Casio wk 110

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Casio wk 110

so I decided to upload a video to test the sound quality of my new Wk-110 and to benefit those who are wondering what it sounds like before you go out to purchase it. I`ve been working on these songs for the past couple of days by playing by ear.. and obviously you can tell its pretty amateur due to lack of sufficient practice xD

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I am very satisfied with it. Thanks eBay & the person who sold it. I lead worship @ church and I use a Casio WK 110 Keyboard. I `ve had mine for 4-5 years. I had been looking for another Casio WK 110 for sometime just in case mine "messed up" as a back-up, I didn`t want a different model or brand because if I did I would have to re-arrange all the songs (about 200) in my songbook. I was so glad to find one on eBay and actually it`s in better condition than mine as far as bumps & bruises from taking it here and there. I would definitely buy this keyboard again. Quite a bit of keyboard for such a low price. The WK-110 has some pretty good sounds, especially the grand piano. Now I will say it does lack a little in the key department, they are less springy than a regular keyboard style but are hardly piano style. They still feel plastic and light. Some of the other sounds are good too. If you are looking for an excellent beginner keyboard or don`t want to spend the money on a digital piano, this would be an adequate alternative. Этот товар не должен находиться на этой странице.

5.0 out of 5 stars Has a nice feel to it and nice sound; recommended By Len on July 6, 2008 This contents of this review are based on that fact that this keyboard costs under $200. Just knowing that it costs under $200 should tell you right off the bat this is not for a professional musician, nor will it have professional quality and tone. However, if you are like me and just beginning or even perhaps an intermediate musician looking for a practice keyboard, this is probably the keyboard you want to buy. I tried out many many keyboard in the $200 price range and this is the ONLY one I would buy. If it were not for this keyboard, I would have spent over $500 on a Yamaha. What I like about this is the keyboard has a semi-weighted feel to the keys and the piano tones are very lush and nice. The organ tones as well are awesome. After using it for a few months the keys are starting to `crackle` a little and realistically this keyboard could probably only stand about 3-4 years of use before it breaks down. I have no regrets at all about purchasing this. If I continue to play and enjoy playing, I will probably go out and buy a $700 range professional digital piano or keyboard down the road and sell this one or give it away. Also, you do need to purchase an a/c power supply (so add another $20) and probably a simple stand ($25). So make sure you factor in another $45 for accessories. If you are the type of person who likes to buy once and have a product for life, this may not be what you are looking for. I would recommend a higher quality instrument. If you just want to start playing right away and don`t have a big budget, this is the ONE keyboard to get. Quite frankly, almost any keyboard under $200 is a piece of junk!

5.0 out of 5 stars Has a nice feel to it and nice sound; recommended This contents of this review are based on that fact that this keyboard costs under $200. Just knowing that it costs under $200 should tell you right off the bat this is not for a professional musician, nor will it have professional quality and tone. However, if you are like me and just beginning or even perhaps an intermediate musician looking for a practice keyboard, this is probably the keyboard you want to buy. I tried out many many keyboard in the $200 price range and this is the ONLY one I would buy. If it were not for this keyboard, I would have spent over $500 on a Yamaha. What I like about this is the keyboard has a semi-weighted feel to the keys and the piano tones are very lush and nice. The organ tones as well are awesome. After using it for a few months the keys are starting to `crackle` a little and realistically this keyboard could probably only stand about 3-4 years of use before it breaks down. I have no regrets at all about purchasing this. If I continue to play and enjoy playing, I will probably go out and buy a $700 range professional digital piano or keyboard down the road and sell this one or give it away. Also, you do need to purchase an a/c power supply (so add another $20) and probably a simple stand ($25). So make sure you factor in another $45 for accessories. If you are the type of person who likes to buy once and have a product for life, this may not be what you are looking for. I would recommend a higher quality instrument. If you just want to start playing right away and don`t have a big budget, this is the ONE keyboard to get. Quite frankly, almost any keyboard under $200 is a piece of junk!