Casio CDP-120 Digital Piano

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88-note contemporary digital piano with five built-in tones and digital effects.

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

If you want to play without technology in your way, this is the piano for you.

 
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CasioCDP-120 88 Weighted-Key Digital Piano
 
4.3

(based on 4 reviews)

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4.0

Good buy for price

By Big Al

from Upstate NY

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Pros

  • Easy to Use
  • Realistic Sound
  • Responsive / Good Action
  • Touch Sensitive Keys

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Accompaniment

    Comments about Casio CDP-120 88 Weighted-Key Digital Piano:

    Simple to use, not a lot of extras that confuse. Good touch sensitivity

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    5.0

    Great value

    By Bob Cap

    from NY, NY

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    Pros

    • Easy to Use
    • Portable
    • Realistic Sound
    • Responsive / Good Action
    • Touch Sensitive Keys

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Learning
      • School Bands
      • Travel

      Comments about Casio CDP-120 88 Weighted-Key Digital Piano:

      Great value. Sound & action great at this price.

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      (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Casio CDP-120 Digital Piano

      By andy

      from abington, pa

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            Comments about Casio CDP-120 88 Weighted-Key Digital Piano:

            I bought it for my child to start piano lesson. So far, it's working great!

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            (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            Short version: Don't use the onboard speakers, and this is a really nice piano.

            By Frederick Geil

            from Undisclosed

            Comments about Casio CDP-120 88 Weighted-Key Digital Piano:

            After unpacking this piano, I (obviously) noodled around with it a bit. It didn't take long for me to realize that the speakers in it are terrible. They both buzz badly, even at low volume. I was about to send it back to exchange, but my wife said she didn't care. Since the piano was for her, I let it be. Later, I tried using it through headphones, and WOW. The sound was amazing. I thought I was playing an actual piano. The feel of the graduated and hammer weighted keys was pretty darned good for an instrument at this price point, and once I quit using the onboard speakers, I won't get rid of this one until it dies. I thought I liked the sound through the headphones, but just for giggles, I played the "electric piano" setting through my Ampeg bass amp. Double my previous WOW. I had visions of Fender Rhodes pianos dancing through my ears.

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