Complete digital piano package with stand, bench, headphones and songbook.
This complete keyboard kit centers around a Casio CDP-120 88-key digital piano, with a Casio CS-44 custom stand, a Musician’s Gear Deluxe Keyboard Bench, a pair of Gear One G900DX headphones, and a copy of the Hal Leonard Elton John Greatest Hits 1970-2002 Songbook for piano, vocals and guitar.
CDP-120 Digital Piano with Custom Stand (#H77046 / H79253)
Casio's amazing CDP-120 features an 88-weighted-key, scaled hammer-action keybed, 48-note polyphony, and improved tone at a price and performance that will satisfy every student, teacher, and player. The CDP-120 is USB plug-and-play, industry compliant, which means all you have to do is connect a USB cable and your computer will recognize the CDP-120 with you having to download and install drivers. The CDP-120 includes a sustain pedal, AC power adapter, and music rest.
The Casio CS-44 Stand is made to hold the Casio CDP-220R and CDP-120 compact digital pianos. This sturdy stand comes in an attractive black finish that blends well in any décor.
Deluxe Keyboard Bench (#451069)
The Casio CS-44 P Stand is made to hold the Casio CDP-220R and CDP-120 compact digital pianos. This sturdy stand comes in an attractive black finish that blends well in any décor.
G900DX Headphones (#H70658)
Gear One G900DX are circumaural headphones designed for playback, monitoring, and recording. With a lightweight 40mm neodymium driver, soft leatherette earpads and versatile hinge design, the G900DX offers extended frequency response, hours of comfort, and easy storage and handling.
Elton John Greatest Hits 1970-2002 Songbook (#903711)
This fabulous collection features 34 of Elton John's all-time greatest hits, including: Bennie and the Jets, The Bitch Is Back, Can You Feel the Love Tonight, Candle in the Wind, Crocodile Rock, Don't Go Breaking My Heart, Don't Let the Sun Go down on Me, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, Honky Cat, I Guess That's Why They Call It the Blues, I'm Still Standing, Philadelphia Freedom, Rocket Man (I Think It's Gonna Be a Long Long Time), Sad Songs (Say So Much), Saturday Night's Alright (For Fighting), Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word, Tiny Dancer, Your Song, and more!