

                    • Easy to Use
                    • Portable
                    • Realistic Sound
                    • Responsive / Good Action
                    • Touch Sensitive Keys

                    Cons

                      Best Uses

                      • Learning
                      • Travel

                      Comments about Casio CGP-700BK Digital Compact Grand Piano:

                      This digital piano is really the "biggest bang for the buck." Several of the reviews on the CGP-700 used this phrase and they were right on the mark! The quality and variety of sounds is simply amazing. The difficulty I have, personally, is trying to pick the best of many usable ones for a particular piece of music. The feel is so realistic and actually feels better than the Kawai grand piano I have in my school band room (which was tuned and regulated recently). You will need to replace the sustain pedal or figure out a good way to stabilize the one that came with the keyboard because it slides all over the place.

                       
                      5.0

                      Very Practical Professional Tool

                      By Prof. B

                      from Sarasota, FL

                      About Me Professional Musician

                      Pros

                      • Easy to Use
                      • Keyboard interface is very intuitive
                      • Portable
                      • Realistic Sound
                      • Responsive / Good Action
                      • Touch Sensitive Keys

                      Cons

                        Best Uses

                        • Accompaniment
                        • Concerts
                        • Travel
                        • Works well for live stage/show productions

                        Comments about Casio CGP-700BK Digital Compact Grand Piano:

                        Recently finished a professional stage production review based upon various music styles of Broadway Show Tunes, here in Florida. Because of the fact that some songs had to be pitched based upon each singer's range, the plus/minus buttons for the transposer were indispensable. Add to that, at all times there is an on screen indication of where the keyboard is currently pitched without having to push a button to find out. Brilliant CASIO!!

                        Service and delivery comments:

                        There was a malfunction in the first unit delivered. But then, SAM ASH MUSIC came through immediately with the 2nd unit that continues to function to specifications.

                         
                        5.0

                        Great KB, Easy to use, Nice sound

                        By FireballMarc

                        from Durham, NC

                        About Me Experienced

                        Verified Buyer

                        Pros

                        • Easy to Use
                        • Pre-programmed music
                        • Realistic Sound
                        • Responsive / Good Action
                        • Touch Sensitive Keys

                        Cons

                          Best Uses

                          • Accompaniment
                          • Chamber Music
                          • Concerts
                          • Learning
                          • MIDI

                          Comments about Casio CGP-700BK Digital Compact Grand Piano:

                          Looked at a lot of different kbs and selected this one for the ease of use touch screen, wide feature selections and great built in sound with speakers built into the stand. I like the feel of the keys as they most accurately represented my old Kawai piano to me. YMMV. All in all very happy with my purchase.

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