Reviews and Problems with Casio CTK-3200 61 Key Piano Style Touch Response Keyboard
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Casio CTK-3200 review
Robert, B&H Photo
3 February 2014
Excerpt: The keyboard works very well. The only complaint that I have is that the music stand is very weak. It does not hold sheet music well. It will hold a thin sturdy book but will not hold individual sheets without extra support.
Summary: When the keyboard arrived I was immediately disappointed with the sound quality. The Kawai X20 keyboard I bought at a yard sale actually has a much nicer tone. The board is configurable enough to suit my needs and the step up lessons seem to be helping. The inability to save the current set up means the same choices must be made every time the machine is turned on. I purchased the keyboard on sale and it is worth that much.
Summary: lots of features for a minimal price! It is very light but sturdy and comes with an easy to read display which shows what key/note you're hitting and where you are on the piano. the touch response is awesome! you won't find anything better at this price! especially with MIDI capability. display also shows what keys to hit on the songs loaded on the piano. I would definitely recommend!
Summary: Sorry - decided to return the electric keyboard. Nothing wrong with it and the price was a real bargain - just much more complicated than I'd hoped. Tried it several times (and I DO play the piano) but seemed like more of a chore than the fun I'd hoped it would be.
Summary: For a beginner, this keyboard is very good, and the price is excellent. Unlike the basic model, the keys in this model are touch-sensitive, which means the harder you press, the louder the sound you get, just like a real piano.
Summary: Timely delivery; Good price for a decent keyboard with velocity-sensitive keys (some cheaper models are not, even though they claim to be "touch-sensitive") to substitute a piano, though it lacks the piano "feel" when playing and pedal had to be bought separately.