Casio LK-50
Casio LK-50

LK-50, Keyboard Arranger from Casio in the Key Lightning series.

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Tyokkann 03/12/2005

Casio LK-50 : Tyokkann's user review


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Audience: Beginners
Arranger keyboard 5 octaves - 61 keys with a dynamic point of support for split
System illuminated buttons (off) to learn more easily and to play rapidememnt

137 different sounds
100 different rhythms and accompaniments
4 different methods of support: normal, casio chord, fingered, FULL RANGE CHORD
100 Song Bank: a bank of 100 pre-recorded songs

Transpose -12 / +12
Tune -50 / +50
Master volume control
Setting the tempo
Intro, Synchro / Ending, Normal / Fill In, Variation / Fill In for accompagnemet
Adjusting the volume accompanying
Metronome with adjustable January-June
Touch Response to enable or disable the dynamic keys
Key Light to enable or disable the brightness of the keys

Split to separate the keyboard in two, providing the opportunity to play two different sounds, 100 x 100 = 10,000 possible combianisons
2èm Layer to add a sound to the entire keyboard in normal mode (not split) or 100 x 100 = 10,000 possible combinations
Split Mode + layer 2èm you can assign a sound to the first part of the keyboard and the 2èm 2èm part of the keyboard, or 10,000 x 10,000 = 100,000,000 possible combinations

Learning method in 3 lessons (Step1, Step2, Step3)
Keypad 0 to 9 and buttons "+" and "-" for easy selection of sounds and settings.

Ability to memorize what you play on two tracks

Full MIDI implementation
A headphone / audio OUT
A decision assignable

Power jack - Power supplied by AC adapter 9V
Dimensions: 94 x 37 x 13, Weight: 5.3 Kg


No editing sounds.
General configuration very simple.
An excellent arranger keyboard with a very good sound quality. Casio is much improved sound quality in the arranger of the last few years. It is simply close to the quality Yamaha.
Ideal for beginners, to train, learn, but to call for confirmation.
Use very simple and intuitive.
This keyboard is also be a good master keyboard 61 keys.
Manual clear and virtually useless.


Buy from a friend for her 12 year old son who learned to play relatively quickly bitch system illuminated keys.
If you find an arranger keyboard quality, lightweight and easy to use coupled with a 61-key master keyboard highly effective for a reasonable price, please.
What I like least is the aspect is always a little too "toy" Casio arrangers in call quality.
A choice that I will not hesitate for my kid ..... when I have a looool.