76 standard-size keys make the Casio WK-225 a great step toward learning the piano while providing all the technology of a full-featured digital keyboard at an exceptional price. The WK-225 features p... Read More
76 standard-size keys make the Casio WK-225 a great step toward learning the piano while providing all the technology of a full-featured digital keyboard at an exceptional price. The WK-225 features piano-style, touch-response keyboard and 48-note polyphony so you can play dense arrangements without notes dropping out. Like the Casio CTK-4200, it has a 5-song/6-track recorder and 600 dynamic, inspirational sounds to choose from, including a stereo grand piano. Built-in reverb and chorus effects add depth and realism to the sounds.
Plus, the Casio WK-225 has features to take you further than a piano can, including a mic input with sampling (up to 10 seconds); 180 built-in rhythms that provide individual drum patterns or a full accompaniment in a variety of styles, providing a virtual backup band that follows your chord changes. Lightweight and compact, it can operate on battery power so you can take your music anywhere with you, or you can use its included AC power adapter.
The Casio WK-225 also features Casio's Step Up Lesson System, which allows novice users to learn at their own individual pace. Utilizing the LCD display, aspiring musicians can learn both music notation and correct hand positioning, while Casio’s innovative lesson system evaluates performance so you can track your progress.
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You have to play about an inch from the back of the keys for them to sound. Really curve your fingers, because the keys are already more than 1/2" shorter than standard. The WK-110 which I was wishing to replace plays fine despite its short keys. Now I don't know what to buy. I am a professional player, but I'm not strong enough for bigger pianos, and neither the stage nor my car trunk are wide enough for an 88. I loved my WK-110, tho. Sturdy, dependable, batteries last, great value. What a shame they had to "improve" the keys. But the 110 is not available any more. Thanks, Casio.
I did a lot of research to find the best value in my price range. My piano and voice teacher has a baby grand piano in his studio so I have a basis for comparison. The Casio Wk-225 exceeds my expectations in terms of sound quality and numerous features. I especially like the 180 built-in rhythms. I reviewed Yamaha in my price range and felt that you get more for your money on the low-end from Casio. I am very happy with my choice.
I was offered a gig for a Christmas church service and needed a piano to practice on. Since getting an upright or grand piano was way out of my budget, I opted to get a keyboard just for practice purposes. I'm impressed with the quality of this keyboard for the price. All I needed was a set of keys to practice on, but this keyboard offers so much more than that. I'm excited to experiment and make some music!
The keyboard is nice and light. The shimmering fabric over the speakers is nice, and the music stand is bowed to hold larger books, which I appreciate. The power cord was included, along with two song books. On the back are USB port, sustain/assignable jack, mic volume, mic in/sampling jack, audio in jack, DC 9.5V terminal and phones/output jack. Fast shipping (ordered Friday eve. and arrived Monday)
This keyboard was recommended by my daughters teacher. We are very happy with the functions, sound quality and overall features. Sounds very professional for the price.
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