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  • mrsjupymrsjupy

    Great learning tool

    Casio CTK-591Published on 08/12/13 at 08:39
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    61-key synth with

    My rating: 8

    UTILIZATION

    Very simple to use

    My rating: 9

    OVERALL OPINION

    Keyboard piano with his right, it sure is not comparable to a real digital piano, but for a start, it is already good.
    I used the last ten years and I learned a lot.
    Touch is dynamic rather soft when compared to a digital piano.
    It is lightweight, easily transportable and especially robust.

    My rating: 9
  • PanpanLikesMetalPanpanLikesMetal

    Casio CTK-591Published on 04/21/08 at 04:37
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - What type of keyboard (piano synth ...)? How many octaves?
    arranger keyboard, 5 octaves

    - What connections (audio, MIDI ...)?
    between 6.35 micro jack with volume knob boosts, audio jack 6.35, MIDI in and out, making PDAL

    - How many sounds and styles available? Are ditables?
    246 sounds (including 128 GM) + 9 drum kits; possibility of two sounds shuffled once, and Spar in the keyboard 2. 120 auto accompaniment styles available programmable.
    WPS 100.

    - Has he an effects section?
    not

    Transposition + / - 1 octave, VLOC recordable voice 2x2

    UTILIZATION

    - The configuration gnrale Is it easy?
    yes, it gets a bit more complex if we use the MIDI and rglages when yo…
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    - What type of keyboard (piano synth ...)? How many octaves?
    arranger keyboard, 5 octaves

    - What connections (audio, MIDI ...)?
    between 6.35 micro jack with volume knob boosts, audio jack 6.35, MIDI in and out, making PDAL

    - How many sounds and styles available? Are ditables?
    246 sounds (including 128 GM) + 9 drum kits; possibility of two sounds shuffled once, and Spar in the keyboard 2. 120 auto accompaniment styles available programmable.
    WPS 100.

    - Has he an effects section?
    not

    Transposition + / - 1 octave, VLOC recordable voice 2x2

    UTILIZATION

    - The configuration gnrale Is it easy?
    yes, it gets a bit more complex if we use the MIDI and rglages when you are not habitubr />
    - The manual is clear and sufficient? ...
    yes

    The keyboard has a system that learning: you can learn in three stages (rhythm, notes, rhythm and notes) each dmo, ca I learned a lot of classical pieces for piano and therefore progress normment

    OVERALL OPINION

    - How long have you use it?
    2 ½ years

    - What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    most: trs not expensive, VLOC keys, lots of sounds, learning system.
    minimum: with classical piano, sometimes just five octaves, a supplmentaire would not hurt, no pitch bend, not all sounds good trs [brass, guitars ]

    - Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    in this price range I tried one but there was not much VLOC or sound and rhythm, and could not stand for MIDI.

    - How do you report qualitprix?
    trs is good when you see the price of most keyboards of this type do not have a keyboard esprer excellent

    - With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...
    I would have better sound but for now I'm not DCID abandon because I like him to play at home is great, if you want to do concerts, it's better to have one another.
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