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Casio CTK-496 61-Key Portable Keyboard
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This compact keyboard features 61 full-size keys, Sing-Along function to add to the fun, and a musical information system display with on-screen icon...Click To Read More About This Product
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This compact keyboard features 61 full-size keys, Sing-Along function to add to the fun, and a musical information system display with on-screen icons. In addition, it has 100 rhythms to play along with, auto-accompaniment, built-in speakers, 12-note polyphony, a headphone jack, 100 preset tones, a transpose and tuning control, and 100 demo songs. MIDI capable. Powered by 6 AA batteries or optional AD-5 power adapter.
- 61 full-size keys
- Sing-Along function with mic input and volume control
- Musical Information system LCD display with on-screen icons
- 100 rhythms for play along
- Built-in speakers
- 12-note polyphony
- Headphone jack
- 100 preset tones
- MIDI capability
- Transpose and tuning control
- 100 demo songs
- Powered by 6 AA batteries or AD-5 power adapter (not included)
- Number of Keys: 61
- Polyphony: 12
- 100 preset tones
- 100 rhythms
- 100 song library
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I am mainly a guitar player, but I do like to "fiddle around" some on keyboards, and last February I got a Casio CTK-496 at the local store in Toledo, OH. I enjoy this little keyobard a lot! All the tones are surprisingly good for a low-priced keyboard, and there is actually a decent amount of volume to be had through the onboard speakers. It does have a jack for a sustain pedal. The built-in rhythm machine is also nice, and I actually use that mainly when I practicing my guitar playing. It's also compact and stores easily. For those who don't primarily play keys but would would like to have a keyboard around without spending much, I highly recommend the CTK-496.
I just bought this keyboard about a month or so ago and I must say, that this is well worth the money. You get a whole bunch of instruments and sounds to choose from and it even lets you practice certian songs already recorded into the keyboard. I am mainly a guitar player but also learning piano in college and I have to admit this is ONE of THE BEST starter keyboards out there. I recommend it highly. get your hands on it NOW.