-,Mode,Keyboard,Full,$66,CTK-1500AD,krutubechannel.com,Size,Piano Keyboard , Electronic Keyboards,Dance,Black/whit,with,Casio,/capped822522.html Casio CTK-1500AD Full Size Keyboard with Albuquerque Mall whit - Mode Dance Black $66 Casio CTK-1500AD Full Size Keyboard with Dance Mode - Black/whit Piano Keyboard Electronic Keyboards -,Mode,Keyboard,Full,$66,CTK-1500AD,krutubechannel.com,Size,Piano Keyboard , Electronic Keyboards,Dance,Black/whit,with,Casio,/capped822522.html Casio CTK-1500AD Full Size Keyboard with Albuquerque Mall whit - Mode Dance Black $66 Casio CTK-1500AD Full Size Keyboard with Dance Mode - Black/whit Piano Keyboard Electronic Keyboards
The best start in music!
With 120 sounds, 70 rhythms and 100 songs that you can learn to play along to, the CTK-1500 is ideal for the musicians of tomorrow. It's packed with features that help beginners learn to play and create music of their own.
The new Dance Music mode, unique to Casio keyboards, lets you become a DJ and create some amazing dance tracks.
A power adapter is included, or you can also use 6 AA batteries (sold separately). Weighing only 3.3kg, the CTK-1500 is great for music on the move too.
Dance Music Mode
Beginners of all ages can use the keys to control melodies, drum beats and effects to create dance music tracks straight away.
Easy To Use Lessons
The LCD screen and voice prompts help you to find the right notes and introduce the basics of music notation, encouraging correct musical skills from the start.
Piano Shaped Keys
Casio use a traditional piano-shaped key design, which provides the best introduction to keyboard playing.
Whatever style of music you like to play, the quality and versatility of the CTK-1500's tones and drum styles makes learning and playing music enjoyable.
A Huge Library of Sounds
Power Adapter Included
100 Songs Included
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|Number of Tones||120||122||400||400||400||400|
|Number of Rhythms||70 + 50 Dance Music Rhythms||61||77 + 50 Dance Music Rhythms||100 + 50 Dance Music Rhythms||77 + 50 Dance Music Rhythms||77 + 50 Dance Music Rhythms|
|Connectivity||Headphone Out||Headphone Out / USB to host||Headphone Out / Audio Input / Sustain Pedal / USB to host||Headphone Out / Audio Input / Sustain Pedal / USB to host||Headphone Out / Audio Input / Sustain Pedal / USB to host||Headphone Out / Audio Input / Microphone Input / Sustain Pedal / USB to host|
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