The Casio Privia PX-120 boasts 88 weighted, hammer-action keys, advanced triple-strike AIF sampled sound source, and 128-note polyphony, yet it weighs only 25 pounds! Full damper expression control le... Click To Read More About This Product
The Casio Privia PX-120 boasts 88 weighted, hammer-action keys, advanced triple-strike AIF sampled sound source, and 128-note polyphony, yet it weighs only 25 pounds! Full damper expression control lets you play sweeping chords on the Casio PX-120 with true acoustic-piano playing feel. Four reverbs and four chorus effects give you a lot of flexibility to experiment with your sound. 20 built-in piano rhythms with drum sounds provide accompaniment. Also great for lessons with its split keyboard functionality and dual headphone inputs, the Casio Privia PX-120 is as versatile as it is portable!
With eight onboard digital effects including four different reverbs, and four different choruses, the PX-120 offers a lot of sonic flexibility. Plus, two grand piano settings offer even more possibilities - you can choose between "classic" for a softer, more discreet sound, or "modern" for a lighter, brighter character. Built-in DSP effects digitally reproduce a high-quality grand piano sound, complete with reverb and acoustic resonance.
At 25 lbs, the PX-120 is definitely easy to carry from home to lessons to rehearsals and back. Yet, it packs features that make it a great unit for your studio or practice space. A powerful 2-way speaker system boasts four speakers, meaning you don't need to plug the PX-120 into a computer in order to produce sound. But if you do want to record your piano parts, or even control a virtual instrument with the PX-120's excellent weighted hammer-action keyboard, you can connect it to your computer via MIDI and you're ready to work inside any of your favorite DAWs.
Great for lessons:
While the PX-120 is great for recording musicians, it also makes an excellent digital piano for educational settings. You can split the keyboard area in half so that both teacher and student can play the same notes at the same time on their respective sides. A convenient metronome is built-in, and dual headphone jacks also make the PX-120 convenient for practice and rehearsal settings anywhere, anytime. Its hammer-action keyboard with a feel and response that's modeled after true acoustic pianos makes it a great, affordable digital piano for students to practice on before moving to an acoustic piano.
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I love this product. I was excited when i opened the box. The first thing that I noticed were the beautiful 88 keys. But, it is surprisingly light for an 88 keyboard. It feels great. I have put it through its paces with some Mozart and Beethoven. It is responsive and it lets you play soft or hard and everything in between. I haven't tried the drum accompaniment. I can't wait to try it.
I bought the Casio PX-120 because I was looking for a 88-key, light-weight digital keyboard. The keys feel like a regular piano and the features are nice, though I haven't done too much with them. The only drawback is the 'modern' piano setting has a bit of a reverb I don't like.
I went into Guitar Center the other day in need of a digital piano with weighted keys. After years of using my 76 key keyboard and having my hands slip all over the place, it was time to get serious. I stood in the keyboard room, overwhelmed by my choices, but after tinkering on at least a dozen instruments, it became apparent that the Casio PX-120 was 'the One'. I prefer a piano with fairly light action, and I found that many of the digital pianos that were two, even three times as expensive, felt stiff and dull, and provided poor sound quality through the built in speakers. This digital piano completely surpassed my expectations, and continues to do so the more I play it. It's comfortable on the hands. The keys bounce back just like a real grand piano, and the sound is awesome. It also has a brightness setting, so you can alter the tone of the piano to suit your needs! I can't say the other synth sounds that come with it (organ, harpsichord, strings, etc.) are quite as realistic, but that's not this keyboard's main gig. It's supposed to sound like a piano, and it really, really does. As an aside, the salespeople that helped me were really great as well. The whole experience was just awesome. When I got home, I was so excited that I literally hugged it when I took it out of the box. Welcome home, keyboard. Here's to a long and happy relationship.
Ok i play guitar and wasn't too sure what i was looking for, i wanted something that had that greeat paino sound with out that toy effect as a keyboard had, i also wanted the strings, ok so i seen this in a local show room and as soon as i touched it i was in love, this was easy on my wallet and was amazing, i can't tell you how great this is, you have to hear it for yourself. There are 3 grand piano settings so you'll get every tone you want. all i can say is wow and you won't be upset with this, i love the strings and the touch response features is amazing. Also the sustain pedal is included that was also great.
I bought the CASIO PX120 digital piano in Sep 2008 after a lot of research. This was my best choice for a great piano feel (graded hammer action). I only wanted it to play solo piano and no other sounds or styles. It is a great buy for what I required.
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