Casio CDP-120 Digital Piano  

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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... Click To Read More About This Product

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Overview

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.

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
Warranty
MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY
One year parts and labor warranty on all keyboards (includes power supply).


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CasioCDP-120 Digital Piano
 
4.5

(based on 18 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

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

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...Read complete review

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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Most Liked Negative Review

 

The best $400 electric piano available at Guitar Center

I like this piano, and for a few hundred dollars, with usb and weighted keys, etc, its great. My wife and I lead worship at the church we pastor. She plays piano...Read complete review

I like this piano, and for a few hundred dollars, with usb and weighted keys, etc, its great. My wife and I lead worship at the church we pastor. She plays piano and sings, I play guitar and (on good days) harmonize. At first we were stoked, but a few fatal flaws have presented themselves as to why this is not an ideal piano for live performance: 1) It automatically shuts off after a period of time which resets all transposing and other settings you may have logged. 2) It also pops when we turn it back on, which is likely due to the age of our PA and the bad grounding/wiring in the building?but its lame that when my wife walks back on stage at the end she has to turn it on *POP* then reset the transpose settings -- which, brings me to the next two fatal flaws. 3) IT BEEPS when you transpose!? Seriously? A light would suffice?So everyone hears *POP* and then *BEEP* *BEEP*. 4) Lastly, the button for transposing IS THE EXACT SAME SETTING THAT PLAYS THIS RIDICULOUS DEMO SONG. The function/demo button when tapped, plays the demo song (and for the record, the demo feature is about as useless as off road tires on a boat), when you press and hold the demo button it becomes the function key. So the other day, when my wife did not perfectly apply the right amount of time and pressure to the button, it went off and started playing the ridiculous demo song. Embarrassing. Annoying. Honestly, there may be work arounds for these issues, but I don't care. I hate that from the moment we pulled it out of the box the machine had a leg up on us. Its unfortunate that simple features as these are not more intuitive. But like I said, we paid very little for a brand new weighted key electric piano that sounds good enough for our application. However, its the little things that make the difference for this buyer and these little things I am unable to ignore.

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(20 of 20 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

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

By ronald rangel

from Chicago, IL

Comments about Casio CDP-120 Digital Piano:

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.

(14 of 15 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great piano action and tone

By Kristy Curtis

from Florida

Comments about Casio CDP-120 Digital Piano:

I am a beginner and needed a keyboard with weighted keys because my lessons are being taught on an acoustic piano. These keys are not only weighted, but they are slightly heavier than a piano- so when I went to play for my teacher it was actually easy. (practicing had strengthened my fingers and improved my ability in less than a week) Also, before I purchased I went to guitar center and tested out all the other keyboards. Yamahas had great tone but were way more expensive and the keys were barely weighted. The other brands had weird tones that did not sound like real pianos. Casio turned out to be the best and also one of the most inexpensive. Would definitely recommend if you'd like to get the feel of a piano.

(11 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Piano

By Miguel E

from Charlotte,NC

Comments about Casio CDP-120 Digital Piano:

Great upgrade to the cdp 100 has great feel and great look to it for the price you will not find a better 88 key professional feeling digital piano

(8 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Talk about a hidden gem...

By John Parker

from Minneapolis, MN

Comments about Casio CDP-120 Digital Piano:

I was in the market for an 88 key midi keyboard with weighted keys and, almost everything seemed to cost around $800-$1000. I could not swing that. Then I found this Casio piece. I remember looking at the ad (It was on sale at the time) thinking, if only it has USB. And then I saw that it did. I did a little research on the Googler and found that it interface beautifully with Garage Band, Logic, Native instruments etc. Needless to say, I bought it immediately and have yet to be disappointed. The action on the keys is awesome! Is there nicer out there? Yep. But, for the money, this was a steal. I tend to bang out some pretty heavy blues and the keys seem to like the torment cause they come right back asking for more.This is still an awesome deal for a midi keyboard.

(8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Perfect minimalism. No extraneous features that drive costs up.

By Andrew Huang

from Winston Salem, NC

Comments about Casio CDP-120 Digital Piano:

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.

(6 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great entry level digital piano!

By MONICA KOCH

from Iowa City

Comments about Casio CDP-120 Digital Piano:

This piano will make a good inexpensive instrument for beginners or hobbyist who just want to play it like a piano. I like the Piano 1 sound; it is decent and enjoyable especially when listening through headphones. The weighted keys with hammer action make this feel very real compared to the (less costly) touch sensitive keyboards that use springs. However, I did notice how the keys respond differently than a real piano (one of the few things I still remember). For example, on a real piano you can play with very light touch and still produce sound, but with this you have to use certain amount of force or there will be no sound. I also noticed a couple of the high notes if hit hard will sound "off" - this is only noticeable through the headphone though, so it could be a problem with the headphone itself(?). If I don't hit as hard they sound normal. The keys do bounce back slower, so repeating the same note very fast may be a challenge - though I'm not concerned because I like "mellow" music. I have had this for a month now and have really enjoyed playing it - the old "weightless" keyboard is going to Goodwill. Go to a local GC to try one out - and compare it with others. I doubt you'd find anything better at this price.

(6 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Lots of potential for a beginner

By William Buckley

from LaGrange Park, IL

Comments about Casio CDP-120 Digital Piano:

This KB is superb for my purpose - teach myself to play. The sound and feel seems like a real ( stringed ) piano. So far, I'm really enjoying this product.

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

nice for the price

By david kaplan

from paso robles,ca

Comments about Casio CDP-120 Digital Piano:

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!

(4 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Love it

By XIAN CHEN

from san diego

Comments about Casio CDP-120 Digital Piano:

Perfect digital piano for me, fast shipping

(3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

My daughter loves it

By Robert Gura

from Austin, TX

Comments about Casio CDP-120 Digital Piano:

Sounds great, looks great, good key action.

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