Casio CTK6000 61 Key Portable Keyboard Packages

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Product Description

All you need to fully discover the musician deep inside you, the Casio CTK6000 offers an extensive collection of tools for practice, composition and performance. With a long list of features as well as exceptional tones and sound quality from the high-output 2-way bass reflex sound system. The CTK6000 will bring your musical ideas to life.

Available in several packages, the Casio CTK6000 meets the needs of any aspiring musician or songwriter.

    Standard Package Includes:
    • CTK6000 Keyboard
    • Power Supply
    Premium Package Includes:
    • CTK6000 Keyboard
    • Power Supply
    • Headphones
    • Stand
    Learn to Play Package Includes:
    • CTK6000 Keyboard
    • Power Supply
    • Headphones
    • Stand
    • eMedia Piano Software
    • USB cable

Sequencer and 32 Channel Mixer
16 track song sequencer + 1 system track supports recording of up to 5 songs or approximately 30,000 notes. Choices of editing tools include event insert, copy and delete, quantize note locator and a step recording function. The mixer can be used in conjunction with instrument input feature.
Casio CTK6000 Features
  • 61-Key Musical Keyboard
  • 670 Tones/Programs
  • 48 Polyphony, 10 User Tones, 200 Rhythms
  • USB MIDI Class Compliant
  • Audio Input

Rhythm Editor
Allows you to combine instrumental parts from multiple built-in rhythms, turn individual instrumental portions on or off and adjust volume, pan reverb and other parameters to create your own personal rhythms. The rhythm editor can store up to 10 original rhythms in memory for recall at any time.

Multiple Digital Effects
A wide range of built-in effects include 10 reverbs, 5 choruses and 100 DSP types. You can create your own DSP effects and store up to 100 unique styles.

The CTK6000 can store 4 sets & 8 banks for a total of 32 set ups. The simplicity of the registration process makes it a great feature for live performances.

Tone Editor
Attack and release time, cut off, vibrato, reverb, chorus and DSP can be adjusted based on your preferences.

Product Specifications
Casio CTK6000 61 Key Workstation Keyboard Specifications
  • Keyboard: 61 Piano-style keys
  • Touch Response: 2 Sensitivity levels / Off
  • Sound Source: Dual-element AHL
  • Polyphony (max): 48
  • Tones: 670
  • User Tones: 10 tone editor
  • Built-in Rhythms: 200
  • User Rhythms: 10
  • Reverb: 10 Types
  • Chorus: 5 Types
  • DSP: 100 Preset / 100 User
  • Controllers:
    • Start / Stop
    • Intro
    • Normal / Fill-in
    • Variation / Fill-in
    • Synchro / Editing
  • Rhythm Editor: 10 User rhythms
  • Song Sequencer: 16 tracks + 1 system track
    • Supports up to 5 songs
    • Real time recording
    • Step recording
    • Song, track and event edit
  • Mixer: 32 Channels + ext in (mic)
  • Layer / Split: Yes
  • Registration Memory: 4 sets x 8 banks, 50 user presets
  • One Touch Presets: 200
  • Pitch Bend Wheel: 0 to 24 Semi-tomes
  • General MIDI Compatible: 16 Channel multi-timbre received, GM level 1
  • Display: Backlit LCD
  • Speakers with Bass Reflex System: Two 4.7 inch and Two 1.2 inch
  • Amplifier: 6 + 6 Watts
  • Line Out: L / Mono, R - Standard Jack
  • Mic In: Mono - Standard Jack
  • Audio In: Stereo - Mini jack
  • USB: Yes
  • Sustain Pedal: Standard Jack
  • Headphones: Stereo - Standard Jack
  • Power: 12V DC or six D cell batteries
  • AC Adaptor: AD-A12150 (Included)
  • Music Stand: Yes
  • Dimensions (LxWxH): 37.2 x 14.9 x 5.2 inches
  • Weight: 12.8 lbs

Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
Phone:  800-435-7732 Warranty:  1 Year
Overall Rating
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This is only a 12,000 note sequencer........not a 30,000 note sequencer....also the description for the wk6500 is only a 12,000 note sequencer.......great keyboard......I've compared these in music stores to roland and yamaha and though there were very slight tone differances you would have to be out of your mind to not buy the casio........for $1000 less the casio line is tearing apart the them for yourself........I used to be a hard core roland guy until I played one of these.
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