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Casio's LK-260 makes learning to play the piano entertaining and fun. The lighted keys and Casio's Step up Lesson System provide instruction and assistance allowing you to gain experience and eventually play on your own. The LK-260 is much more than an instructional keyboard. It offers 61 piano-style lighted keys with touch response, a sound sampler with a built-in Microphone, 400 Tones, 150 Rhythms, 110 Songs, 5 Voice Pads, 48 Note Polyphony, USB MIDI, Step up Lesson System. The LK-260 has more than enough features to take you beyond the initial learning steps.
Change: Step Up Lesson System to Phrase by phrase the Step-Up Lesson system tutors the student utilizing four steps: (Listen, Watch, Remember, Auto) Separate phrases by Left hand, Right hand or both Keys light red to show student correct key and automatically shut off as student progresses.
High quality 48-Note Polyphony AHL Sound Source changed
Sound Sampler allows you to record any sound and integrate it into the rhythm. The built-in microphone makes it easy.
Aux input for connecting your MP3 player or other devices allowing you to enjoy the stereo speaker system.
USB MIDI port is ready for computers and even iOS devices without the need for drivers.
Casio - LK260 Music Keyboard with Lighted Keys is rated
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Rated 4 out of
Great teaching tool, okay keyboard, bad MIDI controllerI purchased this for myself somewhat on a whim while shopping for my nieces. I compose music in my spare time and was on the market for a 61-key keyboard, as my current collection consists of tiny midi controllers. This one fits the bill, but has its issues. I should start by saying this is a pretty poor MIDI controller, and if you're looking for something to produce with, this is not for you. I'm happy with my purchase, though. It's an invaluable teaching tool (probably second best to a tutor), which is why I bought it. Bulleted list of pros and cons: + Loud onboard speakers + External mic support, audio IN, pedal support!! + Looks fantastic. Probably Casio's most attractive keyboard + Pretty good sound quality with reverb effects + Lesson function (light lights!!) actually works very well in teaching all the songs. Also comes with a music stand and a songbook + If you run out of songs, use the USB connectivity to plug the Casio LK-260 into your computer and run a program like Synthesia, which actually SUPPORTS the Casio LK-260's light-up keys. That's right - unlimited lessons!! - Speakers digitally distort at loud volumes with certain Tones - Onboard Mic is rubbish. Shouldn't even be there. "Sampling" function is extremely rudimentary and frustrating to use - Using this as a midi controller on the computer, the onboard Tones play as you play. You have to manually navigate the UI to disable the sound output, as the volume fader's lowest value isn't silent. When you do this, though, the keys stop lighting up as you play - Keys all light up red (yes, only red), and the quality at which the keys light up is kind of poor. You can absolutely see that it's simply one LED under each key. For the price, though, maybe you shouldn't expect better - Songs in the songbank sound kind of cheesy and toyish. You will be reminded that this came from Toys R Us - No drivers for MIDI. It will automatically install on your computer as a generic MIDI keyboard All in all, this is the upper end of budget keyboards. The light-up keys seem like an obnoxious addon, but they will serve you VERY WELL if you're learning how to play keyboard.