The perfect beginners keyboard, the Casio Personal Keyboard Package with Headphones & Stand is a portable personal keyboard that teaches any beginner how to play the piano little by little, with lessons that are easy to understand and follow. Using the Casio personal keyboard, any beginner can easily learn how to play the piano in no time at all, using the 61 piano-style touch keys. At the moment it has over a 50% discount and would make a wonderful present for someone at Christmas or on their Birthday.
Some features Of The Discounted Casio Beginners Keyboard are;
• 150 different rhythms,
• 400 tones,
• digital effects,
• a USB port for easy connection to a laptop or PC,
• an audio-in jack for allowing users to play as they listen to their chosen songs,
• AHL (Acoustic & Highly-compressed Large-waveform) audio technology to recreate the sounds of acoustic music instruments or an authentic grand piano,
• a scoring system.
• Note that the keyboard uses 6 AA batteries.
Why I Chose A Cheap Casio Keyboard
I decided on this Casio keyboard for sale in my search for a cheap Casio keyboard for learning how to play the piano. While I did for a second consider other brands, I was leaning towards specifically getting a Casio keyboard, because I particularly remember finding an ultra-mini Casio VL-1 keyboard that once belonged to my dad in the attic of our house when I was 10, and this keyboard must’ve been around 10 years old then (I believe it was 1990, and based on my online research, this keyboard was produced by Casio in 1980), and the small keyboard still worked fine!
It Really Is A Cheap Keyboard But Is It Worth The Money?
After going through the reviews, (especially when it comes to equipment that costs more or less $100), I made my decision and went with this Casio personal keyboard. I did read about issues with the adapter, so I only got the keyboard, and purchased the Casio adapter separately, based on the advice of reviewers. All in all, I paid less than $130 for my purchase, and shipping was free for the personal keyboard, through FedEx. Right before receiving the keyboard, I watched a couple of YouTube videos to get a general idea on how to use it. I liked that I could download my favorite songs and play along. While I can’t play like Liberace or Ray Charles yet, I’ve definitely learned how to play some of my favorite songs, and continue to train when I have the time.
Portable Casio Keyboard? You Bet!
This Casio personal keyboard is portable and allows me to easily load it in my car for when I head over to my friend’s house to practice (he’s trying to learn bass). It didn’t take long at all to set everything up (less than 10 minutes or so), and I find the teaching method of the Casio personal keyboard to be very effective for me. I would recommend this keyboard to anyone that wants a personal, powerful, easy-to-use and reasonably priced keyboard to learn on.