Summary: When you first open the package for this D-Piano, you will see a sleek, jet-black, contemporary digital piano. I do not call it a keyboard because it far exceeds the expectations for a keyboard. The touch-sensitive, weighted keys feel just like the keys for a real concert grand. All 88 keys are there.
Summary: Great price. Amazing product. Always wanted to learn to play the piano. With lessons and teaching tricks so available on the internet I can use the Privia to have a ball. Playing a piano in a group of friends is like taking a walk with a new puppy - you will be the center of attention. Sound is like a moderately priced grand piano. Beautiful music on a poor man's budget. Highly recommended.
Summary: For the past few days, I've been going around to various electronics stores and banging away on all the keyboards they have for sale. I don't know if I'm serious about buying one, but I have to say this: of all the ones I've tried, this one had the action that was most convincingly like a real piano.
Summary: I must say that I am impressed with the quality and pricing of the Privia 120. I purchased this as an upgrade from a YPT-210 66 key Yamaha keyboard. Since I have no traditional piano/keyboard music experience, I was really looking for a product that is affordable and easy to use. With the simplicity of the board the Privia 120 was perfect for me. I was also confident that my purchased would be handled accurately through Amazon as the seller.
Summary: The annoying sound mentioned in other reviews is also present on my PX120. It sounds like jingle bells in the background. It is important to note that this is not an artifact of the speakers, you will hear it on headphones as well. Also, it is not just 3 notes, it occurs on various chords as well. I don't understand the complaint of 1/4 inch jacks. If this is a problem to you, spend $2.95 and buy an adapter. I rate the keyboard 4 stars because it does have a great feel.
Summary: This comes quite close to the feel of a real piano--much closer than anything else I've tried out in this price range. My only complaint is that the keys are made of very cheap plastic, and if your fingers are dry they can be terribly slippery. For the price and overall feel of this keyboard, I consider it a minor complaint.
Summary: This is a great keyboard for beginners like myself. I've been playing on this keyboard for about 6 months and I have to say I do enjoy it, but I do wish the "buzz" sounds on some keys would go away. The keys are weighted but they do get "loose" overtime. it gets pretty lose if you play it heavily for few months. The best part about this keyboard is the weight.
Summary: The Casio Privia PX-120 is a perfect budget digital piano. I consider myself fairly knowledgeable about the feel between digital and acoustic pianos and I must say that the PX-120 does an outstanding job replicating the sound and feel of a real grand piano. There may not be many fancy features but it gets the job done. I'm a little upset how there is no 1/4" audio output or no USB output as well but I'll live.
A perfect digital piano for a novice or a professional.
L. Desantis, Amazon
9 June 2009
Summary: A full-size, weighted key keyboard was long overdue for me, and I couldn't be happier with the Casio PX-120. I mulled over several choices while shopping for a digital piano, and assumed I'd be spending at least a thousand dollars on something. I wasn't really looking forward to dropping that kind of money in an afternoon, but I needed an instrument that could accommodate rehearsals and professional performances, that felt light enough under my fingers to produce...