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  • Casio XW-G1

    Casio XW-G1 - "One of the best from Casio"


    The Casio XW-G1 is a 61 key synth, it is well made and has a futuristic look and finish to it. It has a 13 track sequencer on it and a backlit display. The XW-G1 has 6 oscillators on it, you can use it for gigging or for studio production. Each indiv…

  • Casio XW-P1

    Casio XW-P1 - "perfect for a live musician"


    The Casio XW-P1 is a synthesizer that is more designed for live use, but can be used in a studio or at home for playing and practicing with. The Casio XW-P1 has a 6 oscillator monophonic solo synth on it that creates some amazing tones effortlessly.…

  • Casio Casiotone 405

    Casio Casiotone 405 - "analog rocks"


    The CasioTone 405 from Casio is a 49 key analog keyboard that can take 2 different inputs (foot switch and a sustain pedal). It also has an out put for your headphone jack. Since its analog and its an older keyboard from Casio there really wasn’t to…

  • Casio Casiotone 403

    Casio Casiotone 403 - "quality"


    The Casio Tone 403 is a Great keyboard for the money! Much better than the PX-310 which I replaced. My main keyboard is a Roland FP-7, which is far superior in touch and sound (65 lbs) but the Casio is more practical for the gigs that require hauling…

  • Casio VL-1

    Casio VL-1 - "Great little dinky Synth"


    This is a two and a half octave analog synth that was made by Casio. While it was originally very cheap and didn't really hold up to a professional level, it's child-like, toy-sounding qualities lend an endearing and interesting charm to music. In fa…

  • Casio LK-100

    Casio LK-100 - "Great Digital Piano"


    This is a 61 Key digital piano. It has a Mic in, Headphones/Output, Sustain pedal input, A MIDI out and in, and a 9V DC, center negative in. There are 100 built in tones/instruments, 50 Rhythms, and 100 Songs. You can adjust the tempo of the song and…

  • Casio DG-20

    Casio DG-20 - "An all around Bad Idea"


    This is probably one of the most ridiculous instruments I've ever encountered in my relatively short lifetime. It's a digital MIDI guitar, made in the 80s (of course). It's basically a guitar synthesizer, and while it has real strings and plays like …

  • Casio MT-45

    Casio MT-45 - moosers's review


    The Casio MT-45 is a mini keyboard that is on the older side. I don’t know exactly when these were made, but it’s definitely got sort of an 80’s vibe to it in both sound and look. The keyboard is all mini sized keys, spanning a total of four octave…

  • Casio SK-1

    Casio SK-1 - moosers's review


    The Casio SK-1 is a small sampling keyboard that is one of the first of it’s kind. It has become somewhat of a revered keyboard over the years, although I’m sure it’s makers didn’t think that it would ever be. It’s general characteristics include c…

  • Casio CTK-501

    Casio CTK-501 - "Cheap beginner keyboard, good for learning."


    This is a digital keyboard with a lot of features. It has a sound library of over 100 sounds, as well as a drum machine with 100 different beats and a song bank of 100 songs. The songs range from "How Deep is your Love", to "The Girl from Ipanema", a…