Casio WK-245 EPA 76-Key EPA Premium Keyboard Package with Headphones, Stand, Power Supply, 6-Foot USB Cable and eMedia Instructional Software

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Casio WK-245 EPA 76-Key EPA Premium Keyboard Package with Headphones, Stand, Power Supply, 6-Foot USB Cable and eMedia Instructional Software

Casio’s WK245 76 Key Keyboard offers 76 Piano-style touch-response keys, 48 note polyphony, 600 Tones, 180 Rhythms, 32 Registration memory and 152 Songs this Casio Workstations follows a long tradition of Casio Workstations that meet the demands of players from beginner to pro. This pack comes with everything you need to get started right away. The Samson HP30 closed back studio headphones feature a comfortable, heavily padded headband and ear cups with 40mm drivers and a frequency range of 20 to 20,000hz. These are loud earphones with an impedance rating of 32 Ohms and a 105 dB / mw sensitivity rating. The keyboard stand is a heavy-duty, single braced, steel, keyboard stand that will hold 49, 61, 76 and 88-key keyboards with a maximum weight of 130 lbs. Secure-Lock height adjustment from 25.25 to 38.75 inches for seated to standing performance positions. Non-Marking rubber end caps. There will be no need for batteries either with the included power supply. This package also comes with eMedia Piano and Keyboard Starter software & USB cable. The software includes over 50 step-by-step lessons starting from basics such as hand position to note reading, time signatures, playing with both hands and more! Piano teacher Irma Justicia has taught at the renowned Juilliard School of Music. Learn from either the music notation or an animated keyboard. Songs include recorded audio, variable-speed MIDI and MIDI accompaniments. When paired with a USB 2.0 Cable, which is included, this software can work in with your MIDI keyboard so you can get specific feed back on playing mistakes. Also includes a digital metronome and recorder.

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Anonymous says:

The working man’s Steinway

Anonymous says:

Not Best for Live Performance

Anonymous says:

A perfect toss between professional and super cheap


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