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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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#61
Quote from pmk0226 View Post :
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
That blog slams the Williams, and recommends the Casio.

Very interesting site, though. Lots of reviews and detail.
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Last edited by buzzy November 22, 2012 at 05:07 PM
#62
Quote from Zephyryj View Post :
Would you advice me how you did it? woot
I just called in and it went pretty smooth. However I still haven't' received an email invoice of my order...
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#63
Quote from lxmarcoxl View Post :
I just called in and it went pretty smooth. However I still haven't' received an email invoice of my order...
you ordered from wwbw?
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#64
Quote from MotorolaRazrHD View Post :
you ordered from wwbw?

yeah I did about 3 hours ago
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#65
Summary of Your Ordered Item(s)
Qty Description Price Subtotal
1.00 Casio CDP-120 88 Weighted-Key Digital Piano Regular H77046 03
$207.00 $207.00
1.00 MF Warranty NEW ADH WARRANTY REPAIR 200-300.99 Regular 2-YEAR 990301 702
$29.99 $29.99

Subtotal: $236.99
Sales Tax: $0.00
Shipping: $0.00
Misc Charges: $0.00
Discounts: $0.00
Total: $236.99
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#66
I called in and ordered from music123.com. Got it for $224.10. Received my order confirmation immediately via email.
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#67
Man I got it for $229 cuz I thought this was the lowest price. I should ask them for $207. Can I call them again and ask for a lower price lol?
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#68
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 have an earlier version of this keyboard and can second everything you said. The weighted keys are *very* realistic. If you play on these for any sustained period of time, you will never be able to go back to a nonweighted keyboard. I've used MIDI controllers and synthesizers that are substantially more expensive than this one, but the keys on them make them feel like toys. One advantage this one has over the one I bought a few years ago is native USB support. You can always get a USB to MIDI adapter, but these tend not to work very well (there is often a delay, for example, and the velocity is all wrong). For $250, even if you have to pay tax, this is an outstanding deal.

If you need a sustain pedal for it, I highly recommend this one. It's very weighty and substantial and is among the best-made products I've purchased that cost under $20:

http://www.amazon.com/M-Audio-US6...B00063678K
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nofunatall - which site did you purchase it from and how did you get it for $207?
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Quote from JBinIowa View Post :
nofunatall - which site did you purchase it from and how did you get it for $207?
I second that....For $207 id pull the trigger...
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#71
Quote from pmk0226 View Post :
For those who cannot afford it...

Go for William Allegro 88 for $199.99
http://www.guitarcenter.com/Willi...1551911.gc
Thanks for the review link. I also read some on Amazon. I decided to go for this one despite the keystoke note smoothness issue reported in most of those reviews. Simply no Jp brand allowed in my house. Tax sucks but offset by Discover 10% CB.
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#72
Quote from JohnnyHot View Post :
Guitar Center, Musicians Friend, and Music 123 are one and the same.
Are you sure? Musicians Friend claims for 150% pricematch. So the same company would, say that William at 300 at their store, if price match to their own Guitar Center at 200, then one only need to pay 150. EEK!
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Last edited by txslick November 22, 2012 at 06:57 PM
#73
Just called. Indeed 150% Pricematch. D#$%. Cancel the order or not?
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#74
Quote from nofunatall View Post :
Summary of Your Ordered Item(s)
Qty Description Price Subtotal
1.00 Casio CDP-120 88 Weighted-Key Digital Piano Regular H77046 03
$207.00 $207.00
1.00 MF Warranty NEW ADH WARRANTY REPAIR 200-300.99 Regular 2-YEAR 990301 702
$29.99 $29.99

Subtotal: $236.99
Sales Tax: $0.00
Shipping: $0.00
Misc Charges: $0.00
Discounts: $0.00
Total: $236.99
Where did you find this deal at?
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#75
Quote from txslick View Post :
Just called. Indeed 150% Pricematch. D#$%. Cancel the order or not?
I am finding $250 on Musician's Friend website: http://www.musiciansfriend.com/ke...ital-piano
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