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casio px 150 DPRG

Casio Privia PX-150 Review Casio has worked tough push forward the line of theirs of digital pianos, whether it’s the Privia series, or perhaps the series of exquisite Celviano pieces. While the Celviano series focuses more on the elegant experience and feel of an upright piano, the Privia series has centered on giving an extensive learning and playing experience for the serious pianist. With all sincerity, I’ve to admit that Casio is doing a fantastic job. Casio 150 The Casio Privia PX 150 is the next step up from the PX 130 in providing this experience. Their purpose would be…

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Casio CGP-700 Review

The Casio CGP 700 is a small Grand Piano which is packed with great features. It is also among the cheaper digital pianos on the market, selling at a MSRP of $800. It is also among the most versatile pianos you are able to buy in the $500 $thousand range. And since it is easily transportable, this particular piano is able to sit in the living room of yours, be carried up the stairs to the dorm room of yours, or perhaps be brought to public spaces in case you’ve to make a live performance. The CGP 700 presents a…

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Casio PX 160 Review

Today, we will be taking a closer look at the lightweight and inexpensive electronic piano coming from Casio PX 160.   Design The PX-160 is a really lightweight and lightweight electronic piano with eighty eight hammer-action keys. It weighs in at just 25.5 lbs excluding remain (sold separately). The breadth on the instrument is 52.0 inches, and that is very common for full range pianos. Among the slimmest 88 key digital pianos, the PX 160 is just 11.5 inches deep. So it’ll completely fit in a little room and can be actually placed holding a table.   The instrument may…

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