The CTK-4200, LK-280 and WK-225 are designed to advance the skill sets of amateur and intermediate musicians.
The latest Casio keyboards will be on display in Booth # 736 at the 2011 Summer NAMM Session, July 21st-23rd at the Nashville Convention Center in Nashville, Tennessee.
The keyboards feature a 5-song and 6-track recorder. In addition, Casio delivers 600 built-in tones which include stereo grand piano tones.
The keyboards are equipped with Casio’s Step-up Lesson System. The WK-225 features a 76-Key Piano Style Touch-Response keyboard and has the ability to import additional songs utilizing the SDHC Card slot. Casio’s LK-280 is designed to teach with the aid of the lighted 61-Key Piano Style Touch-Response keyboard, according to the company.
Furthermore, each new model features a class-compliant USB port. The new series also includes an audio input which transforms the keyboard into a stereo speaker system for a MP3 player.
The new keyboards will be available at music retailers in August 2011. The CTK-4200 will be available for an MSRP of $249.00 and the LK-280 and WK-225 will be available for an MSRP of $299.00. Visit CASIO digital pianos page for more information.
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