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The Casio LK-220 makes playing easy with its lighted keyboard lesson system that makes it perfect for anyone wanting to to learn how to play piano. With 61 touch-sensitive, lighted, piano-style keys, the LK-220 keyboard has 400 built-in tones, including a nice mix of stereo piano and acoustic instruments. Built-in DSP reverb effects add more depth and breadth to your self-created compositions. Other important features include 150 rhythm patterns, 150 one-touch presets, USB port, general MIDI compatibility, mic input, sampling, and a bank of 110 songs. The LK-220 keyboard also comes with it's own music rest.
Requires 6 AA-size batteries (not included) or optional AD-5 power supply.
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A good keyboard to start with and also USB/Midi capable
I get this keyboard to practice the piano basic skills, like chords and harmony theory, and during this I discovered a funny fact about the volumen control: If you play synth-like sounds using the included reverb, you can make some cool effects like the modern electronic songs, just require a little timing.
Mine has around 9 years, I don't play it very often, so it is in good condition. The best and useful feature is the USB/Midi capability, so you can use this keyboard as a Midi input for DAW software like Fruity Loops, so you can use the quality sounds from this software instead of the midi-quality included.
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