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A huge amount of keyboard for a teeny price.
The Casio CTK-710 Keyboard includes a lesson system and lots of sounds to make learning to play easy and fun. You can select up to 242 tones that include orchestral sounds, synthesized sounds, and more. There are 100 versatile rhythms to help add plenty of life to all your keyboard performances. The Auto Accompaniment function allows you to simply play a chord and the keyboard then provides the corresponding rhythm, bass, and chord parts that play automatically.
This keyboard also includes the 3-Step Lesson System that lets you practice at your own pace. It automatically grades your performances, so you can trace your progress as you improve. The CTK-710 has 100 built-in tunes that are divided into two groups: a Song Bank of 50 tunes with Auto Accompaniment, and a Piano Bank of 50 piano tunes. With the touch of one button, it will take you directly to piano tones and piano lessons. A big LCD screen graphically shows you fingerings, keyboard keys to be pressed, and notes, making the process easier and more enjoyable than ever before.
The Casio CTK-710 is powered by 6 "AA" batteries (not included) or optional AD-5 AC power supply (see item # 338700).
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The features look very nice for the price, but I was rather disappointed after I started playing. The features I was looking for were a USB port, Line-Out, and Footswitch, which were all included on this keyboard. Now to the disappointment.One other thing I should have looked for was velocity-sensitive keys. There are many times that if you don't hit the key just right, the note will play twice. Also, you apparently have to use only Casio pedals for sustain. I have a Roland pedal that is supposedly universal, but when it is connected, notes are always sustained until I depress the pedal, and there is no way that I can find to reverse the polarity of the pedal. I'm also dissatisfied with the sound bank, but that's the least of my concerns. I'm returning this and going with a comparable Yamaha.