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Casio WK6500 76 Key Touch Sensitive Workstation Keyboard

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  • 76-Key Full Size Keyboard Workstation
  • 670 Tones and Programs
  • 48 Polyphony, 10 User Tones and 200 Rhythms
  • USB MIDI Class Compliant
  • Audio In and Mic Inputs
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 49.5 x 8.2 x 19 inches ; 26.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 26.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • 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: B004KJWQXQ
  • Item model number: WK6500
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #39,996 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 24, 2011

Product Description

Product Description

Features a touch-responsive, piano-style keyboard, the WK6500 from Casio offers all the tools you need to practice, compose and perform. Featuring a song sequencer, tone editor, multiple digital effects, mixer, performance registration memory, USB MIDI interface, SD card storage and hundreds of editable tones; the WK6500 has an expansive list of features and mind-blowing sound to bring all your musical ideas to life. The 16 track song sequencer + 1 system track supports recording of up to 5 songs or approximately 30,000 notes. Choices of editing tools include event insert, copy and delete, quantize note locator and a step recording function. The mixer can be used in conjunction with instrument input feature. The rhythm editor allows you to combine instrumental parts from multiple built-in rhythms, turn individual instrumental portions on or off and adjust volume, pan reverb and other parameters to create your own personal rhythms. The rhythm editor can store up to 10 original rhythms in memory for recall at any time. The WK6500 includes a wide range of built-in effects include 10 reverbs, 5 choruses and 100 DSP types. You can create your own DSP effects and store up to 100 unique styles.

From the Manufacturer

Casio

Casio WK6500 76 Key Touch Sensitive Workstation Keyboard

Discover the Musician in You!

The Casio WK-6500 features a piano-style touch-response keyboard, song sequencer, tone editor, multiple digital effects, mixer, performance registration memory, USB MIDI interface, SD card storage and hundreds of editable tones. The WK-6500 offers a pitch bend wheel, a back lit display, music presets and 670 individual tones in a portable design.

The Casio WK-6500 has all the tools you need to practice, compose and perform. The extensive list of features and the sound from the high-output 2-way bass reflex sound system found in this music workstation will give you the chance to bring your musical ideas to life and discover the musician in you.

Sequencer and 32 Channel Mixer

16 track song sequencer + 1 system track supports recording of up to 5 songs or approximately 30,000 notes. Choices of editing tools include event insert, copy and delete, quantize note locator and a step recording function. The mixer can be used in conjunction with instrument input feature.


Rhythm Editor

Allows you to combine instrumental parts from multiple built-in rhythms, turn individual instrumental portions on or off and adjust volume, pan reverb and other parameters to create your own personal rhythms. The rhythm editor can store up to 10 original rhythms in memory for recall at any time.


Multiple Digital Effects

A wide range of built-in effects include 10 reverbs, 5 choruses and 100 DSP types. You can create your own DSP effects and store up to 100 unique styles.


Registration

The WK-6500 can store 4 sets & 8 banks for a total of 32 set ups. The simplicity of the registration process makes it a great feature for live performances.


Tone Editor

Attack and release time, cut off, vibrato, reverb, chorus and DSP can be adjusted based on your preferences.


USB MIDI

Casio continues the tradition of providing “class compliant” USB connectivity on Workstation Keyboards. This allows Casio Workstation Keyboards to be used with Mac or Windows computers without the need to download drivers. Class Compliant USB MIDI also allows Workstation Keyboards to be used as a controller for the Apple iPad by using Apple’s Camera Connection Kit.

Specifications

Keyboard76 Piano-style keys
Touch Response2 Sensitivity levels / Off
Sound SourceDual-element AHL
Polyphony (max)48
Tones670
User Tones10 tone editor
Built-in Rhythms200
User Rhythms10
Reverb10 Types
Chorus5 Types
DSP100 Preset / 100 User
ControllersStart / Stop, Intro, Normal / Fill-in, Variation / Fill-in, Synchro / Editing
Rhythm Editor10 User rhythms
Song Sequencer16 tracks + 1 system track supports up to 5 songs. Real time recording, step recording, song edit, track edit, event edit
Mixer32 Channels + ext in (mic)
Layer / SplitYes
Registration Memory4 sets x 8 banks, 50 user presets
One Touch Presets200
Pitch Bend Wheel0 to 24 Semi-tomes
General MIDI Compatible16 Channel multi-timbre received, GM level 1
SD Memory Card StorageSD or SDHC
DisplayBacklit LCD
Speakers w/ Bass Reflex System4.7" x 2 + 1.2" x 2
Amplifier6W + 6W
Terminals
Line OutL / Mono, R - Std jack
Mic InMono - Std jack
Instrument In-
Audio InStereo - Mini jack
USBYes
Sustain PedalStd jack
Headphones Stereo - Std jack
Power12V DC or six D cell batteries
Included Accessories
AC AdaptorAD-A12150
Music StandYes
Dimensions and Weight
Unit size L x W x H46.7" x 15.7" x 5.9"
Unit weight17.4 lbs.
Boxed size L x W x H49.5" x 19.5" x 8.0"
Boxed weight26.5 lbs.


