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Casio Casiotone 61-Key Portable Keyboard EXPIRED

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Walmart has Casio Casiotone 61-Key Portable Keyboard (CT-S100) for $49. Shipping is free.

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Features:
  • The ultra-compact CT-S100 lets you make music wherever and whenever you want. Just pop in six AA batteries, grab the built-in carrying handle and take your inspiration to go. Casiotone keyboards even include power supply and music rest.
  • Explore 122 great sounding Tones and 61 Rhythms with full accompaniment, plus 4 types of reverb to add depth.
  • The CT-S100 features 61 full size keys and intuitive controls like the "My Setup" button, which quickly recalls your favorite sounds and settings.
  • Use the built-in speakers to share with friends, or plug in headphones for quiet play at any time. The 1/8″ audio input lets you play along with music from your favorite device.
  • You can play on your own, or enjoy the CT-S100's library of 60 built-in songs.
  • The class- compliant USB port connects to any Mac/PC/iOS/Android device with no drivers needed

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    • Rating of 4.8 from over 40 Walmart customer reviews.
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Looks like a great starter keyboard for your kids to discover they hate playing piano (LOL). Small and portable and most importantly.... has a headphone jack. No one should ever buy a full scale expensive keyboard/piano until they pass the $50 litmus test.
1st pic in OPs post is not the product. 2nd and 3rd are. 1st pic is a much nicer keyboard (well, maybe not MUCH nicer...), don't be fooled by the misleading pic.
When do you NOT need 88key:

Pop music, messing around, wet feet.

__ Even if the sheet music has notes written higher or lower, you can shift them within the range of the 61 key and it'll sound mostly OK.


When do you NEED 88key:

Classical music, Chopin, Beethoven, Mozart, etcc

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Dang. What a discount! In for 20!
*Edit after the edit- Original post said this thing was $88k. I guess I didn't need to buy 20 of them…
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Dang. What a discount! In for 20!
That's my 2 months salary and a year savings
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This keyboard really whips a snow leopard's arse.

Rock over London, Rock on, Chicago. Nationwide is on your side.
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Quote from ash78 :
This keyboard really whips a snow leopard's arse.

Rock over London, Rock on, Chicago. Nationwide is on your side.
RIP Wesley
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Last time there was a deal on Alesis Talent piano for $49 with keyboard, stand and bench people said it was not a good and complained that you don't want to learn on this. Looking at the reviews of this one, they are quite positive. Is this good to get for starting to learn? Mainly for kids to get into learning piano. And if they would be taking piano lessons, would they require full size piano to practice on?
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This looks very similar to a Casiotone that was at Costco a few weeks ago. Can anyone confirm?
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This would be a great $50 test to see if piano is for you. You do NOT need 88keys. By the time you want 88keys, you will be upgrading.


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Last time there was a deal on Alesis Talent piano for $49 with keyboard, stand and bench people said it was not a good and complained that you don't want to learn on this. Looking at the reviews of this one, they are quite positive. Is this good to get for starting to learn? Mainly for kids to get into learning piano. And if they would be taking piano lessons, would they require full size piano to practice on?
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Looks like a great starter keyboard for your kids to discover they hate playing piano (LOL). Small and portable and most importantly.... has a headphone jack. No one should ever buy a full scale expensive keyboard/piano until they pass the $50 litmus test.
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How does this compare to the Alesis deal from few weeks ago?
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Quote from ShrewdCreature8771 :
This looks very similar to a Casiotone that was at Costco a few weeks ago. Can anyone confirm?
This seems like an awesome deal for a decent keyboard. I bought the Costco Casio keyboard from Costco for my son at over $120, and this looks identical to that one besides maybe it doesn't come with an included music stand and some sample music...
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This seems like an awesome deal for a decent keyboard. I bought the Costco Casio keyboard from Costco for my son at over $120, and this looks identical to that one besides maybe it doesn't come with an included music stand and some sample music...
Actually, I think the Costco keyboard was the S-200, but there seems to be very few differences among the models. I found this compairson on BB that says perhaps the S100 isn't compatible with all external software ... I still would have bought this deal had it been avail.

https://blog.bestbuy.ca/musical-i...s-by-casio
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I bought the Walmart keyboard but realized my apartment is too small for a toy like these. I would categorize this as a toy as well, and probably not as good as the previous deal for learning: the previous deal included instructional time on websites.

Neither keyboard seems to be midi compatible. Neither has weighted keys or keys that would alter volume based upon how they were hit. Either of these would be good to generate sound effects or as a toy and both have full size keys. This keyboard says it is compatible via USB with other devices so if that makes it midi ready then it would be a better choice. But I would expect something to be midi compatible or to have weighted keys to not be a toy
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Quote from ShrewdCreature8771 :
This looks very similar to a Casiotone that was at Costco a few weeks ago. Can anyone confirm?
The Costco's one has a case, this one doesn't mention it.
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