Make Beautiful Music this September


Celebrate National Piano Month with Casio’s Extensive Portfolio of Digital Pianos

DOVER, NJ, September 7, 2017 - Whether you are an accomplished musician or simply enjoy listening to your favorite songs on the radio, everyone can agree – the piano has played an integral role in music for centuries. The month of September is recognized as National Piano Month for this reason. Casio America, Inc., is encouraging consumers to partake in the celebrations by enjoying the piano with their electronic musical instruments, which includes models that have features and benefits for players of all skill levels.

“No matter your skill level or preferred musical genre, the piano is an instrument of versatility," said Stephen Schmidt, Vice President of Casio’s Electronic Musical Instruments Division. “We at Casio are proud to provide a variety of electronic musical instruments, so that any person wishing to celebrate and appreciate music, especially for National Piano Month, is able to do so."

Casio’s Key Lighting LK-265 and LK-190 keyboards are perfect for the beginner piano player, making learning easy and fun with their lighted 61-key piano keyboard. Go at your own pace to learn built-in songs, phase-by-phase, with Casio’s Voice Fingering Guide and Step-up Lesson System. With the LCD display, both music notation and correct hand positioning can be learned, while Casio’s innovative Scoring System evaluates performance so users can track their progress. Additionally, Casio’s Dance Music Mode adds a bit of creativity and entertainment to traditional piano play by enabling users to play and remix 50 dance tracks.

For the more seasoned piano player, Casio’s Privia PX-770 and PX-870 digital pianos offer 88-key Tri-Sensor Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard with simulated ebony and ivory textured keys to reproduce the touch feeling of an acoustic piano while the scaled weighted action keyboard provides the depth and integrity of an acoustic piano. They also offer improved grand piano tones with damper resonance, Concert Play with 10 songs, three pedals, USB MIDI, two-track recording for beginners and advanced musicians alike. The sleek, compact design makes Privia Digital Pianos extremely portable for those who need a grand piano experience everywhere they go.

Experienced professionals will appreciate the grand piano experience found in Casio’s CELVIANO GP-500 Grand Hybrid Digital Piano. Through a convergence of acoustic and digital technologies, the subtle nuisances of the world’s finest grand pianos are reproduced. The GP-500’s Grand Acoustic Sound System generates a space of three-dimensional sound and represents the sound of a grand piano as it emanates from above and below the soundboard. The GP-500 also includes Casio’s AiR Grand Sound Source, which faithfully recreates the same sound and reverberation like that of a grand piano. Additionally, an authentic grand piano feel can be found in the GP-500’s Natural Grand Hammer Action Keyboard.

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