Casio CTK3200 61 Key Keyboard

Regular Price: RRP $299

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Casio CTK3200 61 Key Keyboard

CTK3200
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Description

Casio CTK3200 61 Key Keyboard

The CTK-3200 is the ideal start for ambitious music fans: With its 61 touch-sensitive keys, 150 rhythms, 110 songs, sampling function and pitch bend wheel, it brings out the joy of playing a keyboard. Very well equipped, including an audio input for connecting a CD or MP3 player. Your favourite tunes are played over the keyboard speakers in "half playback" so you can play along, with the keyboard part. The CTK-3200 is equipped with a fully developed learning system for effective keyboard training: The practice piece is split up into individual sections of several bars, in the same way as in traditional instrument lessons, and is then learnt section-by-section. With the help of the sampling function, you can also record noises and voices directly via the audio input and play them with the voice pads.

Product Highlights

  •     400 AHL keyboard voices
  •     48-note polyphony
  •     61 dynamic touch keys
  •     Step-up learning system
  •     150 rhythms
  •     Sampling function
  •     Music Challenge
  •     Voice pad function
  •     Audio input
  •     Pitch bend wheel
  •     USB Plug & Play
  •     Headphone connection
  •     Speaker system
Manufacture
Casio

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