Digital pianos are sometimes confused with keyboards, but there are a few important differences. Digital pianos are the same length as a traditional acoustic piano (about 88 notes or 7 to 8 octaves), whereas keyboards are smaller with around 61-76 notes. Read more
Casio Celviano AP620
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|The AP610-BK is a true Ensemble Digital Piano. With 250 tones, 180 rhythms, auto accompaniments, LCD screen, SD card slot and USB connnectability, this instrument combines versatility, style and affordability all in one! Perfect for the entire family!
- 250 pro-quality tones including stereo-sampled grand piano tone
- 180 rhythms including ethnic rhythms and patterns for piano play
- Rhythm Editor (10 user rhythms)
- Tone selector buttons provide quick and simple access to GRAND PIANO, ELEC PIANO, and other tones.
- Four rhythm selector buttons for simple genre-based rhythm selection.
- Newly enhanced Music Preset feature now includes chord progressions for one-touch access to setups for a wide range of music styles. (300 presets and 50 user areas)
- Registration (total 96 set-ups)
- One Touch Preset (180 presets)
- Auto Harmonize
- Full-dot LCD with backlight
- Digital effects: reverbs, choruses, brilliance, DSP (preset for some tones)
- Selectable temperament
- Layer, Split
- Octave Shift
- Operation Lock function protects against unintentional button operations.
- Line IN / OUT jacks (L / MONO, R for each)
- Multi-track Recorder: 17 tracks x 5 songs, approximately 10,000 notes per song
- 3 pedals (damper, soft, sostenuto) with damper half-pedal operation support