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Casio CGP-700BK 88-Key Digital Grand Piano with Color Touch Screen Display
- 5.3in Color Touch Interface display
- Tri-Sensor Scaled Hammer Action II 88 key keyboard with simulated Ebony and Ivory feel
- Includes: stand with 40 watt speakers, sustain pedal, music rest, and power supply
- Dedicated button for Grand Piano sound, as well as 550 instrument tones and effects
- 3 year manufacturer extended warranty
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From the Manufacturer
The All-New CGP-700
With the authentic sound and feel of a grand piano and an intuitive color touch interface, the CGP-700 makes creating music easier and more enjoyable than ever before.
Color Touch Interface
Although the CGP-700 is loaded with impressive features, it's also incredibly easy to use. The centerpiece of the CGP-700 is a beautiful 5.3-inch color touchscreen. This high-resolution display is bright and clear, and makes full use of a huge color palette to keep you informed and in control. Navigating through tones and rhythms using touch and swipe gestures is a breeze.
6-Speaker Sound System
The CGP-700 has four speakers in the top panel, and two low-frequency speakers in its included stand, with a massive 40 watts of power. Whether you're enjoying the sonic experience of a 9-foot concert grand piano, playing along with the built-in rhythms, or listening to your MP3 player via the stereo aux input, this unique 3-way speaker system easily fills the room with rich, detailed sound.
Authentic Piano Sound
The CGP-700's 9-foot concert grand piano sound is as impressive as it is thanks to a meticulous recording session with over two dozen microphones. The result is a dynamic and expressive concert grand piano that can be used in stereo or mono, and even includes damper resonance simulation. You'll find instant settings to adjust the piano for rock, jazz, classical, and other styles to suit your needs. The CGP-700 can also use the optional SP-33 pedal system, which provides soft, sostenuto, and damper pedals.
Realistic Piano Keys
At your fingertips is Casio's famous Tri-Sensor Scaled Hammer Action II keyboard, accurately recreating the touch and response of a concert grand piano with 127 times the resolution of traditional keyboards. Suitable for the most demanding pianist, this keyboard also enables beginning players to develop proper playing technique. Just like a grand piano, the keys have a heavier feel in the lower register, and a lighter feel up top. Even the surface of the keys feels natural, with the reproduced textures of both ebony and ivory.
Hundreds of Tones and Rhythms
The CGP-700 goes far beyond piano, with 550 different instrument tones. You'll find a variety of guitars, strings, basses, drums, synths, and more. There is also a powerful effects system with reverbs, delays, and other essential add-ons such as rotary speakers for organs and phasers for electric pianos. Quickly select one of the 200 ensemble Rhythms, which can accompany your playing with a full backing band which reacts to the chords that you play.
Audio & MIDI Recording
When you are inspired, it's quick and easy to record your performance. The CGP-700 includes a 17-track MIDI recorder, plus a USB audio recorder. Transfer your recordings easily to a computer to share your music.
The class-compliant USB port on the CGP-700 can connect to a PC, Mac, or other devices such as an iPad, with no special drivers needed. Just connect, and instantly control your favorite software.
For Home, Stage, Class, Studio
The CGP-700 is a beautiful addition to any home, with its sleek design and matching wooden stand. When performing on the go, it can easily be removed from the stand. At only 26 pounds., the CGP-700 is one of the lightest-weight digital pianos available, and with its 1/4-inch outputs, you can easily connect to a mixer, amplifier, or PA system. Its Duet and Classroom modes, combined with dual headphone jacks, also make the CGP-700 ideal for any educational environment.
This is 'home base'. Here, you can select the various modes and settings of the CGP-700. A quick swipe will bring you to the next page.
This is what you'll see after selecting a Tone or Rhythm. All the information you need is here, along with convenient functions such as Split and Duet.
Here, you can choose a category of Rhythm on the top, and select a specific Rhythm from within the category below. Tone selection also looks and works just like this.
This is the Mixer view, where you can adjust the level, panning, and other settings for several sounds at once.
Recognized for Excellence
The CGP-700 has been recognized for its excellence from multiple authorities including Keyboard Magazine, the Musical Merchandise Review, and Music inc.
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Known as the "Compact Grand Piano," the CGP-700 delivers groundbreaking technology, a sensational sound system and a world-class keyboard action that is perfect for aspiring and professional pianists alike. As a manufacturer of keyboards for over 35 years and consumer electronics for more than 65 years, the CGP-700 is the culmination of Casio's innovation and experience in these industries. Casio's CGP-700 provides the experience of a full-size acoustic grand piano at a fraction of the price.
Top Customer Reviews
This unit was very easy to assemble. The box was heavy, of course, but everything was packaged well and there was no damage.
