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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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#31
This is a nice keyboard. I played with it and it's great. Don't hesitate.
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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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#33
@wicke - they told me NO - how did you get it and what was the price?
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I just called WWBW and tried to price match, they said they would honor the $249 price however they could not give me the 10% because it was out of stock on Musician's Friend. The guy also said that since it was out of stock on Musician's Friend, and Guitar Center is affiliated with them, even though it may show in stock on guitar center, he still could not give me the discount. I was kind of upset with this, however I already had given him my name and shipping address so I just went ahead and ordered from them. I don't see where it says out of stock on either website, so I'm wondering if I should call or email back and try to get that 10%?

EDIT: I now see where it says out of stock on Musician's Friend, but it still says in stock at Guitar Center. Would it still be worth it to call back and try again?
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#35
on the phone gain and trying for $224 shipped
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on the phone gain and trying for $224 shipped
any luck?
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about 5 ft
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#38
how do you compare with this Yamaha YPG235
http://www.amazon.com/Yamaha-YPG-..._pr_sims_t
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#39
Thank you! You just helped me decide on this Piano. In 4 One!

Quote from HarryH3 View Post :
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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how do you compare with this Yamaha YPG235
http://www.amazon.com/Yamaha-YPG-..._pr_sims_t
This Casio has 88 keys like a real piano - this Yamaha is only 76 keys
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how do you compare with this Yamaha YPG235
http://www.amazon.com/Yamaha-YPG-..._pr_sims_t
First, casio cdp 120 has 88 keys, which it very important if you want to play some classic music. I don't know too much about the one in your link, but I can tell you cdp 120 feels okay when you play it. It's not a real piano but it is the closest thing you can get if you live in a small apartment. For $250, you will enjoy it.
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#42
How to I get extra 15% off at Musicianfriend.com ?
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#43
I had luck getting it price matched for a total of 228$ shipped to new york.
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I had luck getting it price matched for a total of 228$ shipped to new york.
Would you advice me how you did it? woot
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#45
For those who cannot afford it...

Go for William Allegro 88 for $199.99
http://www.guitarcenter.com/Willi...1551911.gc

My brother has had it for few months. It's GC(Guitar Center) brand. Little bit lighter key than Casio. Has 8 different voices compare to five voices in Casio, also 64 polyphony compare to 48 polyphony. However this one is really heavy, almost 60 pound. lol

Here is a good comparison review.
http://azpianonews.blogspot.com/2...gital.html
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