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Customer Reviews

Speakers sound nice and loud and have great quality.
Mathew
I forgot to say you can download from the internet with USB and use an SD card to save on!
J. Deitrick
The built-in instrument and effects possibilities are surprisingly vast.
equazcion

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By J. Deitrick on October 11, 2011
I recently purchased the CASIO wk-6500 because my Yamaha PSR model(which I've had for several years)started with problems.I originally looked at the new Yamahas, but the changes they made were like starting at square one again- so I looked at all the keyboards in the store. I am very impressed with what this Casio can do. At first I had to adjust to the different ways Casio finds "voice=sounds", also "style"is now Rhythm, but these are simple enough changes to adjust to. This past week was the first time I used this to perform with and it was great! The grand piano sounds beautiful and layered with strings(which I can adjust) was just perfect.(My Yamaha's were all preset layers) There are many pre-set intros and endings so I can really sound fab without really trying. My biggest adjustment was the regisration setting,to save what I had created. Once I figured that out, the rest was a breese. I love the Octave change capability with one easy step, too.There is also a custom mixer! Really easy to work with. I have to say overall. I'm a happy little musician! Oh! I forgot to say you can download from the internet with USB and use an SD card to save on!
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By equazcion on January 3, 2013
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It's interesting how this thing is so unknown. It looks like a piano, it sounds like a piano, and it feels like a piano.

First the sound: It sounds oh-so-sweet. I'm pretty sensitive to audio quality. The built-in speakers are surprisingly good, putting out some exceptionally full lows, clean highs, and even impressive thumps from the percussion section. I was planning to plug this into my component system, which I also use for my V-Drums, but the built-in speakers sound so good I just use them (of course it doesn't go loud enough to replace a separate amp/monitor system, but who would expect it to).

The keys feel effin good. This is as good as you'll find without paying for weighted keys, and it gets pretty darn close to those anyway. (Just because another review mentions this, the audible knock from the key mechanism is far from excessive; no more than you'd get from any keyboard).

It also LOOKS great. All-black with subtle electronic controls, for a true piano-like grace plus a modern touch. I love looking at it.

Between the looks, the key feel, and the clean sound, it's a piano. It might not be all big and stuff, but it's a piano.

The built-in instrument and effects possibilities are surprisingly vast. The instruments themselves are very well sampled, quality stuff. Lots of effects with lots of customizable settings for each. I haven't played with the sequencer so I can't comment on that.

The display and button layout is pretty intuitive. Make sure to activate AutoResume, or else all settings revert to their defaults when you power off. USB to PC (Win7 x64) gets recognized immediately, no hassles, no drivers. The manual is quite readable.

Quips:

- It's not nearly as heavy as it looks.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mathew on April 9, 2013
I got this keyboard in a package deal [Keyboard, Stand, Headphones, USB/Midi Cable, Learning CD] So ill address all of those as well at the end.

WK-6500: I could type a whole lot here but ill try to keep it simple.
Just for reference, I'm just an average young adult who enjoys playing piano, that's it. Don't play concerts, teach, or use for professional audio circumstances. I just play and enjoy it, sometimes use it for videos I edit, and occasionally post to YouTube but more on that later. I will say if you do play concerts, teach, or anywhere in between than this will more than cover your needs for that. The keyboard itself looks beautiful. A lot bigger to my eyes going from and old "kiddie" keyboard with lights and stuff [61 keyed]. Sleek look, good design, and all around beauty. The interface is pretty simple and has more than enough options for whatever your needs are. Tons of tones, rhythms, beats, etc that you could want and I think you can even upload more if for some reason you would need that. It's definitely aimed at the Beginner - Semi/Pro level users. Keys feel just like a real piano. Weighted enough that if you played on a normal grand piano it would feel natural. Speakers sound nice and loud and have great quality. Backlighting is great! Easily can see the menu's and having a LED on the "Play/Pause" button that lights to a beat is a nice touch. Also glowing RED record button is always a plus to know when you're recording or not. You can easily record and store songs, and even layer what like 17 tones or something ridiculous like that? Plenty of customizable options that should exceed everyone's needs. Ports are always a plus and this thing has 'em. Sustain works properly, Headphone jack is always preferred for not disturbing others.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Rkz on November 24, 2011
I must say that this keyboard is still unnoticed! yes I got this keyboard when it was launched and now I would ascertain that this keyboard elevates itself to the professional level.

I wanted to buy YAMAHA, but none of their keyboards stand a chance when it comes to a sub 400$ price range. First thing to notice is its great design, there is no fancy coloring going on its just all black with plenty of buttons to make the workflow easier. The touch sensitive keys are just breeze to play on, they really give the feel of playing on a conventional piano. The info Display screen is very good. Its nice big and bright with white light.

The tones are just amazing, about 650 to choose from amazing rhythms. It is also possible to create user tones and custom rhythms with much of ease. It is very easy to switch between the various tones by storing the tones in the Bank Keys. The 16 track to record on, saving the recorded song to an external memory card happens with a touch of a button!

If Beginners or Hobbyists (like me) are looking for some fine piece of instrument with a minimal budget in mind, just pick this Casio am sure you would love it!
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