I've been comparing this to a comparable Yamaha digital piano in the same price range. The stand of this unit has speakers in addition to the speakers on the keyboard itself and the volume that this is capable of is impressive (better than the Yamaha). The stand, however, IS NOT sturdy. It really needs feet that come out on the bottom or something else to help with this; the Yamaha wins here.
What I do love about this piano is how it is not very deep. The top of my Yamaha is laid out in such a way that it is much deeper than this and takes up more room in that regard. This is sleeker looking and lower profile. I feel like it fits better into spaces. Overall, I love the look of it.
The keys on this piano have some texture whereas the keys on the Yamaha are smooth and shiny. I still have not decided which I like better and it may just come down to personal preference. The weighted keys feel just like they should and playing the piano is quite enjoyable. I've been comparing the sound of these pianos and I've decided that I like the sound of the Yamaha better (and my husband agrees). It sounds deeper and richer than this Casio.
One area where this really beats out the Yamaha though is in the user interface. The touch screen interface is awesome! It is much much easier to figure out how to use the different features of this unit than it was with my Yamaha. As far as features go, this has a lot. Recording your playing to a USB drive was easy and worked well. There are plenty of different tones and rhythms to select. My Yamaha does seem to have more features overall though.
In summary, I think this compares favorably to a Yamaha in the same price range. I feel like it is louder, sleeker, and has a better user interface, but not as good in sound quality, sturdiness, and features overall.
I have been playing this piano about 3 hours a day since I was lucky enough to win the VINE lottery and have the offer. I could barely wait to get it out of the box and set up. The first thing that surprised me was that the weight of the item on the product page said 30 pounds -- well that was obviously a mistake as it is 33 kg (nearly 75 pounds). This is not a miniature -- it's a full-size concert grand keyboard with absolutely beautiful keys that respond to the touch of that on a real grand piano. The weighted keys give the true feel of the instrument and they are actual size for my fingers. With help (OK, truth -- my husband sent me out to weedeat the lawn while he put it together because I was actually jumping up and down with excitement), the entire piano was set up and ready to play within 30 minutes. I moved it to a location in my house where I knew I could get to it easily and turned it on. WOW.
This piano is more than I ever imagined for an electronic keyboard. The touchpad with its many choices for tones, rhythm, balance, and recording require that I have the instruction book at my side as my reference at all times. Even though I have had this for weeks, I am still finding out more about the capabilities and options available.
I play a lot of different types of music, but what I absolutely love is BIG SOUND. I love the instrumental music of soundtracks and ballads, the mournful dirge, and almost every popular piece known to man. I also love the classics and even the big band sound of the 50s. My background with the accordion also leads me to polka and you can't even imagine how well this instrument responds to the changing tempos and tone selection. I can go from full symphonic with strings to sax or bass with the touch of a button. The panel allows me to select two tones for upper octaves and two tones for lower, and I can adjust them up or down. You can also add accompaniment of drums or an auto accompaniment that allows harmony with just playing one note. Every type and style of music can be played from hip-hop to orchestral.
I could go on forever about how much I love this CGP -- I could compare it to an actual grand piano for instance, and tell you that honestly, I prefer this. For one thing -- it doesn't have to be tuned every 6 months. AND, the volume -- oh, the volume! I love loud. Included is a sustain pedal, and actually that's my only complaint -- it's like a sewing machine pedal instead of the three typical pedals -- but that is such a minor detraction that it barely begs mentioning.
As a last comment, I'll say this -- my neighbors are hearing my nightly concerts. I got a set of headphones to jack into the keyboard so that I don't have to torture them as I work through difficult pieces learning new music. Also, I'd like for them to be able to sleep and I love to have my doors open to the beautiful weather -- so I put those on if it gets too late as I tend to ramp up the volume. This also connects to my larger speaker system if I want to really ramp it up. I only wish they enjoyed my music as much as I do!
I've tried other electronic pianos through the years -- Yamaha is another popular brand, but I really am thrilled with this one. I actually have a beautiful piano in my family room that now sits unplayed -- it's a Baldwin Acrosonic -- because I prefer being able to add additional tones when playing and I wonder if I'll ever touch it again.
If you're a novice or a professional, there's a lot to love here and the price point is perfect for someone wanting to finally discover the joy of music and the thrill of making it. I love that i can record songs on a USB flash drive as well. With the key action and touch of this instrument, you can give your children music lessons and not feel that they aren't getting the true experience as, of course, you can always choose the "grand" piano sound all by itself. You may want to select the option for this item that includes a bench, but I am using a kitchen chair and it works great.
Buy it! You won't be sorry! But now, I have to get back to the chair because I can't resist...