Hey now! You're looking at a super cool revolutionary vintage keyboard.

This is an early 80s Casiotone 701 CT-701.

As quoted in their catalog "The worlds first electronic keyboard to include Melody Guide Function"

A pioneering instrument that even a complete beginner could enjoy playing with ease - absolutely revolutionary.

This is one of those cool 80's keyboards that produce tones that you won't find anywhere else.

The analog/digital design means those big fat organ tones are right at your fingertips.

61 full size keys make you feel right at home. 20 selectable tones- everything from Electric Piano to Flute to Jazz Organ to Wah Brass are built right in.

After that you have Octave select, Sustain, and two selectable vibratos, adjustable for delay.

16 rhythms are adjustable for tempo and dual Sound Effect buttons.

The Sound Effects are Atari-esque lazer noises- a little out of place on an organ- makes it even cooler.

There are also a built in sequencer and arpeggiator. This is just a blast to play. The back panel has jacks for Sustain, Footswitch, High & Low Line Outs, & Phones- as well as a Tune knob.

The look is great- the wood here provides an impressive aesthetic.

This Casiotone is in great overall condition. Tested and works as it should- the onboard speaker also works perfectly.

It includes an adapter so you can plug right in and play.

Don't miss out on a piece of electronic keyboard history with this CT-701.

Thanks for looking!

Listed5 days ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
Very Good items may show a few slight marks or scratches but are fully functional and in overall great shape.learn more
  • CT-701 Casiotone 61-Key Synthesizer
  • Wooden
Made In
  • Japan
Number of Keys
  • 61 Keys

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