This complete keyboard kit features the Casio PX-360, a portable 88-key digital piano. It also includes a stand, sustain pedal, headphones and a keyboard bench. Casio PX-360 (H87442)PX360 is a lightwe... Click To Read More About This Product
This complete keyboard kit features the Casio PX-360, a portable 88-key digital piano. It also includes a stand, sustain pedal, headphones and a keyboard bench.
Casio PX-360 (H87442)
PX360 is a lightweight portable digital piano with 88 full-size, weighted scaled hammer action tri-sensor keys. The third sensor allows the instrument to more accurately emulate the sound of an acoustic piano, and this extraordinary key bed triggers with the feel of an acoustic piano. The Ebony & Ivory feel on the top of the keys enhance this effect. A sound sample library that features Casio’s 4-Layer Stereo Grand Piano Sound, Multi-Dimensional Morphing AiR Sound Source, Hammer Response Simulator and String Resonance Simulator maximizes this triggering mechanism.
Proline PSS2 Sustain Pedal (J20803)
Standard sustain pedal with switchable polarity, usable for any model keyboard with a 1/4" damper pedal input. Larger chassis with rubber skid on the bottom to prevent your pedal from jumping around on hard floors. Silent operation, quality cable.
On-Stage Stands KT7800+ Keyboard Bench (450427)
The deluxe design combines a 3" cushion that provides deluxe comfort for hours of play. A spring loaded double deadbolt locking mechanism keeps the bench at your desired height with complete peace of mind.
Marantz MPH-1 (J33424)
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Comments about Casio Privia PX-360 Digital Piano with Stand Sustain Pedal Deluxe Keyboard Bench and Headphones:
I had CDP-130(two and a half year ago for 1 year)
then I traded it for PX-360.
Since then I have tried a few other keyboards as a second instrument (Yamaha MX61, MOXF8 and Roland FA 08).
At the present time I have PX-360 and Roland FA-08.
Let's say so, I use them 50/50.
Sound - quality of grand piano PX-360 is better then Yamaha (YDPs, DGXs) or Roland (with Super Natural engine).
Quality of other sounds (Strings, Guitar, etc.) - PX has very solid standard. FA for instance has much larger library of sounds but I can give PX slight advantage in this category due to higher quality of sound of grand piano (which is the most important sound for me).
MIDI controller - PX provides very basic access to MIDI parameters. For instance FA by far more open and advanced system. FA is used as MIDI controller for software and for PX as well. FA allows me also to control some hidden within PX MIDI parameters.
Action/feel of keys - FA gives more(easier) control of dynamics than PX.
On FA a keyboard provides a low level of a mechanical noise. PX keyboard mechanically is a noisy instrument.
Price PX costs ~twice lower than FA. However they sit side by side in my home studio.
Summary - I play on FA due to higher keyboard quality and very powerful a MIDI controller ability.
PX is used as a sound bank every time I need the grand piano sound (which is way over 90% of all time).
three stars - Gained for Grand Piano sound.
two stars lost - due to ignorance of a need to be a true home instrument with much quieter mechanics
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