Casio LK190 61 Note Key Lighting Keyboard

$199.00

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Product Description

No matter who (or where) you are, Casio’s LK-190 portable keyboard opens up a whole world of music with 400 high-quality Tones, and 150 built-in Rhythms including the all-new Dance Music Mode. The 61 full-size keys feature Casio’s Key Lighting system and Step-Up Lessons, making it fun to learn , Whether you’re just starting out, or using batteries to write your next hit on a tour bus, the LK-190 delivers hundreds of Tones and Rhythms to jump-start your creativity. It’s a perfect introduction to music-making, and a great-sounding way to have fun.

The LK-190’s all-new Dance Music Mode lets you create and remix electronic dance music quickly and easily. Select from 50 styles of EDM, and use the lower keys to choose different variations of drum beats, bass lines, and synth parts. You can even add filter, flanger, gate, roll, low-fi, and other effects to polish your tracks.

MUSIC TO GO

The LK-190 lets you make music anywhere with battery power, or use the included AC adapter. It’s compact and lightweight, yet rugged and reliable. 

LEADING LIGHTS

 The LK-190 uses Casio’s Key Lighting System, which illuminates keys to indicate which notes to play. Combined with its intuitive Step-Up Lessons, the lighted keys makes it easy to learn the 60 built-in songs.

 ALL ABOUT SOUND

 With 400 high-quality Tones and 150 fun Rhythms, the LK-190 delivers a huge variety of musical exploration. You can listen via the built-in speakers, or connect headphones for quiet playing.

All new Casio keyboards and digital pianos 3 year warranty.

(Note: This is NOT a touch sensitive keyboard)

 

 

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Weight 20 kg

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