Casio LK-100
Casio LK-100
darkwolf291 04/01/2011

Casio LK-100 : darkwolf291's user review

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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 the rhythm you choose. There is also a built in 3-step lesson for learning how to play a song. The keys light up so you can learn how to play one of the 100 songs the keyboard has. There are three modes....Normal (the keyboard functions as normal), Casio Chord (the piano plays a tone when you hit a correct chord on the lower octaves) and Fingered (no chords). There's a button to turn the key light on and off.


This is easy to setup and use. Either put batteries in or use an adapter (not included) to power it and play. To select a song, you press the Song Bank button, then type the number of the song you want, then press play. It counts off one bar then plays the song. To select a rhythm, press Rhythm then type in the number, and to change tones, you press the Tone button then type in the number. You can slow the tempo down or speed it up by pressing ^ or v on the tempo button.


The sounds from this are digital, and you can tell. A lot of the piano tones sound very digital. Same with the guitar and bass tones. The rest sound good. The organ tones sound great. I would have liked a wider range of Synth tones than what it has though. This is not a pressure sensitive or weighted key piano. Press it down and it sounds, no matter how hard or soft you press, it sounds the same. It has an option for a sustain pedal, but I haven't used it.