Casio Privia PX-160 Digital Piano - Black Bundle with CS-67 Stand, SP-33 Pedal, Furniture Bench, Instructional Book, Austin Bazaar Instructional DVD, and Polishing Cloth
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- Bundle includes Casio CS-67 furniture stand, Casio SP-33 triple-pedal system, furniture bench, Austin Bazaar instructional DVD, Hal Leonard instructional book, and Austin Bazaar polishing cloth
- Casio's best-selling digital piano; new version of Casio PX-150
- Elegant look with redesigned speaker system
- String ensemble and electric piano tones
- Two headphone outputs on front; 1/4" left and right line outputs
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Casio Privia PX-160 Digital Piano Bundle - Black
The Casio PX-160 piano included in this bundle is great for players of all skill levels and features powerful technology pioneered by one of the industry leading digital piano brands. Casio's proprietary sound source, "AiR" (Acoustic and intelligent Resonator) provides the PX-160 with authentic grand piano sounds and seamless dynamics for remarkably expressive and powerful performances.
This popular 88-key digital piano features Casio's famous Tri-Sensor Scaled Hammer Action II keyboard, with smooth ebony and ivory textured keys that provide an incredible feel. It also has a variety of features that make learning, playing and sharing music fun for everyone, including duet mode, split and layer capabilities, headphone output jacks for silent practice sessions, and a built-in recorder.
Piano bundle includes a matching furniture-style stand and SP33 pedal system
Padded piano bench with furniture-style design to match piano and stand
PX-160 features built-in speakers, headphone outputs and 1/4" left and right outputs
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Being a poor graduate student, I was very apprehensive to make a near $700 purchase. Some initial research hailed both this and the comparable Yamaha model as the cheapest digital pianos that will emulate the feel of a real piano's action. Resistance in the keys is absolutely vital in building strength in the fingers and improving one's technique. So, as someone with Carnegie Hall aspirations, this was crucial. After purchasing the piano I must say, it feels and sounds just like the real deal! The weight of the keys, the sensitivity of the pedals, and my parents telling me I need to practice more. I bought the piano with the intention of playing classical piano music so I immediately threw the manual in the trash. Still, I found it easy to navigate the various functions in order to faithfully recreate such classics as the Jaws theme song and the intro to Game of Thrones. A few more pros and cons:
-Feels and sounds just like a real piano
-Keys have nice grip to them
-Has not shown any sign of wear after a month of heavy use
-Package deal includes everything you need (mount, pedals, bench)
-Pedals are surprisingly sensitive
-Very easy to remove keyboard from stand and transport
-Piano wobbles while playing big passages. Makes it a little harder to impress your friends
-Bench height is not adjustable (a little too tall for me at 6')
-Unusually large gap between white and black keys, sometimes my fingernails get caught in there. Ouch.
-Sheet music stand feels cheap and is not adjustable. Also can't be used if the keyboard is up against a wall
-Packing material from shipping produces a lot of trash. It will fill up all of your bins and your next door neighbor's
As one of the more inexpensive entries into the realm of digital pianos, this is absolutely worth considering. For someone like me, it certainly beats sharing practice rooms with the dirty undergrads!