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Casio WK110 76 Key Portable MIDI Keyboard

by Casio

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  • 76 piano-style keys
  • 32-Note Polyphony
  • 515 High-quality sounds
  • USB port for easy connection to a computer
  • Touch response for full musical expression
2 used from $200.00

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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 45 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 47 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B000WNPRYO
  • Item model number: CAS WK110
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #85,709 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 1, 2007

Product Description

Brand New, Casio - WK-110 76 Piano-Style Keys 32 note Polyphony
The WK-110 includes 76 Full-Size keys 32-note Polyphony Touch Sensitive Gen. MIDI USB Port 515 Tones 120 Rhythms Digital Effects Reverb/Chorus/ and Song expansion by Internet download Backlit LCD Registration 4 sets x 8 banks HL sound source and Internal memory


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Customer Reviews

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Basically, you will have a great time with this instrument.
rb
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.
Anonymous
The three step lessons are great for those of us who read music.
Tom Long

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Anonymous 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!
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Tom Long on January 22, 2008
This keyboard has great sound quality rivaling more expensive electronic pianos. It has touch sensitive keys which allow for some expression. The keys are no where near as heavily weighted as an acoustic piano, but then you have a great set of tones that let you replace virtually any instrument in the band or just be the whole band! I love the "Grand Piano" tone and feel that it rivals the Yamaha at much lower cost. The three step lessons are great for those of us who read music. If my kids weren't already grown, they would be getting piano lessons on this instrument. No heavy furniture. No tuning. No big investment. I had to buy an adpater to plug this into the wall (common on Casios).
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 31, 2008
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My last keyboard didn't really sound much like a piano, nor did it have enough keys (61). This really fits the bill and holds my attention. Really interested in getting back into playing and as I grew up with a piano I wanted something pretty similar. This is gorgeous sounding (esp. with headphones), a nice feel and an amazing list of fantastic sounds to boot. The 76 keys handles nearly any piano music and this baby performs nicely for the price. Yeah, it does not exactly feel like a piano but you aren't gonna toss a piano on your lap either. No buyers remorse here but a few caveats. You have to buy this with the power supply and pedal to really use it properly (assuming you have the stand and chair). Those extras don't come standard and you will need them. The pedal I used to use with my Yamaha works in reverse for this unit and other 9v power supplies don't have the guts to power it so beware...get the recommended accessories.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Puddleglumm on July 1, 2008
For the money, this keyboard can't be beat! I had wanted to purchase an 88 key digital piano but the prices were a bit too steep for me at this time, so I took a chance on this low-cost Casio keyboard. I was pleasantly surprised! It has good sound, decent touch (not exactly like a piano but much better than models without touch sensitivity!!), and is lightweight.
Make sure you get the adaptor and stand (and a sustain pedal too!). You will need them. For the price---it's a great deal!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Michael Keller on December 19, 2011
I bought this a few years ago to use as a MIDI output device for a music program. When I upgraded to a Windows 7 computer, I found that the WK-110 was no longer usable. Casio confirms that it is incompatible with W7, and since the WK-110 is a discontinued model, there are no plans for Casio to support it in the future.
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