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Casio WK-3700 76-Key Portable Keyboard   

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With 76 touch-sensitive keys, 824 pristine ZPI tones, 32-note polyphony, and 176 rhythms, the Casio WK-3700 76-Key Portable Keyboard is a virtually u...Click To Read More About This Product

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Packed with features out of the box, and IDES expansion provides much more!

With 76 touch-sensitive keys, 824 pristine ZPI tones, 32-note polyphony, and 176 rhythms, the Casio WK-3700 76-Key Portable Keyboard is a virtually unlimited palette for creating and teaching music. IDES software lets you access even more tones, DSP settings, songs, rhythms and more via Casio's website. 242 DSP effects, synthesizer function, pitch/mod wheels, MIDI I/O, tune and transpose function, backlit LCD, 4MB Flash ROM, and Smart Media slot make this keyboard an amazing value for its price!

FEATURES
  • 76 touch-responsive keys
  • 824 ZPI tones (600 preset/224 user)
  • 160 rhythms (+16 user)
  • Pitch bend wheel
  • Modulation wheel
  • Smart Media slot
  • Floppy disk drive
  • 4MB Flash ROM
  • IDES application software (CD-ROM)
  • 50 drawbar organ sounds (+100 User)
  • ZPI Sound Source
  • 32-note polyphony
  • Split and layer function
  • Piano Setting function
  • 232 digital effects (100 DSP, 100 User, 16 Reverb, 16 Chorus)
  • Auto-harmonize
  • One-touch presets (160 + 16)
  • Registration memory (4x8 settings)
  • Synthesizer function
  • Song memory (5 songs, 6 tracks, realtime recording up to 10,000 notes)
  • 3 demo songs
  • Backlit LCD
  • Tune and transpose function
SPECIFICATIONS

WK-3700 76-Key Portable Keyboard

  • Terminals: phones/audio out, pedal input, MIDI-in/out, line out
    Speakers: 2 x 4-3/4" bass-reflex speakers, 2 x 2" tweeters (2 x 6W stereo)
    48-1/10"W x 6-1/4"H x 16-1/2"D
    22 lbs.
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4.5

(based on 13 reviews)

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Great Keyboard

First of all I am not a keyboard player. I have always played guitar. My buddy and I have been playing together for over 25 years. In that time we have been with...Read complete review

First of all I am not a keyboard player. I have always played guitar. My buddy and I have been playing together for over 25 years. In that time we have been with all types of so called band members. Most always ended up leaving us stranded for one reason or anothe, and left us looking for replacements. Now comes the WK3700. A band in a keyboard. No more drunk drummers, no more jobless bass players. With him on lead guitar, and me doing the keyboard with it's amazing one touch function we sound better than ever. You HAVE to tweek this keyboard. It is not set to sound like a live band completely out of the box. The drums from the factory are thin and weak. With a little time and adjustments, it can sound great. We bi-amp to run a sub and it brings out the lows for bass and drums. My buddy is a keyboard player and used to the Roland sounds. It took about 3 days for me adjusting the settings , but he now thinks it sounds as good as his RD700. It was worth the time. Now we can gig without a band member calling in sick, drunk, or that his wife said he can't come out and play. I love this thing. No 10's, cause nothings perfect. Manual lacks a good bit, but with fiddeling with it, you can sort it out. It's not brain surgery.

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When it works, it's great!

I actually have the WK3500, which is one tweak away from the WK3700. Same thing, new model number. I loved everything about it for 13 months, especially the drawbar organ emulation, which...Read complete review

I actually have the WK3500, which is one tweak away from the WK3700. Same thing, new model number. I loved everything about it for 13 months, especially the drawbar organ emulation, which is very good. Then it died. The warranty was good for 12 months. At least the new model is $50 less! 'Nuff said.

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5.0

I just purchased the WK-3700...

By irving36

from New Jersey

...first off let me say that I am very pleased with the sounds of this keyboard. The features are comparable to that of a much more expensive instrument. The downside is that you cannot save a sound in Registration memory that you have raised an octave or lowered an octave. The upside is that for the money, you are getting a portable keyboard that is professional in everyway with some added additions like a floppy drive and memory card slot. I would recommend this keyboard for doing gigs live and doing church gigs. This board is great for Gospel music, with the drawbar organs that are featured. Casio, keep up the good work!

 
5.0

Very apt

By Kristus

from Northville, MI

Needed a versatile digital piano on a budget, with tons of sounds. I couldn't have done much better than this! Tons of great synth lead tones and string ensembles, and very realistic instruments. The ability to layer sounds, and some synth commands, make the WK-3700 feel like a high end piano. On the downside, the keys are plastic, and playing on them anywhere near hard results in a "clacking" sound...of course this is just personal pereference. The plastic body results in a pretty fragile piano, be careful transporting it, because its not light by any means. Tons of features for newbies getting into the instrument, although it can be a chore turning off all of the auto chord and accompaniment settings every time you set up a new voice. Pitch bend works wonderfully, and looks/functions alot better than the tiny ones on Yamahas in the same price bracket.At any rate, a great buy!

