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Casio CDP-120 Digital Piano

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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 37.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 37.9 pounds
  • ASIN: B0064RTTEQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #37,275 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 8, 2011

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Casio CDP-120 Digital Piano


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Pros: ~The sound quality is good enough for me.
Connor
Note that you won't find a 76-key or 61-key keyboard with an effective weighted action, so you'll have to buy an 88-key piano.
Snap, Crackle and Pop
I love this thing and find myself playing for at least an hour a day!
smashie123

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63 of 68 people found the following review helpful By PositiveLogic TOP 500 REVIEWER on November 5, 2012
I UPDATED THIS REVIEW FOR ANYONE WHO LOOKING FOR A DIGITAL PIANO DESIGNED FOR A SERIOUS STUDENT.

***HERE'S WHAT I ORIGINALLY WROTE IN NOVEMBER 2012

I was looking for a digital piano that allowed me to have all the same feel and sound of an acoustic piano, but allows me to use headphones at times when there are kids studying. We have an acoustic piano, so I didn't feel like spending a lot on this. After my initial research, I decided to get Williams Allegro. While probably suitable for a beginner, I found it was not quite as close to a real piano as what I needed. So after some more research, watching many YouTube videos, and reading digital piano blogs (yes, they exist), I confidently stepped up the the plate and spent a hundred bucks more on a Casio CDP-120, in spite of Casio's image as manufacturer of novelty keyboards that are more like toys, I am happy to report that this is a serious high-level instrument for serious pianists. Here are highlights:

1) Sounds like a real piano.

2) Solid, but not too heavy (about 35 pounds or so)

3) Perfect action. I can play a range of dynamics and this captures all the nuance that you'd need, unless you're Lang Lang, Chick Corea, Chihiro yamanaka, Hiromi or David Benoit.

No Complaints whatsoever. Even though Amazon does not sell this item directly, I was able to buy this online from a company called Woodwind & Brasswind which not only matched MusicianFriend's price, they also shipped it via Priority UPS for free. They did a fantastic job.
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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Snap, Crackle and Pop on December 28, 2012
If you're looking for an entry-level digital piano - the point you likely shouldn't go below - the Casio CDP-120 is probably your choice. The key action is sufficiently realistic, and from time to time it can be found at a significant discount from the list price. (But note that at close to list price, there are probably better options for the money - such as the Casio Privia PX150.)

WEIGHTED KEY ACTION: Anyone interested in playing a digital piano that feels like an acoustic piano - and most people should be - will want to get a digital piano that uses weighted keys and responds well to how hard or soft you strike the key. The Casio CDP-120 and the Yamaha P35 are currently the least expensive digital pianos that provide a reasonably realistic feel.

Note that you won't find a 76-key or 61-key keyboard with an effective weighted action, so you'll have to buy an 88-key piano. Even if you think that's more than you need or can fit in your space, it's worth finding a way.

ENOUGH TONES: While the CDP-120 has a limited range of instrument tones (5), that won't matter much. Most people will use just the primary grand piano tone. In addition, there is always the option to connect out through the USB port to use a computer to achieve any tone you'd like to use.

LOOKING GOOD: In addition, the Casio CDP-120 is attractively designed - sleek and simple, not a lot of switches and displays on the top. The controls are simple and clear.

A few people have commented that they are not impressed with the built-in speakers. Attaching an external amp/speaker is relatively easy and not expensive, so that's always an option if you wish.
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Mike the K on May 6, 2012
I played this at GC's keyboard room. The Casio 120's keys felt as good as any electronic
keybed costing twice as much or more: really! Good solid weight and feel. The only thing
holding me back was the limited sounds - 5 -. I wanted more sounds. In spite of that
I would have bought this if not for a used yamaha 640 - for a buck and a half more.
This keyboard felt as good as any keyboard in the showroom (ok I didn't play the over $1500.00 models).

Sounds: only five sounds; 2 acoustic piano sounds, clavicord, elec piano, and synth.
The piano's sounds seemed pretty good; I wasn't crazy about the synth sound - i wantied more of a pad to
add to the piano. You can layer 2 sounds at once; just press both button together.
This wasn't too heavy and might do for something portable - if you don't need any fancy sounds.

I think this is a good buy if you just want a sold practice keybed.
BUT listen to the sounds yourself to see if they sound good to you - your millage may vary.

MK
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Connor on April 11, 2014
If you think you are going to get anything better than this for the price, then you are wrong. I have recently been searching around for a weighted digital keyboard and came upon this one. At first, I was going to buy it off of amazon, but, I didn't quite trust if it was what I wanted. What did I need the piano for? Well, In a couple of weeks, me and my friend are performing "Let it Go- Frozen." I needed a weighted digital piano because the Casio LK-120 was not weighted. So to get this piano, I went to the local Guitar Center and tested all of their digital pianos. I noticed some were not weighted, some were not in the price range, and some were not as good quality as sound. Although I would prefer the Casio PX style over this one, it was top expensive. Now I will go over the pros and cons of this product.

Pros:
~The sound quality is good enough for me.
~The functions are very simple and really only contains about 10 buttons total.
~88 keys weighted, each was what I was looking for.
~Reasonable price for it's quality.

Cons:
~Unfortunately, the built in speakers do not sound as good as they do if you have headphones on.
~The keys bounce back up really quick unlike a real grand piano.
~I just wanted the Grand Piano tone, which is fine, but only comes with 5 tones.

The reason I only gave this product 4 stars, was because it fitted my needs because I am intermediate, but if you are professional and looking for the best of the best, I would consider investing more money into a higher quality item...

Thanks,
Connor D.
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