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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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.
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.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The microphone did not come with the keyboard like it was supposed to but the keyboard itself was perfect for my kids to play and make musicPublished 5 months ago by mmsolutions
By the looks it's a good looking instrument but for a child the instructions were not very helpful which lead to a little disappointmentPublished 6 months ago by Sunny
Microphone has to be really close but its not super loud for kids to play with.Published 6 months ago by Snjohn
Got it at a yard sale and love it. No box or information at all does anyone know how I could order parts?Published 18 months ago by CCC
My niece just loved what she go for Christmas and is singing all of the time now. I am very happy that she took it home with herPublished 23 months ago by Mary C. Shemon
It's very beautiful! My daughter loves etotot 1.7 product is delighted he ideally suited to it and combined with many other things!Published on March 15, 2013 by samnata
Keyboard arrived all intact and in good order. Microphone stand broke within first day as a little fragile but microphone itself still able to be used as a handheld, its probably... Read morePublished on January 17, 2013 by SB