 
5.0

Great Keyboard

By TheMusicalBox

from Ga

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First of all I am not a keyboard player. I have always played guitar. My buddy and I have been playing together for over 25 years. In that time we have been with all types of so called band members. Most always ended up leaving us stranded for one reason or anothe, and left us looking for replacements. Now comes the WK3700. A band in a keyboard. No more drunk drummers, no more jobless bass players. With him on lead guitar, and me doing the keyboard with it's amazing one touch function we sound better than ever. You HAVE to tweek this keyboard. It is not set to sound like a live band completely out of the box. The drums from the factory are thin and weak. With a little time and adjustments, it can sound great. We bi-amp to run a sub and it brings out the lows for bass and drums. My buddy is a keyboard player and used to the Roland sounds. It took about 3 days for me adjusting the settings , but he now thinks it sounds as good as his RD700. It was worth the time. Now we can gig without a band member calling in sick, drunk, or that his wife said he can't come out and play. I love this thing. No 10's, cause nothings perfect. Manual lacks a good bit, but with fiddeling with it, you can sort it out. It's not brain surgery.

 
5.0

Best portable I've ever owned

By SynthWiz

from Champlain, NY

After a tragic accident ruined my rack of four keyboards, I took some time off and recently got back into playing again. I bought the Casio WK-3200 (the same as the 3700 without the disc drive and mod wheel) and was blown away. The onboard sounds are good enough, but once you get used to applying the DSP's and using the (limited) synth function, this baby can do almost anything. I love the ability to layer the split voices and have them stored for use at the touch of a button. While I'm rebuilding my rig, I am performing gigs with this as my only board, and it's just fine. In fact, I can do Manfred Mann's "Blinded by the Light" on this one board by loading all the layers...a feat that used to utilize all of my boards. The drawbar organ function gave me that perfect sound for the tune. The only drawback is the lack of a monophonic mode for leads and a Decay control for the synth, so "Tom Sawyer" is out for now. Nothing adding a MicroKorg can't fix. I highly recommend this board for anyone.

 
4.0

Good for the price

By Charlie-T5D5M

from Virginia

I just purchased the WK-3700 and my first surprise was how big it was the picture online does not show justice of the size of this keyboard. From first glance it looked hard to work but after read the manual it very simple, have not heard all the sounds but the sound I played was advange, not the best sound but good sound. It can be worked as a studio keyboard with added items like a drum machine, Equalizer, etc. The speaker sound is amazing for the price bucks it a steal. The thing I like is the monitor has a virtual keyboard keys and it show every note you hit and also show chords combination, if you are not a piano master then this is the best keyboard to really learn and understand (CHORDS, MELODY, NOTES AND COMBINATION). Beleive me when I tell you with this keyboard and practice you will become a very good player.

 
5.0

Almost The Bomb

By Musicman-P49Zl

from Thomasville, GA

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The sounds in this board are great, especially the organ sounds. Virtual drawbars are a great feature. Some features take a little time to uncover. The only disappointment was that sequences can't be recorded in a format that can be played back on other general midi keyboards. Great light weight board for live performances.

 
5.0

Good stuff

By ktl814

from Marion, IN

I purchased this keyboard because I wanted something portable to take back and forth to church. I also wanted something with built-in rhythms and such to use since we don't have a drummer yet. After being very impressed with it in the store, I brought it home and started playing with it and became even more amazed. The only thing I don't care for is the key action. Other than that, this keyboard is awesome. Buy it!

 
5.0

The best of my life

By Joleo it is good

from atlanta

Oh this is incredible, it is an incredible portable .It is like the playing's of JOLEO, this keyboard is incredible but it is too much good for unknown piano players.

 
4.0

Really not the cat's meow

By Dr. Mumbo

from The State of New York

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The Casio 3700 is really not the cat's meow. It?s okay, but it could be a lot better. It was bought it to replace an old Casio CTK-611 but surprisingly, the CTK-611 is superior to the 3700 in some ways. The auto-accompaniment on the 3700 was very disappointing, being much too "busy" and, to at least one set of ears, not very realistic at all. Even though there were more accompaniments on the 3700 than the CTK-611, many are not usable (unless you are into The Fake Sound). On the plus side, having 76 standard-size keys is great. Having poor action on the 76 keys is not so great. The 532 Tones and 18 Drum Sets are a blast to play with. The Drawbar Organ is a plus as are the 200+ Effects and 175+ Rhythm Patterns. The ability to communicate with a computer is a double plus but the Floppy Disk Drive is not very avant-garde. Actually, it?s more like derriere. The SmartMedia card slot may come in handy. A USB connection would have been a nice addition.

 
2.0

When it works, it's great!

By Tom-Wkicc

from Tanner, AL

I actually have the WK3500, which is one tweak away from the WK3700. Same thing, new model number. I loved everything about it for 13 months, especially the drawbar organ emulation, which is very good. Then it died. The warranty was good for 12 months. At least the new model is $50 less! 'Nuff said.

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