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Monday, May 25, 2009

Digital Keyboard Reviews: Casio LK-210 Lighted Keyboard

Casio LK-210 Lighted Keyboard

The Casio LK-210 Lighted Keyboard

The Casio LK-210 Lighted Keyboard is a moderately priced keyboard that's great for beginners. My younger brother regularly rocks out to some Jesu Bleibet Meine Freude on his, and it sounds great. He learned it, of course, through the LK-210's lighted keys and three-step learning program.

Casio LK-210 Features

Anyways, it's time to get to the nitty gritty of this Casio LK-210 review. The 61 key LK-210 features 264 tones, 120 rhythms, and 100 songs. It also includes a USB port for computer connectivity and an SD card port for additional data. Additionally, it has 32-note polyphony and a microphone jack.

This digital keyboard lacks, however, touch responsive keys - rendering it unsuitable for anyone but beginners. Without on the fly volume control like an acoustic piano, I reckon you're gonna have some difficulty playing with passion and expression.

Casio LK-210 Review - Final Analysis

The Casio LK-210 is a fine digital keyboard mainly directed towards beginning players and children. The lighted keys are an invaluable lesson tool and are highly appealing to kids, but to the experienced keyboardists they are rather gimmicky. Plus the lack of touch responsive keys is a major detriment to anyone looking to play some serious piano pieces. If you're looking for a nice digital keyboard to get started then the Casio LK-210 might be for you!

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