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Casio CDP-120 88 Weighted-Key Digital Piano EXPIRED

eatkinson 184 205 November 21, 2012 at 09:07 AM in Entertainment (2) More Guitar Center Deals
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Promoted 11-22-2012 by iconian at 12:39 PM View Original Post
Guitar Center has Casio CDP-120 88 Weighted-Key Digital Piano for $249 + free shipping. Thanks eatkinson
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Guitar Center has the Casio CDP-120 88 Weighted-Key Digital Piano for $249.00 in their Black Friday door buster deals. The deal is live now on their website with free shipping. For comparison, the current price on Musician's Friend is $399.99.

http://www.guitarcenter.com/Casio...2059365.gc
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Last Edited by brotherjoe November 23, 2012 at 10:05 AM

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#16
Been looking for a keyboard. Thanks!
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#17
How well does this work as a regular piano substitute, and what do you do with no pedal?
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#18
Great deal - just buy a pedal on amazon...
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How well does this work as a regular piano substitute, and what do you do with no pedal?
I thought this one has sustain pedal. Not?Wink
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#20
This doesn't work. I called them but they said they only do pricematch + gift card worth 50% of the difference for future orders. Still better than nothing.

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Thanks! nod I Price matched at Woodwind & Brasswind with their 110% Price match program -

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#21
Deal is sooo tempting. Weighted 88 keyboard for $249? nice.
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Last edited by GeorgeMcFly November 22, 2012 at 01:08 PM
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How well does this work as a regular piano substitute, and what do you do with no pedal?
I comes with a pedal. See my previous post about how it compares to a regular piano.
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Quote from Wicke View Post :
Thanks! nod I Price matched at Woodwind & Brasswind with their 110% Price match program -

PM details -
http://www.wwbw.com/110-low-price...472t0.wwbw

Product page -
http://www.wwbw.com/Casio-CDP-120...59365.wwbw
Never mind. They are still honoring the 10% discount. I got mine shipped for $224. Free shipping and no tax in Arizona. AWESOME DEAL.
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#24
Dang, the stand is so expensive.
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#25
Great deal for beginners, feels very much like a real piano, sounds quite good, but 48-note polyphony kills it for me. Not a big deal for most people, but if you're doing anything that uses the (included) sustain pedal and repeated chords you'll start to hear notes drop off.
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#26
Bought this piano for my daughter earlier this year. I'm amazed at how realistic the key weighting is and the accuracy of the touch sensitivity. It really does play like a real piano. User Tip: For a more realistic sound, turn on the "chorus" function at a level 4 or so. A tad of reverb adds a nice touch also.

Having 88 keys (and they are full sized) is indeed needed for many classical pieces. This piano comes with a sustain pedal also, so that's covered. The piano is quite long, so make sure you have room for it. It's much longer than the typical electronic keyboard.

Note that you will probably want to purchase the stand for this. A real stand, not one of those cheap metal X stands. The one that Casio makes for this piano is here: http://www.guitarcenter.com/Casio...2282162.gc Sign up for the Guitar Center emails and you'll get occasional coupons from them. I used a $20-off-$100 coupon to ease some of the pain of buying the stand.

This keyboard is also MIDI enabled. You can connect it to a PC and use the keyboard to play different synthesizer sounds from your sound card.

I couldn't find another electronic piano with similar features for under $1,000 or so. At $249, if you're in the market, this is a pretty sweet keyboard. Smilie
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Last edited by HarryH3 November 22, 2012 at 01:19 PM
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Bought this piano for my daughter earlier this year. I'm amazed at how realistic the key weighting is and the accuracy of the touch sensitivity. It really does play like a real piano. User Tip: For a more realistic sound, turn on the "chorus" function at a level 4 or so. A tad of reverb adds a nice touch also.

Having 88 keys (and they are full sized) is indeed needed for many classical pieces. This piano comes with a sustain pedal also, so that's covered. The piano is quite long, so make sure you have room for it. It's much longer than the typical electronic keyboard.

Note that you will probably want to purchase the stand for this. A real stand, not one of those cheap metal X stands. The one that Casio makes for this piano is here: http://www.guitarcenter.com/Casio...2282162.gc Sign up for the Guitar Center emails and you'll get occasional coupons from them. I used a $20-off-$100 coupon to ease some of the pain of buying the stand.

This keyboard is also MIDI enabled. You can connect it to a PC and use the keyboard to play different synthesizer sounds from your sound card.

I couldn't find another electronic piano with similar features for under $1,000 or so. At $249, if you're in the market, this is a pretty sweet keyboard. Smilie
Thank u so much. This certainly helps. Appreciate it. Happy Thanksgiving.
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#28
Nice deal...tempted! Thanks OP.
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#29
in for one, thanks!
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#30
can anyone find out how long this keyboard is?

can't seem to find the specs for that anywhere
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