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Kidztoyz Kawasaki 37-Key Musical Keyboard


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  • 37 keys, 16 rhythms
  • 16 musical instruments, four drum sounds
  • Sing along mic
  • Record and play back feature
  • Perfect for any young star
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.8 x 25.2 x 8.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0009VRRCY
  • Item model number: 77037
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 5 - 10 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #224,438 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

This Kawasaki 37 Key Keyboard allows you to sing and play at the same time. It comes complete with a mic and stand. Features include 16 rhythms, 16 musical instrument sounds and four drum sounds.

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Customer Reviews

The speakers promptly broke after a week of low-level toddler abuse.
Pedro Pablo
The volume is too low for today's kids who are used to all sorts of noise blasting from our multitude of electronic media.
kdouglas
If you really want to foster a love of music in your child, spend a little more money and get them the real thing.
Jen

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By kdouglas on October 17, 2009
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Our toddler loves it, which is the important thing. It is very rugged to put up with his bouncing around on the keys. He is obviously not up to Chopin yet.

The microphone is weak and records too little time to be useful. The volume is too low for today's kids who are used to all sorts of noise blasting from our multitude of electronic media.

As an educational toy, is suffices. If nothing else, it introduces him to a keyboard and is strong enough to allow him to experiment with different combinations of sounds and rhythms. As an example, he progressed from random pokes at the keyboard to discovering by himself the progress of tones up and down the keyboard. That's not too much to ask for the price.

Shipping was quick and the product worked well straight from the package.

What is needed for younger kids is simply an electronic keyboard. Nothing fancy, all they need is one that plays one instrument, so that they can experiment with playing music and not playing around with the electronic toy. Too often, the focus of kids' electronic toys are wow-wee factors and not on a well-thought out experience. More is not always better.

Again, ok for the price.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By 2under2 on December 7, 2008
Even with fresh batteries the tones sound wobbly, the buttons sometimes have to be pressed 2-3 times before it does what it's supposed to do - I'm not sure if mine is defective or this is just the quality of the toy. My kids like the microphone, but the keyboard is just awful. It's also supposed to go into standby after non-use -- but my kids will be in the middle of playing with it and it just shuts off and we have to turn it on and off a few times to get it going again. FRUSTRATING!!! I've tried 3 sets of batteries and nothing helps. This is the worst quality keyboard I have ever purchased. I will be contacting the manufacturer and will follow up if it is simply my individual item.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Elroy Skimms on January 12, 2009
We bought this keyboard for a plane trip across the country and it has been working great for nearly 2 years. For the sake of our fellow passengers, I opened the keyboard up and added a head-phone jack so our young maestro can play as loud as he wants without bothering the people in nearby seats.

But even without that custom addition, this toy has been on several plane rides, tossed around in carry-on and checked bagage. It hs been drooled on, dropped, stepped on, and God only knows what the kids do when the grown-ups aren't watching. Does it sound like a Grand Piano? Of course not, it's a toy. But it has taken a lot of abuse and continues to work great.

FYI - Radioshack had all the parts necessary to add the headphone jack. You just splice the jack into the wire before the speakers. When the headphones are plugged in, it shuts off the built-in speakers. When they are removed, the speakers turn back on.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Pedro Pablo on August 13, 2010
I wanted a keyboard with a lot of buttons for my button-obsessed toddler. He likes the buttons, but they play a variety of fairly irritating tinny songs and you can't play the keyboard at the same time the songs are playing. The speakers promptly broke after a week of low-level toddler abuse. Might be better for a slightly older child, but the quality of the sound should inhibit you from ever purchasing this as a true instrument for learning or playing the keyboard. This is a toy quality instrument at a toy instrument price, but lacks the durability to stand up to typical toy abuse. Find a more durable one for the money!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Tom Gleinser on January 28, 2010
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The price was right, but the volume on the keyboard was too low and the volume on the microphone was too high and not controllable. I'll have Twinkle, Twinkel, little star stuck in my head forever at 80 decibels.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By JacksonsMom on January 29, 2009
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My son loves keyboards and this seemed perfect. Unfortunately, the microphone - his favorite part - never worked properly. It has a staticky sound every time you plug it in. Very disappointing and the cause of many temper tantrums.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By steppingstones26 on December 23, 2009
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I ordered two of these keyboards from Horizon Hobby. They arrived much more quickly than I expected (considering it was December 17), but of the two, one didn't work.
I called customer service at Horizon Hobby, and they did three things for me to insure that I received a new keyboard prior to the holidays: sent out a shipping label for me to return the non-functioning item; immediately sent out a replacement keyboard without waiting for the return; and up-graded the shipping on the replacement to two day- at their own cost!
Thank you Brad, at customer service. Your response to my problem was perfect.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jen VINE VOICE on December 3, 2008
I just posted a review on another Kawasaki keyboard, the 49-key that comes with the stand. We also owned this 37-key for a short period as well before trying the other keyboard. Unfortunately, it suffers from all the same problems as the other, only in a smaller package.

Instruments sound nothing like the real thing, sound quality is awful, keys are stiff and impossible to really play. For just banging around its fine, I suppose. Walmart carries this in store for $15 and it is a decent buy for it's size, but don't buy this thinking you're getting a mini keyboard. This isn't a real keyboard, this is a TOY. It's not meant for learning to play or really playing any real music. I am sure I am pickier than other parents as I am a pianist and plan to teach my music-loving 3-year-old to play, but that said, the quality of this toy is just completely unacceptable. Feels and sounds very cheap and I suspect had we kept it around much longer it would have started to break on us. You get what you pay for!

On the other hand, I love Kawasaki's other products. We have one of their guitars and also their accordion. They really do sound great and are a great value for the money. You know your child really loves music when they aren't satisfied with "toys" that sound nothing like the real thing. If you really want to foster a love of music in your child, spend a little more money and get them the real thing. Get a real guitar, a real accordion, a real harp. There are quality products out there for children that really are instruments and not toys. My son won't even play with the keyboard we bought him last year because he knows its not "real", and that's why this one went back to the store. It sounds nothing like the real thing.

Avoid unless all you want is a toy for your child to bang on.
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