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Casio 88 Key Digital Piano Bundle for $350 at Costco Shipping free

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Costco have Casio 88 Key Digital Piano Bundle for $350 after $100 Off.

I used the $25 Off the $250 costing me $325. YMMV

Features:
88 Scaled, Weighted Hammer-action Keys
700 Tones and 200 Rhythms
Six-track Recorder Plus Sampling Function
Step-Up Lesson System with 152 Easy-to-learn Songs
Includes AC Adapter, Music Rest, Sustain Pedal and Song Book

https://m.costco.com/Casio-88-Key...75017.html
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Yes, a good price for a budget digital piano with weighted keys and stand. The stand usually sells for around $100 by itself. Understand that the sound quality may not be as nice as higher end models but that's to be expected. I doubt you can find better deals that include the stand. I used to own a Casio cdp-120 and enjoyed it. Unfortunately I have tendinitis in my hands so can't play anymore.
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I was looking at this just yesterday in store. Same price. For $350, it's a very nice setup. They only cheap part were the pedals. I paid about as much for my CZ 230 back in the day.
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Where/how did you guys get the coupon? I received one in email in the past but has never happened again since.
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Yes, a good price for a budget digital piano with weighted keys and stand. The stand usually sells for around $100 by itself. Understand that the sound quality may not be as nice as higher end models but that's to be expected. I doubt you can find better deals that include the stand. I used to own a Casio cdp-120 and enjoyed it. Unfortunately I have tendinitis in my hands so can't play anymore.
Appreciate the info. Definitely is good on the budget and good point regarding the stand!
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I was looking at this just yesterday in store. Same price. For $350, it's a very nice setup. They only cheap part were the pedals. I paid about as much for my CZ 230 back in the day.
I'll try to swing by my local Costco and see if they have it on display.
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I got in on this piano a few days ago with $25 off coupon that basically saved me tax.

I'm no pro but in my opinion this is by far the best digital piano deal going for beginners and intermediate players that want extra sounds and rhythms to play along with. Plus aux input for your MP3 player and microphone input for sing along. If you're a real piano snob this obviously isn't for you - go spend 1-2k to simulate a real grand piano. But for everyone else this is perfect!
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Yes, a good price for a budget digital piano with weighted keys and stand. The stand usually sells for around $100 by itself. Understand that the sound quality may not be as nice as higher end models but that's to be expected. I doubt you can find better deals that include the stand. I used to own a Casio cdp-120 and enjoyed it. Unfortunately I have tendinitis in my hands so can't play anymore.
Have you ever went to a doctor or specialist (or several) for that? I had swelling in my extremities before but it was due to lack of exercise. I am 5'9 and only weigh 163# but I was very inactive for the better part of the day for a very long time. I was told that stretching and flexing my fingers and toes would help regain flexibility and I found that swelling disappeared (or was not visible) once I became active and started doing exercises.

I play guitar and piano and having hands not function is a no-go for me.
Good luck to you!
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How does this keyboard compare to the Korg B1 that's been on/off sales for a while?
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Have you ever went to a doctor or specialist (or several) for that? I had swelling in my extremities before but it was due to lack of exercise. I am 5'9 and only weigh 163# but I was very inactive for the better part of the day for a very long time. I was told that stretching and flexing my fingers and toes would help regain flexibility and I found that swelling disappeared (or was not visible) once I became active and started doing exercises.

I play guitar and piano and having hands not function is a no-go for me.
Good luck to you!
My doc suggested occupational therapy but I haven't tried it yet. My RSI came from being on the computer all day and our software requires a lot of clicking; I have switched fingers (for clicking), switched hands, now I use two touch pad and both hands to navigate the mouse. I wear an elbow and wrist strap at work and it does help. I do know about stretching exercises but I keep forgetting to do them Smilie

When work gets busy and my tendonitis flare up I ice it and take Ibuprofen. I have also gone gluten free, which actually makes a difference. I did try to play the piano a few years back when I had the cdp-120, but I couldn't do it without strapping my wrist up and still had little control over my fingers. I have come to terms that playing may not be possible but we do have a nice stereo and turntable and lots of vinyl LPs so I can still enjoy piano music that way.

Back to this piano - these budget piano usually comes with bad speakers that affect the sound. To really listen to it you can use a pair of earphones - do that if your Costo has one in display (and is plugged in). That will give you a better sense of how the piano sound. I hooked my cdp-120 up with a nice set of 2.1 computer speakers w/ sub woofer and it sounded much nicer.
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Backordered, but available for order again.

Great deal for $350, even better at $325.
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Backordered, but available for order again.

Great deal for $350, even better at $325.
Anyone know where I can get a coupon code?
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