Casio CDP120 Black For Beginer First Play Electric Piano Cheap Price

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The Casio CDP120 Digital Piano is a model that the manufacturer targets directly to a beginner audience. As a result, other features are removed and the cost of the sound and keyboard is concentrated.
The sound of the CDP 120 is designed in an acoustic style and has high compression, ensuring sound accuracy for beginners. This is an important factor that determines the sophistication in the sound of people who start learning music later. A guitar with a non-standard sound is a great danger to beginners. Its importance is like being the first to teach a baby to speak. The teacher speaks wrongly, speaks the local language, the baby will also be wrong.
4 keyboard modes: heavy, medium, light and off
This is the most outstanding feature of the CDP120. With advanced technology, 4 keyboard modes only available in these new generations of digital pianos help players of all ages to practice and perform at each keyboard level, suitable for their level and level of play. his age.
This is the most unique feature, extremely useful for finger training in the early stages of learning music. 4 keyboard modes along with accurate sounds help players get the first stage of learning music methodically and properly.
Digital effects: arpeggio (10 types), chorus (5 types)
- Double keyboard
- With damper pedal (stretching)
- 100% new, in original condition, unboxed and assembled at home
- Free electric piano chair

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