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Casio CDP-120 Digital Piano
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88-note contemporary digital piano with five built-in tones and digital effects.

The Casio CDP-120 is a simple, and capable stage piano with an 88-note weighted action keyboard and built-in speakers. Choose from piano, strings, harpsichord, or electric piano sounds, or combine two for a lush layered result. The CDP-120 is lightweight in design and comes loaded with additional easy-to-navigate characteristics including three levels of touch response, transpose feature to raise or lower the key by one octave, 10-levles of adjustable reverb, 5-levels of adjustable chorus, local on/off for MIDI control application, and its USB class-compliant so you can plug-in and play without the hassles of installing drivers or software.

Casio CDP-120 Digital Piano Features:

  • Five high-quality built-in tones
    88-note, scaled hammer action keyboard
    Digital effects including 10 types of reverbs and 5 types of choruses
    Easily layer sounds to create lush combinations
    Includes sustain pedal, music stand, and AC adapter

Casio CDP-120 Digital Piano

One year parts and labor warranty on all keyboards (includes power supply).

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  • Very nice beginner 88 keys. For the price? Fantastic.

    As reviewed by ronald rangel on 12/15/2011

    This is a very nice beginner keyboard. Its not really fully weighted but its great for the price. The tones are from Casio which are not as rich as Yamaha but the Yamaha keyboards are twice as expensive. That is why I dinged a star. That shouldn't deter you but it could be a point to consider. It has USB so you can work with software. the speakers are pretty decent for practice at this price level. If you're thinking about needing 88 and are on a very tight budget then this is a great option. Its not a toy.

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  • Perfect minimalism. No extraneous features that drive costs up.

    As reviewed by Andrew Huang on 12/10/2012

    This is a spectacular keyboard for a piano-player, which basically means that if you want the sound and feel of a piano, THIS is the keyboard to buy, but if you're in a rock band that needs synths/orchestra sounds, etc, either connect to a MIDI interface or buy the Privia line of pianos. I love the Privia line of pianos (used to play a friend's PX-110) but the additional costs is only worth it if you intend on using the greatly expanded feature set of the Privias like all their extra instrument sounds, recordings, and drum tracks. If you just want to make piano sounds, the CDP series is where you should put your money.

    8 of 8 people found this review helpful.
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  • nice for the price

    As reviewed by david kaplan on 4/23/2012

    i've been playing for a couple of years. i have a nice synth workstation and a acoustic spinet. i love the sound and feel of the acoustic but found it hard to go back to the synth for a good piano sound and feel. i bought the williams elegro and promptly returned it for a defect out of the box. i decided to go to GC and try all of them to get a good feel that i'm familliar with. the CDP-120 had the best overall feel and sound i was looking for. even the $3500 yamaha didn't feel as natural as the CDP120. what few features there are, are very easy to use. i bought it for the piano..thats it. and this instrument does it very well. if you want bells and whistles...this ain't it. if you want simple, good sound and great touch, buy it!

    5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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