Casio CTK-3200 61-Key Touch Sensitive Personal Keyboard with Pitch Bend Wheel and Power Supply

Casio CTK-3200 61-Key Touch Sensitive Personal Keyboard with Pitch Bend Wheel and Power Supply

  • 400 AHL keyboard voices and 150 Rhythms
  • 48-note polyphony
  • 61 dynamic touch keys
  • Step-up learning system
  • Audio inputs for a MP3 player to make learning your favorite songs easier
CTK-3200 Features 61 Piano Style Keys Touch Response 48-note polyphony AHL sound source 400 AHL keyboard voices and 150 Rhythms Step Up lesson system Music Challenge Sampling function Can be powered by batteries or with the included AC adapter             The CTK-3200 at a Glance The Casio CTK-3200 is an affordable instrument with a 61 Key Piano Style Touch Sensitive Keyboard, 400 total onboard Tones, 150 Rhythms and Digital Effects. Packed with great features such as Casios famous Step-up Lesson System, audio inputs for a MP3 player, USB port for MIDI implementation and a pitch wheel for additional expression over sounds. All this makes CTK-3200 more realistic and expressive than ever before at this p

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  1. Donald C Berwaldt
    19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent !, December 25, 2012
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    This review is from: Casio CTK-3200 61-Key Touch Sensitive Personal Keyboard with Pitch Bend Wheel and Power Supply (Electronics)
    I decided to learn to play the piano and after researching options, brand names, & bells and whistles I chose this keyboard.
    I paid $120 and am happy with what I got.
    Touch sensitive keys
    Step up lessons
    Pre-loaded songs
    Huge variety of instruments
    Hook up your MP3 player and listen to it through the keyboard (and play along if you’re that good)
    Pitch Bend Wheel (Like a Wa-Wa peddle)
    USB (printer cable) to connect to the computer (not included)
    … and it sounds great !

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  2. J
    16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Works great., January 18, 2013
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    It works great with Mac. It is plug and play, so there was nothing to download. Works with Garage band and other music writing software.

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  3. S. E. Hebert "social scientist, social worker...
    20 of 22 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Pretty spiffy, better than most, but not perfect, tho, December 18, 2013
    This review is from: Casio CTK-3200 61-Key Touch Sensitive Personal Keyboard with Pitch Bend Wheel and Power Supply (Electronics)

    OVERVIEW: After doing extensive research on keyboards – outside of Amazon, too! tho I love Amazon customer reviews, keep it up people! – I chose to buy this keyboard/electronic piano/MIDI controller. Mostly because of its MIDI capabilities, weighted/”touch response” keys and the variety of instruments, rhythms, intro/fill, chord accompaniment, and the Step Up Learning software built-in, assignable Voice Pads, and the auto shut-off feature (I think it’s 30 mins but you’ll have to look it up if you’re interested). I haven’t tried all of the features yet, but I’ve watched them demonstrated and reviewed online, listened to them, and chose this one for those features primarily.

    MY AGE, MY HISTORY WITH MUSIC AND EXPERIENCE LEVEL: I am a beginning piano player in my early 40s with a background in music. I was lucky enough to have music in my public education system and I began in elementary school through high school symphonic band, then played two years in college marching and orchestra bands there. Back then, I played trumpet and moved onto French Horn, but I’ve never lost my interest in making music nor my ability to read and play it. I really wanted to get back into making music, but didn’t know how I would do it, who to play with, or anything besides Open Mic Nights at local cafes and lounges – not my style, at all. About 10 years ago, I bought myself a nice acoustic guitar expressly for the purpose of getting familiar with reading and playing music for my own pleasure and feeling of accomplishment. In less than 6 months (playing almost every day), I taught myself to play a good variety of music, with basic chords and learned where all the notes are, from a beginners guitar book, and I believe I can play most anything now, since I can read musical scores and know where the foundation chords are (or can always look them up and learn that way). Later, I bought myself an electronic drum set (Yamaha), a MIDI controller (M-Audio Axiom 25) to make beats and write simple songs, and finally I got back around to purchasing a basic inexpensive trumpet which I have fun noodling around on.

    WHAT I WANTED AND WHY: This is all to say what my experience has been, my interest, and what knowledge I have going into making a purchase like this. Now, I’m taking weekly piano lessons at a nearby Recreational Center (again, I am lucky enough to have this option, and to have the free time during the day to get the lessons for free through the city’s Rec Development Commission. I can’t tell you the joy I’ve had so far — even though I’ve had lessons for less than 6 months — my first recital (adult potluck social) was nerve-wracking and then utterly thrilling and has really spurred me onto continue learning as much as possible! To me, a piano is another of those instruments that I call “a complete music maker,” like guitar is, IMO. You can play a whole song just with that instrument, and really get some depth and impressive sounds out of it – leading to really moving music, for your own benefit or for playing WITH or for others.

    PRIMARY USAGE: Enter this keyboard. I am a picky user; there’s no doubt about that, and I have specific requirements when I make purchases – always balancing price with features and options – with some being necessary and some I can take or leave. My piano instructor told me, when asked, that I should get a minimum of 61 keys, if I want to continue to take lessons; This one will take me way beyond beginner level, so I’m happy about that. It’ll be used for music education but also some song and beat creation. I’m using a beginner’s piano education book and going though it with my instructor. In this phase of my education, I come home to practice what I’ve learned in my lesson – not unlike a kid whose parent paying for the lessons might insist upon – but I really WANT to do it, because I love love love music, and I love making it, too. Unfortunately, my MIDI controller (25 keys) broke down right before the recital, and going into my next lesson without practice, I was so frustrated and upset. I knew I’d have to pay to have it repaired (but then outgrow it once I got past the first section of the book I’m using) or go ahead and buy a decent keyboard (or try to get a free piano from Craigslist – would they deliver?? LOL) that I could learn on into infinity, that was satisfying to play, like my experience on the digital piano at the rec center, and that I didn’t have to plug up to my computer (awkward, cumbersome, time-consuming, and didn’t always work) – that I could just turn on, start practice, and power off when I’m done. This was a necessary function for me, too.

    FEATURES: Like I said, I bought this for learning and practicing piano – and having a history of playing music and being a dynamic kind of person, the weighted keys were necessary for me – but I also like the idea of it having the extra capabilities to play songs,…

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