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Old 09-18-2011, 08:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default I find a Keyboard that I really like, help?

So I want something simple, good quality, and cheap. Something with great sound and just the basic piano settings. Like the Casio CDP-100. It has like 5 different sounds, and they're all crisp and sound great. I don't want all those sound effects and techno sounds. I just want the good stuff, the stuff people use in chill back acoustic songs. Like Shawn Mcdonald and The Fray.
If you have any Keyboard in mind, please post! thanks!!
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Old 09-19-2011, 11:49 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Casios aren't bad keyboards, at all. In fact, at a $700 purchase, I have a Privia which is a midrange keyboard that's a tad cheaper, and lower quality than the Yamaha equivalent. But, doesn't have a bad tone, and has fantastic keys(much better than the Korg and Yamaha equivalent. But Korg sucks at low range, and medium range priced keyboards). Weighted, good feel to them.

Of course, remember, it serves as a 'personal piano' not a synth so it's limited on features, and options for sound manipulation. But, he sound is good. Seems what you'd want. They can pretty much be found, and tested, at any Best Buy, Sam Ash, or Guitar Center. As many others can.
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